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Ever want to know more about the "Stuff" that we see when out hiking in the woods?

Here is one place to learn more about our area's heritage.





will be held on Saturday, October 28, 2006 at the

Lautenburg Visitor Center, Sterling Forest State Park

115 Old Forge Road, Tuxedo, New York


The North Jersey Highlands Historical Society & The Inc. Orange County Chapter, New York State Archaeological Association are hosting this annual conference. Nestled in the heart of the forest, the beautiful Lautenburg Visitors Center overlooks Sterling Lake. The Center contains several wonderful exhibits relating to the iron history and natural history of Sterling Forest.


Researchers and enthusiasts, professional and avocational, are invited to speak at Saturday’s conference. Presentations on historic or Native American topics should be twenty-five minutes long and may be illustrated with slide or other graphic materials. Both carousel slide and PowerPoint projectors are available.


Kindly submit a title and abstract to Edward J. Lenik, Program Chair, via email at edlenik@hotmail.com or snail mail at Edward J. Lenik at 100 Deerfield Road, Wayne, NJ 97470-6414.


Questions? Call Ed Lenik at 973-835-0770 between 9AM and 4PM Monday through Friday.


REGISTRATION: The conference is free and open to the public. No registration is necessary.


BOOKROOM: Books on historical and Native American topics will be available for sale.

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