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Archaeology & Cemetery Workshops at Drew University
Historic Preservation Blog from PreservationDirectory.com - Drew University Continuing Education, Archaeology and Historic Buildings, New Jersey, Historic Cemetery, Interpreting and Preserving Cemeteries
Contributed By: Patricia Laprey, Director of Continuing Education and Special Programs
Email The Author: plaprey@drew.edu
Website: http://www.drew.edu/cue/preservation.aspx

Don’t miss out on two exciting NEW workshops being offered this fall through Drew’s Historic Preservation program!

ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC BUILDINGS
Saturday, October 4, 2008
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
$115 (includes lunch)
Registration form: http://www.drew.edu/uploadedFiles/Continuing_Education/Professional_Certificates/Historic_Preservation/Registration%20form.pdf

Archeological resources are an integral part of NJ’s history and they add a whole new and exciting dimension to historic preservation. Taught by Ian Burrow, a professional archaeologist and Marilou Ehrler, a historic preservation architect, this workshop will introduce what archeology is and why it is an important tool for managing, understanding and interpreting our built structures. Participants will take an afternoon visit to the Jacobus Vanderveer House in Bedminster as a case study.


INTERPRETING AND PRESERVING NJ’S HISTORIC CEMETERIES
Saturday, November 1, 2008
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
$115 (includes lunch)
Registration form: http://www.drew.edu/uploadedFiles/Continuing_Education/Professional_Certificates/Historic_Preservation/Registration%20form.pdf

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to tour some of NJ’s historically and culturally significant cemeteries with Richard Veit and Mark Nonestied, authors of “New Jersey Cemeteries and Tombstones: History in the Landscape.” Participants in this workshop will learn about the preservation challenges unique to cemeteries and will get a first-hand look at possible solutions.

Space is limited in both workshops, so register today!

For more information, contact Drew University’s Continuing Education Office at 973-408-3400 or visit http://www.drew.edu/cue/preservation.aspx


Keywords: Drew University Continuing Education, Archaeology and Historic Buildings, New Jersey, Historic Cemetery, Interpreting and Preserving Cemeteries

Posted: September 16, 2008
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