Thursday, February 7, 2008

2008 Algonquians Peoples Seminar

New York State Museum
Madison Avenue, Albany New York
March 22, 2008

8:45 - 9:10   Registration
9:10 – 9:20   Welcome & Board Introduction     Mariann Mantzouris, Steve Comer, & Rich Walling
9:20 – 9:50 Thanksgiving Address and Words of Wisdom by Tom Porter
9:55 – 10:15   Tom Lake - First Nations, Last Elephants: Native People Come to the Hudson Valley
10:20 – 10:40   Lucille Lewis Johnson – Prehistoric Habitation of the Hudson Valley: Recent Research and Prospects
10:40 – 11:00   Break
11:05 – 11:25   Christopher Lindner & Susan Hinkle - Old Roots Producing Hybrid Shoots
11:30 – 11:50   Ron Welburn  -The Platos: A Long Island Algonquian Extended Family and Its 19 Century New England Circles
11:55 – 12:15   Daniel E. Mazeau – Prehistoric  Settlement  Along the Nissequogue River System in Central Long Island, New York
12:15 -1:15   Lunch (on your own -Subway Deli is located on the 4th floor)
1:15 – 1:35   Barry Keegan-Informal talk on dugout and other canoes
1:40 – 2:00 David Cornelius – Native Genealogy
2:05 – 3:15 Susan-Allette Dublin – Drams Along the Mohicanituk
3:15 – 3:30   Break
3:35 – 3:55   Susan M. Taffe – The Delaware Stick Dance: An Adopted Haudenosaunee Social Dance Song
3:40 – 4:15 Richie Plass - Traditional and Contemporary Native American Music
 4:15 – 6:00 Buffet and Social Hour-Buffalo Stew, Turkey, Algonquian Three Sister Rice, Wild Mushroom Side, Algonquian Three-Bean Bake, and Pumpkin Pudding for dessert~ 
2008 Algonquians Peoples Seminar Registration Form
New York State Museum    March 22, 2008
Phone  (       )__________- _____________E-Mail______________________________________
Early Registration pre-paid by Feb. 15, 08  Seminar & Buffet   $35.00  Number Attending_____
Seminar & Buffet after Feb, 15, 08                Seminar & Buffet   $40.00  Number Attending____ 
NAIHRV Members                                              Seminar & Buffet  $30.00  Number Attending____
Student with School ID                                      Seminar Only         $20.00  Number Attending____
Student with School ID                                      Seminar & Buffet   $30.00 Number Attending____
Please make payment out to NAIHRV       Mail completed form and payment to:
Mariann Mantzouris
PO Box 327
Sand Lake, NY 12153
For questions email Mariann Mantzouris, Seminar Chairwoman at or call 518-369-8116
The New York State Museum is housed in the Cultural Education Center in Albany, New York. The Cultural Education Center (CEC) is at the south end of the Empire State Plaza, across Madison Avenue (Route 20) from the Plaza (at the opposite end from the Capitol). 
 (518) 474-5877 Directions- by the NYS Museum Google Maps
From the East: Take I-90 West to I-787 South to exit 3B to US 20 West. Continue on US 20 West (Madison Avenue) to the CEC.  
From From the South: Take Thruway Exit 23 to I-787 North to Exit 4 to US 20 West. Continue on US 20 West (Madison Avenue) to the CEC.                                                                                                                                                                                       
From the West:  Take Thruway Exit24toI-90East to I-787 South to exit 3B to US 20 West. Continue on US 20 West (Madison Avenue) to the CEC.                                                                                                                                                               
From the North: Take the Northway (I-87) or Route 9 to I-90 East to I-787 South to exit 3B to US 20 West. Continue on US 20 West (Madison Avenue) to the CEC.                                                                                                                                                                Alternate Approach from I-787
Follow Empire State Plaza signs, proceed straight under the Plaza, then bear left to loop back under the Plaza. Use one of the underground parking lots or take the P1 exit and go through the arch to Madison Avenue.
 Parking is available, free on weekends, in the two lots adjacent to the Museum, on Madison Ave.            

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