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2017 Annual Montana Archaeological Society Meeting
April 13-16, Holiday Inn Downtown, Missoula

2017 Montana Archaeology Month Events!
**Times on the events pamphlet that was mailed out were incorrect. Please check the MAS meeting page for corrected times.**

The Archaeological Society of Alberta and the Saskatchewan Archaeological Society are co-hosting our annual archaeology conference, to be held in the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park in Saskatchewan April 27-30, 2017.

Public symposium on High Elevation Archaeology, Cody Wyoming Thursday, May 4th

Les Davis Film Update
Since MAS generously offered a $5000 matching fund to help with production of the film, we have received $1450 in donations. Thanks so much to everyone who has contributed thus far. We have a way to go, so please send contributions to:
Montana Archaeological Society
Les Davis Film
P.O. Box 1123
Manhattan, MT 59741

In the ongoing production of the Les Davis film, producer Daniel Smith is seeking anyone with stories to tell about experiences with Les, either academic or personal.
Also, we're looking for high resolution images of representative projectile points for time periods from Paleo through Late Archaic. Please let me know if you know anyone who might have good photos.
Please email:Dan Smith dan@oolitemedia.com.

Archaeology Month

April is Archaeology Month in Montana! 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.

If you would like a copy of this poster, or previous years posters contact Damon Murdo at the State Historic Preservation Office dmurdo@mt.gov.