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2009 Historical Archeology Academy in Lake Jackson
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2009 Historical Archeology Academy in Lake Jackson

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On May 9, 2012, First Lady Michelle Obama designated the Texas Archeological Society as a Preserve America Steward in recognition of its volunteer program.
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On May 9, 2012, First Lady Michelle Obama designated the Texas Archeological Society as a Preserve America Steward in recognition of its volunteer program.
Texas Archeological Society

Who We Are

The Texas Archeological Society welcomes you to the web site where you can learn more about archeology around the state and how to actively participate in preserving your heritage.

TAS Mission Statement: The Texas Archeological Society is dedicated to the study and preservation of the historic and prehistoric aspects of Texas' past. More.....

TAS activities include Archeological Academies, a yearly Field School, an Annual Meeting, a Speakers' Bureau, and rock art recording. More.....



Join TAS online! – Click a link below to either join/renew online or print and mail in a form with your dues.

MEMBERS -- if your contact information has changed, please email updates to the
TAS office.

Join/Renew Online Membership Form: Download & Mail


Fall 2014 Newsletter (PDF/ZIP) 26 MB Special edition with 3d animation.




 

=====> UPCOMING TAS EVENTS <=====


2015 TAS Archeology Academies

Showing up on the TAS horizon are the 2015 Archeology Academies.  Archeology 101 will be meeting March 27-29 in Columbus (registration deadline March 19), and Historical Archeology will meet May 2-3 in Nacogdoches (registration deadline April 14).  Information is available in the 2015 Academy webpages linked below.  For a description of TAS Archeology Academy offerings in past years, check out the Academy home page.

TAS Archeology Academy 2015 Main Page Online Registration Mail In Registration (PDF)


Been There and Done That!
Past Events

2014 TAS Annual Meeting in San Marcos, October 24-26

The 85th TAS Annual Meeting was held October 24-26 in San Marcos at the Embassy Suites. A wrap-up/summary will be appearing in the 2014 Annual Meeting Webpages soon!

TAS Annual Meeting 2014 Main Page Mail In Registration (PDF) Exhibitor Mail In Registration (PDF)

Field School 2014

Another successful TAS Field School was conducted this summer near Columbus.  Pictures and wrap-up information will be appearing in the future, with focused coverage in the Fall TAS Newsletter.  Stay tuned…

TAS Field School 2014 Main Page Mail In Registration and Release (PDF)  

Opportunities for Teachers

Teachers -- interested in earning professional credit hours??!  Check out some options in our Teachers/Opportunities section. Information on short courses through TAS and other sponsors may be found here.

Support of TAS teacher outreach initiatives has been provided by the Texas Historical Foundation.

Texas Historical Foundation
Gustav's Library - Click to view site in a new window Gustav's Library
Texas Archeological Society Members - 10% discount;
see Gustav's Library ad in Bulletin or check in Member Area for instructions
Texas Beyond History - click to view site in a new window. Texas Beyond History
The Virtual Museum of Texas Cultural Heritage

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