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NYSAA Spring 2021 Lecture Series begins February 17 with Dr. Jennifer Birch of the University of Georgia

NYSAA Spring 2021 Lecture Series. Dr. Jennifer Birch of the University of Georgia will present a Zoom lecture February 17 at 7 PM:  Dating Iroquoia: Radiocarbon chronology–building and relational histories of coalescence, conflict, and confederacy–formation for Huron–Wendat and Haudenosaunee ancestors. The Houghton Chapter has organized a zoom lecture series for the coming year. These lectures are […]

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CNEHA June Newsletter

If you have any new information to share about Historical Archaeology projects in New York State please write a brief summary and I will get it into the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology Newsletter. Please email copy to Michael.lucas@nysed.gov. The general guidelines are below and the current deadline for submissions is Friday May 22th. This […]

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ACHP Training Webinars

The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is offering free training webinars.  If interested, click the links below. e-Learning Course Overview The ACHP now offers online courses on Section 106 topics. Each course offers self-paced interactive presentations and downloadable reference documents. Courses of 30 minutes or more offer a certificate of completion and incorporate knowledge checks […]

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New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission

We recently launched two new webpages at the New York City Archaeological Repository (http://archaeology.cityofnewyork.us/).  The Seneca Village webpage presents information and artifacts from the excavations of a mid-19th century African American community whose land and houses were taken through eminent domain by New York City for the creation of Central Park.  The Seneca Village Unearthed webpage […]

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