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October Dinner details
Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Old Pecos Trail Cafe


Dinner:                      5:00 PM

Our October Meeting is
Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Old Pecos Trail Cafe



Meeting:                   7:15 PM
Lecture:                    7:30 PM

AIA  Spearker:
Scott Fitzpatrick
Subject: “How Oceanographic Effects Influenced the Prehistoric Colonization of Islands: a Pacific-Caribbean Comparison"

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The Santa Fe Archaeological Society (SFAS), founded in 1900, is one of the oldest archaeological societies in North America.  It became a chapter of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) in 1916, and remains the only AIA chapter in New Mexico.

The purpose of the SFAS is "to promote archaeological research, to stimulate the love of art, and to contribute to the higher culture of the Southwest".

During its first century, the chapter has gone from being combined with the state archeological society, to being an adjunct with the Museum of New Mexico, and then coupled with the School of American Research.  It became a separate organization in 1971 and boasts a membership that is widely traveled in world archaeology.

>>> IMPORTANT DUES NOTICE <<<

It is important for those wishing to renew or join the SFAS that local dues are paid at the first meeting of the current year.  This will assure you will be on the membership list for future meetings and be included in the Society’s membership booklet.  Dues are $15.00 per person. Notices will be sent by email.  If you do not use email and require postal mail notifications, then please add an additional $10.00 to your dues (for a total of $25.00).   If you cannot attend the September 9th lecture PLEASE mail a check at your earliest convenience to the Society at PO Box 31603, Santa Fe, NM 87594.  Remember that you must also be a member of the Archaeological Institute of America.

Read the President’s Letter from Tim Maxwell

Updated October 03, 2014

The Santa Fe Archaeological Society. PO Box 31603, Santa Fe, NM 87594

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