2014 Trent House Association Annual Meeting

Sunday, May 18, 2014, 2:00 pm

Indians, Quakers and Mr. Trent: Historical and Archaeological Research in New Jersey's Capital City


presented by Ian C. Burrow, Ph.D. 

 Celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Trent House’s opening as a museum at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Trent House Association. This year’s program topic explores the very beginning of the City of Trenton: its first inhabitants, its first buildings, its location at the Falls of the Delaware. Presented by Ian Burrow, Ph.D., Vice President and principal archeologist at Hunter Research, who conducted the Trent House’s site research during the museum restoration, and who has mapped and explored the origins of New Jersey’s entire capital city. Mr. Burrow has more than thirty years experience directing cultural resource management projects in the United States and United Kingdom, with particular expertise in directing archaeological investigations carried out in conjunction with historic restoration projects.

Complimentary refreshments beginning at 1:30. Open to the public. No RSVP necessary.