The Society for Industrial Archeology Winter Meeting

February 5th, 2004 by Adam

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