2017 Archaeology Conference
April 27th-30th at The Resort at Cypress Hills Center Block, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park (SK side) Co-Hosted by the SaskatchewanRead more.
WRITTEN IN STONE: A Look at Traditional Stone Masonry and Early Calgary Quarries
WRITTEN IN STONE: A Look at Traditional Stone Masonry and Early Calgary Quarries Join us March 30th for a freeRead more.
Castrum Cumidava in the Context of the Roman Occupation of Dacia
April 20, 2016. University of Calgary Room ES 162. 7:30pm Dr. Álvaro Ibarra, College of Charleston The emperor Trajan completed hisRead more.
From the Desert to the Plains: A Paleoethnobotanical Research Program
February 17, 2016. University of Calgary Room ES 162. 7:30pm Dr. Glenn Stuart, University of Saskatchewan In this presentation, Dr. StuartRead more.
Aboriginal response on the plains to the Hudson’s Bay Company pemmican trade, 1780-1879
January 20, 2016. University of Calgary Room ES 443. 7:30pm George Colpitts, University of Calgary Scholars are presently divided over theRead more.
Life and Death in the Napoleonic Era Royal Navy stationed at English Harbour, Antigua, West Indies
November 18, 2015. University of Calgary Room ES 443. 7:30pm Dr. Tamara Varney, Lakehead University Nearly two decades of investigationRead more.
Check out our Summer Schedule!
We have field trips and information booths set up at various events
Glenbow Field Project: May-June (Mondays-Thursdays; excl. Victoria Day)
Read our ongoing blog on the site!
Cluny Fortified Village: May 23- June 23rd (ASA Field trip June 3rd)
Brazeau Survey: May 27-28th (Visit Strathcona Center for more)
Cluny Field Trip: June 3rd
Bearspaw Historical Society: June 24th
Calgary Stampede Week: July 7th-16th
Fish Creek Parks Day: July 15th at Bow Valley Ranch Restaurant, Fish Creek Provincial Park
Chimney Coulee: August 8th
Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference: September 21-24th
We hope you all enjoyed the 2017 Conference and AGM. Thank you to all attendees, speakers, and volunteers.
Thank you to all who came to our Stones & Bones event! We hope you enjoyed and learned a lot about Alberta’s past.
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