COMMUNITY NEWS – STAA Quarterly Meeting, UTSA, January 28, 2018

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The STAA Quarterly Meeting will be held on Saturday, January 27, 2018, at the University of Texas at San Antonio located at 15 Paseo Principal, San Antonio, Texas. The meeting will be held in the Travis Room in the H-E-B University Center South Building. Dr. Thomas R. Hester will present … Read More

Frontier Days, October 20 & 21, 2017 Grand Success!

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COMMUNITY NEWS​ ​ Frontier Days, October 20 & 21, Grand Success! Here are some pics of HCAA’s participation in this awesome annual event! There were 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. … Read More

Frontier Days, Fort Martin Scott, October 20 & 21, 2017

​ 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

Texas Archeology Society Bulletins donated to HCAA!

Another generous donation has been received by the HCAA from Mr. Marvin Glasgow.  Mr. Glasgow delivered hard copies of annual bulletins for the Texas Archeology Society covering over the last 30 years. These valuable publications will be used by the HCAA in its educational programs and for HCAA members to … Read More

K-12 Summer Institute Symposium (2017), sponsored by Texas A&M University

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

Lithic Collection Donated to HCAA

“A very generous donation was recently made to the HCAA by Mr. Marvin Glasgow of Willow Park, Texas. His lithic collection included diagnostic dart and arrow points covering Early Archaic through Late Prehistoric time periods as well as numerous tools such as scrapers, choppers, utilized flakes, etc. All of the … Read More

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