Message #419:
From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 
Subject: The Petroglyph (Newsletter of the AZ Archaeological Society)
Date: Sun, 22 Dec 1996 22:18:58 -0700
Encoding: MIME-Version: 1.0


Lost for holiday ideas and behind schedule ?  What a great present to
give between Christmas and the Feast of the Epiphany (Orthodox
Christmas) !! -- The Arizona Archaeological Society publishes a
newsletter, and, for a mere $20 (individual) you can sign up a friend to
join the organization and receive the newsletter.  The address is :
Arizona Archaeological Society, P.O. Box 9665, Phoenix AZ 85068. 

The editors of the Petroglyph are:
Linda Trujillo, 2003 W Mesquite Drive, Chandler AZ 85224-1733; (602)
441-7217
Vicki Erhart vicki_erhart@spshqqm.sps.mot.com; 2783 West Ironwood
Drive, Chandler AZ 85224; (602)821-9523

There are 18 chapters of the Arizona Archaeological Society (Overgaard;
Springerville; Safford; Cave Creek/Carefree; Globe; LakeHavasu; Winslow;
Fredonia; Apache Junction; Kingman; Flagstaff; Phoenix; Roosevelt;
Tucson/Green Valley; Payson; Sedona; Prescott).  The December 1996
newsletter contains a wealth of information on archaeology in Arizona,
field trips and classes.  The AAS State-wide meeting will be held at
Apacheland on January 18-19, 1997, in Apache Junction, AZ.  Since it is
the season for winter visitors, space will be limited.  To find out
about motel reservations, call the Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce
at (602) 982-3141, or, hunt up Arizona Webhub  for Internet 
information about lodging and activities in this region.