100 years ago, early in the morning of March 29, 1911, a great fire destroyed much of the New York State Capitol building, including most of the holdings of the New York State Library, as well as much of the large archaeological and ethnological collections that were on display on the building’s fourth floor
Kindle Are you tired of being inside yet? Put on your warm clothes and waterproof boots and come join us! The Iroquois Indian Museum in Howes Cave, NY announces the 2nd Annual Early Technology Day on Saturday April 30 from 10 am to 4 pm. Please join us for flint knapping demonstrations, atl-atl shoot with […]
Over the last few days, data on discoveries made in California’s Channel Islands by teams led by archaeologists Jon Erlandson and Torben Rick have been brought to wide circulation among archaeologists, other scientists, and the internet-reading public. These discoveries are fascinating because (1) they are associated with very early cultures, reported to be 11,200-12,200 years […]
Buffer A new exhibition entitled “Pompeii The Exhibit: Life and Death in the Shadow of Vesuvius” opens today at Discovery Times Square in New York.