Monday, March 31, 2014

May meeting

Saturday, May 17, 2014
Archaeological Society of NJ meeting


Board meeting and program will be held in the Croft Farm Arts Center, 100 Borton's Mill Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034http://www.chtownship.com/government/departments/recreation/croft.asp

10:00am    Walking Tour of Historic Colestown Cemetery with noted Camden County        Historian Paul Schopp

Meet at the National Register-listed Colestown Cemetery Gatehouse built by Charles Wilson in 1858 (at the intersection of Church Road and Kings Highway, Cherry Hill) The gatehouse structure is all that remains of the village of Colestown and once shared the site with St Mary's Church c. 1751, which burned in 1899.  Parking in small lot and along entry drives.


11:00-12:00:​ Board Meeting
12:00-12:45:​ Lunch (on your own)
1:00-1:15​: Opening Remarks and President’s ​​Welcome

Lecture Series
1:15-1:45:​The Barclay Farmstead Collection. Presented by Sevrie Corson

1:45-2:15:​Prehistory of the Patcong Creek, Atlantic County, NJ. Presented by Sandra Bierbrauer (Richard Stockton College of New Jersey)

2:15-2:45:​ Break 

2:45-3:15: ​An Unusual Paleo-Indian Cache Find in Eastern Pennsylvania.
Presented by Jack Cresson​

3:15-3:45:​Submerged Islands in the Delaware Bay: A Potential Resource for Pre-Clovis Evidence. Presented by Tony Bonfiglio  

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Upcoming Events!

May 10 Spirit of the Jerseys History Fair
May 17 ASNJ meeting Cherry Hill, tour of the Colestown Cemetery
June 28 Volunteer Day at Monmouth Field School

Thursday, January 23, 2014

ASNJ Board Election Results

Thank you to everyone who attended Saturday's meeting, please visit the board page to view our 2014 ASNJ Election Results!






Wednesday, December 4, 2013

ASNJ January 18 meeting at the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton


11:00-12:00 (TOUR) A Stroll Along the D&R Canal Tour with Bob Barth, ASNJ member and former president of the NJ Canal Society. Meet at the NJSM front door.


PRESENTATIONS (1:00 PM)
Presidents Welcome/Brief Reports
Elections
Awards
Memorial-Deb Fimbel, Presented by Liza Davis

Break 1:45-2:00

• “Ethnoarchaeology in the Amazon,” Peter Siegel, Montclair State University

• “The Archaeology of Depue Island,” R. Michael Stewart, Temple University

• “The Abbott Farm National Historic Landmark: An Interpretive Plan and an Interpretive Center,” Richard Hunter, Hunter Research

• “Petty’s Run of Trenton: 300 Years of Change in an Urban Landscape,” Ian Burrow, Hunter Research


Free Event, Free Parking 
for directions see NJ State Museum

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Debbie Fimbel

With great sorrow, I have to report that Archaeological Society of New Jersey member and friend to New Jersey Archaeology, retired SHPO archaeologist Debbie Fimbel passed away suddenly on Nov. 1. She was a lovely and kind person with a twinkle in her eye but who was passionate about protecting NJ's archaeological sites.

http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/index.ssf/2013/11/obituary_deborah_rinker_fimbel.html

Saturday, August 31, 2013

ASNJ Meeting, October 19 at Feltville/The Deserted Village

OCTOBER MEETING (October 19, 2013)
WATCHUNG RESERVATION, FELTVILLE/THE DESERTED VILLAGE

10:00-12:00  Walking Tour of Feltville/The Deserted Village led by Archaeologist Matt Tomaso

12:00-12:45   Lunch and Board Meeting (Maskers Barn) Bring Your Own Lunch

1:00 Opening Remarks and President’s Welcome

Lecture Series

1:15-1:45:  “How Different World-views Constructed the History of a Little Village in Union County: Archaeology and Community Identity at Feltville/Glenside Park.” Presented by Matt Tomaso (PS&S Consulting)

1:45-2:15:  Discovering 19th Century Lifeways in Rahway, New Jersey: The Peace Tavern – Woodruff House Site (28-Un-42). Presented by Brock Giordano (Dewberry Consulting)

2:15-2:45:   New Jersey Becoming the Garden State: Archaeological Evidence for Late 19th Century Foodways in Union County. Presented by Adam Heinrich (Monmouth University)

2:45-3:15:  Reexamining the South Beach Site on Staten Island:  Home of a Dutch Patroon or his Lenape Neighbors?  Presented by Rich Veit (Monmouth University)


Saturday, June 8, 2013

The weather cleared so today's dig at White Hill is on.

Rich Veit