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Hello dig fans:
We've done our best to include as many events, programs, camps, museum exhibits, and educational activities held around the country as possible. We're sure there are many more than are listed here. For more information about archaeology and palaeontology-related activities in your state, call your state archaeologist (nasa.uconn.edu) or your city chamber of commerce for guidance. If you know of an event not listed, or have any updated information, please email the webmaster.

NOTE TO DIG READERS: A valuable resource for all interested in archaeology is the SAA (Society for American Archaeology) Web site at: http://www.saa.org/publicftp/PUBLIC/fun/fun.html. Events, activities, museums, workshops, and links to other Web sites related to archaeology can be found here. Refer to this site when planning a vacation, writing a report on an archaeological topic, or, if you're a teacher, creating a lesson plan about an excavation and/or uncovered artifacts.





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