Sunday, December 08, 2019

New York Archaeology Conference

Erie Canal New York Archaeology Conference and Annual Meeting

First Call for Papers

104th Annual Meeting

April 24-26, 2020

New York State Archeological Association

Hosted by the Incorporated Orange County Chapter

The Orange County Chapter is excited to host next year’s annual meeting of the NYSAA. The meeting will take place in the scenic lower Hudson Valley at the Crowne Plaza Suffern-Mahwah ( 3 Executive Blvd., Suffern NY 10901). For hotel reservations contact the hotel by March 27, 2020 to receive group rate of $121/night.

tele: (845) 357-4800 website: www.cpsuffernhotel.com Group Code: SAA

The New York Archaeological Council will hold its annual meeting on Friday, April 24. The NYSAA business meeting will take place Friday evening, April 24. Paper and poster sessions will be held Saturday, April 25 and Sunday morning, April 26. The annual banquet and awards ceremony will take place Saturday evening, April 25. A book sale room will also be available on Saturday and Sunday.

 NYSAA Call for Papers 2020 (67.1 KiB)


CNEHA’s Annual Meeting at Lake George, NY

 November 7-10

Information about the Conference can be Found at the Conference website: https://cneha.org/conference.html

CONFERENCE PREREGISTRATION ENDS OCTOBER 7

Register by Ooctober 7th to ensure a room in the conference block. Register online through the CNEHA website or print out a registration form for mailing.

There are plenty of spaces remaining in each of the tours and workshops offered, and some tickets for the Saturday night banquet are still available!

Workshops & Tours

Workshop A – Metal Managed: Using X-Radiography to Assess and Identify Metal Archaeological Collections, 9am -12pm. Location: Albany Room. Presented by Sara Rivers-Cofield and Kerry Gonzalez.

Workshop B – Fill the Bowl Again: Alcohol and the Army 1768-1783, 1-3pm. Location: Albany Room.  Presented by Phil Dunning.

Tour 1 – The Great Warpath – Including Fort William Henry, Lake George Battlefield Park, General Philip Schuyler House, and Fort Edward/Rogers Island. 9am-5pm. Led by David Starbuck.

Tour 2 – The Heart of the Adirondacks – Including Tahawus, the Masten House, and Crown Point. 9am-5pm. Led by Charles Vandrei and David Staley.

Workshop C – The Student Career Path Workshop has been moved to Sunday morning from 9:30-11 and is open to all.

For additional information and questions please contact Michael Lucas at Michael.lucas@nysed.gov.

We hope you will join us!

Fort Henry Hotel CNEHA Conference

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