to learn about archaeology, how archaeologists
                                                  2008 ARCHAEOLOGY
                                                        Sponsors/Contacts: National Park Service,         SATURDAY October 18: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                                 TUESDAY November 4: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                2008 ARCHAEOLOGY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Sponsors/Contact: Archaeological Society of           photos, audio-visual presentations and local
 interpret what they find, and why it is important      Robert Cromwell (360) 816-6253 Children, Adults Dig Oregon. Flintknapping, excavation demo,              Traditional Salish Use of the High Cascades         Central Oregon, www.ascoinfo.org                      story telling from Tribal members.
 to preserve pieces of the past. No registration                                                          and rock art for Kids from 11 am - 3 pm. Rock          by Robert Mierendorf, Archaeologist, North          Adults, Handicap Access                               Location: Tama´stslikt Cultural Institute, 72789
 is needed but each session (11 am and 2 pm) is         SATURDAY October 11: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm           Art in Oregon presentation by Dr. James Keyser         Cascades National Park Service.                                                                           Hwy 31, 4 miles east of Pendleton, OR, (541) 966-
 limited to 20 children on a first-come, first served   Dig it! Children explore the past by excavating   at 1 pm.                                               Location: Oregon Museum of Science and              SATURDAY September 20: 9 am - 3 pm                    9748
 basis. A sign-up sheet will be available at 9 am.      boxes of replica artifacts.                       Location: Oregon Historical Society,                   Industry, 1945 SE Water, Portland, OR               Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Centennial           Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Historical Society
 Location: Fort Vancouver NHS, 1001 E. 5th              Location: Mission Mill Museum,                    1200 SW Park Ave., Portland, OR                        Sponsors/Contacts:                                  Celebration featuring the unveiling of a bronze       Children, Adults, Handicap Access
 Street, Vancouver, WA                                  1313 Mill Street SE, Salem, OR                    Sponsor/Contacts: Oregon Historical Society,           Oregon Archaeological Society (503) 727-3507        statue, encapsulating a time capsule and self-
 Sponsors/Contacts: National Park Service,              Sponsors/Contacts: Salem Electric/Mission Mill    ohs.org/visit-ohs/events.cfm and (503) 222-1741        Children, Adults, Handicap Access                   guided tours. Refuge staff will be available to                        Places to Visit
 Robert Cromwell (360) 816-6253                         Museum, Tracy Prien (503) 585-7012 ext. 229       Adults, Children, OHS is open 10 am-5 pm on                                                                discuss a variety of topics. Volunteers will be
 Children ages 8-12, exceptions for younger             Free, Children, Handicap Access                   this Free Day for the Public                           TUESDAY December 2: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm               staffing the historic Sod House Ranch and the         FORT STEVENS STATE PARk
 children who read and write independently.                                                               .                                                      Archaeology in Williamsburg, Jamestown, and         Long Barn at the P Ranch.                             Coast Artillery Museum. Summer hours 10 am
                                                        SATURDAY October 11: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm           THURSDAY October 23: 7:30 pm                           More… Presentation by Dr. Marley Brown,             Location: Malheur National Wildlife Refuge,           – 6 pm; Winter: 10 am – 4 pm. Hammond, OR,
 SATURDAY October 4: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm                  Cultural Demonstration: Bobbin Lace and           Cyrene: A World Heritage Site in the 21st              Director of Archaeology, Williamsburg.              Princeton, OR                                         near Astoria; Fee per vehicle
 Apple Harvest Festival. Cider pressing, dutch          Lacemaking at the McLoughlin House in Oregon Century. Lecture by Professor Susan Kane                    Location: Oregon Museum of Science and              Sponsors/Contacts: Malheur National Wildlife
 oven baking, apple ornaments and music.                Citys. Queen Victoria’s wedding veil was made     (Oberlin College).                                     Industry, 1945 SE Water, Portland, OR               Refuge (541) 493-2612                                 HALLIE FORD MUSEUM OF ART
 Location: Champoeg State Park, Donald Mason            of delicate Honiton lace. Come and see the        Location: Truman Wesley Collins Legal Center,          Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Archaeological            Students, Adults                                      Galleries featuring Native American, Asian,
 Farmstead (behind the Visitor Center).                 amazingly intricate techniques of bobbin and      Room 201, Willamette University,                       Society (503) 727-3507                                                                                    and European art. Open Tuesday - Saturday,
 Sponsors/Contacts: Friends of Historic Champoeg        lace and other type of lacemaking.                245 Winter Street, Salem, OR                           Children, Adults, Handicap Access                   FRIDAY September 26: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm                10 am- 5:00 pm and 1:00 - 5:00 pm on Sunday.
