The North Texas Archeological Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of archeological research, the preservation of archeological materials and sites, the interpretation and publication of the data pertaining thereto, and educating the general public about archeology.
Professional and avocational archeologists gather monthly for member meetings and throughout the year for excavations, special projects, and events. NTAS is a family friendly organization. Students of all ages and experience levels are welcome.
It's the end of the year. Don't forget to renew your NTAS membership!
Dr. Charles Frederick - Mima (Pimple) Mounds in Texas
This talk will explore the world of mima mounds, ideas on how they form, and how spatially and temporally dynamic vegetation change may dramatically affect the context of prehistoric materials left upon their surface.
Did you miss last month's Speaker Presentation? No problem! Our monthly presentations are now available on YouTube for everyone to see.
Do you have field projects that you could use a hand with? NTAS would love to help!
Whether it's for field, lab, or reporting assistance, our society has a talented group of volunteers ready to help. Please email any inquiries and/or project information to Catrina Banks-Whitley at email@example.com.
The Texas Archeology Society has released the 2021 schedule for their archeology academies. This year's courses include:
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We are looking for photos from events like tours or public outreach events, monthly meetings, social gatherings like past Christmas parties, etc. These will be used for the website and social media. Please email the photos and a brief description of their content to Annaliese Sonntag at firstname.lastname@example.org.