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  1. Under the Shad Moon, Chwame Gischuch • Lenape New Year

    April 22, 2018, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Historic New Bridge Landing

    The Bergen County Historical Society celebrates "Under the Shad Moon, Chwame Gischuch, the Lenape New Year." 1:30 pm: Dr. Meta Janowitz will speak on Native American food ways, as they relate to the Dutch. She will introduce ceramic forms that were used by the Dutch and traded with the Native Americans. 2:30 pm: Primitive Technologist Steve Adams will give a talk on The Material Culture of Prehistory. Adams will talk on the use of stone tools; their manufacture (flintknapping), forms for different functions, re-usage/re-sharpening sequences, the 'waste flake' pile of expedient tools and the changing stone tool forms through time. His talk will move outside to demonstrate flintknapping. Selections from the BCHS Native American collections are on exhibit. Visit the outkitchen where reenactors will be cooking over a fire. The event includes activities for children.

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  2. "Of Skull, Severed Heads and Skeletons: Battlefield Clean-up during the American War of Independence" - Bergen County Historical Society Lecture Series

    April 26, 2018, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Steuben House

    Battlefield clean-up is a topic rarely covered yet following almost any military engagement, there are corpses to dispose of. Who does that? Can we tell who buried whom? Can we identify them? What happens with the skeletons? This talk will address these and related questions. Dr. Robert A. Selig is a historical consultant who received his Ph.D. in history from the Universität Würzburg in Germany. He is a specialist on the role of French forces under the comte de Rochambeau during the American Revolutionary War and currently serves as project historian to the National Park Service for the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail Project. Please join us for refreshments at the conclusion.

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  3. 8th ANNUAL NW BERGEN HISTORY DAY! How Immigragion & the Railroad Shaped Our Towns

    April 28, 2018, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Northwest Bergen History Coalition - 10 Bergen Museums

    The towns in NW Bergen County were settled in the 18th century by immigrants from countries in Europe and Africa. Today, we have immigrants from all over the world. Come see how they impacted the towns where they settled and how they enrich us today. The railroad came to NW Bergen in the mid-19th century, bringing with it, jobs, prosperity and immigrants. Come see how trains affected our towns, and the immigrants they brought here, worked on them, and then stayed. Businesses developed around the railroad stations, defining towns we know today. VISIT THESE 10 MUSEUMS: The John Fell House, Allendale; The Museum at the Station, Glen Rock; The Hermitage, Ho-Ho-Kus; The Mahwah Museum & the Old Station Museum, Mahwah; Van Allen House, Oakland; The Old Stone House, Ramsey; Schoolhouse Museum, Ridgewood; Hopper-Goetschius House Museum, Upper Saddle River; Waldwick Signal Tower, Waldwick; The Zabriskie House, Wyckoff. Advance tickets: Mahwah Museum, The Hermitage & the Schoolhouse Museum.

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