About Indians of Central NJ and Jim Wade

Jim Wade:

Archaeology Archivist
Special project assistant at the N.J. State Museum researching 17th & 18th Century New Jersey land deeds of the Delaware-Lenape Indians. Documented the Delawares' forced migration westward from New Jersey and north to Canada, using historic maps at Princeton University.

Field Archaeologist
Worked as a field archaeologist on prehistoric Indian excavation site at the Abbott Farm, White Horse, N.J. Worked as an archaeological field assistant on several Indian sites throughout Central New Jersey.

Special Collection Assistant III
Assistant to the curator of the Western Americana Collection and Historic Map Collection, Firestone Library, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.


Jim has taught several courses on the New Jersey Indians through the Princeton Adult School, Princeton, N.J. and Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, N.J.

Jim is a frequent speaker on the New Jersey Indians at the Washington Crossing State Park Nature Center and gives seasonal presentations on the Indians of our State throughout Central New Jersey.

Presentation: $175.00

For more information: (609) 924-9741 or e-mail: red9hawk@aol.com