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President:
Brian Fritz
Secretary/Treasurer:
Amanda Valko

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THIS WEEK IN PENNSYLVANIA ARCHAEOLOGY

Pennsylvania Archaeological Council

Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology

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The Society of Pennsylvania Archaeology was chartered in 1929 to promote the study and preservation of archaeological resources in Pennsylvania. As the first organized local chapter of the Society, the Allegheny Chapter has enjoyed a long and productive history promoting and preserving the archaeology of western Pennsylvania.

The Allegheny Chapter offers many interesting activities to its members, including monthly presentations, archaeological investigations, and field trip opportunities. Meetings are free and open to the public, and no previous archaeological experience is needed.

Allegheny County has some of western Pennsylvania’s most interesting archaeological attractions. The county is home to several prominent museums including the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, the Senator John Heinz History Center, and the Fort Pitt Museum. In addition, many professional archaeological excavations have been conducted in Allegheny County, including investigations of Fort Pitt, the McKees Rocks burial mound, the Blawnox Indian village site, and a prehistoric rockshelter located in North Park.

We are also on Facebook as the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology Allegheny Chapter #1

 
Monthly Meetings 

The Allegheny Chapter holds monthly meetings at which regional experts present on various topics of archaeology, anthropology, history, and other related disciplines. THE MEETINGS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Lectures are held on the first Tuesday of the month starting at 7:00 pm, while Parkway closures continue, except for January, July, and August.

Meetings are currently held at the Michael Baker Corporation office located at:

100 Airside Drive
Airside Business Park
Moon Township, PA 15108

See the Monthly Speaker page for details on upcoming speakers.

 
Membership Information
Membership to the Allegheny Chapter can be obtained by mailing a check to Secretary/Treasurer Amanda Valko:

Amanda Valko
116 E. Englewood Avenue
New Castle, PA 16105

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Life - $150.00
Sustaining - $20.00
Active Individual - $10.00
Active Couple - $16.00
Student - $8.00
Institutional - $16.00

 
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