The Alabama Archaeological Society is a nonprofit organization chartered under state of Alabama laws. There are no paid officers or staff. All funds come from membership dues and contributions and are used to investigate and document sites as well as for other educational purposes. Membership is open to everyone.

AAS Winter Meeting January 22 through January 24, 2016

Written on January 13th, 2016

The Alabama Archaeological Society (AAS) is celebrating the 61st Annual Winter Meeting hosted by Historic Blakeley State Park in Spanish Fort, Alabama. Events will be held over three days from January 22-24th, 2016. These events will include a free reception on Friday night at the University of…
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Tuscaloosa Chapter

Written on October 16th, 2015

There is a new chapter of the AAS in Tuscaloosa! Meetings are presently scheduled for the second Wednesday of the month. Please, come out and support the newest chapter and help AAS continue to grow!
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IAD

Written on October 13th, 2015

Saturday, October 17 is International Archaeology Day Join us at Lowe Mill Dock and Lawn in Huntsville, AL for tours of an Archaeological Research Lab, Discoveries, and lectures from archaeologists. There will be flintnapping too! Check out the blog entry: AIA Blog, or call (256) 824-6114 for more…
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