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Reminder – HCAA General Meeting, with Raffle – May 21, 2022

Note: two dart point reproductions, a Pedernales and a Montell, will be raffled at this meeting. See below. Our upcoming speaker will be Jessica Lee Hamlin. She is excited to tell us about Shumla’s newest cutting-edge endeavor, the Hearthstone Project. It is a comprehensive study and documentation of prehistoric art … Read More

HCAA General Meeting – May 21, 2022

Our upcoming speaker will be Jessica Lee Hamlin. She is excited to tell us about Shumla’s newest cutting-edge endeavor, the Hearthstone Project. It is a comprehensive study and documentation of prehistoric art in the Lower Pecos Canyonlands of Texas and adjacent Mexico. Title: HEARTHSTONE PROJECT – The Next Step in … Read More

Announcement: 2022 TAS Field School, June 11-18, 2022!!

HCAA has teamed up again with The Texas Archeological Society to return to Kerrville for the 2022 Field School! JUNE 11-18, 2022 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN SEE THE MAIN FIELD SCHOOL PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND LINKS  We are excited to return to the prospects and learning opportunities offered at the archeological … Read More

HCAA General Meeting – March 19, 2022

Attention: Note time and location! Location: Union Church, 101 Travis Street, Kerrville TX 78028 Time: Doors open at 11 am. Program to begin at 11:30 am. Title: The Jack Allen Site:  The 1969-1970 Investigations at a Pickett-Post house in the Texas Panhandle: Explorations in Cultural Variations Speaker: Christopher Lintz, PhD. … Read More

Field Trip to San Antonio Museum of Art

You Are Invited On a Field Trip, November 20th! Sponsored by: Hill Country Archeological Association “Nature, Power, and Mayan Royals” What are we doing? The HCAA November General meeting will be a field trip to the San Antonio Museum of Art to view the fascinating new exhibit, “Nature, Power, and … Read More

General Mtg Sept 18, 2021 – Presentation Video Available

The latest general meeting’s video is now available! Just click the button below for all those who were unable to attend our general meeting September 18 or just want to revisit “Interpretations On The Technological Variability in Clovis Lanceolates.” The speaker was Sergio Ayala, Gault School of Archaeological Research at … Read More

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