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NORTH AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGIST, Vol. 31(3-4) 483-500, 2010


This directory will be updated annually and is a permanent feature of each fourth issue of the North American Archaeologist. It represents the replies received to nationally mailed questionnaires as of August 15th, the day we had to go to press. We realize that due to the turnover in the societies' officers, change of addresses, and delays in the mail, the directory is not as complete as we would have liked it to be. We ask readers to come forward with additions, fill-in details and suggestions so that the directory will establish itself as a most useful and informational tool for archaeologists.*


!ALABAMA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1954 13075 Moundville Archaeological Park (205) 371-2266 Moundville, AL 35474 Officers: Hunter Johnson (Pres.), 54 Stone Manor Dr. SE, Jacksonville, AL 36265; Linda Derry (Sec'y.), 719 Tremont St., Selma, AL 36701. Membership/Dues: Individuals - Life/$500.00; Institutions - Annual/ $30.00; Families - Annual/$25.00; Students (annual associate) - $14.00; Individuals (annual) - $20.00; Life Joint $600.00. Publications: Journal of Alabama Archaeology (Biannual), edited by Eugene Futato, 13075 Moundville Archaeological Park, Moundville, AL 35474; Stones and Bones (Bi-monthly Newsletter), edited by McDonald Brooms, Troy University, 40 Eldridge Hall, Troy, AL 36082. Activities: Educational annual programs, bi-annual meetings, field trips, fieldwork, training, scholarships, Summer Field School, Alabama Paleoindian Point Survey. Chapters: Eight active chapters. BIRMINGHAM CHAPTER Bill Fowler 1308 Sumar Road Birmingham, AL 35213 COOSA VALLEY CHAPTER Dr. Philip E. Koerper P Box 3093 .O. Jacksonville, AL 36265 CULLMAN CHAPTER Robbie Camp 3175 Co. Rd. 702 Hanceville, AL 35077 !EAST ALABAMA CHAPTER Gary Mullen 2102 Longwood Drive Auburn, AL 36830-7108 HUNTSVILLE CHAPTER Richard Kilborn 1502 Rice Road SW Hartselle, AL 35640 MUSCLE SHOALS CHAPTER Gerald Hester 900 Spring Cove Road Florence, AL 35634 SOUTH WEST CHAPTER Louis Scott 8813 Dawes Lake Road Mobile, AL 36619 TROY CHAPTER Allison Chamblee Troy, AL 36082

!ARIZONA ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY Arizona State Museum 1916 University of Arizona (520) 232-1394 Tucson, AZ 85721-0026 Officers: Don Burgess (Pres.), AAHS Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721-0026; Donna Yoder, (VP for Membership), AAHS Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721-0026.

*Despite our best efforts, some organizations have not replied to our 2010 survey. As a courtesy to our readers, we are repeating their prior listing--these listings will be designated by this symbol: ·. 483 © 2010, Baywood Publishing Co., Inc. doi: 10.2190/NA.31.3-4.k


Membership/Dues: Kiva/Glyphs membership - $50, Students $35; Glyphs membership - $40, Contributors - $75, Supporters - $120, Sponsor - $300, Life Member - $1000. Publications: KIVA (Quarterly), edited by Steve Lekson (see above address); Glyphs Newsletter (Monthly), edited by Emilee Mead (see above address). Activities: Monthly (except August) lectures, field trips; occasional courses, workshops and special lecturers and field trips; cosponsor of annual Arizona State Museum Open House; fundraising for the Emil W. Hanry Fund (for archaeology publications) and for scholarships and research grants in archaeology, anthropology, and history. KO-KO-CI CHAPTER, FAYETTEVILLE Jerry Hilliard, Arkansas Archeological Survey 2475 N. Hatch Ave. Fayetteville, AR 72704 OUACHITA CHAPTER, HOT SPRINGS Meeks Ethiesen P Box 1270 .O. Hot Springs, AR 71902 TOLTEC CHAPTER, LITTLE ROCK c/o Toltec Mounds Research Station 490 Toltec Mounds Rd. Scott, AR 72142 TUNICAN CHAPTER, MONTICELLO Marvin Jeter P Box 3087-UAM .O. Monticello, AR 71656-3087

!MUSEUM OF NORTHERN ARIZONA 1928 3101 N. Fort Valley Rd. (928) 774-5213 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 ext. 201 Officers: Robert G. Breunig, Ph.D. (Dir.) (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - $60.00; Students - $48.00; Seniors - $48.00; Upper Level Membership range from $100.00 to $5,000. Publications: Plateau magazine (Biannual), edited by Karen Enyedy, (see above address & phone - ext. 257), [email protected]; Bulletin Series (Irregular). Activities: Exhibit galleries (archaeology, ethnology, geology, and fine arts of the Colorado Plateau), adult and children's education classes, lecture series, library, and archives. Archaeological, ethnological, paleontological, geological, biological, and fine arts collections, outdoor adventure trips, Native American and Hispanic festivals of arts and culture. ARKANSAS ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1960 2475 N. Hatch Ave. (479) 575-3556 Fayetteville, AR 72704 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: David Jurney, Russellville, AR; Deena Owens (Sec'y.), Fayetteville, AR Membership/Dues: Individuals - $25.00; Families - $2.00 per person; Students - $10.00; Institutions - $35.00; Business $100; Life - $300. Publications: The Arkansas Archeologist (Annual Bulletin), edited by Glen Akridge (see above address); Field Notes (Newsletter, 6 per year), edited by Deborah Sabo (see above address). Activities: Training program for amateur archeologists, including annual field school; annual meeting with speakers and reports of Arkansas and regional archeology; professional archeologists at eleven research stations in Arkansas for consultation and advice; many volunteer opportunities in field and lab projects; monthly chapter meetings; special programs and classes. Chapters: Eight active chapters. ARKANSAS RIVER VALLEY CHAPTER, PETIT JEAN MOUNTAIN Leslie C. Stewart-Abernathy, Arkansas Archeological Survey WRJ Petit Jean Mountain 1 Rockefeller Dr. Morrilton, AR 72110 ARK-HOMA CHAPTER, FORT SMITH Tim Mulvihill P Box 3649 .O. Forth Smith, AR 72913-3649 CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CHAPTER, JONESBORO Julie Morrow P Box 820 .O. State University, AR 72467 KADOHADACHO CHAPTER, MAGNOLIA Jamie Brandon P Box 9381 .O. Magnolia, AR 71754-9381

SAN DIEGO COUNTY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1973 P Box 81106 .O. (858) 538-0935 San Diego, CA 92138 [email protected] Officers: Jim Royle (Pres.) (see above address); Annemarie Cox (Sec'y.) (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - 65/$30.00; Institutions 1/$25.00; Families - 56/$40.00; Students - 32/$15.00; Life Members - 43/$300.00. Publications: SDCAS Newsletter (Bi-monthly), edited by Marla Mealey. Activities: Monthly lectures; office and special programs at Penasquitos Ranch; additional outings several times each year.

!SAN DIEGO MUSEUM OF MAN 1915 1350 El Prado, Balboa Park (619) 239-2001 San Diego, CA 92101-1616 Officers: Currently open (Dir.); Monika Wert (Membership) (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - $45.00; Full-time Students $20.00; Families - $60.00; Friend - $125.00; Sponsor $250.00; President's Associate - $500.00; Patron $1000.00; Los Compadres - $5000.00. Publications: San Diego Museum Papers, currently inactive. Editor position currently open. Activities: Exhibits, educational programs, seminars, film programs, lectures, and tours.

COACHELLA VALLEY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1988 P Box 2344 .O. (760) 773-2277 Palm Springs, CA 92263 Officers: Bruce Tappeiner (Pres.) (see above address); Penny Tappeiner (Sec'y.) (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - $25.00; Institutions - $50.00; Families - $40.00; Students - $15.00; Sponsor - $100.00; Lifetime - $250.00. Publications: CVAS Newsletter (4/yr quarterly), edited by Penny Tappeiner, P Box 2344, Palm Springs, CA 92263, (760) .O. 321-2133; Occasional Papers, 1, 2, 3 (whenever) edited by Jean Denning (see above address). Activities: Monthly Meetings, Field Trips, Basic Archaeological Training Course, Educational Outreach, Annual Symposium in October, two scholarships. Chapters: One active chapter.


!FRIENDS OF CALICO EARLY MAN SITE 1982 San Bernardino County Museum (909) 307-2669 2024 Orange Tree Lane Redlands, CA 92374 Officers: Mrs. Maggie Foss (Pres.), (see above address); Robin Laska (Sec'y.), (see above address), Teen Haddox (Treas.) (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - $15.00; Institutions - $25.00; Families - $20.00; Students - $10.00; Contributing $30.00; Life - $200.00. Publications: Newsletter (Quarterly), edited by Ruth Simpson and Maggie Foss, San Bernardino County Museum (see above address); Occasional Papers (various), edited by Ruth Simpson, Maggie Foss, Dr. Allan Griesmer, and Fred E. Budinger, San Bernardino County Museum (see above address). Activities: Excavation, digging instruction, workshops, laboratory studies, reports; Public interpretive program on site including library, visitors' center, shop, campground (no water), guided tours of site, semi-annual weekend Symposium at site. COLORADO ROCK ART ASSOCIATION (Statewide) Peter Faris (303) 690-8466 e-mail: [email protected] C. T. HURST CHAPTER (Gunnison) Ruth Dukeman (970) 642-0417 e-mail: [email protected] DENVER CHAPTER Bob Rushforth (303) 795-6759 e-mail: [email protected] HISATSINOM CHAPTER (Montezuma County) Patricia Lacey e-mail: [email protected] INDIAN PEAKS CHAPTER (Boulder-Longmont) Kris Hollen (970) 586-8982 e-mail: [email protected]om NORTHERN COLORADO CHAPTER Beverly Goering (970) 484-3101 e-mail: [email protected] PIKES PEAK CHAPTER (Colorado Springs) Bob Kilgore (719) 495-8201 e-mail: [email protected] PUEBLO ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY Charles Booms (719) 545-5900 e-mail: [email protected] ROARING FORK VALLEY CHAPTER Cindy Vodopich (970) 524-7981 e-mail: [email protected] SAN JUAN BASIN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY (Durango) Andrew Gulliford (970) 375-9417 e-mail: [email protected] VERMILLION CHAPTER (Craig-Hayden-Steamboat Springs) Bill Lawrence (970) 824-6322 e-mail: [email protected] ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT 1934 1 Roscoe St. (203) 266-7741 Norwalk, CT 06851 Officers: Daniel Cruson (Pres.), 174 Hanover Rd., Newtown, CT 06470, (203) 426-6021; Robyn Filippone (Sec'y.), 985 Bronson Rd., Fairfield, CT 06824 Membership/Dues: Individuals - 200/$25.00; Institutions 50/$40.00; Students - $6.00; Life - $300.00. Publications: Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut (Annual), edited by Lucianne Lavin, IAIS, P Box 1260, .O. Washington, CT 06793; Newsletter - ASC News (3/year), edited by Lee West, 366 Main St., Wethersfield, CT 06109. Activities: Two full-day meetings each year with papers presented. Societies: Two active societies. ALBERT MORGAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY NORWALK COMMUNITY COLLEGE ARCHAEOLOGY CLUB EASTERN STATES ARCHEOLOGICAL FEDERATION ESAF 1933/1934 P Box 386 .O. Bethlehem, CT 06751 Officers: Charles A Bello (Pres.), 19 Ledge Ln., Pipersville, PA 18947 ; Faye Stocum (Sec'y.), Delaware State Historic Preservation Office, 21 The Green Suite A, Dover, DE 19901

PACIFIC COAST ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. 1961 P Box 10926 .O. Costa Mesa, CA 92627-0926 Officers: Scott Findlay (Pres.), P Box 10926, Costa Mesa, CA .O. 92627; Megan Galway (Sec'y.) (see above address) Membership/Dues: Lifetime: $1000.00; Active Members (both publications) - $45.00; Institutions (both publications) $55.00; Families - $50.00; Students - $10 (no quarterly e-mail Newsletter). Publications: Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly (4 issues/year), edited by Dr. Henry C. Koerper and Sherri Gust (see above address); PCAS Newsletter (10 issues/yr), edited by Sherri Gust (see above address). Activities: Field trips to prehistoric sites; monthly lecturer (except July & August); curation activities; scholarship and grant program.

