Thank you for supporting the HCAA!
Memberships and Donations are much appreciated. HCAA is a non-profit volunteer organization of professional and avocational archeologists serving seven counties: Kerr, Kimble, Kendall, Gillespie, Bandera, Real and Edwards.
The Mission of Hill Country Archeological Association (HCAA) shall be to bring together persons with an active interest in the archeology, prehistoric and historic heritage of the Hill Country of Texas in an atmosphere conducive to the exchange of information and ideas. HCAA’s Mission is to survey and record details about archeologically significant sites before they are lost to collectors and the rapidly increasing development of our Hill Country area. To accomplish this more effectively, we strive to educate, cultivate public interest about the history and prehistory of this area via our community offerings.
Be sure to complete your membership application, available online or print version.
Then simply follow instructions to pay online here or by mail for membership and donations.
There are many membership levels to choose from, such as Student, Individual, Family, Life, Corporate/Business. Scroll with drop-down arrow to choose your membership option.
You may donate to any of these funds:
- General Operating Fund
- Tom Miller Archeological Research Fund
- Paul Smith Scholarship Fund
- Beadles-Rector Fund
Explore with us!
Learn with us!
Document with us!
Make history with us!
HCAA, PO Box 290393, Kerrville, TX, 78029-0393
Membership Dues & Donations are Tax Deductible Membership/Donation forms are also in our online
newsletter and at HCAA general meetings and events.
The Hill Country Archeological Association is classified as a Section 501 (c) (3) organization under the Internal Revenue Code.