Annual Conference & Meeting
CNEHA 2014 meeting
This year’s meeting of the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology,
took place from November 7-9th at the Ocean Place Hotel and Resort
in Long Branch, New Jersey. The conference theme, in keeping with the
350th anniversary of New Jersey, is Innovation, Diversity, and Liberty.
There are will be over 90 individual paper presentations. Workshops
on early American glass and blacksmithing for archaeologists are being
offered as are tours to Monmouth Battlefield State Park, Joseph Bonaparte's
Point Breeze, Timbuctoo, and Raritan Landing. The Raritan Landing tour
is linked with a virtual reconstructions in archaeology workshops. Allaire
State Park, a 19th-century iron making community, which is hosting our
blacksmithing workshop will also be open for self-guided tours.
Our conference hotel is the Ocean Place Resort. You can use the Ocean
Place Hotel Group Rate Link to ensure the group rate pricing of $129,
the resort fee is waived with the group rate. For a direct line to the
hotel, for attendees who would rather call, 732-571-5764. Be sure to
There will also be displays of artifacts from local excavations. Our
reception will be held in beautiful Rechnitz Hall on the campus of Monmouth
University. Robert Hunter, Editor of Ceramics in America will be our
banquet speaker on Saturday night, and is presenting a talk titled,
“Why Ceramics.” There will also be a student paper competition and our
usual raffle of archaeology themed items at our Sunday business meeting.
Come join us at the Jersey shore for CNEHA 2014. The preliminary program
and registration form are available as links the column on the left
side of this web page.
For information, please contact the Conference Co-Chairs, Richard Veit
(email@example.com) or Edward Morin (firstname.lastname@example.org).