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Sep 1 - MAS Board Meeting at 7pm, Ft. Snelling History Center, All MAS members are welcome to attend!
Sep 5 - Catch Rod Knapping, Cannon Valley Trail
Sep 12 - Archaeology at the Wood Lake Battlefield, one day public Archaeology Event (see below)
Sep 12 to 20 - Minnesota Archaeology Week (see below)
Sep 13 - Legacy Archaeology presentation at Boulder Lake Reservoir (see below)
Sep 26 - Archaeology Day, Mille Lacs Kathio State Park (see below)
Oct 6 - MAS Board Meeting at 7pm, Ft. Snelling History Center, All MAS members are welcome to attend!
Oct 17 - International Archaeology Day
Nov 3 - MAS Board Meeting at 7pm, Ft. Snelling History Center, All MAS members are welcome to attend!
Upcoming MAS Meetings:
Dec 1 - MAS Board Meeting at 7pm
Jan 5 - MAS Board Meeting at 7pm
Feb 2 - MAS Board Meeting at 7pm
Upcoming Northern Lake Archaeological Society Meetings:
Most NLAS meetings are held on the third Monday of each month (Sept - May). Meetings are held at the Superior Public
Library (1530 Tower Aver, Superior WI) from 7-8:30 pm unless otherwise noted. All meeting are free and open to the
public. For more information, call Duluth Archaeology Center at 218/624-5489 or email email@example.com or visit
Other Upcoming Events:
Sep 12 - Archaeological work to be completed at the Wood Lake Battlefield by Sigrid Arnott Consulting, LLC for the Wood
Lake Battlefield Preservation Association will be the subject of a one-day public archaeology event to be held on the site
September 12, 2015 from 1 to 5 pm. The study plans to dentify archaeological features, recover archaeological artifacts,
and interpret the findings within the context of the larger Wood Lake Battlefield historic site. The study will rely heavily on
state-of-the-art non-invasive methods including: analysis of aerial laser scanning data to model terrain elements in 3-D,
forensic analysis of ballistics, systematic metal detection and mapping of buried artifacts and features identified using
subsurface geophysical methods. During the event Dr. Douglas Scott will discuss conflict archaeology and
demonstrations of the high-technology archaeological methods used during the survey will be conducted. Project
Contacts: Sigrid Arnott (612.229.3815, firstname.lastname@example.org), David Maki (612.379.0094, email@example.com)
For information about the Lake Battlefield Preservation Association see: http://www.woodlakebattlefield.com/index.php
Sep 12 to 20 - Minnesota Archaeology Week, click on calendar for dates and times of events.
Sep 13 (Sunday) - The series of Legacy Achaeology presentations will again be offered this summer courtesy of
Minnesota Power, who sponsors the series. All presentations will be at the Boulder Lake Environmental Leaning Center
out on Boulder Lake Reservoir. The presentations will be from 1-3 pm and very informal; anyone wishing to jump in with
relevant info is welcome. If you have artifacts that you would like identified, please bring them!! For questions - please
contact Sue Mulholland at firstname.lastname@example.org. Boulder Lake Environmental Center -
Sep 24, 2015 - David L. Peterson will lecture on "Prehistory of the Eurasian Steppes”. The AIA-MN event is at 6:00pm in
the Davis Lecture Hall (Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center), Macalester College. More info at
Sep 26, 2015 - Archaeology Day at Mille Kacs Katio State Park, time: 10 AM to 4 PM. The Minnesota Archaeological
Society will host a full day of displays, demonstrations and activities highlighting archaeology and the early history of
Minnesota. Demonstrations include flint knapping, pottery making, birch bark canoe building, prehistoric cooking
techniques, traditional wild rice processing, spears & spear-throwers, a kids archery range and an opportunity to view an
archeological excavation in progress. Displays include books and pamphlets from the Minnesota Archaeological Society,
archaeology of Maritime Heritage Minnesota, St. Cloud State University, the Minnesota Historical Society and the Office
of the State Archaeologist. The directions: Go to mile post marker #221 on US Hwy 169, about 8 miles north of Onamia.
Watch for the Kathio Arrowhead sign and take County Road 26 for about a mile, to the park entrance. More Information:
Contact Jim Cummings at (320) 532-3269.
Oct 14-17, 2015 - 73rd Plains Anthropological Conference will be held in Iowa City, Iowa. More information to follow.
Oct 17, 2015 - International Archaeology Day is a celebration of Archaeology and the thrill of discovery. Each October the
AIA and archaeological organizations across the United States, Canada, and abroad present archaeological programs
and activities for people of all ages and interests. For further information, go to
Nov 5-8, 2015 - Midwest Archaeological Conference will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. More information to follow.
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