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

General Meeting: TAS Field School, 2021: A Report by HCAA Participants – July 17, 2021

HCAA will have a LIVE-Onsite General Meeting on Saturday, July 17, 2021 Location: Union Church, 107 Travis St, Kerrville 78028 Doors open at 12 noon, Program begins at 1pm. The presentation will be “TAS Field School, 2021: A Report by HCAA Participants.” After a year hiatus, the annual Texas Archeological … Read More

General Meeting, May 15, 2021 via ZOOM

General Meeting Announcement for Hill Country Archeological Association – A Zoom Meeting Abstract: Bio: Jenny McWilliams works for the Texas Historical Commission as the Cemetery Preservation Program Coordinator. Her position includes answering inquiries about cemetery law, access issues, cemetery maintenance, preservation, protection and recording. As the Cemetery Program Coordinator, Jenny … Read More

General Meeting, March 20, 2021 via ZOOM

General Meeting Announcement for Hill Country Archeological Association. A Joint Zoom Meeting with the Houston Archeological Society, on March 20, 2021 Date/Time: Saturday, March 20, 2021, 1:00 pm. Zoom “doors open” at 12:30 pm Presentation Title: The Lone Oak Site: A 12,000 Year Occupation in Northern Colorado County, Texas. Speaker: … 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

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