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
The Spring 2017 Meeting of the CTA will be held on April 7, 2017 at Camp Mabry in Austin. The afternoon social will also be held as usual at the picnic area at Camp Mabry. Please keep an eye out for more information in the Spring newsletter. Also, through the gracious ...Read More
Go to our publications page to take a look at a special edition of the Archeological Journal of the Texas Prairie-Savannah on the pottery of the Harrell Site (41YN1), in Young County Texas.
Hi ya’ll, The CTA Governmental Affairs Committee presented information at the fall meeting last week on a number of issues for which there is additional information online. The committee is providing the following links for membership review to keep you appraised. Federal plans/actions: · There is an interesting look at ...Read More
The JTAH.org is very pleased to announce our collaboration with Dr. Robert Z. Selden Jr., Center for Regional Heritage Research at Stephen F. Austin State University, to publish a series of Data Papers. This series of data papers is focused on research of 3D geometric morphometrics analysis of pottery using ...Read More
Hello all: I'd like to announce a new Contractor's List chair, who will succeed Shelly Fischbeck in that role. Dr. Erin Phillips, of Coastal Environments, Inc. will now be in charge of the Contractor's List. She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.