The Society for Industrial Archeology will meet at Plymouth State University Saturday, February 14 at the Boyd Science Center.
The conference begins with registration at
9:30 a.m. ($5; free to PSU students). The schedule for the day is:
10 a.m. The Lizzie Carr Project Comes to Archeological Closure by PSU Professor David Switzer.
10:40 a.m. Brendan Foley of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute presents Ancient Ceramic Industries: Evidence from the Deep Sea
11:35 a.m. William E. Gerber, vice president of the American Canal Society, Brunswick, Maine. The Propulsion of Cross River Ferries in Maine
2:10 p.m. Gilmore G. Cooke, professional engineer from Framingham, Mass. presents The Fire Alarm Telegraph System of Boston: 1845 to 1925. Its Origin, Development and Contributions.
Contact: David Starbuck, (603) 535-3076 or 2883; or via e-mail to email@example.com.