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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

General Meeting Announcement for Hill Country Archeological Association – A Zoom Meeting

Date/Time: Saturday, May 15, 2021, 1:00 pm. Zoom “doors open” at 12:30 pmPresentation Title: Locating and Recording Lost Cemeteries of the Hill CountrySpeaker: Jenny McWilliams, Cemetery Preservation Program Coordinator, Texas Historical Commission Here is the Zoom Link for this presentation: https://us05web.zoom.us/j/88190217812?pwd=eXRYYlNuYVhUd0x1VDVVckg3WWp3UT09

General Meeting, May 15, 2021 via ZOOM

General Meeting Announcement for Hill Country Archeological Association – A Zoom Meeting Date/Time: Saturday, May 15, 2021, 1:00 pm. Zoom “doors open” at 12:30 pm Presentation Title: Locating and Recording Lost Cemeteries of the Hill Country Speaker: Jenny McWilliams, Cemetery Preservation Program Coordinator, Texas Historical Commission Abstract: Bio: Jenny McWilliams … Read More

2021 TAS Field School in Kerrville, June 12-19

HCAA has joined forces with TAS to conduct the 2021 TAS Field School in Kerrville! The Texas Archeological Society is hosting the 2021 annual Field School on a private ranch just west of Kerrville (TAS 2021 Field School). This private property is 88 acres in size and borders the Guadalupe … Read More

HCAA Discovers Paleoindian Points in Kerr County!

The Texas Historical Commission has just posted a YouTube story of our discovery of 14 ancient St Mary’s Hall Points near bison bone and a cooking hearth during excavations in Kerr county. This exciting story is told by Steve Stoutamire and can be viewed by clicking Texas Archeology Month 2020 … Read More

Back to Bondage: The Story of the Sugarland 95

Presentation by: Reign Clark, Catrina Whitley, and Ron Ralph This is a fascinating and detailed archeological study of 95 African American convicts buried in a cemetery at the Bullhead Convict Labor Camp in Sugarland, Texas (41FB355). These convicts died during forced labor in sugarcane fields in the period from 1875 … Read More

Notice of Field Work

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In an effort to keep HCAA membership apprised of our association’s current status, following is an update of HCAA field activities: In early March of this year, field work at CWR was suspended due to COVID-19. In early May exploratory efforts were made with a small crew going back out … Read More

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