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Update from the CNEHA Subcommittee for Collaborative Preservation

CNEHA members may be interested in the Society for American Archaeology’s new Archaeologist-Collector Collaboration Interest Group (ACCIG), currently chaired by Bonnie Pitblado of the University of Oklahoma. The new group was created to promote positive relationships among stakeholders who share a passion for the past, including but not limited to professional archaeologists and responsible artifact […]

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Coalition for American Heritage Letter Opposing changes to protections for Bears Ear National Monument

As a member of the Coalition for American Heritage, CNEHA recently signed on to a letter urging the House National Resources Committee to oppose changes to protections for the Bear’s Ear National Monument under the proposed bill, H.R. 4532. Thirty-one organizations and Tribal Nations signed the letter. A copy is attached. Here is a link […]

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CNEHA Annual Meeting Minutes

2017 Business Meeting Minutes CNEHA business meeting minutes from last year’s CNEHA conference business meeting.   2016 Fall Business Meeting Minutes CNEHA ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING MINUTES Sunday, October 9, 2016 Ottawa City Hall, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Karen Metheny called the meeting to order at 7:38 AM and asked for a motion to approve the minutes […]

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CNEHA Founding Member Passing

It is with sadness we report the passing of one of the founders of the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology. Mr. Wallace (Wally) Workmaster passed away in earlier this year at the age of 82. Mr. Workmaster was one of the founding members of the Council and served as its first chair from 1974 to […]

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International Archaeology Day & 2015 Conference

Conference Abstracts The conference abstracts are now available for download.  2015 Conference Program Abstracts CNEHA Executive Board Election Paper ballots for the 2015 CNEHA Executive Board election have been sent to all members for whom we do not have email. Notification of online voting will be sent to all other members shortly. International Archaeology Day […]

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Call for Papers 2015

The theme for this year’s conference, Recover, Restore and Remember, is a phrase designed to capture Fredericksburg’s history as a crossroads during numerous significant events in American history, most notably the Civil War. Individual papers and sessions, as well as posters, on this and other themes related to historical archaeology are welcome. The deadline for abstract […]

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