!COLORADO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. 1935 Tom Hoff, Exec. Sec'y. [email protected] 27505 County Road U.6 970-882-2191 Dolores, CO 81323 Officers: Jason LaBelle (Pres.), Anthropology, CSU Campus Delivery #1787, Fort Collins, CO 80523, (970) 491-7360, [email protected]; Linda Seyfert (Sec'y.), 1208 W. Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs, CO 80904, [email protected] Membership/Dues: Individuals - $20.00; Institutions - $40.00; Families - $23.00; Students (single) - $8.00 (does not include journal subscription); Life (single) - $400.00; Life (family) - $500.00; Student (family) - $10.00, Senior dues same as students. Publications: Southwestern Lore (Quarterly), edited by Judith Halasi, 1845 Forest Ave., Boulder, CO 80304, (303) 447-9507, [email protected] Memoirs (Occasionally). Activities: Quarterly meetings and annual meeting of the society. Local chapters offer monthly meetings featuring a variety of speakers, field trips, archaeological surveys, and excavation opportunities. Program for avocational archaeological certification--a program of classes and field work offered through office of state archaeologist. Chapters: Twelve active chapters. CHIPETA CHAPTER (Montrose) William Manske (970) 417-9014 e-mail: [email protected]


Membership/Dues: Individuals - 300/$30.00 (Foreign $40.00); Institutions - 80/$40.00 (Foreign $45.00) Publications: Archaeology of Eastern North America (AENA) (Annual), edited by Arthur Spiess, Maine Historic Preservation Commission, 55 Capitol Street, #65 SHS, Augusta, ME 04330; Bulletin of the Eastern States Archeological Federation (Annual), edited by Mima Kapches, 97 Langley Avenue, Toronto, ON, M4K 1B4 Activities: Annual meeting each year with papers presented. Member Societies of the Federation: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia. !NORTHWEST GEORGIA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Jack Walker 452 Benson Rd. Dallas, GA 30132 770-445-3595 (home) OCMULGEE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Stephen A. Hammack, Pres. 8287 Lower Thomaston Road Macon, GA 31220 478-935-8979 (home) e-mail: [email protected] SOUTH GEORGIA ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH TEAM Frankie Snow 209 North Grady Ave. Douglas, GA 31533 912-389-4361 (work) WEST GEORGIA UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Charles Kelly c/o LaGrange Dive Center 111 Vernon Street LaGrange, GA 30240 706-812-9011 706-882-5033 (home) e-mail: [email protected] Website:

SOCIETY FOR GEORGIA ARCHAEOLOGY Re-established P Box 693 .O. 1974 Athens, GA 30603 (678) 287-5814 Officers: Dennis Blanton (Pres.), Catherine Long, 842 Deidre Marie Ct., Lawrenceville, GA 30045, (770) 722-7730; Pam Baughman (Sec'y.), 684 McLaurin St., Griffin, GA 30224, (706) 399-6966 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $25.00; Institutions - $75.00; Families - $30.00; Students - $15.00. Publications: The Profile (Newsletter) (Quarterly), edited by Larissa Thomas, 4155 Shackleford Rd., Ste. 225, Norcross, GA 30093, (770) 270-1192, [email protected]; Early Georgia (Journal) (twice yearly), edited by Tom Pluckhahn, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., SOC 107, Tampa, FL 33620-8100, (813) 974-1523, [email protected] Activities: Meets twice a year--spring and fall. Sponsors annual Archaeology Month in May. Web site: Chapters: Ten active chapters. AUGUSTA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY John Arena, Pres. 890 Shackleford Place Evans, GA 30809 706-855-7939 e-mail: [email protected] Website: BULLOCH HALL ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 180 Bulloch Avenue Roswell, GA 30075 COASTAL GEORGIA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Chica Arndt, Pres. 1253 Little Neck Rd. Savannah, GA 31419 912-920-2299 (home) e-mail: [email protected] BLUE RIDGE ARCHAEOLOGY GUILD Dan Page 5522 Concorde Circle Gainesville, GA 30507 770-965-8457 e-mail: [email protected] GREATER ATLANTA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY c/o David Noble P Box 29061 .O. Atlanta, GA 30359-0061 404-325-4311 Activities Hotline: 770-242-2249 GWINNETT ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH SOCIETY c/o Mark Eastland 822 Millcove Drive Lawrence, GA 30045 Archaeologist: J. D'Angelo e-mail: [email protected]

IDAHO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. 1971 P O. Box 1976 . (208) 495-1150 Boise, ID 83701 Officers: Marc Munch (Pres.), Idaho Dept. of Transportation, 1011 Forrest, Boise, ID 83705 Membership/Dues: Individuals - 100/$15.00; Institutions 2/$25.00; Families - 75/$25.00; Students - 30/$10.00; Life - $200.00. Publications: Idaho Archaeologist, edited by Dr. Mark Plew, Boise State University, 1910 University Dr., Boise, ID 83725 (Bi-annually); Arti-Facts Newsletter(Bi-annually), edited by Mary Anne Davis, Idaho State Historical Society, 610 Main St., Boise, ID 83702. Activities: Public awareness/education; support to professionals; protection of archaeological resources; Idaho Archaeological Month, April-May each year; Student Scholarship program, encourage and support local chapters. Chapters: Four active chapters. GREAT BASIN CHAPTER, I.A.S. INTERMOUNTAIN CHAPTER, I.A.S. SALMON RIVER CHAPTER, I.A.S. SNAKE RIVER CHAPTER, I.A.S.

IOWA ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1951 University of Iowa (319) 384-0732 700 Clinton Street Building Iowa City, IA 54442-1030 Officers: Donald H. Raker (Pres.), 6826 N. Baseline St., Ankeny, IA 50023, (515) 289-1787; Kathy Dice (Sec'y.), Louisa County Conservation Board, P Box 261, Wapello, IA .O. 52653 Membership/Dues: Individuals - 1yr/$25.00; Institutions - 1 yr/ $35.00; Families - 1 yr/$30.00; Students - 1 yr/$14.00; Sustaining - $35.00. Publications: Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society (Annual), edited by Mike Perry, Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa, 700 Clinton St. Bldg., Iowa City, IA 54442-1030; Iowa Archeological Society Newsletter (Quarterly), edited by Bill Whittaker, University of Iowa, 700 Clinton St. Bldg., Iowa City, IA 54442-1030.


Activities: Field schools, field trips, annual meetings (spring, fall), and a certification program for amateur archaeologists, Iowa Archaeological Months (September-October). Chapters: Four active chapters. CENTRAL IOWA CHAPTER Mike Heimbaugh 3923 29th St. Des Moines, IA 50310 Phone: (515) 255-4909 e-mail: [email protected] ILINIWEK CHAPTER Philip Hecht 215 Crescent Ln Fort Madison, IA 52627-2141 Phone: (319) 372-1817 e-mail: [email protected] NORTHWEST IOWA CHAPTER Mark Mertes 310 10th Ave. NE Sibley, IA 51249 Phone: (712) 754-2866 e-mail: [email protected] QUAD CITIES ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Ferrel Anderson 1923 E. 13th Street Davenport, IA 52803 Phone: (319) 324-0257 e-mail: [email protected] !LOUISIANA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1974 305 Hickory (318) 539-5944 Springhill, LA 71075 Officers: Joe W. Saunders (Pres.), Dept. of Geosciences, ULM, Monroe, LA 71209, (318) 342-1899; Maureen Downey (Sec'y.), 103 Beaupre Drive, Luling, LA 70070 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $20.00; Institutions - $20.00; Students - $12.00; Libraries - $20.00; Associates (members of family) - $5.00; Life - $200.00. Publications: LAS Newsletter (3/year), Editor Cherie A. Schwab, 7325 Meadowbrook Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70810; Louisiana Archaeology (Annually), edited by T. R. Kidder, Department of Anthropology, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 Activities: Annual meeting January. Field workshops. Chapters: Five active chapters. BATON ROUGE CHAPTER Stuart Herrmann 1152 Boreas Dr. Baton Rouge, LA 70816 CENTRAL CHAPTER Nancy Affeltranger 8425 Fairway Drive Pineville, LA 71360 DELTA CHAPTER Virginia Bommer 110 Cambridge Dr. Belle Chasse, LA 70037 NORTHEAST CHAPTER Claire Davis 816 Rimes Circle E. Monroe, LA 71201 NORTHWEST CHAPTER Roger Hooper 4396 Parkridge Dr. Benton, LA 71006 !MAINE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. P Box 982 .O. Augusta, ME 04332 Web site: 1966 Officers: Craig Norman (Pres.), RR 2, Box 329, Bridgton, ME 04009, (207) 647-5540; Deborah Wilson (Sec'y.), P Box .O. 476, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $15.00; Institutions - $20.00; Families - $15.00; Students - $8.00; Life - $150.00. Publications: Maine Archaeological Society Bulletin (Spring/ Fall), edited by Michael Brigham, Milo Printing Co., Milo, ME 04463; MAS Newsletter (Winter/Summer), edited by Richard Will, Archaeological Research Consultants, Inc., 71 Oak St., Ellsworth, ME 04605. Activities: Volunteer Activities Project, Spring/Fall meetings. ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF MARYLAND, INC. 1964 209 Marley Neck Rd. (443) 618-0494 Glen Burnie, MD 21060 Officers: John Fiveash (Pres.), 209 Marley Neck Rd., Glen Burnie, MD 21060, [email protected]; Jim Gibb (Vice Pres.), 2554 Carrollton Rd., Annapolis, MD 21403-4203, [email protected]; Kelly Derwart (Sec'y.), 13513 Long Green Pike, Baldwin, MD 21013 (410) 592-5992, [email protected]; Belinda Urquiza (Membership Sec'y.), P Box 1131, Huntingdon, MD 20639, (410) 535-2586, .O. [email protected]; Jim Gibb (Tres.), 2554 Carrollton Rd., Annapolis, MD 21403-4203, [email protected] Membership/Dues: Individuals - $25.00; Institutions - $25.00; Families - $30.00; Students - under age 16/$10.00; varied categories; categories of membership are available at additional cost. Publications: Maryland Archeology (Bi-annual), edited by Dennis Curry, 100 Community Place, Crownsville, MD 21032, (410) 514-7664, [email protected]; ASM, Ink (monthly newsletter), edited by Myron Beckenstein, 6817 Pineway, University Park, MD 20782, (301) 8645289, [email protected] Activities: Annual Workshop in Archeology (Feb. or March), Annual Spring Symposium in Archeology (April), Annual Tyler Bastian Field Season (May or Sept.), Annual Meeting (3rd Saturday in Oct.). Chapters: Nine active chapters. ANNE ARUNDE CHAPTER Michelle Kerns-Nocerito 12213 Castle Wall Ct. Bowie, MD 20720 Phone: (301) 809-9634 e-mail: [email protected] CENTRAL CHAPTER Stephen Israel, Chairperson 403 Old Orchard Road Baltimore, MD 21229-2441 Phone: (410) 945-5514h e-mail: [email protected] CHARLES COUNTY CHAPTER Paula Martino 101 Burning Bush Pl LaPlata, MD 20646 Phone: (301) 752-2852 MID-POTOMAC CHAPTER Don Housley, President 704 Cabin John Pkwy. Rockville, MD 20852 Phone: (301) 424-8526 e-mail: [email protected] MONOCACY CHAPTER Jeremy Lazelle, President 9825 Barrick Rd. Woodsboro, MD 21798 Phone: (301) 845-9855 e-mail: [email protected]


