Archives Day 2004

Archives and History Day, Saturday, October 16, 2004

Time

Room

Event

8:45-10:00

5

Morning Refreshments
9:00-5:00 Lobby

Lobby

Exhibit: The Joshua Huddy Era: Documents of the American Revolution

New Jersey Archives and History Organizations Information Display

9:00-5:00

New Jersey
History Room

New Jersey History Room – Local and State History Reference Books
9:10-9:55

7

Lecture: Janet T. Riemer, Conservator, “Preserving Family Records”
10:00

Hall

Color Guard and Pledge of Allegiance
10:05-11:00

Hall

Exhibition Tables: Archives and History Organizations
10:15-11:00

7

Videos: Old News: Selections from the Monmouth County Archives TV 34 News Video Collection
11:00-12:00 Hall Plenary Session

M. Claire French, County Clerk, Monmouth County

Jane G. Clayton Award: Lee Ellen Griffith

Theodore J. Narozanick, Freeholder, Monmouth County

Renee Becker Swartz, Chair, Monmouth County Library Commission

Gary D. Saretzky, Monmouth County Archivist

Carla Tobias , New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance:

Author Awards:
Jennifer Gillan, Maria Mazziotti Gillan and Edvige Giunta (eds.),
Italian American Writers on New Jersey: An Anthology of Poetry and Prose

S. Mitra Kalita, Suburban Sahibs
Three Immigrant Families and Their Passage from India to America

Kevin Coyne
Marching Home: To War and Back with the Men of One American Town

Lloyd C. Gardner
The Case that Never Dies: The Lindbergh Kidnapping

Alexander Magoun, Chair, NJ/MARAC
NJ/MARAC Caucus Award: Camden County Historical Society

Featured Speaker:
Captain Joshua Huddy (Richard Walling)

12:00-2:15

Hall

Exhibition Tables: Archives and History Organizations
12:00

5

Box lunches delivered to participants (by prior arrangement)
12:10-1:10

7

Archives and History Day 2002 and 2003: The Movies (highlights featuring Ben Franklin and William Livingston)
1:20

Hall

Drawing for New Jersey History Game Prize Winners
1:30-3:00

7

Revolutionary War Round Table (Chaired by Richard Walling, President, Friends of Monmouth Battlefield. Historians will discuss issues concerning Joshua Huddy; anyone can attend. Session will begin with screening of 20 minute video, “Toms River Blockhouse Fight,” 1976
1:30-2:00

Archives

Tours of the Monmouth County Archives (Reservation Required)
2:15

Hall

Exhibits close

Archives Week Worshops, Wednesday, October 13

Pre-registration required for these two workshops

9 am to noon Using Primary Sources: Workshop for Teachers
Thomas J. Frusciano and Gary D. Saretzky
1 pm to 4 pm Hands on Book Repair
Kimberly Avagliano