Save the date! October 16th NYAC will host a Zoom fall meeting. Details to come soon.
Recent Research on Northern Iroquoian Agriculture It is well known that Iroquoian people were highly dependent on maize-based agriculture for subsistence. In this presentation I will review the results of recent research on carbon and nitrogen isotopes that provide new information on how Iroquoian farmers in New York and Ontario maintained the fertility of agricultural […]
Everyone, Please see the attached ballot and candidate statements for the 2021 NYAC Board election. Only full and graduate student members in good standing may vote. As a reminder, this election is for 4 at-large seats. Please vote for no more than 4 individuals. Please either return the ballot to me as physical mail or […]
This month, on Wednesday March 17th at 7 pm, we are happy to have Dr. Joe Stahlman, Director of the Seneca Nation’s Seneca-Iroquois National Museum-Onöhsagwë:de’ Culture Center presenting his talk “New York State Burial Laws.” Here is the link to Joe Stahlman’s to the registration for the talk. Once you are registered, the zoom link […]
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 […]