Co-hosted by the ASNJ
October 27-30, 2011
Wyndom Hotel, Rt. 73
Mt. Laurel, NJ
Sunday, September 18, 2011
THE INC. ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTER, NYSAA
THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW JERSEY
THE NORTH JERSEY HIGHLANDS HISTORICAL SOCIETY
HIGHLANDS ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL CONFERENCE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2011
LAUTENBERG VISITORS CENTER, STERLING FOREST STATE PARK
114 OLD FORGE ROAD, TUXEDO, NY 10987
MORNING PROGRAM: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Meet at main parking lot of Ringwood State Park, 1304 Sloatsburg Road, Ringwood, NJ.
Guided tour of Ringwood Manor, NJ State Historic Site: “From Colonial Ironworks to the American Revolution to Victorian Estate” led by Sue Shutte, Resource Interpretor Specialist.
AFTERNOON PROGRAM: 1:00 TO 4:30 PM
At Lautenberg Center, Lower Level. Marie Mahler, NJHHS, presiding
1:00-1:25 “The Karl Quarry Site, Town of Wawayanda, Orange Co., NY.” Kevin Storms, Inc. O.C.C., NYSAA
1:25-1:50 “Chief Towaco.” Kate S. Ahmadi, Ph. D., Inc. O.C.C., NYSAA.
1:50-2:15 “Brotherton, NJ., The Ghettoization of New Jersey's Indian Reservation.”
Richard Walling, Independent Scholar.
2:15-2:40 “Lost Landscapes and Hidden Legacies: A Survey of Lithic Sites in the Hudson Valley, Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains.” Glenn Kreisberg, NEARA.
2:40-2:55 COFFEE BREAK
2:55-3:20 “Who Was Here First? A History of Rock Climbing in the North Jersey Highlands.” John Anderson, Partner w/CWE, Inc.
3:20-3:45 “David Johnson's Nature Studies in Ramapo, NY.” Geoff Welch, Curator, Harmony Hall.
3:45-4:10 “The Net Men and the Anglers. A Case Study in the Conflicts over Recreational and Commercial Fishing.” Kevin Olsen, Montclair State University.
4:10-4:30 BOOK ROOM
Program Chair: Edward J. Lenik, R.P.A., INC. O.C.C., NYSAA, ASNJ & NJHHS
Meeting Facilities courtesy of Sterling Forest State Park, Jeff Hutchinson, Park Manager.