A Huge Welcome Back to all the Returning Collaborating Organizations!
May 21, 2013

Betsy Healey demonstrates her atlatl technique at Roxborough State Park's 2012 event.
Betsy Healey demonstrates her atlatl technique at Roxborough State Park's 2012 event.
Participants get dirty at with the Pueblo Grande Museum during last year's celebration.Scholars at the Joukowsky Institute joined with AIA Narragansett and the Haffenreffer Museum for an archaeological exploration of College Hill.
Participants get dirty at with the Pueblo Grande Museum during last year's celebration. Scholars at the Joukowsky Institute joined with AIA Narragansett and the Haffenreffer Museum for an archaeological exploration of College Hill.
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2013's International Archaeology Day sees the return of many collaborating organizations from years past! Groups such as the American Research Center in Egypt, Brown University's Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology, the Pueblo Grande Museum, Friends of Dinosaur Ridge, Christopher Newport University, the Maya Research Program, the Frankfort Department of Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites, the John D. Cooper Archaeological and Paleontological Center, the New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources, Parkin Archaeological State Park, Royal Ontario Museum, Society for American Archaeology, New Jersey State Museum, South Carolina's Archaeology Month, the Traveling Museum of Oregon Prehistory, the Underground Railroad History Project, Verde Valley Archaeology Center, the University of Miami, San Diego History Center, and the University of Southern Alabama's Archaeology Museum have all signed on for this year's Archaeology Day festivities. 

If you would like to join the AIA as a collaborating organization for this year's International Archaeology Day, please click here for more information. 

 

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