Online Lecture Series on Regional Rock Art with Dr. James Keyser. For at least the last 8,000 years, Indians living in what is now Montana and surroundings carved and painted images
representing their vision quests, shamanic rituals, hunting practices, and war honors. Click here for
2017 Annual Montana Archaeological Society Meeting
April 13-16, Holiday Inn Downtown, Missoula
Montana Archaeology Month is an annual celebration that encourages Montanans to learn more about the rich cultural and archaeological heritage of our state. Exhibits, lectures, demonstrations, and other activities are scheduled throughout the state at museums, historic sites, state parks, libraries, and universities to celebrate this special month.
Montana Archaeology Month is coordinated by the Montana Archaeological Society and supported by the Montana State Historic Preservation Office.