> FYI. from 11,000 year old Paleo-Indian sites at Okemo MT to St.
> Johnsbury's earliest marked cemetery:
> VERMONT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC.
> 2001 SPRING MEETING
> Saturday, April 7, 2001
> Billings Farm and Museum, Route 12 North, Woodstock
> 8:45-9:30 Registration
> 9:30-9:40 Welcome and Opening Remarks:
> Prudence Doherty (President, VAS)
> David Donath (Director, Billings Farm and Museum)
> 9:40-10:00 "State Archaeologist's Report"
> Giovanna Peebles (Vermont Division for Historic
> 10:00-10:30 "Recent Archaeological Investigations along Route 78,
> Swanton, Vermont"
> Ellen Cowie (UMaine-Farmington Archaeology Research Center)
> 10:30-10:45 COFFEE BREAK
> 10:45-11:15 "Paleoindians at Okemo and Elsewhere in Vermont"
> James Petersen (Department of Anthropology, University of
> 11:15-11:45 "Archaeological Evidence of Mortuary Behavior at the Old
> Buryal Ground,
> Saint Johnsbury, Vermont"
> Kathleen Kenny (Consulting Archaeology, University of
> 11:45-1:00 BUFFET LUNCH. Free time to tour Billings Museum
> 1:00-1:20 "Cultural Continuity in a Changing Landscape"
> Doug Frink and Allen Hathaway (Archaeology Consulting Team,
> 1:20-2:20 "Fifteen Years of Archaeology in Albany, New York"
> William Bouchard (Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc.)
> 2:20-3:00 "Recent Investigations at the Fort Vengeance Monument Site,
> Chris Borstel and Rob Jacoby (Louis Berger, Inc.)
> Registration for the meeting is $5 for VAS members and $10 for
> non-members; lunch is $10.
> Directions: Billings Farm and Museum is located on Route 12N one half
> mile north from the center of Woodstock.
> From I-89 south, take Exit 3 at Bethel, follow signs to Route 12, and take
> Route 12 south.
> From I-91 north, take Exit 9 at Hartland and proceed on Route 12 north.
> From I-91 south, get off at White River Jct. and take Route 4 west to
> Additional information: Scott Dillon, VDHP; telephone: (802) 828-3048; or
> e-mail sdillon @dca.state.vt.us
> Giovanna Peebles
> State Archeologist
> Division for Historic Preservation
> National Life Building, Drawer 20
> Montpelier, VT 05620-0501
> phone: (802) 828-3050
> FAX: (802) 828-3206
> email: [log in to unmask]
> FOR MORE INFORMATION:
> * * learn about the VT Division for Historic Preservation (SHPO office)
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