– Arizona Archaeological & Historical Society Lecture, June 20 (Tucson)
University Medical Center, DuVal Auditorium, 1501 N. Campbell Ave. Karen R. Adams of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center and R. Emerson Howell of the UA talk about “Corn Varieties Grown by Native American Groups Today: Relevance to Archaeology.” 7:30-9 p.m. Free. 577-6079.
– The Public Is Invited to Join in Expert-Led Tours of Archaeological Sites (Albuquerque)
Most people have at least some interest in archaeology and anthropology, and it only takes a little push for that interest to become a passion, the deputy director of the state Division of Archaeological Studies says. Eric Blinman said providing that push is one reason private support groups for the division and the New Mexico Museum of Indian Arts and Culture offer expert-led tours of archaeological sites open to both the public and their members.
– Piecing history together – Colorado archaeologists are knee-deep in the hunt for clues to the continent’s first inhabitants.
– Holbrook Council Support Sought For Proposed LCRV Heritage Area