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Do you want to visit an archaeology site? Are you curious about what archaeologists do and why? We have information about all this -- and a lot more.

These web pages are designed for members of the public who want to know more about archaeology, as well as for archaeologists who want to know more about working with the public.

Do you have ideas or useful information to add to this clearinghouse? Comment at any time on any aspect of these web pages via our feedback form.

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Educational Resources

Using archaeology in K-12 education

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May 19-23, 2009, Eugene, Oregon

Archaeology Month


The theme for Florida Archaeology Month 2006 is The Land Provides.

Special programs include tours of archaeological sites; films; book fairs; public and classroom lectures; museum and library exhibits; living history demonstrations; and the distribution of educational materials, posters and bookmarks. Florida Archaeology Month is coordinated by the Florida Anthropological Society and supported by the Division of Historical Resources, the Florida Department of State, the Florida Archaeological Council, Florida State Parks, state and local museums, historical commissions, libraries and public and private school systems.

Fun & Fiction

Thanks to Carol Ellick & the SRI Foundation

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