About Kerry Nelson

  • Website: http://www.curtinarchaeology.com or email
  • Biography: Kerry Nelson has been working in the field of cultural resource management since 1995. Her areas of interest include northeastern prehistoric archaeology, lithic analysis, prehistoric settlement patterns, historical and archaeological collections management and curation, historical archaeology, public history, and American history from contact through the twentieth century.

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Field Techs, Crew Chief Needed for Work in Coxsackie, Hudson Valley, New York, July 14-August 8, 2014

Posted by Kerry Nelson on June 30, 2014 in Archaeology, CRM |
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Curtin Archaeological Consulting, Inc. is seeking local temporary full-time field technicians as well as a crew chief for work on a Phase III archaeological data recovery project for four weeks, July 14-August 8, 2014.

The Phase III Data Recovery project is focused on two pre-contact period sites that have produced Early and Middle Archaic period projectile points (6,000-10,000 years old). The field crew will work closely with Ed Curtin, Ph.D., who is considered an expert on the Early and Middle Archaic periods in the Hudson valley. This is an important opportunity to learn more about these poorly understood periods.

The Crew Chief position pays $14.00-15.00 per hour, depending upon experience. The field technician positions pay $12.00-13.00 per hour, depending upon experience. Please email resumes, or if you have recently sent a resume, email a note about your interest and availability to jobs-at-curtinarchaeology.com.

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Upcoming Presentation on Archaeology in Albany’s South End

Posted by Kerry Nelson on February 17, 2014 in Archaeology, History |

Buffer  Join us this Wednesday, February 19, at the John A. Howe Branch of Albany Public Library, 105 Schuyler Street, Albany, for a presentation on recent archaeological investigations in Albany’s South End. Light refreshments will be provided at 6:00 p.m., and Edward Curtin will give a presentation followed by a Q&A session at 7:00 p.m. […]

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Pethick Site Open House July 1 & 2 in Central Bridge NY

Posted by Kerry Nelson on June 28, 2013 in Archaeology |

Buffer  Join New York State Archaeologist Dr. Christina Rieth and others for an open house at the Pethick Site! The Annual Pethick Archaeological Site Open House will be held Monday, July 1st, and Tuesday, July 2nd from 10am – 2pm on Smith Road in Central Bridge. The Pethick Site is in its ninth season of excavation as an […]

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Field Techs needed for Eastern New York Work Beginning 6/12

Posted by Kerry Nelson on June 6, 2013 in Archaeology |

Buffer  Curtin Archaeological Consulting, Inc. is seeking local temporary full time field technicians for 2+ weeks of work beginning 6/12. Projects are in Warren and Schoharie Counties, New York. Starting pay is $12 per hour.  Please email resumes, or if you’ve recently sent a resume, a note about your availability, to jobs-at-curtinarchaeology.com.      

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NY State Archaeologist to Speak on Archaeology in Ballston

Posted by Kerry Nelson on November 7, 2012 in Archaeology, History |

BufferNew York State Archaeologist, Christina Rieth will give a talk entitled “Lost to History: Archaeology for the Ballston Archaeology District” on Tuesday, November 13th at 7:00 p.m. at the Ballston Town Hall, Charlton Road, Ballston, New York.  The talk will trace the history of the community through it’s archaeological remains and historical documents to describe life […]

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Field Techs Needed for Cobleskill NY Work Beginning 8/20

Posted by Kerry Nelson on August 17, 2012 in Archaeology, CRM |

Curtin Archaeological Consulting, Inc. is seeking local field technicians for the week of 8/20 for a project in Cobleskill, New York. There is some potential for additional work beyond next week. Starting pay is $11 per hour. Please email resumes or, if you’ve recently sent a resume, a note about your availability to jobs-at-curtinarchaeology.com

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Field Techs Needed for Albany NY Work Beginning 8/13

Posted by Kerry Nelson on August 8, 2012 in Uncategorized |

Curtin Archaeological Consulting, Inc. is seeking local field technicians for the week of 8/13 for a project in Albany, New York. There is some potential for additional work beyond next week. Starting pay is $11 per hour. Please email resumes or, if you’ve recently sent a resume, a note about your availability to kerry-at-curtinarchaeology.com

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NYS Archaeological Association-Van Epps-Hartley Chapter Fall Meeting

Posted by Kerry Nelson on October 19, 2011 in Archaeology, History, Museums |

The Fall meeting of the Van Epps-Hartley Chapter of the NYSAA will be held Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 1:00 PM at the Mabee Farm’s new George E. Franchere Education Center, Route 5S, Rotterdam Junction. Guest Speaker The guest speaker will be noted author and historian, Shirley W. Dunn who will give a presentation entitled: “Mohicans on […]

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Archaeology and History Events Around the Capital Region and Beyond, Sept. 16-18

Posted by Kerry Nelson on September 16, 2011 in Archaeology, Artifacts, History, Museums |

Archaeology and history buffs in and around Eastern New York will have some tough choices to make this weekend.  Here’s a run down of events. Hat tip to New York History Blog for several of these. Our own Ed Curtin will be giving a talk entitled “The Missing 2000 Years: The Continuing Mystery of the […]

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The Missing 2000 Years: The Continuing Mystery of the Earliest Archaic in the Hudson Valley

Posted by Kerry Nelson on September 12, 2011 in Archaeology, Artifacts |

Ed Curtin of Curtin Archaeological Consulting Inc. and the Van Epps-Hartley Chapter, NYSAA will be giving a talk Friday, September 16, 2011 at 7:30 at the Mulberry House Senior Center, 62-70 West Main Street, Middletown, New York.  The talk, entitled:  “The Missing 2000 Years: The Continuing Mystery of the Earliest Archaic in the Hudson Valley” […]

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