NORTHERN CHESAPEAKE CHAPTER Ann Persson, President 2215 Titan Terrace Havre de Grace, MD 21078 Phone: (410) 937-7939 e-mail: [email protected] SOUTHERN CHAPTER Kate Dinnel, President P Box 875 .O. Solomons, MD 20688 Phone: (410) 586-3375 e-mail: [email protected] ­ or ­ [email protected] UPPER PATUXENT ARCHEOLOGY GROUP CHAPTER Lee Preston 4262 Bright Bay Way Ellicott City, MD 21042 Phone: (410) 465-7545 WESTERN MARYLAND CHAPTER Roy Brown, President 13 Haddon Ave. Cumberland, MD 21502 Phone: (301) 724-7769 MIDDLE ATLANTIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE 1971 MAAC Faye Stocum Delaware State Historic Preservation Office 21 The Green Suite A Dover, DE 19901 Officers: Dr. Heather Wholey (Pres.), Dept. of Anthropology & Sociology, West Chester University, West Chester, PA 19383, (610) 436-2400, [email protected]; Faye Stocum (Membership Sec'y.),DE Division of Historical Cultural Affairs, 21 The Green, Dover, DE 19901, (302)645-7231, [email protected] Membership: $275 Dues: Individuals - $30.00; Institutions - $30.00; Students $25.00; Families - $40.00; Canada - add $5.00 (no other foreign - inquire (286 total members) Publications: Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology, edited by Roger Moeller, P Box 386, Bethlehem, CT 06751 (Annual) .O. Activities: Annual meeting in March !MISSISSIPPI ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 1966 P Box 571 .O. (601) 579-8085 Jackson, MS 39205-0571 Officers: Rita McCarty (Pres.), Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center, Bldg. 703-ENV, Camp Shelby, MS 39407; David Abbot (Sec'y.), MS Dept. of Archives and History, P Box 571, Jackson, MS 39205-0571 .O. Membership/Dues: Individuals - $15.00; Institutions - $20.00; Families - $18.00; Student - $10.00; Seniors - $10.00; Individual Life - $200.00 Publications: Mississippi Archaeological Association Newsletter (4/year) and Mississippi Archaeology (Bi-annually), both edited by Ed Jackson, University of Southern Mississippi, Box 5074, Hattiesburg, MS 39406-5074. Activities: Annual meetings, Mississippi Archaeology Month. Chapters: Three active chapters. GRENADA GULF COAST PEARL RIVER !MISSOURI ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1935 Missouri State University (417) 836-3773 901 S. National Ave. Springfield, MO 65897 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: Lyle Sparkman (Pres.), (see above address); Neal H. Lopinot (Sec'y.), (see above address). Membership/Dues: Individuals - $25.00; Institutions - $35.00; Supporting - $45.00; Students - $10.00; Patron - $85.00; Life - $850.00. Publications: Missouri Archaeological Society Quarterly (Quarterly), edited by Neal H. Lopinot (see above address); The Missouri Archaeologist (Annually), edited by Neal H. Lopinot (see above address). Activities: Annual meeting held every spring, workshops, an Archaeological Education Bureau, and a list of speakers who are willing to speak on archaeological topics. We also sponsor a statewide archaeology month in September. Chapters: Twelve active chapters. CENTRAL MISSOURI ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY Carl Gatlin, Pres. Terre Chambers, Vice Pres./Treas. Alan Sparks, Sec'y. Contact person: Carl Gatlin, (660) 458-6271 ILINIWEK CHAPTER (Revere) Phil Hecht, Pres. Duane Sherwood, Vice Pres. Karen Sparrow, Sec'y./Treas. Contact person: Phil Hecht, (319) 372-1817

MASSACHUSETTS ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1939 17 Jackson St. (508) 947-9005 P Box 700 .O. e-mail: [email protected] Middleborough, MA 02346 Web: Officers: Frederick Dimmick (Pres.), P Box 33, Cataumet, MA .O. 02534; Curtiss Hoffman (Membership Sec'y.), 58 Hilldale Road, Ashland, MA 01721 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $30.00; Families (each additional) - $5; Institutions - $40.00 ($45 for foreign); Students - $12.00; Seniors - $15.00. Publications: Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society (Bi-annually), edited by C. Hoffman, c/o Anthropology Dept., Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA 02325; Newsletter of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society (Bi-annual), edited by Timothy Fohl, 681 South St., Carlisle, MA 01741; Special Publications (irregularly). Activities: Promote and encourage scientific research in archaeology; conserve archaeological sites, data on artifacts; discourage collection of archaeological specimens for commercial purposes, serve as a bond between avocational and professional archaeologists. Two annual meetings (usually April/October). Chapters hold monthly meetings except during summer. The Robbins Museum of Archaeology is currently administered by the MAS under the office of the Museum Coordinator, Eugene Winter, 54 Trull Lane, Lowell, MA 01852. The Museum is open to the public on Wednesdays from 10-4, Thursdays from 10-2, and Saturdays from 10-2. Chapters: Three active chapters. CENTRAL MASSACHUSETTS CHAPTER Janet Bessette P Box 546 .O. 36 Church St. Gilbertville, MA 01031 MASSASOIT CHAPTER Bernard Otto 10 Centennial St. Plymouth, MA 02360 NORTHEAST CHAPTER Suanna Selby Crowloy 59 Boynton Rd. Medford, MA 02155


KANSAS CITY CHAPTER Bert Wetherill, Pres. Eva Cook, 1st Vice Pres. Mary Conrad, 2nd Vice Pres. Jay Thorn, 3rd Vice Pres. Gail Lundeen, Sec'y. Florence Peaslee & Jeanette Sutor, Treas. Contact person: Mary Conrad, (913) 287-4405, [email protected] MOUND CITY (ST. LOUIS) CHAPTER Greg Paulus, Pres. Judy Horton, Vice Pres. Tim Baumann, Sec'y. Carol Baluka, Treas. Contact person: Greg Paulus, (314) 704-3507, [email protected] NORTH CENTRAL MISSOURI CHAPTER Virgil Hayes, Pres. Doyle Leppin, Vice Pres./Sec'y./Treas. Contact person: Virgil Hayes, (660) 646-2514 NORTHEAST MISSOURI CHAPTER John Chapman, Pres. Garry Saunders, Vice Pres. Tony Ratliff, Sec'y./Treas. Contact person: Garry Saunders, (573) 735-2507 OZARK FOOTHILLS CHAPTER (SE Mo.) Ron Kerr, Pres. Don AuBuchon, Vice Pres. Van Byrd, Sec'y. David Kimbrough, Treas. Ralph Wayne, Membership Director Contact persons: Ron Kerr, (573) 785-1029, [email protected]; Don AuBuchon, (573) 624-5931, [email protected] OZARKS CHAPTER (Springfield) Shirley Carpenter, Pres. Liz Sobel, Vice Pres./Program Director/Sec'y. Patsy D. Corbett, Treas. Contact person: Patsy D. Corbett, (417) 836-4894 ST. JOSEPH CHAPTER Michael Fisher, Pres. Robert Grant, Vice Pres. Nancy Sandehn, Sec'y. Jimmie Jennings, Treas. Contact person: Michael Fisher, (816) 232-5738, [email protected] SEDALIA­WEST CENTRAL CHAPTER Tom Ragan, Pres. Tim Dunham, Exec. Vice Pres. Diane Kobel, Sec'y Jean Hoyne, Treas. Contact persons: Tom Hoyne, (573) 377-4149, [email protected]; Tom Ragan, (660) 826-7356, [email protected] SOUTHWEST MISSOURI CHAPTER (Joplin) Bob Higgins, Pres. Doug Domer, Vice Pres. Lyle Sparkman, Sec'y. Marolyn Higgins, Treas. Contact persons: Bob Higgins, (417) 782-2048, [email protected]; Lyle Sparkman, (417) 472-7210, [email protected] THREE RIVERS CHAPTER (Jefferson Co.) Eric Smith, Pres. Kathleen Stahlman, Vice Pres. Sonja Ecton, Sec'y. Don Anton, Treas. Contact person: Eric Smith, (636) 467-5538, [email protected] MONTANA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1958 P Box 2123 .O. (406) 655-3540 Billings, MT 59103 Officers: Scott Carpenter (Pres.) (see above address); Lynelle Peterson (Sec'y.) (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - 48/$18.00; Institutions 46/$18.00; Families - 18/$25.00; Students - 14/$10.00; Supporting - $50.00; Contributing - $100.00. Publications: Archaeology in Montana (2/year), edited by Ann Johnson, 539 3rd St., E. Kalispell, MT 59901 Activities: Promote archaeological research, encourage exchange of information between amateurs and professionals, annual symposium. NEW HAMPSHIRE ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1947 P Box 406 .O. (603) 862-2769 Concord, NH 03302-0406 Officers: Sheila Charles (Pres.), 15 Boylston Ave., Nashua, NH 03064; Laura Jefferson (Sec'y.), 254 Gould Pond Road, Henniker, NH 03242 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $25.00; Institutions - $35.00; Students - $18.00; Seniors - $18.00; Life - $425.00. Publications: The New Hampshire Archeologist (Annual), edited by David R. Starbuck, Dept. of Social Science, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH 03264; Newsletter (2 times/ year), edited by Deborah Duranceau Activities: Two meetings/year, field trips, artifact collections inventory, site survey and maintenance of site location files. !ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW JERSEY 1931 40 E. 2nd St. (609) 234-3286 Moorestown, NJ 08057 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: R. Alan Mounier (Pres.), 397 W. Weymouth Rd. Vineland, NJ 08360, e-mail: [email protected]; Carolyn M. Cresson (Sec'y.), 40 E. 2nd Street, Moorestown, NJ 08057, e-mail: [email protected] Membership/Dues: Individuals - $15.00; Institutions - $20.00; Families - $20.00; Students - $10.00; Life - $400.00; Sustaining - $25.00. Publications: Newsletter of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey (4/year but not quarterly - Jan. 1, March 1, May 1, Oct. 1), edited by Carolyn M. Cresson, 40 E. 2nd St., Moorestown, NJ 08057, e-mail: [email protected]; Bulletin (Annual), edited by Charles A. Bello, 19 Ledge Lane, Pipersville, PA 18947-9335, e-mail: [email protected] Activities: Meetings 3rd Saturday in January, March, May, and October; Legislative Committee involved in letter-writing campaigns supporting cultural resource legislation; Avocational Certification Program; Community & Statewide Outreach; Volunteer Pool for both field and lab work; salvage projects, and a Research Grant Fund which covers a variety of funding considerations including floral, faunal, and lithic material analysis, C14 assays, and high-tech analytical procedures. Local chapter activities include meetings, outreach opportunities, and a wide variety of "hands on." Chapters: Four active chapters. GLOUCESTER COUNTY CHAPTER Guy DiGunio (Representative) Woodbury, NJ LOWER DELAWARE VALLEY CHAPTER Wilbert Reed (Representative) Monroeville, NJ SHONGUM CHAPTER Carol Zaikowski (Representative) Long Valley, NJ SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY CHAPTER Tom Radlov (Representative) Camden, NJ


