The Society is pleased to announce that we received a grant from the L-A-D Foundation to reinstate our popular training program. This one-week program is tentatively scheduled for June 22–26, 2020. The program is in partnership with the Mark Twain National Forest. It will be … Read More
The 2020 Spring Meeting of the MAS will be at the Radisson Hotel in Branson on April 17–19. The Radisson is in the heart of Branson and amenities include heated indoor and outdoor pools; on-site parking, bar, and restaurant; a workout facility; and wi-fi. Sleeping … Read More
The 2019 Fall Symposium will be Saturday, September 7 in Revere, Missouri at Battle of Athens State Historic Site, the location of the most northernmost Civil War battle west of the Mississippi River. The theme for Archaeology Month 2019 is Vessels of the Past. Morning … Read More
September will mark the 23rd year that the MAS has celebrated Archaeology Month in Missouri. Will you, your chapter, or other entity be hosting an Archaeology Month event? If so, please see the Arch_Month_ planning_form_2019. Returning this completed form (or just the requested details of … Read More
Are you an educator? Practice the basics of scientific inquiry using archaeological data through Project Archaeology. Three new workshops have been scheduled for Jefferson_City, Kansas_City, and St._Joseph. Learn how archaeologists investigate and interpret past cultures and peoples. Most importantly, learn how to incorporate this into … Read More
The MAS is soliciting bids for the printing and distribution of our 2019 Archaeology Month poster. Please see the poster_RFP for more information.
Do you like to collect arrowheads? Learn more about them by attending our lithic identification workshop on April 7 in Camdenton. This workshop hosted by Jack H. Ray will focus on the identification of 53 projectile point types found in Missouri and areas that border … Read More
Welcome to the new website for the Missouri Archaeological Society (MAS), beautifully created by the Jonesen company. Our old website was built in 2007 and a lot has changed since then. Even though we study the past, we shouldn’t be living in it; a new … Read More