At Foas, we strive to legally and ethically promote the exchange of information on the prehistoric and historic heritage of the Falls region among professional archaeologists, students, avocational archaeologists and collectors, professionals in other disciplines (historians, teachers, etc.), Native Americans, and other members of the interested public. We are part of an on-going story in the Falls region!
Come to the next FOAS meeting, Saturday November 9 2-4 to hear Dr. Michael Strezewski of University of Southern Indiana discuss the Mann Site. Located in Posey County, this Middle Woodland Site has mounds and earthworks. See how it is related to regional Native American cultures. The meeting will be held at the Jeffersonville Indiana ...
FOAS is a Non-profit Organization that welcomes all professional and amature archaeologists, students and anyone with a passion for history and conservation. Through montly meetings, volunteer opportunies and donations, there are many ways to contribute. Your support and efforts are vital to our mission.
This group was formed in July 2002 with the intention of sharing with the public the excitement of exploration of the prehistoric and historic pasts of the Falls area in a professional and ethical manner. We welcome professional archaeologists, students, amateurs and collectors, other professionals in pertinent disciplines (such as teachers, historians, geologists, etc.), American Indians, and all among the public who share a passion for archaeology.
The geographic area of interest for this society encompasses the constricted Ohio River Valley region of north central Kentucky and southern Indiana within a one-hundred mile radius of Louisville..