Fall 2023 Conference
The theme for the conference was: NEARA’s Research, Past, Present, and Future.
View the program at NEARA 2023 Fall Conference Program.
Retrospective Archaeoastronomy at King Philip's Rock Site, Sharon MA, Fred Martin
News and NEARA Activities from the States, NEARA Chapter Coordinators
Boosting Our Involvement and Understanding of NEARA's Publications, Research, Conference, and Nominating Committees, NEARA Committee Chairs
Historical Research, Archaeology, Reconstruction of Acton MA Stone Chamber, Craig Chartier
Archaeology From the Desktop -- Digging for Clues about New England Stone Structures with Online Resources, Donna Thompson
Recent Research and New Perspectives on the Gungywamp Site, Kevin McBride
We Hold These Truths to be Self-Evident: Assumptions, Conjectures, Facts, and Fallacies in the Debate About Stone Structures, Peter Anick
Latest OSL Dates for New England Stone Sites from the Feathers Lab, Dr. James Feathers
Conclusions from an OSL dating study of two New Hampshire stone sites, Walter van Roggen
Recognition of George Krusen, Walter van Roggen
Eastern Woodlands Culture and Traditions -- Rooted in Truths,
Andre StrongBearHeart Gaines-Roberson Jr. and Kimberly Toney, Member of the Hassanamisco Band of Nipmuc.
Three field trips will be held on Friday and three on Sunday.
- Acton Stone Chamber, Acton MA, Bettina Abe
- Holliston MA, part 1, Joanne Hulbert
- Upton Stone Chamber, Upton, and Grafton MA, Peter Anick
- Some George Krusen Sites, Boxborough MA, Walter van Roggen
- Holliston MA, part 2, Joanne Hulbert
- Berlin MA, Mike Luoma