Dear Members, Coastal Environments, Inc. is hiring a staff archeologist for their Corpus Christi office. Please click this post for an active link to the job posting. CEI Job Posting
Dear CTA members, It's that time of year. Head over to the "Become a Member" page for an updated membership form and link to pay through Square. Please note the updated membership categories/fees as approved by the membership during the Spring 2017 CTA meeting. Have questions? Contact CTA Treasurer, Julie ...Read More
Members, please see the below message from Dr. Selden: Greetings colleagues, The National Forests and Grasslands in Texas and the Center for Regional Heritage Research would like to invite you to participate in a large public archaeology/outreach opportunity from February 18 – March 3, 2018 (two one-week sessions) to test ...Read More
The CTA is now on Facebook! Like our page here.
The date and location for the spring meeting have been confirmed: April 5-6 at the LCRA Redbud Trail facility in Austin. More details will be provided as these become available.
The Fall 2017 CTA Newsletter is hot off the digital press! Get your copy here or head on over to the 'About CTA' tab and select 'Newsletters'. *The link is not active on the front page. Click the title of this post for the active link*
The CTA is now soliciting table sponsors or donations for the CTA Fall Social occurring on Friday, October 20 in conjunction with the annual TAS Meeting in Grapevine, Texas. Reservations are limited, so please go to this link, scroll down to 2017 Fall CTA Social, and reserve today. The table fee is ...Read More
Dear CTA members, As the TAS annual meeting draws near, we wanted to provide you with some additional details regarding the CTA's next 'professional development' training session. Curation Training Part I will be held on Friday, October 20th from 1:30-5pm and will cover concepts, philosophies, and approaches. Part One is very strongly ...Read More
All: Check out the Spring 2017 newsletter! Go to the Newsletters page of the website or just click here!
....the Frost Town Archeological Project in Downtown Houston! The Texas Department of Transportation, Prewitt and Associates, Inc., and the Houston Archeological Society conducted a data recovery project in conjunction with the replacement of Elysian Viaduct. The project impacted the remains of the Frost Town community, a ca. 1830s German immigrant ...Read More