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Archeologist Eward J. Lenik celebrates a half century of research at Harmony Hall in Sloatsburg on Sunday, January 12, from 12-2PM. Lenik will discuss topics from his fourth book on the Ramapough Lenape people of northern New Jersey and southeastern New York.
Sloatsburgers will find interesting Lenik’s thesis on the “Circle of Stones" (as the site’s been called locally) or “Supposedly Prehistoric Stones" scattered on a section Wrightman’s Plateau — Lenik’s evolved thesis posits the mysterious stones as part of a prehistoric native ceremonial stargazing site.
The 280-page book, printed in color, features 13 tables and 128 illustrations including photographs, maps, field sketches and drawings.
Lenik will have Ramapough Lenape Heritage other Ramapough books for sale at Harmony Hall on Sunday, Jan. 12. 2-4 PM. There is a $5 suggested donation to help cover costs.
Ramapough Lenape Heritage can be also purchased for $20 from the North Jersey Highlands Historical Society Bookshop at Ringwood Manor State Park or can be ordered by sending a check for $20 plus $4 shipping and handling to North Jersey Highland Historical Society (NJHHS) at P.O. Box 248, Ringwood, NJ 07456.
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