International Archaeology Day Blog
The Richmond, Virginia Society of the Archaeological Institute of America toured Henricus Historical Park, the presumed site of the second English Settlement in America, the "Citie of Henricus".
The AIA-North Alabama Society co-sponsored an Archaeology Fair for National Archaeology Day.
The Haverhill Historical Society hosted an Archaeology Open House in honor of National Archaeology Day and Massachusetts Archaeology Month.
Margaret Murphy’s lecture, titled “Linguistic Preservation: Perspectives and Interpretation,” in honor of National Archaeology Day was successful!
The Discovery Programme’s Late Iron Age and ‘Roman’ Ireland (LIARI) Project hosted a successful international conference in Dublin as part of National Archaeology Day.
Volunteers are needed to monitor the translations of the International Archaeology Day webpage.
After two years of great success, National Archaeology Day will change to International Archaeology Day for 2013.
The Friends of the Office of State Archaeology in Connecticut acted as a participating partner in National Archaeology Day by sponsoring an Archaeology Fair.