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  • Exploring African American Contexts in New York Archaeology Contrary to popular belief, the percentage of slave holding households was higher in New York than many places in the south. Unlike the plantation economies to the south, enslaved people in the north rarely lived in clusters of separate quarters. Most often
  • The September 8th, 2022, Monthly Meeting will be in person at 7:30 PM, but they are also experimenting with making the talk available remotely via ZOOM. If you are not a member and want to attend via ZOOM send a request to James Keron (jrkeron@yahoo.com) for a link to the
  • NYAC will host the fall meeting on October 1, 2022 at the New York State Museum in the Huxley Theater. The general business meeting will be from 12:45-1:45 and the program from 2-4:30. Details are provided available for download below. 2022 NYAC Fall Meeting Notice (100.3 KiB)
  • June 18-19 and June 25-26 Public Archaeology Excavation Event at the Knickerbocker Mansion, Schaghticoke, New York. See flyer for more information or contact vsjames17@gmail.com. The Knickerbocker Historical Society has graciously approved a public archaeology excavation to locate a home built on the property possibly as early as 1707, prior to
  • You are invited to a Zoom presentation by the New York State Archaeological Association: New Perspectives on Dutch Trade in New Netherland   A Virtual Symposium   Sponsored by the New York State Archaeological Association    Wednesday, April 27, 2022, at 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Here is
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