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It's not too late to register for the...
Association of Public Historians of New York State
2007 SPRING CONFERENCE

Sunday, April 29, 2007 - Tuesday, May 1, 2007 Holiday Inn - Utica
1777 Burrstone Road
New Hartford, N.Y.  13413

The Board of Trustees & Spring Conference Planning Committee of APHNYS 
cordially invites you to expand your professional skills, learn new 
historical techniques and celebrate the rich history and heritage of the 
Mohawk Valley.

Conference Highlights:

Workshops and presentations on environmental history, budgeting and 
grants, local historian & folklore, colonial history, cemetery law, Mohawk 
Valley history, county records and access, collections, ethics and the 
public historian, NYS Heritage Areas, immigration & industry, and living 
history. 

Discover some of the historic "jewels" of the Mohawk Valley in conference 
exhibit area. 

New Historians Workshop & learn how to become a Registered Historian. 

Opening Banquet & Keynote Address "Missionaries to the Indians of the 
Mohawk Valley" by Dr. Douglas Ambose of Hamilton College. 

APHNYS Night at Utica's Historic Union Station--including tour by Michael 
Bosak, President of the Landmarks Society of Greater Utica, cocktail party 
and dinner in the new Blue Flag Room--followed by a special multi-media 
presentation:  "Forensic Archeology and the Public Historian" by Dr. 
Thomas Crist of Utica College 
 
Registration:
$35.00 for APHNYS Members & Affiliates
$55.00 for Non-Members
Meals are extra and are available a la carte.

You can view/download a conference packet by going to the APHNYS website 
at www.aphnys.org, or by requesting one via e-mail, fax or mail by 
contacting APHNYS Administrator Brian Buff at the State Office:  (518) 694-
5002 or [log in to unmask]

Donít miss out on this wonderful opportunity to learn, see old friends and 
make new ones, and to celebrate history! 

 



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