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NEARA members receive the twice-yearly NEARA Journal which presents a wide range of articles, letter and reviews.  Our newsletter, the NEARA Transit, is mailed around the equinoxes and keeps members updated on news and local chapter events of interest.

NEARA TransitMembers can access the extensive NEARA collection of books and journals from our library, located at 142 Main St, Nashua, New Hampshire.  Members may borrow the circulating material. 

Members also receive information about field trips and current events.  We host two weekend-long conferences and accompanying field trips each year, generally in late April and late October/early November.  These include field trips on Friday afternoon and Sunday mornings and presentations Friday evening and all day Saturday into the evening, with a longer keynote presentation after dinner.

To become a member of the New England Antiquities Research Association, you can either:

        - pay online at the NEARA Membership Drive web page, or

        - print the NEARA Dues renewal form for 2018-2019 and send it with a check payable to "NEARA" to:

NEARA Membership
Teresa Bierce
P.O. Box 37
Carmel, NY 10512 USA

Address membership questions to membership@neara.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEARA members reside in a half dozen foreign countries and more than half the states.

Many of these regions feature their own styles of indigenous ceremonial stone architecture.

These maps illustrate where our membership resides.

NEARA USA members        NEARA Northeast membership

 

 

NEARA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Donations are tax deductible. 

 

 

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