Colleagues, Pat Mercado-Allinger and I were recently contacted by Lynne Sebastian (the archeologist representative on the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation) about an initiative she is developing to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act which will be coming up in 2016. Pat and I met with ...Read More
For your information, attached is the parking map you will need for the CTA Spring meeting on March 21st. Parking at LCRA
The CTA Spring 2014 Newsletter has been uploaded to the website. Please follow this link.
Attached are the results of the survey conducted by the Texas State University staff on the Texas Archaeological Community. Two files are included: a table of the raw data, and a summary of the results. Although there were 137 total responses, a few were clearly fabricated by the respondent, or ...Read More
The budget included in the Fall CTA newsletter does not include the 2013 budget for comparison purposes, and Carole would like to post this updated 2014 proposed budget with that information included. Copies will be available at the Fall meeting. 2014 proposed CTA Budget
Please click on the link below or navigate to the Newsletter page to download the latest CTA newsletter. Please note there is a large digital poster attached to the back of the newsletter, and this may affect the display of the newsletter on your screen. Zooming in will allow you ...Read More
The faculty and staff at Texas State University are making a proposal to the university to start an anthropology PhD program and wanted to collect some basic demographic data on the state of the field in Texas. They have created a survey to include with the proposal, and would like ...Read More
Please note that we have several new additions to the CTA Publications page, including three years of the Archeological Journal of the Texas Prairie-Savannah, edited by Jesse Todd, and a recent paper on four sites in Madison County by Bill Moore. Check it out!
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The Arkansas Archeological Survey has developed a new website on the Arkansas Novaculite outcrops in western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma. Here is the website: http://arkarcheology.uark.edu/novaculite/index.html