Invisible Injustice

Register today to join MAECON and other scholars from around New England for Essex Heritage's FREE symposium, Invisible Injustice: Discovering & Disseminating the Story of Slavery in the North

Salem State

Salem State University will once again be partnering with MAECON to run the graduate level class: Preserving the Past: Using Archaeology to Teach History.


See our latest updates on the blog about the exciting work MAECON is doing

Katherine Nanny Naylor

Looking for new ways to teach colonial New England history to students? Check out our archaeology lesson plan based on the life and objects of Katherine Nanny Naylor - the niece of Anne Hutchinson.

Archaeology Resources

Learn more about how to use archaeology in your classroom - at ANY level and with ANY subject.


Looking for archaeology related events? Find out where MAECON will be next!

What is MAECON?

MAECON’s mission is to provide Massachusetts educators with tools for using archaeology and anthropology in the classroom in a manner that supports both state and national curriculum standards.


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