2013 Idaho’s Heritage Conference
In honor of Idaho’s territorial sesquicentennial please join us for the first ever Idaho’s Heritage Conference scheduled for September 25 – 27, 2013, in Boise.
The conference will be hosted by the Heritage Partners, a coalition of non-profit and state agency groups including the Idaho Heritage Trust, Preservation Idaho, the Idaho State Historical Society, the Idaho Association of Museums, and the Idaho Archaeological Society.
This unparalleled gathering is expected to attract as many as 200 recognized Idaho experts and professionals of archaeology, history, and preservation for a series of educational workshops, field trips, and networking. Stay tuned for more information!
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The Idaho Archaeological Society consists of five chapters located throughout the State of Idaho. Organized under the charter of the IAS, each chapter provides a range of programming that includes lectures, seminars, museum visits and field trips, among other events.
Archaeology is the scientific study of the human past through its material remains. As an environmental science that explores past human-environmental interactions, it is uniquely positioned to study long-term culture change.
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