Due to the threat posed by the COVID-19 virus, the board of the Hill Country Archeological Association has canceled the upcoming General Meeting scheduled for next Saturday, March 21st. The board desires to protect its members and visitors from the threat posed by this virus at our public meeting. We … Read More
Be part of our growing organization whose mission and passion is to study and preserve the Texas Hill Country’s prehistoric and historic heritage, and to educate the public about archeology. The Board of Directors is conducting a survey to identify additional volunteers. (If having difficulty submitting survey online, open in … Read More
General Meeting – March 21, 2020 // Locating Lost Cemeteries of the Hill Country
Kerrville Genealogical Society Meeting – January 15, 2020 – Topic: The Neunhoffer Family arrival in the United States and their contributions to our Country, State, and local communities
CWR, A Newly Discovered Paleo Indian and Multicomponent Site In Kerr County, Texas – General Mtg 1-18-2020
HCAA has joined forces with Texas Archeological Society to conduct the 2020 TAS Field School in Kerrville! The Texas Archeological Society has designated the 2020 annual Field School to be on a private ranch just west of Kerrville. This private property is 88 acres in size and borders the Guadalupe River near Bear Creek.
General Mtg, 11/16/19 “Mesoamerican Stone Artifacts: Interesting Rocks & Where to Find them”
Raffle Items – Upcoming Meeting – Sept 21, 2019
General Meeting, September 21, 2019-The Upper Paleolithic of Texas: The Early Human Occupation of the Gault Site
In December 2018, HCAA crew members began to perform hand excavations at CWR, a privately-owned ranch in west Kerr County. Since then we’ve uncovered a remarkably rich trove of artifacts, tools, bones, mussel shells, ochre, charcoal, and items that are not normally sourced (found naturally) in the area . . .