Message #74:

From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG

To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 

Date: Fri, 7 Feb 1997 14:24:30 -0700 (MST)

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To: azarch@aztec.asu.edu

Subject: Arizona Archaeological Council





From: T. Kathleen Henderson



The Arizona Archaeological Council (AAC) is a nonprofit voluntary

association that exists for the purpose of maintaining and promoting the

goals of professional archaeology in the State of Arizona. The AAC is

dedicated to preserving Arizona's historic and prehistoric archaeological

resources through education and advocacy.



Toward this end, the AAC publishes a quarterly newsletter, the last one of

which was sent out in January 1997. This issue included news of the

organization, a membership renewal notice, several announcements (e.g., call

for Pecos Conference Papers, AZSITE Consortium meeting), a summary of the

results of the 1996 Prescott Ceramic Conference, and current research

summaries from Archaeological Research Services (ADOT surveys across the

state), Kinlani Archaeology (surveys on the Apache-Sitgreaves National

Forests), Northland Research (Grewe  ite), Roadrunner Archaeology (Los

Hornos), the Sierra Ancha Cliff Dwelling Documentation Project, and

Statistical Research (work in and around Fort Huachuca). A copy of the

by-laws of the AAC was also included.



You can receive the newsletter and, more important, be a member of the AAC

for only $15.00 (annually). To join the organization write to: Nina

Swidler,AAC Treasurer, 1455 E. Linda Vista Drive, Flagstaff, AZ 86004.



If you have questions about the newsletter or its content, contact the

editor Kathy Henderson at 602-894-0020, drtkh@aol.com, or write at

Northland Research, Inc., 2308 S. Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85281.



The next newsletter will be out in April, 1997; the due date for submissions

to it is Friday, March 28, 1997.