SAN JUAN COUNTY MUSEUM ASSOCIATION 1964 P Box 125 .O. (505) 632-2013 Bloomfield, NM 87413 Officers: David Casey (Pres.) (see above address); Suzan Bradford (Sec'y.) (see above address). Membership/Dues: Individuals - $15.00; Institutions - $50.00; Families - $25.00; Students - $10.00; Senior - $10.00. Publications: The Outlier, Newsletter of the San Juan County Museum Association (Quarterly), edited by Nancy Sweet Espinosa (see above address); Division of Conservation Archaeology Technical Report Series (Occasional), edited by Lynn J. Wharton (see above address). Activities: This is an active research facility. The Association is located at the San Juan County Archaeological Research Center and Library at the Salmon Ruins. Activities include: exhibits in the Salmon Ruins Museum, self-guided tours of the Salmon Ruins, Salmon Family Homestead Complex, Heritage Park, special guided tours of Chaco Canyon and Navajo Pueblitos, mock excavations for children and a variety of educational programs. Chapters: One active chapter. SAN JUAN COUNTY ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH CENTER & LIBRARY AT SALMON RUINS Larry Baker, Executive Director P Box 125 .O. Bloomfield, NM 87413 THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONSERVANCY 1980 5301 Central Avenue NE, Suite 902 (505) 266-1540 Albuquerque, NM 87108-1517 Officers: Mark Michel (Pres.), James Walker (Vice Pres.). Membership/Dues: Individuals - $25.00; Institutions - $25.00. Publications: American Archaeology (Quarterly), edited by Michael Bawaya (see above address). Activities: To acquire and permanently preserve endangered archaeological sites in the United States. NEW YORK STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 1916 Contact Corresponding Secretary Abigail Herlihy Web Page: Officers: Dr. Sherene Baugher (Pres.), 440 Kennedy Hall, Department of Landscape Architecture, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, (307) 257-2057; Marie-Lorraine Pipes (Vice Pres.), 323 County Road 9, Victor, NY 14564, (585) 742-3185; Abigail Herlihy (Corresp. Sec'y), 111 Queens Avenue, Apt. D, Hudson Falls, NY 12839, (518) 636-3282; Lori Blair (Rec'd. Sec'y), 478 County Route 403; Greenville, NY 12083, (518) 283-0534; Fred Assmus (Treas.), 10 Keystone Park, Middletown, NY 10940, (845) 343-1671. Membership/Dues: Individual - $20.00; Institutions - $30.00; Sustaining - $50.00; Students - $10.00; Life - $250.00; Junior $5.00; Dual - $30.00 (667 members). Publications: The Bulletin (annually), edited by Charles F. Hayes III, 246 Commodore Parkway, Rochester, NY 14625; Information Handbook (annually), edited by Abigail Herlihy (Corresp. Sec'y), (see above address); quarterly newsletter. Activities: Historic and Prehistoric Archaeology of New York State; monthly individual chapter meetings; annual conference in April/May; archives; educational programs; archaeological research; artifact analysis; NYSAA library. Chapters: Sixteen active chapters. ADIRONDACK CHAPTER Dr. David Starbuck P Box 492 .O. Chestertown, NY 12817 AURINGER-SEELYE CHAPTER James P Walsh . 50 Arrowhead Rd. Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 WILLIAM M. BEAUCHAMP CHAPTER Dr. A. Gregory Sohrweide 1542 Westmoreland Avenue Syracuse, NY 13210 LOUIS A. BRENNAN/LOWER HUDSON CHAPTER Jeanne Mikelson 100 Cedar Street, A-46 Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522 CHENANGO CHAPTER Don Windsor P Box 604 .O. Norwich, NY 13815 FINGER LAKES CHAPTER Dr. Scott Stull 2626 N. Triphammer Road Ithaca, NY 14850 FREDERICK M. HOUGHTON CHAPTER Dr. Sue Maguire 371 Voorhees Avenue Buffalo, NY 14216 INCORPORATED LONG ISLAND CHAPTER Ellen Barcel 19 Cayuga Ave. South Setauket, NY 11720-1120 METROPOLITAN CHAPTER Diana Dizerega Wall Apt. 1E, 653 East 14th St. New York, NY 10009-0138 MID-HUDSON CHAPTER John Ham 1744 Washington Ave. Extension Rensselaer, NY 12144 LEWIS HENRY MORGAN CHAPTER Dale G. Knapp 23 Clover Drive Webster, NY 14580 INCORPORATED ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTER David Johnson 24 Manor Drive West Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 THOUSAND ISLANDS CHAPTER Jack Coates 39999 Red Lake Rd. Theresa, NY 13691 TRIPLE CITIES CHAPTER Dan Caister 9109 State Route 38 Newark Valley, NY 13811 INCORPORATED UPPER SUSQUEHANNA CHAPTER Terry Letson, Jr. 1572 Butternut Road Unadilla, NY 13849 VAN EPPS-HARTLEY CHAPTER Wayne Lenig P Box 102 .O. Ft. Johnson, NY 12070 !SUFFOLK COUNTY ARCHAEOLOGICAL 1975 ASSOCIATION (631) 924-8719 P Drawer 1542 .O. Stony Brook, NY 11790 Officers: Douglas DeRenzo (Pres.), 422 Randall Rd., Ridge, NY 11961; Randi Vogt (Sec'y.), 39 Remsen Rd., Wading River, NY 11792 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $20.00; Sustaining - $50.00; Families - $30.00; Students - $10.00; Life - $400.00. Publications: Vol. 8 History of the Montauks; 8 Volume Series: Early Papers in Long Island Archaeology (I), The Coastal Archaeology Reader (II), The History and Archaeology of the


Montauk Indians (III), Language and Lore of the Long Island Indians (IV), The Second Coastal Archaeology Reader (V), The Shinnecock Indians: A Culture History (VI), The Historical Archaeology of Long Island Part 1 - The Sites (VII), Aboriginal Forts of Long Island (VIII), series editor Gaynell Stone, (see above address); Booklet: A Way of Life: The Prehistoric Natives of Long Island; Seasonal Newsletter (Quarterly); Posters: (1) Native Technology; (2) Native Long Island Booklet: Historic Period Natives of Long Island; Workbook: Native Life and Archaeology; Educational Programs; Native Life and Archaeology, Colonial Life and Technology. Activities: Education and student programs: Long Island Culture History Lab and Museum; excavations, preservation of sites; Brick Repository (for historic brick); archival materials, traveling exhibits, repository for colonial tools, lectures, round table discussions. Chapters: One active chapter. NORTH DAKOTA ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 1980 Anthropology Research (701) 777-2436 University of North Dakota Babcock Hall Room 301 236 Centennial Drive Stop 7094 Grand Forks, ND 58202-7094 Officers: Bonnie Lindgren (Pres.), 612 E. Boulevard Ave., Bismarck, ND 58505; Fern Swenson (Sec'y.), 612 E. Boulevard Ave., Bismarck, ND 58505 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $15.00; Institutions - $30.00; Families - $25.00; Students - $10.00. Publications: Newsletter of the NDAA (Quarterly), edited by Amy Bleier, 612 E. Boulevard Ave., Bismarck, ND 58505; Journal of the North Dakota Archaeological Association (Occasional), series editor Paul Picha, 612 E. Boulevard Ave., Bismarck, Bismarck, ND 58505. Activities: Meetings, field trips, speakers, workshops. Chapters: One active chapter. ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF OHIO 1942 Editorial Office: 1-800-736-7815 199 Converse Dr. Plain City, OH 43064 Officers: George Colvin (Pres.), 220 Darbymoor Dr., Plain City, OH 43064, (614) 879-9825; George Colvin (Vice Pres.), 220 Darbymoor Drive, Plain City, OH 43064, (614) 879-9825; Chris Rummel (Treas.), 6197 Shelba Drive, Galloway, OH 43119, (614) 558-3512. Membership/Dues: Regular Membership - $25.00; Individual Life Membership - $750.00. Subscription to the Ohio Archaeologist is included in membership dues. Publications: Ohio Archaeologist (quarterly), edited by Robert N. Converse, 199 Converse Dr., Plain City, OH 43064. Activities: Meetings, Chapters, Quarterly Journal. Chapters: Twenty-nine active chapters ABORIGINAL EXPLORERS CLUB Mark D. Kline 1127 Esther Ave. Wellsville, OH 43968 (330) 532-1157 BEAU FLEUVE CHAPTER Richard Sojka 11253 Broadway Alden, NY 14004 (716) 681-2229 BLUE JACKET CHAPTER Ken Sowards 9201 Hildgefort Rd. Fort Laramie, OH 45845 (937) 295-3764 CHIPPEWA VALLEY CHAPTER Eric Deel 585 Diagonal Rd., Apt. #1119 Akron, OH 44320 (330) 762-4108 CUYAHOGA VALLEY CHAPTER Norman Park 4495 W. High St. Mantua, OH 44255 (330) 274-2171 DIVIDING RIDGES CHAPTER John Mocic P Box 170 .O. Dilles Bottom, OH 43947 (740) 676-1077 FLINT RIDGE CHAPTER John Lutz 21 South 24th St. Newark, OH 43055 (740) 344-8647 FORT SALEM CHAPTER Joe Beavers 843 Ohio Pike Cincinnati, OH 45245 (513) 753-4461 FULTON CREEK ARCHAEOLOGY CHAPTER Randy Cheney 173 Beatty Ave. Richwood, OH 43344 (740) 943-5321 JOHNNY APPLESEED CHAPTER Bob Bright 1039 S.R. 302 Ashland, OH 44805 (419) 962-4222 KING BEAVER CHAPTER Chuck King 44 Shanango Rd. New Castle, PA 16105 (724) 654-2868 KOKOSING CHAPTER Tom Debolt 18511 Arrington Road Utica, OH 43080 (740) 892-2643 LAKE COUNTY CHAPTER Doug Divish 35900 Chardon Rd. Willoughby, OH 44094 (440) 942-0563 MAD RIVER CHAPTER Chuck Oliver 2717 Stoney Creek St. Springfield, OH 45504 (937) 390-0889 MAHONING VALLEY CHAPTER Rocky Falleti 5904 South Ave. Youngstown, OH 44512 (330) 788-1598 MAUMEE VALLEY CHAPTER Charles Carroll 7771 St. Rt. 15 Defiance, OH 43512 (419) 658-4415 MIAMIVILLE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CHAPTER Gary Hicks 4113 Pee Wee Dr. Cincinnati, OH 45244 (513) 271-2069


