NEXT MEETING: 6:00 PM, Wednesday, September 18, 2019, at the Roundup Lodge in San Lorenzo (Mimbres Valley). The season's last potluck, followed by general meeting, then our Featured Speaker: Human Systems Research Associate Director and archaeologist Karl Laumbach discusses his experiences in "The Elk Ridge Story."

NEXT FIELD TRIP = SPECIAL! Friday, October 4, 2019, join the Amerind Museum Curator's Tour at 1 PM in Dragoon AZ! $8/person. Tour is limited to 30 people maximum so sign up ASAP. Go to our Events page & scroll down for sign-up info & trip details.

Paleoindian-Era: Use of Wild Potatoes
Volunteer Opportunities in Tucson via Archaeology Southwest

Guest Authors and Photographers Welcome!

Petroglyph of mysteryThis here blog is always looking for content related to all things archaeological. We would like very much to include as many different voices as we can. How about yours?

Do you have an archaeologically-related event to announce? IMG_1465

Do you want to discuss an interesting book or article?

Would you like to write something about archaeologically-related issues that are close to your heart?

Your blog post can be as short as one sentence, or as long as you want to make it. Photos are greatly appreciated. Your Faithful Webmaster is available to help edit, if desired.

We encourage GCAS members to contribute to their website, but you don't have to be a GCAS member to submit a post. For example, Marcia Corl, the first guest photographer featured on this site, is a member of the El Paso Archaeological Society. (Thanks again, Marcia!)

Students are also welcome to join in the blog-posting fun, and we'd be happy to hear from professional archaeologists who have something to share with all us amateurs.

IMG_1466Do you want to make a post, but don't know what to write about? Your Faithful Webmaster has several topics of interest, including: (1) writing a profile of an archaeologist practicing in the region; (2) featuring a county- or state-level archaeology group in New Mexico or the US Southwest; (3) reporting on a current issue in archaeology; (4) describing a recent field trip to an area of interest; or (5) showcasing your favorite photos. We can help you frame a post for maximum impact.

What do you say? Please contact Your Faithful Webmaster at and we will talk more! IMG_1565

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