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 library on Court Avenue. The presentation is free and open to the public.
We’ve just updated our website look!earlier this year, we ran into some issue with our web host which took our site down and some data was lost during that time. We’ve recovered as much as we could and used this to revamp the entire site for a more streamlined look. We’ll be re-adding the galleries and possibly other features in the future.
In the meantime, it is September which means Archaeology Month is upon us! Please check out Kyopa.org for events happening in town. We’ll also be at Gaslight Festival this week as well, with a booth outside the Corn Island Archaeology office.
Recently during one of our September meetings, Keith Keeney from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers talked about ARPA – The Archaeological Resources Protection Act spoke to our group. He showed the group how to interpret the law. For those who missed it, his Power Point presentation can be now be downloaded here.
Download Link: FOAS ARPA Presentation
The Clark County Museum needs our help with this fundraiser. Thanks! Barb
The Clark County Museum, Inc. is participating again this year In the Give For Good Louisville campaign. This is on SEPTEMBER 13th from midnight to midnight. If you’d like to donate to the museum, simply google Give For Good Louisville and search for Clark County Museum. (Or click this link.) When you are on the page, you will see our message and a donate button. You can make a secure online donation on Give For Good Louisville.
If you would like to help us raise more funds to help our mission, please consider forwarding our site information to people in your contact list who might be willing to donate. Even $10.00 would be gratefully received!
Thank you so much!
Our new journals are finally here! Currents of Change vol. 9 features the life and findings of E.Y. Guernsey who conducted extensive work in the Falls and Clark County region. Email email@example.com to get your copy.
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
Our next newsletter is out! If you are not currently on the mailing list, then it’s available for download here: Bits and Pieces August 2016.
Also our next meeting is this Saturday the 13th, at Clark County Museum. Hope to see you there!
The Falls of the Ohio State Park is in need of some extra hands to help with it’s upcoming event, Clark Days at Falls of the Ohio SP. “Celebrate the life and times of George Rogers Clark with Falls of the Ohio State Park on June 27 and 28. George Rogers Clark Days will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at the George Rogers Clark Home Site, 1102 W. Harrison Ave., Clarksville.”
We are in Need of some volunteers to help support the George Rogers Clark Days:
Sunday, both shifts are our greatest need, but we could also use some help on both shifts Saturday.
If you are able and willing, we would love to see you at this worthwhile event, even if you can only spare a few hours, you would be of great help.
There will be a 100 gallon cooler with ice for volunteers to put their lunch or drinks in. Be sure to check in with me when you arrive. I will be located under the kids activity tent. The volunteer log in book will be there as well. If you like, you can park your car at the Interpretive Center, and Alan will shuttle volunteers back and forth.
Please contact Dale Brown if you are interested.