MOUND CITY CHAPTER John Barnhart 200 Northridge Rd. Circleville, OH 43113 (740) 474-4608 MOWKON CHAPTER Ron Siebeneck 17420 County Road 18Q Fort Jennings, OH 45844 (419) 642-00__ MUSKINGUM VALLEY CHAPTER Steven House 1279 Glenwood Ave. Zanesville, OH 43701 (740) 454-1580 PAINT CREEK CHAPTER Mick VanSteen 5303 Wildman Rd. Cedarville, OH 45314 (937) 766-5411 SANDUSKY BAY CHAPTER George DeMuth 4303 Nash Rd. Wakeman, OH 44889 (440) 839-2512 SECCAUIM ARCHAEOLOGICAL CHAPTER Brenda Galinas 601 West Warren St. Bucyrus, OH 44820 SIX RIVERS CHAPTER Frank Otto 7700 New Delaware Rd. Mt. Vernon, OH 43050 (740) 393-3326 STANDING STONE CHAPTER Joel Embry 7503 Col-Lancaster Rd. NW Carroll, OH 43112 (614) 833-1175 SUGAR CREEK CHAPTER David Reed 24695 Scott Drive Wooster, OH 44691 (330) 264-2639 THEIR FIRES ARE COLD CHAPTER Kevin Boos 5710 Old Railroad Rd. Sandusky, OH 44870 (419) 627-6254 WALHONDING VALLEY CHAPTER Vince Fry 28449 County Rd. 25 Warsaw, OH 43844 (740) 824-5171 WOLF CREEK CHAPTER Richard Henry 685 Miller Rd. Waterford, OH 45786 (740) 984-2199 !THE OKLAHOMA ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY (OAS) 1952 11550 Bartons Butte Rd. (405) 524-1119 Mustang, OK 73064 Officers: Charles Cheatham (Pres.), 1222 NW 19th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73106; Trina Menzie (Sec'y.), 119 E. Nebraska, Walters, OK 73572 Membership/Dues: Individual - $20.00; Institutions - (domestic) $30.00, (Canada & Mexico) $35.00, (Other) - $40.00; Associate - $5.00; Contributing - $30.00; Sustaining - $40.00. Publications: Oklahoma Archeology Journal (annual), edited by K. C. Kraft, 601 S. Washington, No. 334, Stillwater, OK 74074; Trowel Marks Newsletter (quarterly), edited by Jon Denton, 11550 Bartons Butte, Mustang, OK 73064. Activities: Spring and fall meetings; spring and fall digs, occassional field surveys. Chapters: Eight active chapters. ARK-HOMA CHAPTER Lexie Larue 479-675-3233 BYRD'S MILL SPRINGS CHAPTER Carl D. Gilley 580-332-3812 CENTRAL CHAPTER Ed Mayfield 405-808-8324 KAY COUNTY CHAPTER Richard Sherrod 580-765-9661 GREATER SOUTHWEST CHAPTER Debra Baker 580-581-3460 McALESTER CHAPTER Tom Purdin 918-284-2410 TAHLEQUAH CHAPTER Thomas Purdin 918-284-2410 TULSA CHAPTER Hazel Matejec 918-494-2915 SOCIETY FOR PENNSYLVANIA ARCHAEOLOGY, INC. 1930 c/o 301 North Dr. Beech Hills (412) 836-0895 Jeannette, PA 15644 Officers: Brian L. Fritz (Pres.), 116 Englewood Ave., New Castle, PA 16105-2129, (724) 654-2744 (h), [email protected]; Judy M. Duritsa (Sec'y.), 301 North Drive, Beech Hills, Jeannette, PA 15644-9402, (724) 836-0895, [email protected] Membership/Dues: Individuals - $20.00; Institutions - $30.00; Families - $25.00; Students - $18.00; Life - $400.00; Caadian Institution - $40.00. Publications: Pennsylvania Archaeologist (2/year), edited by Bill Tippins, 1090 Freeport Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15238, [email protected]; SPA Newsletter (3 times/year), c/o committee, The Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology, Inc. Activities: Annual meeting - April. Archaeological Conservation. Education Committee for out-reach programs; Sponsorship of Archaeology Month in Pennsylvania (October). Chapters: Fifteen active chapters. ALLEGHENY #1 CHAPTER Jason Espino 512 South Trenton Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15221 (412) 828-6446 (h) (412) 585-0124 (cell) [email protected] ANDASTE #5 CHAPTER Ted Keir 601 N. Main Street Athens, PA 18810 (507) 888-2718 (5794) BALD EAGLE #24 CHAPTER Mary Alice Graetzer 464 Westgate Drive State College, PA 16803-1334 (814) 238-5239 [email protected]


CONEJOHELA #28 CHAPTER Paul Nevin 6298 River Drive York, PA 17406 (717) 252-4177 [email protected] CUMBERLAND VALLEY #27 CHAPTER Doug Stine 215 Park Street Waynesboro, PA 17268 (717) 762-8629 [email protected] FORKS OF THE DELAWARE #14 CHAPTER James Wosochlo 218 Lake Front Drive Orwigsburg, PA 17961 (610) 442-5622 [email protected] FRANCES DORRANCE #11 CHAPTER Edythe L. Gozdiskowski 36 Scott Street Swoyersville, PA 18704 (570) 287-0300 [email protected] FRENCH CREEK #26 CHAPTER John C. Sites 25761 Highway 408 Cambridge Springs, PA 16403 (814) 398-8212 [email protected] JOHN SHRADER CHAPTER #21 Gene Delaplane 445 Corner Ketch Road Downingtown, PA 19335 (610) 873-2128 [email protected] NORTH CENTRAL #8 CHAPTER Robin Van Auken 600 East Mountain Ave. South Williamsport, PA 17702 (570) 916-0026 [email protected] NORTH FORK #29 CHAPTER David Sorg 308 W. Theresia Road Mt. Marys, PA 15857 (814) 834-7663 (h) [email protected] OHIO VALLEY #22 CHAPTER Amanda Valko 116 Englewood Ave. New Castle, PA 16105-2129 (724) 654-2744 (h) [email protected] (412) 269-7959 (b) [email protected] SOMERSET #20 CHAPTER Dennis Stahl 227 North Street Meyersdale, PA 15552 (814) 634-5743 [email protected] WESTMORELAND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY #23 Mary Jane Shaw 209 Eicher Ave. Greensburg, PA 15601 (724) 836-5994 [email protected] NARRAGANSETT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY (RI) 1936 220 Foote St. (401) 245-3355 Barrington, RI 02806 The Narragansett Archaeological Society is inactive at this time. Officers: David Andreozzi (Pres.), (see above address); Lloyd I. Pearson (Sec'y.), 289 Sowams Road, Barrington, RI 02806 Membership/Dues: (Annual) Individuals - $10.00; Institutions $20.00; Students (under 15 yrs. old) - $5.00; Life - $100.00. Publications: Bulletin of NAS of RI (On completion of research project), edited by Morris T. Mitchell, 9 Hooker St., Providence, RI 02908; Jones Pond Shell Heap; Potter Pond Site; Twin Rivers: A Four Culture Sequence at a R.I. Site; R.I. Pre-history at the Green Point Site; Sweet Meadow Brook; A Pottery Site in R.I.; New England Ceramics (Reprint from PA Arch. Bulletin); Rattlesnake Rock Shelter & Locust Spring Site - Its Occupational Activities; Archaic Discoveries at Flat River, Report on Excavations by Three Members; Arnold Spring Rock Shelter, Furnace Hill Brook Site, A Salvage Dig; Church Brook Rock Shelter I; Hafting Atlatl Weights; Early Archaics at the Bluff Site; Discoveries at Wilcox Brook Site; Stone Pipe Making in Rhode Island; An Inquiry into Shellfish Eating; Rise and Fall of Man in Aboriginal New England; Suggested Use of Flake Knives; The Problem of Cultural Overlapping; A Study of Firemaking; Man's Early Arrival in Rhode Island; Spirit Worship; Discoveries at Abbott-Run; A New Discovery in Woodworking and Water Transportation in the Northeast, Some Problematicals; A New Scraper Discovery; Oaklawn Quarry; Stone Bowl & Pipe Making (As assembled), edited by M. T. Mitchell, 9 Hooker St., Providence, RI 02908; unique, crescent shaped hearths (!, discovered at the Mouscochuck Creek Site, Rhode Island Country Club, Barrington, Rhode Island; Archaic discoveries at Mouscochuck Creek, Barrington, Rhode Island; Bulletin of the N.A.S. (On completion of research project); Newsletter of the N.A.S. (3 per yr), edited by Morris T. Mitchell, 9 Hooker St., Providence, RI 02908. Activities: Indoor meetings (2nd Weds. night) October, March, April, May, June, with speakers. Outdoor research projects (May-October). Annual dinner meeting with speakers (usually 2nd week of Nov.). Annual picnic in June. Bus trips to sites and museums. Promoting archaeology in classrooms around Rhode Island, with site visits. Chapters: One active chapter. !ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, INC. SC Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology 1968 University of South Carolina (803) 777-8170 1321 Pendleton St. (803) 799-1963 Columbia, SC 29208-0071 Officers: David G. Anderson (Pres.), 413 W. Main St., Williston, SC 29853; Jackie Rice (Sec'y.), 509 Chesterfield Ave., Lancaster, SC 29720 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $15.00; Institutions - $20.00; Families - $20.00; Students - $10.00; Life - $250.00. Publications: South Carolina Antiquities (Annually), edited by Kenneth E. Sassaman, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Florida, 1315 Turlington Hall, P Box 117305, Gainesville, .O. FL 32611; Features and Profiles (Bi-monthly), edited by Mark D. Groover, 700-O Greengate Circle, Aiken, SC 29803. Activities: Annual (Spring) conference on South Carolina Archaeology; Annual Archaeology Day (Fall) in conjunction with SC Archaeology Month; field surveys (chapters/ locally); research and savage excavations, Chapters meet monthly. Chapters: Six active chapters. ABBEVILLE CHAPTER Jimmy Moss, President P Box 594 .O. Abbeville, SC 29620


