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The Idaho Archaeological Society's mission is to preserve, educate, and encourage the study of Idaho's antiquities.
PURPOSE OF THE IDAHO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY:
To unite those interested in Idaho archaeology
To promote cooperation between professional and amateur archaeologists
To promote the systematic study of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites in Idaho
To promote public education and professional scholarship relating to Idaho archaeology
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Cultural Resources Intern Opportunity
Student Conservation Association
Lowell, Oregon - April 2024 - April 2025
Field Technicians and Crew Leads Needed
Statistical Research Inc. (SRI)
Wallowa-Whitman National Forest in northeast Oregon
"Pleistocene Behavioral Landscapes of the Debed River Valley, Armenia" - Jayson P. Gill, Ph.D.
February 28, 2024 - 7pm
Boise State University Education Building - Room 109
Northwest Anthropological Conference
77th Annual Meeting
March 6-9, 2024
Society for American Archaeology
89th Annual Meeting
April 17-21, 2024
New Orleans, Louisiana
Idaho Archaeology Fair
IDAHO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC.
PO Box 1976
Boise, Idaho 83701
Archaeology is the scientific study of the human past through its material remains. As an environmental science that explores past human-environmental interactions, it is uniquely positioned to study long-term cultural change.
The IAS creates two semi-annual digital publications: Idaho Archaeologist, a professional peer-review journal; and Artifacts, a member newsletter.
Membership is the driving force behind the organization. IAS offers a variety of membership levels and some great benefitsof membership.
The student grant provides graduate students with the opportunity to apply for funding for research that pertains to the archaeology of the Great Basin or northwest plateau and has implications for the prehistory or history of Idaho.
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