HAS is a non-profit organization that serves the professional, student and avocational archeological community of Houston. The HAS offers research, historic property (prehistoric and historic) site assessments, archeological survey and excavation opportunities, education and outreach programs and research publications.
Panhandle Archaeological Society (PAS) members are dedicated to preserving and protecting the cultural and natural resources of the Texas panhandle and adjacent areas, and to promoting education and community involvement in the history, prehistory, and natural environment of the Texas Panhandle and adjacent areas.
The BBAS is a place to bring people with an active interest in the cultural heritage of the Big Bend region together. We actively promote the preservation and conservation of archeological and historic resources of the region, and actively discourage the destruction of the cultural heritage that occurs through such things as relic collecting, unscientific digging, and illegal importation and commercial trade in archeological materials.
The STAA is a regional scientific and educational organization for individuals and groups interested in the archaeology, ethnohistory and prehistory of south-central and southern Texas. The association was established in December 1973 with about 45 members and rapidly grew to a continuing level of about 450 individuals.
The HCAA is a volunteer organization that works with local landowners to investigate and record prehistoric and historic archeological sites on their property; and with local organizations, schools and colleges to teach about the archeology of the area. We also provide a venue for the students and general public to become involved with studying and recording the remains of those who came before us.
The SAA is an international organization dedicated to research about and interpretation and protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas. SAA represents professional and avocational archaeologists, archaeology students and archaeologists working at Tribal agencies, museums, government agencies, and the private sector.
The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is the world's oldest and largest archaeological organization. Members include professional archaeologists, students, and enthusiasts, all united by their passion for archaeology and its role in furthering human knowledge.
North Texas Archeological Society
P.O. Box 24679, Ft. Worth, Texas 76124
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