CHARLESTON AREA CHAPTER Myrna Rowland, President 26 Montagu St. Charleston, SC 29401 FOOT HILLS CHAPTER Berne Hannon, President 104 Sheffield Lane Taylors, SC 29687 HILTON HEAD ISLAND Margie Tolley, President P Box 22652 .O. Hilton Head, SC 29926 MIDLANDS CHAPTER Bill McAmis, President 34071/2 Yale Ave. Columbia, SC 29205 CATAWBA RIVER CHAPTER Buck George or Hugh White 1119 McDow Dr. 2501 White Road Rock Hill, SC 29732 Fort Mill, SC 29715 !SOUTH DAKOTA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1970 c/o State Archeologist (605) 394-1936 S. Dakota Archeological Research Center 2425 East St. Charles St. P Box 5005 .O. Rapid City, SD 57501-5005 Officers: Marion E. Travis (Pres.), 1208 Parklane, Mobridge, SD 57601; Tim Gillen (Sec'y.), 609 South Menlo, Sioux Falls, SD 57103 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $12.00; Institutions - $25.00; Families - $15.00, Student - $8.00. Publications: SD Archaeology: The Journal of the S.D. Arch. Society (Annually), edited by L. Adrien Hannus and Lynette Rossum, 2032 So. Grange Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57105; Newsletter of the SD Arch. Soc. (Quarterly); and Special Publications of the S.D. Arch. Soc. (Occasionally), edited by Michael Fosha, Box 1257, Rapid City, SD 57709-1257. Activities: Various chapters hold monthly meetings, participate at the various excavations and promote archaeology throughout the state. Occasional field trips and excavation opportunities for members. The Society holds one annual meeting combined with a local field trip and workshops. Chapters: Three Active Chapters. MIDDLE MISSOURI CHAPTER Mike Fosha, President So. Dak. Arch. Res. Center 2425 East St. Charles St. P Box 5005 .O. Rapid City, SD 57501-5005 NORTHERN HILLS CHAPTER Larry Froistad, President 3910 Parkview Drive Rapid City, SD 57701 SIOUX FALLS CHAPTER Rick Jannsen, President 902 N. Olive Madison, SD 57042 !EL PASO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. 1922 P Box 4345 .O. (915) 751-3295 El Paso, TX 79914-4345 Officers: Gene Collins (Pres.), 9020 El Dorado, El Paso, TX 79925-4006, (915) 591-3888; Elba R. Herron (Sec'y.), P Box 31222, El Paso, TX 79931 .O. Membership/Dues: Individuals - $20.00; Institutions - $25.00; Families - $25.00; Students - $10.00. Publications: The Artifact (Journal) (once yearly), edited by Amy Marshall, P Box 281, Copper Creek, AK 99573; .O. El Paso Archaeology Newsletter (monthly), edited by Jeff Kaake, 5832 Macaw, El Paso, TX 79924. Activities: Meetings, publications, field trips, sponsoring of conference. Chapters: 250 active chapters.

!TEXAS ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1928 c/o Center for Archaeological Research (210) 458-4393 University of Texas at San Antonio FAX: (210) 458-4870 One UTSA Circle E-mail: [email protected] San Antonio, TX 78249 Web: Officers: Dr. Grant Hall (Pres.) (see above address); Paula Vastine-Norman (Sec'y.) (see above address). Membership/Dues: Individuals - $60.00; Families - $70.00; Students - $40.00; Libraries & Universities - $100.00; Contributing - $100.00; Supporting - $250.00; Patron $500.00. For addresses out of the USA, an additional $10.00 for shipping and handling. Publications: Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society (Annually), edited by Timothy K. Perttula; Texas Archeology, Newsletter of The Texas Archeological Society (Quarterly), Jonelle Miller-Chapman. Activities: Annual field school in June, annual business meeting in October.

!VERMONT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. ca. 1968 P Box 663 .O. (802) 656-3884(u) Burlington, VT 05402-0663 Website: Officers: Prudence Doherty (Pres.), 299 Brookside Rd, Westfield, VT 05494, (802) 878-0236 (h); Joshua Toney (Sec'y.), 112 University Hgts., Burlington, VT 05405 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $15.00; Institutions (for profit) - $50.00, (non-profit) - $25.00; Families - $25.00; Student/ Senior (65+) - $10.00; Contributing - $50.00; Life $250.00; Philanthropic - $10,000. Publications: Vermont Archaeological Society Newsletter (3x/yr), edited by Victor R. Rolando, 17 Ledgely Drive, Shaftsburg, VT 05262; Journal of Vermont Archaeology (Periodic), Victor R. Rolando, 17 Ledgely Drive, Shaftsburg, VT 05262 Activities: Atiatl competition, spring and fall meetings, Vermont Archaeology Month (September) !ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF VIRGINIA 1940 P Box 70395 .O. (804) 273-9291 Richmond, VA 23255 Officers: Patrick O'Neill (Pres.), 9902 Rand Drive, Burke, VA, 22015-3812; Stephanie Jacobe (Sec'y.), 13063 Gogansville Rd, Ruther Glen, VA 22546 Membership/Dues: Individuals (Active) - $25.00; Institutions $25.00; Families (per additional member) - $2.00; Students - $15.00; Other - $45.00. Publications: Quarterly Bulletin (Quarterly), edited by Diane Shugg-O'Neill, 9902 Rand Dr., Burke, VA 22015-3812; ASV Newsletter (Quarterly); edited by Bernard Means, 1902 Woodlyn Drive, Apt. 3, Fredericksburg, VA 22401 Activities: Annual meeting (October); Museum and Library at Kittiewan Plantation (Charles City County); various field schools; Archeological Certification Program, various special publications. Chapters: Thirteen active chapters. BLUE RIDGE AREA David E. Rotenizer (540) 238-1970 E-mail: d[email protected]


HIGHLANDS CHAPTER Mike Wilke (540) 499-2573 E-mail: [email protected] MASSANUTTEN (Bridgewater) Cindy Schroer (540) 248-4933 E-mail: [email protected] MIDDLE PENINSULA Thane Harpole (804) 642-4801 E-mail: [email protected] NANSEMOND (Chesapeake) Teresa Preston (757) 859-9345 E-mail: [email protected] NEW RIVER VALLEY (Blacksburg) Joey Moldenhauer (540) 387-3081 E-mail: [email protected] !NORTHERN SHENANDOAH VALLEY (Winchester) Randy Evans (540) 662-0028 E-mail: [email protected] NORTHERN VIRGINIA (Falls Church) Ann Wood (703) 620-6098 E-mail: [email protected] PETER FRANCISCO (Farmville) Brian Bates (804) 395-2875 E-mail: [email protected] ROANOKE AREA Carl Fischer (804) 843-9194 E-mail: [email protected] ROANOKE (Inactive) Tom Klata (540) 857-6047 E-mail: [email protected] THOMAS JEFFERSON (Charlottesville) Natalie Ross (434) 258-8551 E-mail: [email protected] UPPER JAMES RIVER (Lexington) Charles Bodie (540) 463-2808 E-mail: [email protected] WOLF HILLS (Abingdon) Dan Kegley (276) 782-8647 E-mail: [email protected] !WYOMING ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL 1979 ARCHAEOLOGISTS (307) 766-5301 Dept. 3431, 1000 East University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071 Officers: Jana Pastor (Pres.), P Box 428, Rock Springs, WY .O. 82902, (307) 382-1666, [email protected]; Adam Graves, CPM, RPA, ARCADIS, 189 North Cedar St., Buffalo, WY 82834, (307) 684-5891, [email protected] (Sec'y.), (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - $20.00; Institutions - $20.00; Families - $30.00; Students - $10.00; Lifetime - $500.00. Activities: Advocacy promotion of quality work in all aspects of Wyoming Archaeology; Wyoming Archaeology Awareness Month, each year in September, awarding scholarships for travel to present at the Spring Wyoming Archaeological Society Meeting for student presenters and supporting site stewardship.


!CONFERENCE ON NEW ENGLAND ARCHEOLOGY 1980 c/o Rhode Island Historical Preservation (401) 277-2678 and Heritage Commission 150 Benefit St. Providence, RI 02903 Membership/Dues: Individual - (US) $15.00, (CAD) $35.00; Student - (US) $10.00, (CAD) $23.00; Joint - (US) $35.00, (CAD) $40.00; Fellow - (US) $45.00, (CAD) $50.00; Life (US) $600.00, (CAD) $675.00; Business - (US) $50.00, (CAD) $60.00; Non-profit Organization - (US) $40.00, (CDN) $45.50. Publications: CNEA Newsletter (Yearly), edited by David Schafer, Peabody Museum, 11 Divinity Ave., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138. Activities: One annual meeting. Fellows - (CDN) $50.00, (US) $50.00; Life - (CDN) $600, (US) $600. Publications: Journal Northeast Historical Archaeology (Annually), Anthropology Dept., CLASB107, 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, NY 14222, (716) 878-6599, [email protected] edu, www.buffalo; Newsletter (3 times a year), edited by Dr. David Starbuck (see above address); Studies in Northeast Historical Archaeology (occasional monograph series). Activities: Annual meeting in October in the Northeast U.S. or Canada. Theoretical and methodological papers welcomed.

