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TAC is seeking a DIGITAL OUTREACH COORDINATOR


Visit the historic F. Shaw & Brothers Tannery site in our New Video Short


Learn more about Bryant Preserve in our New Video Short


TAC is seeking a MANAGING EDITOR for American Archaeology


Read Highlights from the Fall 2022 edition of American Archaeology Magazine


Counterintuiitive Preservation


Meadowcroft Revisited


A Pioneering Researcher


Many Unhappy Returns


Understanding The Lead Rush


Fun Fact Friday: Mosaic Animal Artifacts at Sugarloaf and Atkeson Pueblos


New Virtual Tour Available Now


#TBT: “The Man Who Loves Ruins” from 1992


🍂Adventure awaits you this September!


An Account of the Destruction of the Forks of the Road Slave Market


A Tribute to Fern Swenson (1954-2022)


TAC and NEHFES complete the transfer of the CT Synagogue Site


A Snapshot of Subsistence and Rebellion


Dr. Wernecke returns for a new virtual lecture on 6/23


See what’s coming in the Summer Issue of American Archaeology


Identifying Good Government


The Altered States Of America


The Story Of Marshall’s Pen


Rewriting The History Of The Rappahannocks


A Glimpse Of New York’s Past


Learn more about prehistoric California in our next Virtual Lecture


Watch the Recording of our 5/12 Virtual Lecture


Southwest Seminars announces May lecture series


Haynie Site honored at recent Stephen H. Hart Award Ceremony


Take a visit to the historic Pamplin Pipe Factory Preserve


Southwest Seminars offers 3 new lectures in April


Behind the scenes at the prehistoric PE Soapstone Quarry Preserve in Virginia


Historic Partnership with Eno River Association seeks expansion of State Park


Read highlights from the Spring issue of American Archaeology


Horses And People


The Maya Collapse Revisited


Sacred Objects From The Heavens


Racing For A Purpose


Investigating Submerged Landscapes


Utah SHPO to discuss ancient life at Utah Lake on 3/10


Join Kelley Berliner for a routine site visit to the Thunderbird Preserve


Southwest Seminars announces “Native Voices” lecture series


Learn more about Underwater Archaeology in our next Virtual Lecture


Register for our 2/17 Virtual Lecture


Conservancy Board Member Carol Condie Passes Away


✨New Virtual Lectures Coming in February


Watch our latest Virtual Tour Video on YouTube


🎉Join us for our final Virtual Lecture of the year!


Winter 2021 edition of American Archaeology is out now!


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