FOAS makes contribution to the newly opened Clark County Museum in honor of the memory of former member Jeff Stoner. The money is to be used to provide educational programming for archaeology. Bett Etenohan, FOAS, shown here giving check to Jeannie Burke, Clark County Museum.
The Saturday May 13 meeting of FOAS will feature Mike Linderman who is the Site Director at Angel Mounds. He is in possession of the personal photos/slides of Glenn and Ida Black that details their life during the early excavations at Angel Mound and some of the trips they took with Eli Lilly and wife, and will present a slide presentation to us on this subject. The meeting runs from 2-4 pm and will be held in the auditorium of the Falls of the Ohio State Park Interpretive Center in Clarksville, Indiana.
Our newsletter for October is up! The Gaslight festival was a huge success again this year, with quite a few remarkable finds from the Conrad Seaton House. We are also still working on excavation materials from Division Street School and the Clark County Museum. Anyone
who would like to help can contact Bett to set up a time.
Next meeting is this Saturday, October 8th. Anne Bader will be going over projectile point types and identification.
Download here: October Bits and Pieces