!COUNCIL FOR NORTHEAST HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY c/o David Starbuck 1966 P Box 492 .O. (518) 494-5583 Chestertown, NY 12817 Officers: Karen Metheny (Chair), 367 Burroughs Rd., Boxborough, MA 01719; Ellen Blaubergs (Sec'y.), 2 Petherwin Place, RR1, Hawkestone, Ontario, Canada L0L 1T0 Membership/Dues: Individuals - (CDN) $35.00, (US) $35.00; Non-profit Institutions - (CDN) $45.00, (US) $45.00; Students - (CDN) $20.00, (US) $20.00; Joint - (CDN) $40.00, (US) $40.00; Business - (CDN) $55.00, (US) $55.00;

EASTERN STATES ARCHEOLOGICAL FEDERATION 1935 c/o Roger W. Moeller (802) 656-8860 P Box 386, Bethlehem, CT 06751 .O. E-mail: [email protected] Officers: Charles A. Bello, 19 Ledge Lane, Pipersville, PA 18947; Martha Potter Otto (Sec'y.), 7700 New Delaware Rd., Mt. Vernon, OH 43050 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $30.00; Institutions - $40.00; Other (Foreign) - add $20 p/h. Publications: AENA (Annual), edited by Arthur Spiess, Maine Historic Preservation Commission, 55 Capitol St., Station #65, Augusta, ME 04333. Published CD-ROM with back issues 1-28. Activities: Annual meeting.


NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUITIES RESEARCH ASSOCIATION NEARA 1964 94 Cross Point Rd. (603) 224-6936 Edgecomb, ME 04556 Officers: Suzanne Carlson (Pres.), 94 Cross Point Rd., Edgecomb, ME 04556, (207) 882-8155; Margaret Venator (Sec'y.), 20 Stark Highway, South Dunbarton, NH 03046 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $35.00; Patron - $50.00; sponsor - $75; Foreign - $40. Publications: NEARA Journal (Bi-annually), Suzanne Carlson, editing chair, 94 Cross Point Road, Edgecomb, ME 04556, (207) 882-8155; NEARA Transit Newsletter (Bi-annually), edited by Susan Thompson, 11 Cotswold Drive, N. Salem, NY 10560 Activities: Location, recording and study of enigmatic stone structures in New England and northeastern United States. Website: Chapters: Eleven active chapters. CANADA Gerard LeDuc 6 Chemin Equinoxe, RR#3 Masonville, Quebec J0E 1X0, Canada (514) 292-3522 [email protected] CANADA MARITIME Terry Deveau 3 Shore Road, Herring Cove Halifax, Nova Scotia B3V 1G6, Canada (902) 479-3398 [email protected] CONNECTICUT Douglas Schwartz P Box 7274 .O. Groton, CT 06340 (860) 437-7923 [email protected] MAINE Roslyn Strong 94 Cross Point Road Edgecomb, ME 04556 (207) 882-9425 FAX: (207) 882-8162 [email protected] MASSACHUSETTS Peter Anick 58 Blanchette Drive Marlborough, MA 01752 (508) 481-8488 [email protected] NEW HAMPSHIRE Donna Thompson 3 Towne Drive Derry, NH 03038 (603) 774-3577 [email protected] NEW JERSEY Nancy Hunt 103 Fairview Avenue High Bridge, NJ 08829 (908) 638-0375 [email protected] NEW YORK Polly Midgley 855 Sleepy Hollow Rd. Briarcliff, NY 10510 (914) 373-4247 [email protected] PENNSYLVANIA Larry Mulligan 1562 Osborn Avenue Roslyn, PA 19001 (204) 659-6200 [email protected] RHODE ISLAND James Egan 22 Tucker Hollow Road North Scituate, RI 02857 [email protected] VERMONT Lisa Gannon 284 River Cove Road Williston, VT 05495 (802) 999-9699 [email protected]

NORTHWEST ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 1948 Dept. of Sociology/Anthropology/ (208) 885-6189 University of Idaho P Box 441110 .O. Moscow, ID 83844-1110 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: Mary Anne Davis (Pres.), Associate State Archaeologist, 210 Main Street, Boise, ID 83702, [email protected]; David Sisson (Sec'y.), BLM, 1 Butte Drive, Cottonwood, ID 83522-5200, [email protected] Membership/Dues: None Publications: None, however conference abstracts published in Journal of Northwest Anthropology (formerly Northwest Anthropological Research Notes). Activities: Organize annual Northwest Anthropological Conference sponsored by a different institution each year. For meeting information, see Web site at

!SOUTHEASTERN ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE 1938 c/o Keith Stephenson, Treasurer (352) 392-2031 Savannah River Archaeological Research Program ext. 246 P Box 400 .O. New Ellenton, SC 29809 Officers: David G. Anderson (Pres.), Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720, (865) 974-2960, [email protected]; Rebecca Saunders (Sec'y.), Museum of Natural Science, 119 Foster Hall, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803, (225) 578-6562, [email protected] Membership/Dues: Individuals - $35.00; Institutions - $75.00; Families - $40.00; Students - $15.00; Life - $500.00; Life Family - $550.00. Publications: Southeastern Archaeology (Bi-annually), edited by Tristram R. Kidder and Gayle Fritz, Washington University, Campus Box 1114, St. Louis, MO 63130; SEAC Newsletter (Bi-annually), edited by Rob Moon, Savannah River Archaeological Research Program, P Box 400, .O. New Ellenton, SC 29809 Activities: Annual student paper competition; public outreach grant competition; annual conference.



!ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA 1879 656 Beacon St., 6th Floor (617) 353-9361 Boston, MA 02215 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: C. Brian Rose (Pres.) University Museum, Room 351B, University of Pennsylvania, 3260 South St., Philadelphia, PA 19104-6324, (215) 898-4071 Membership/Dues: Individuals - 8,500/$50.00; Students - $26. Publications: American Journal of Archaeology (Quarterly), edited by Naomi Norman (see above address); Archaeology (Bimonthly), edited by Peter A. Young, 36-36 33rd St., Long Island City, NY 11106; Archaeolgical Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin (Annually) and AIA Newsletter (Quarterly). Activities: Lecture programs; annual meeting; fellowships; publications, subventions; awards; outreach. Chapters: One hundred and five chapters. !INSTITUTE OF NAUTICAL ARCHAEOLOGY 1973 P Drawer HG .O. (979) 845-6694 College Station, TX 77841-5137 Officers: Dr. Donny L. Hamilton (Exec. Dir.), P Drawer HG, .O. College Station, TX 77841-5137; Donald Geddes III (Sec'y.). Membership/Dues: Individuals - $40.00; Students - $25.00; Institutions - $100.00. Publications: INA Quarterly (Quarterly), edited by Kirsten Jerch; Nautical Archaeology Series, Texas A&M Press (Periodically); frequent articles in scientific and popular publications. Activities: World-wide research, teaching, and consultation on nautical archaeology and the history of seafaring. !REGISTER OF PROFESSIONAL ARCHAEOLOGISTS 1998 5024-R Campbell Blvd. (410) 933-3486 Baltimore, MD 21236-5974 FAX: (410) 931-8111 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: Jeffrey H. Altschul (Pres.), Statistical Research, Inc. 6099 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85751, (520) 721-4309, Fax: (520) 298-7044, [email protected]; Deborah Rotman (Sec'y./Treas.), University of Notre Dame, Department of Anthropology, 622 Flanner Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46566 Membership/Dues: Individuals - 45/$125.00 (contact business office for explanation). Publications: Columns in sponsor newsletters (Society for Historical Archaeology, Society of American Archaeology, Archaeological Institute of America). Activities: Maintain Register of Professional Archaeologists; establish, maintain, and promote professional standards and ethics in archaeology. !SOCIETY FOR AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY 1934 900 Second Street NE, Suite 12 (202) 789-8200 Washington, D.C. 20002-3557 Fax: 202/789-0284 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: Keith Kintigh (Pres.) (see above address); Barbara Little (Sec'y.) (see above address). Membership/Dues: Regular (US and Canada) - $110.00; Retired $57.00; Joint - $23.00; Student - $50.00; Associate $34.00; Life - $2,850.00. Publications: Latin American Antiquity (Quarterly), edited by Mark Aldenderfer, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721-0030; SAA Bulletin, (5 times per year), edited by Mark Aldenderfer, Dept. of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106; Latin American Antiquity (Quarterly), edited by Katharina J. Schreiber, Dept. of Anthropology, UC-Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 93106 Activities: Main US Archaeological organization concerned with method, theory, and knowledge of New World Archaeology, prehistory, and history; annual meeting, Council of Affiliated Societies, Public Education, Distinguished Service Award, Crabtree Award, Fryxell Award, Legislative monitoring re: archaeology and historic preservation. SOCIETY OF BEAD RESEARCHERS 1981 P Box 13719 .O. (503) 655-3078 Portland, OR 97213 E-mail: [email protected] Officers: William Billeck (Pres.), Dept. of Anthropology, MRC-138, Box 37012, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20013-7012, (202) 633-0865, [email protected]; Alice Scherer (Sec'y.), P Box 13712, Portland, OR 97213, (503) .O. 655-3078; [email protected] Membership/Dues: Individuals/Institutions/Families/Students $20.00; Sustaining - $45.00; Patron - $75.00; Benefactor $150.00; Other - $20.00 (foreign) Publications: Beads: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers (Annually), edited by Karlis Karklins, 1596 Devon St., Ottawa, ON K1G 0S7, Canada, [email protected]; Bead Forum (Semi-annually), edited by Laurie Burgess, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution MRC 112, P Box 37012, Washington, DC 20013-7012, (202) .O. 633-1915, [email protected] Activities: Fostering serious research on beads of all materials and periods, and expediting the dissemination of the resultant knowledge. !SOCIETY FOR HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY 1967 P Box 30446 .O. (520) 886-8006 Tucson, AZ 85751-0446 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: Dr. Douglas V. Armstrong (Pres.), Depart. of Anthropology, 209 Maxwell Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 13244-1200 (315) 443-2405; Dr. Stephanie Rodeffer (Sec'y.-Treas.), P Box 31994, Tucson AZ 85751 .O. Membership/Dues: Individuals (Regular) - $95.00; Students $50.00; Adjunct - $30.00; Life - $3,000.00; Institutions $150.00. Publications: Historical Archaeology (Quarterly), edited by Dr. Ronald L. Michael; Anthropology Section, California University of Pennsylvania, 250 University Ave., California, PA 15419; Newsletter (Quarterly), edited by Dr. Norman Barka, Dept. of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA 23815; Special Publication Series (Irregularly, currently inactive), edited by Ronald L. Michael (see above address). Activities: Annual meeting - January; also see Website: !SOCIETY FOR INDUSTRIAL ARCHEOLOGY 1971 Michigan Technological University (906) 487-1889 Department of Social Sciences Houghton, MI 49931 Officers: Mary Habstritt (Pres.), 40 W. 77th St. #17B, New York, NY 10024 (917) 709-5291, [email protected]; Richard K. Anderson, Jr. (Sec'y.), 741 Bultman Drive, Suite 21, Sumter, SC 29150-2555 Membership/Dues: Individuals - 1800/$50.00; Institutions 175/$50.00; Families/Couples - 100/$55.00; Students 35/$20.00; Corporate - $500.00. Publications: Newsletter (Quarterly), edited by Patrick Harshbarger, 305 Rodman Road, Wilmington, DE 19809; IA Journal (Semi-Annual), edited by Patrick Martin, Michigan Technological University.


