A Guide to the archaeological collections of the New York State Museum

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University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., New York State Museum, Division of Research and Collections , Albany, N.Y
New York State Museum -- Archaeological collections -- Guidebooks., Archaeological museums and collections -- Guidebooks., New York (State) -- Antiquities -- Guideb
Other titlesArchaeological collections of the New York State Museum.
Statementcompiled by Lynne P. Sullivan ... [et al.].
SeriesNew York State Museum circular -- 53, Circular (New York State Museum) -- 53.
ContributionsSullivan, Lynne P., New York State Museum. Division of Research and Collections
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 96 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22241331M

Guide to the archaeological collections of A Guide to the archaeological collections of the New York State Museum book New York State Museum.

Albany, N.Y.: University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., New York State Museum, Division of Research and Collections, [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors.

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The focus of the Archaeology Department is using archaeological remains to interpret the nature and results of human activity in and around New York State, as well as activities in other regions that had an impact on people living in New York. Archaeological research at what would become the New York State Museum began inwhen the Board of Regents expanded the State.

The Archaeology of New York State Paperback – July 1, by William A. Ritchie (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings4/4(3). Historical Archaeology is a multidisciplinary field combining written historical records with archaeological data to study the past since the fifteenth century.

North American historical archaeology begins with European colonization and aims to understand the development of the modern world within a variety of local contexts. New York contains a wide range of historical. The New York State Museum is a research-backed institution in Albany, New York, United is located on Madison Avenue, attached to the south side of the Empire State Plaza, facing onto the plaza and towards the New York State museum houses art, artifacts (prehistoric and historic), and ecofacts that reflect New York’s cultural, natural, and geological Location: Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York.

New York is packed with hundreds of museums - from classic landmarks like the Guggenheim and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, to more cutting-edge gems like the New Museum and the MoMA PS1 - so whatever type of history, culture or art you enjoy, you're bound to find something to delight your senses from among New York's many institutions.

Annual report of the Regents by New York State Museum (); An Annotated catalog of the Pyrenomycetes described by Charles H. Peck by Margaret E Barr (Book); Guide to the mineralogic collections of the New York State Museum by Herbert P Whitlock (Book).

The archeological history of New York by Parker, Arthur Caswell, Publication date [?] Topics Iroquois Indians -- Antiquities, New York (State) -- Antiquities Publisher Albany, The University of the State of New York Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor IN COLLECTIONS.

California Digital Library. Archaeology of New York State Hardcover – June 1, by William A. Ritchie (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings4/4(3). Metropolitan Museum. Top NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center.

Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "A guide to the study of the geological collections of. Archaeological Quizzes. Come and test your archaeological knowledge. We have quizzes of varying degrees of difficulty available for teachers, students, and archaeology aficionados alike.

View page; Browse our Collections. They include hundreds of thousands of artifacts found throughout New York City. View page. The Guide to the Archival Collections contains descriptions of the scope and content of all the catalogued archival collections in the Missouri History Museum Archives (located at the Library and Research Center, South Skinker, St.

Louis).File Size: 1MB. Archaeological APE by multiplying the acreage by 16 shovel tests per acre. iii. Identifying the various environmental zones within the Archaeological APE following Robert E. Funk’s work, Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State (Chapter 5).

Size: 28KB. The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP/SHPO) adopted these standards and uses them as their guidelines for submission. NYAC has continued to consider and develop standards for more specific aspects of archaeological research, including urban, deep testing and underwater standards.

This list of museums in New York is a list of museums, defined for this context as institutions (including nonprofit organizations, government entities, and private businesses) that collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest and make their collections or related exhibits available for public viewing.

Museums that exist only in cyberspace (i.e. This project contains reports generated as part of archaeological investigations for PIN In April ofthe Public Archaeology Facility (PAF) through the Research Foundation of the State University of New York at Binghamton contracted with the State Education Department of New York to perform Paragraph 3 and 4 cultural resource.

Advanced Search - Collections The Advanced Search fields below offer visitors the ability to search for detailed information and media within the Collections Catalog of records.

A variety of options are available, including searching by keywords, subjects, media types, library call numbers, or multiple categories. At the Rochester Museum, he helped build archaeological collections and promote archaeological research of the Genesee region.

There are now 16 regional chapters of the Association throughout New York State, including the original Lewis Henry Morgan Chapter. The most complete account of ancient man in the New York area ever published in one volume, this book traces a rich, year story of human prehistory.

Beginning with the first known inhabitants, Paleo-Indian hunters who lived approximately B.C., the author gives a detailed chronological Author: William A.

Ritchie. New York State Archaeological Association Webpage __ "The NYSAA is a non-profit organization composed of people interested in various phases of archaeology in New York State. Founded in and chartered in by the Board of Regents of the State of New York, NYSAA is a nonprofit organization composed of 15 chapters and a world-wide.

Buy New York State Museum by John M Clarke online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 6 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ These artifacts, some of the oldest in the collections kept by The State Museum’s Section of Archaeology, hail from a site that made a significant contribution to our understanding of past cultural behavior in the Eastern United Continue reading ‘Dauphin County projectile point collection dates to the Ice Age’».

Collections: Natural Science Collection Archaeology. The Archaeology Collection contains o specimens, almost all of them collected on Staten Island. The vast majority are stone artifacts, such as projectile points, grooved axes, netsinkers, hammerstones, celts, and.

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Since its establishment in as the New York State Geological and Natural history Survey, the State Museum collections and staff research have provided the basis for its services to the public. On behalf of the people of New York State, the Museum. In content, the book is pretty much what it says: an encyclopedic art museum between covers, with “permanent” holdings of some 3, crème-de-la-crème objects appropriated from collections.

The table below is a list of the New York State Museum Handbooks. The Museum Handbook series began with Handbook number 1 () and ends with Handbook 19 (). Handbook 14 was reissued in Some of the titles on the list have been digitized by the New York State Library from volumes in the Library's collection.

For an inspirational visit, go to The New York State Museum, it contains a diverse selection of artifacts and exhibits representing many facets of the wonderful state of New York.

You will find exhibitions from the Civil War, a memorial ofarchaeological collections and lots of history. The Culin Archival Collection documents the life and work of ethnologist and museum curator Stewart Culin (); his role in developing the collections of the Department of Ethnology at the Brooklyn Museum (now the Brooklyn Museum of Art); his efforts to present the collections to the public through exhibitions, installations, and public.

The New York State Library began digitizing New York State government documents in Today the State Library's Digital Collections includes a substantial number of New York State publications, both contemporary materials from to the present and selected State publications from earlier years.

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But beginning inthe Museum of the City of New York‘s archaeological team started excavating for the South Ferry Terminal Project. Those. The Museum holds approximatelyobjects in its collection, and while many of them are used in support of our special exhibitions, not all of them can be on view at once.

You may also explore nearlyobjects from our collections, now available as part of our ongoing digitization project. From the bustle and excitement of one of the world’s largest cities, to the quiet towns, kid-friendly resorts, and seasonal foliage of upstate New York to the beaches of Long Island, the state has something for s, historic houses, botanical gardens, art galleries, forts, and stately churches attract history and horticulture lovers.

His earlier book, From Nineveh to New York: the Strange Story of the Assyrian Reliefs in the Metropolitan Museum and the Hidden Masterpiece at Canford School (New Haven, ), also helped bring to the attention of a wide audience the hidden mechanisms and deleterious effects of the antiquities trade.

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