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New Jersey Historical Commission (NJHC) - JANUARY 2017 NEWSLETTER

Friends of New Jersey History:

It’s a pleasure to present the New Jersey Historical Commission’s (NJHC) January 2017 Newsletter.  Needless to say, the NJHC is hitting the ground running in 2017 with a wealth of news, updates, and information on a wide array of important issues:

Winter 2017 NJ Studies Journal

The New Jersey Historical Commission, Rutgers University Libraries, and Monmouth University are proud to announce that the latest edition of the peer-reviewed New Jersey Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (NJS) is now available online. We are pleased to present work from authors like Randall Gabriellan, James J. Gigantino II, Bruce A. Bendler, and many more. Dr.

Red Bank Battlefield Archeology Public Meeting, Jan. 19, 2017, 7-9pm

Dear All:

Join us for a free public meeting featuring new findings in archeology, funded by the National Park Service, related to the October 1777 battle at the site of Fort Mercer at Red Bank Battlefield in National Park, New Jersey. 

Where: Chamberlain Student Center Ballroom, Rowan University, 201 Mullica Hill Rd, Glassboro, NJ 08028

When: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 7-9PM

Who: Wade Catts, RPA, of JMA (a CCRG Company) 

Exhibition: From Pastoral Nomadism to Global Urbanism: The Complex Journey of Kalmyks in America and Russia

Exhibition: From Pastoral Nomadism to Global Urbanism: The Complex Journey of Kalmyks in America and Russia

The Douglass Library is proud to host the exhibition "From Pastoral Nomadism to Global Urbanism: The Complex Journey of Kalmyks in America and Russia" from January 20 through March 31, 2017. The exhibition opening and a program will take place on January 20, 6-8 PM in the Mabel Smith Douglass Room.

 

Exhibition: From Pastoral Nomadism to Global Urbanism: The Complex Journey of Kalmyks in America and Russia

Exhibition: From Pastoral Nomadism to Global Urbanism: The Complex Journey of Kalmyks in America and Russia

The Douglass Library is proud to host the exhibition "From Pastoral Nomadism to Global Urbanism: The Complex Journey of Kalmyks in America and Russia" from January 20 through March 31, 2017. The exhibition opening and a program will take place on January 20, 6-8 PM in the Mabel Smith Douglass Room.

 

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