Activities: Annual conference (Spring), annual tour (Fall), international and national study tours (schedule varies); local chapter activities include factory process tours, lectures; documentation programs; national grant program. Chapters: Ten active chapters. CHICAGO INDUSTRIAL CHAPTER Adrian Stanislovaitis P Box 392 .O. Bedford Park, IL 60499-0392 FLAGLER CHAPTER Sandra L. Norman Department of History Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton, FL 33486 KLEPETKO CHAPTER Brian Shovers Montana Historical Society 225 N. Roberts Helena, MT 59620 M.C. MEIGS ORIGINAL CHAPTER Christopher Marston NPS - HABS/HAER/HAL 1201 Eye Street, NW #2270 Washington, DC 20005 NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER David Couglin 276 Back River Road Bedford, NH 03110-6622 OLIVER EVANS Ed Grusheski 405 S. 17th Street Philadelphia, PA 19146 ROEBLING CHAPTER Lynn Rakos 230 6th Ave., Apt. 4 Brooklyn, NY 11215 SAMUEL KNIGHT CHAPTER Tony Meadow 30 Pine Hills Ct. Oakland, CA 94611 SOUTHERN CHAPTER Jim Bennett 112 Meadow Croft Circle Birmingham, AL 35242 SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER Bill Burt 6 Roanoke Road Wellesley, MA 02482-6930 WABASH AND OHIO William L. McNiece 4311 Broadway St. Indianapolis, IN 46205-1811 WORLD ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1971 120 Lakewood Drive (417) 334-2377 Hollister, MO 65672 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: Ron Miller (Dir.) Membership/Dues: Individuals - $16.00/U.S.; $20.00 all other countries; Institutions - same as individuals. Publications: W.A.S. Newsletter (Occasionally) and Special Publications (Occasionally), edited by Ron Miller (see above address). Activities: Researches and promotes archaeology, anthropology and art history. Projects include the W.A.S. Special Commendations for Books, Journals, Articles, Illustrations and Photos. Nominations appreciated and carefully studied. We also have a continuing, most interesting, old book find contest . . . and an Information Center/Library to handle queries.


ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF ALBERTA 1975 97 Eton Road West (403) 381-2655 Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada T1K 4T9 Officers: Joanne Braaten (Pres.), 31037 Morgans View, Calgary, AB T3Z 0A5 (403) 239-3970, [email protected]; Jim McMurchy (Exec. Sec'y./Treas.), 97 Eton Road W., Lethbridge, AB T1K 4T9, (403) 381-2655, [email protected] Membership/Dues: Varies with the Centres. Publications: Alberta Archaeological Review (2x/year), edited by Dan Meyer, Calgary, AB, [email protected]; Occasional Papers of the Archaeological Society of Alberta (2x/year), edited by Joanne Braaten, 31037 Morgans View, Calgary, AB T3Z 0A5, (403) 239-3970, [email protected] Activities: To further the preservation, reporting, and dissemination of information regarding the archaeological resources in the Province of Alberta. Chapters: Six active chapters. BODO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Kim Larson, President Bodo Archaeological Society c/o Leila Grobel P Box 1781 .O. Provost, AB T0B 3S0 [email protected] CALGARY CENTRE Brian Vivia, President ASA Calgary Centre North Hill Postal Outlet P Box 65123 .O. Calgary, AB, T2N 4T6 (403) 239-3970 [email protected] LETHBRIDGE CENTRE Jim McMurchy, President 97 Eton Road W. Lethbridge, AB T1K 4T9 (403) 381-2655 [email protected] RED DEER CENTRE Jean Kaufmann, President 5253 53rd Street Lacombe, AB T4L 1H8 [email protected] SOUTH EASTERN ALBERTA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Ian McLaughlin, President Box 113 Medcine Hat, AB T1A 7E8 [email protected] STRATHCONA CENTRE George Chalut, President 14716 ­ 65 Street Edmonton, AB T5A 2E1 (780) 476-056 [email protected] !ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 1966 P Box 520, Bentall Station .O. Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6C 2N3 Officers: Eric McLay (Pres.) (see above address); Kathryn Bernick (Membership/Sec'y.) (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - $25.00; Families - $30.00; Students - $18.00; Senior Citizens - $18.00. Publications: The Midden (Quarterly), edited by Bill Angelbeck (see above address).


Activities: Monthly meetings with illustrated lectures, field trips, assistance with professional archaeological excavations and surveys. Chapters: Two active chapters. NANAIMO VANCOUVER !CANADIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 1977 Dept. of Anthropology and Archaeology (519) 884-0710 University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, SK Canada S7N 5B1 Officers: Dr. Dean Knight (Pres.), Dept. of Archaeology, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON N2L 3C5, (519) 884-0710; Butch Amundson (Sec'y.), c/o CAA, Dept. of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5B1 Membership/Dues: Individuals - $75.00 (Can.), Institutions $100.00 (Can.), Students - $35.00 (Can.) Publications: Canadian Journal of Archaeology (twice a year), edited by Dr. George Nicholas, Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, Kamloops, BC, Canada V2H 1H1 Activities: The CAA promotes activities aimed at fostering a greater role for archaeology; acts as an advocate in forums and the national scene; recognizes, through awards and honors, outstanding contributions to the field of archaeology; offers conferences, professional development activities, publication and communication networks designed to transfer the successful efforts of individuals and institutions into the collective advancement of Canadian archaeology. !THE ONTARIO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. 1950 1444 Queen St. East, Suite 102 1-888-733-0042 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4L 1E1 (416) 406-5959 Web site: e-mail: [email protected] Officers: Jean-Luc Pilon (Pres.) (see above address); Jim Keron (Sec'y.), (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - 600/$34.00, ($46.00 w/ journal); Institutions/Corporate - 90/$60.00; Families 60/$38.00 ($50.00 w/journal); Students - 40/$23.00 ($32.00 w/journal); Life - $750.00 (approx. 600 members) Publications: Ontario Archaeology (Bi-annually), edited by Andrew Stewart (see above address), Arch Notes (6/year), edited by Sheryl Smith, [email protected] Activities: Publishing, programming (lectures, workshops, Archaeology Day public event). Chapters: Six active chapters. HAMILTON CHAPTER Gary Warrick c/o 64 Sulphur Springs Rd. Ancaster, ON L9G 1L8 LONDON CHAPTER Nancy Van Sas (President) c/o London Museum of Archaeology 1600 Attawandaron Rd. London, ON N6G 3M6 KEWA: Editors: Christine Dodd and Chris Ellis OTTAWA CHAPTER Irene-Ann LaCroix (Editor) P Box 4939 Station E .O. Ottawa, ON K1S 5J1 THUNDER BAY CHAPTER Clarence Surette (President) c/o OAS TORONTO CHAPTER Mima Kapches (Profile editor) 260 Adelaide St. East Box 48 Toronto, ON M5A 1N1 WINDSOR CHAPTER Katherine Graham (President) c/o OAS SASKATCHEWAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1963 #1 - 1730 Quebec Ave. (306) 664-4124 Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9 Canada FAX (306) 665-1928 e-mail: [email protected] Officers: Laura Foley (Pres.); Verna Gallén (Treas.); Leanne Belsham (Sec'y.) (see above address) Membership/Dues: Individuals - 96/$25.00 (Can.); Institutions 33/$35.00; Schools 4/$35.00; Families - 98/$35.00; Students/Seniors - 84/ $20.00; Individual Life - 36/$350.00; Couple Life - 9/ $450.00; Schools - 36/$35.00. Publications: Occasional Papers in Archaeology Series (Annual), editor varies, Number 1 $31.50; Saskatchewan Archaeological Society Newsletter (Quarterly), edited by Belinda Riehl-Fitzsimmons, c/o SAS office; Saskatchewan Archaeology Journal (only back issues available, e-mail for pricing), Long Ago Today: The Story of Saskatchewan's Earliest Peoples, by Henry T. Epp (173 pp., $8.00 (Can.) plus shipping); Boulder Monuments of Saskatchewan, by G. Ian Brace ($16.00 plus shipping); Spirit in the Rocks: The Rock Paintings of Northern Saskatchewan, directed by Tim Jones (1 hr. film - DVD $20.00/VHS $12.00 + shipping). *U.S. customers please pay in U.S. dollars; The Aboriginal Rock Paintings of the Churchill River (2nd ed.), by Tim E. H. Jones ($20.00 plus shipping) (all $ in Canadian funds). Activities: Field trips, seminars and films; the annual meeting, held in April, our major get-together, where members and the general public hear the latest information on current research, view displays, and meet face-to-face for educational and social exchange; the annual Field School (two four-day sessions), which provides hands-on experience; the Fall bus tour visits archaeological and historic sites with expert guides; seminars and workshops; other occasional excavations, lab and other special events. Videos, slide talks, and "Archaeo-Kits" of artifacts are available on loan. Each chapter has its own meetings and field trips. Chapters: Nine active chapters. ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WEST CENTRAL SASKATCHEWAN Ted Douglas (Chapter Rep.) Box 355 Eatonia SK S0L 0Y0 Canada CYPRESS HILLS ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Margaret Howell, President Box 2093 Maple Creek, SK S0N 1N0 Canada EAGLE CREEK HISTORICAL SOCIETY Dave Miller (Chapter Rep.) Box 143 Perdue, SK S0K 3C0 Canada NORTHWEST ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Jeff Baldwin (Chapter Rep.) North Battleford, SK S9A 3A9 Canada PIPESTONE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Keith Lewis (Chapter Rep.) Box 629 Wawota, SK S0G 5A0, Canada REGINA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Jack Trusty (Chapter Rep.) Moose Jaw, SK S6H 6C5, Canada SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL ARCHAEOLOGISTS c/o Box 8954 Saskatoon, SK S7K 6S7 Canada


SASKATOON ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Box 328, R.P University .O. Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W0 Canada SOUTHWEST SASKATCHEWAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY James Worrell (Chapter Rep) Swift Current, SK !STRATHCONA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 1987 13808-134 "B" Avenue (780) 431-2329 Edmonton, AB T5L 5A8 Officers: George Chalut (Pres.), #1203, 10350-122 Street, Edmonton, AB T5N 3W4, (780) 454-4056; Cathy Gadd (Sec'y.), 1308-131 "B" Ave., Edmonton, AB T5L 5A8 Membership/Dues: Individual - $10.00; Families - $15.00; Students - $5.00; Seniors - $5.00 Activities: Hold monthly meetings September-April, Winter Speakers Series, local walking tours, participate in Archaeological Society of Alberta events/activities.


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