The next monthly meeting of the Houston Archeological Society will be held on Thursday, May 20th via ZOOM and YouTube Livestream. This month’s program will feature a presentation by Steve Stoutamire from the Hill Country Archeological Association who will speak on 41KR754 in Kerr County. Steve will also discuss the … Read More
Date/Time: Thursday, January 21, 2021, 7 pm Presentation Title: The Anthropology of Hunting Speaker: Wilson “Dub” Crook Abstract: In his presentation, Dub will discuss hunting tactics for dangerous big game (elephant, mammoth, mastodon, buffalo, bears, big cats), plains game (antelope, deer, elk, caribou), mountain game (sheep, goats, ibex), and small … Read More
Note!!! An interesting learning opportunity for us starting now!!! The Archeology Channel is hosting the International Film Festival online for the first time in 17 years. The opportunity to view the films will take place between May 13-17th. You will need to register for a virtual ticket, a nominal fee, … Read More
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.
Friday, October 20, 2017, 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. Saturday, October 21, 2017, 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. Two days of continuous Living History featuring Military, Frontier Lawmen, Native Americans and Civilians representing the fort’s active time period with special events for children. Friday is School Day with planned … Read More
The HCAA recently took part in a symposium for Texas elementary and high school teachers held in Kerrville the week of July 24th. This event is sponsored by Texas A & M University and is called The K-12 Summer Institute. It is focused on further training of teachers in science … Read More
Abstracts of Talks: First Speaker – Robert Lassen’s presentation is titled “History and Archaeology at Folsom, New Mexico, and Its Lasting Effects on Our Understanding of the Initial Peopling of the Americas.” Essentially, he will begin with the controversy surrounding the peopling of the Americas in the start of … Read More