 in cooperation with Oregon State Parks and             Location: McLoughlin House NHS,                   Sponsors/Contact: Archaeological Institute of                                                              A Native American Overview of Northwest History.      Willamette University Campus, 700 State
 Oregon Archaeological Society (503) 727-3507           719 Center St., Oregon City, OR                   America, Salem Society. Scott Pike (503) 370-6654      THURSDAY March 4, 2009: 7:30 pm                     Lecture by Brigette Whipple (Tribal Anthropologist,   Street, Salem, OR (503) 370-6855
 Children, Adults, Handicap Access                      Sponsors/Contacts: National Park Service,         Adults, Handicap Access                                The Social Archaeology of the Bronze Age China.     Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs).                 Adults $3, $2 Seniors/Students, Handicap Access
                                                        Robert Cromwell (360) 816-6253                                                                           Lecture by Professor Lothar von Falkenhausen        Location: Smith Rock State Park Visitor Center,
 TUESDAY October 7: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm                   Children, Adults, Handicap Access                 FRIDAY October 24: 5:30 pm                             (University of California Los Angeles).             10260 NE Crooked River Dr., Terrebonne, OR            The HIgH DESERT MUSEUM
 Loring and Loring Rock Art Sites in Oregon.                                                              Lecture series: Evidence of the First Oregonians:      Location: Truman Wesley Collins Legal Center,       Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Parks and                   Exhibits and programs spanning 10,000 years of
 Presentation by Russell Micnhimer and LeeAnn           SATURDAY October 11: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm            Archaeologist Dr. Patrick O’Grady presents             Room 201, Willamette University,                    Recreation, Paul Patton (541) 923-7551                culture and history of the Intermountain West.
 Johnston.                                              Fort Vancouver Collections. Open house.           research and fieldwork. For more information,          245 Winter Street, Salem, OR                        Children, Adults                                      Admission Fee; 59800 S. Hwy 97, Bend, OR (541)
 Location: Oregon Museum of Science and                 Artifacts from collections and recent excavations visit the museum webpage:                              Sponsors/Contact: Archaeological Institute of                                                             382-4754
 Industry, 1945 SE Water, Portland, OR                  will be on display in the newly reconstructed     http://natural-history.uoregon.edu                     America, Salem Society, Scott Pike (503) 370-6654   FRIDAY October 3: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
 Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Archaeological               Counting House inside the stockade.               Location: Knight Law Center, Room 175,                 Adults, Handicap Access                             Tracking Coyote with Words: The Archaeology           kAM WAH CHUNg MUSEUM
 Society (503) 727-3507                                 Location: Fort Vancouver NHS,                     University of Oregon, Eugene, OR                                                                           of Stories. Lecture by Jarold Ramsey (Professor       Located in John Day, this museum contains a
 Children, Adults, Handicap Access                      1001 E. 5 Street, Vancouver, WA
                                                                                                          Sponsors/Contact: UO Museum of Natural and             THURSDAY March 12, 2009: 7:30 pm                    Emeritus, University of Rochester NY, Vice            remarkable collection of Chinese traditional
                                                        Sponsors/Contacts: National Park Service,         Cultural History, Ann Craig (541)-346-3116             Eastern Approaches to Ancient Greek Music .         President of Jefferson County Historical Society).    medicine and gives a picture of the Chinese in
 WEDNESDAY October 8 through 11:                        Robert Cromwell (360) 816-6253                    Adults, Handicap Access                                Lecture by Professor John Frankin (University       Location: Smith Rock State Park Visitor Center,       the mining frontier. For information contact
 31st Biennial Great Basin Anthropological              Children, Adults, Handicap Access                                                                        of Vermont).                                        10260 NE Crooked River Dr., Terrebonne, OR            Grant County Chamber of Commerce
 Conference. Beyond the Fringe: interactions                                                              SATURDAY October 25                                    Location: Truman Wesley Collins Legal Center,       Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Parks and                   (541) 575-2800
 between Great Basin peoples and their                  SATURDAY - SUNDAY October 11 - 12                 Exhibit: A Horner homecoming featuring                 Room 201, Willamette University, 245 Winter         Recreation, Paul Patton (541) 923-7551
 neighbors.                                             BirdFest. Hands-on activities and field trips of  artifacts from the Horner Collection on the            Street, Salem, OR                                   Children, Adults
George Olson Wreck aground on North Spit of Coos Bay, March 2008 .                                                                                              New Carrissa ran aground on North Spit of Coos Bay, February 4, 1999.
                                                                                                                      George Olson foundering, June 1944.                                                                                                                               New Carrissa salvage barge, 2008.

 Location: Portland State Univ., Portland, OR           the area’s natural and cultural heritage.           Oregon State University campus.                      Sponsors/Contact: Archaeological Institute of       FRIDAY October 10: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm                  LANE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM
 Sponsors/Contacts: Portland State University,          Location: Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, WA   Location: Benton County Historical Society and       America, Salem Society, Scott Pike (503) 370-6654   Archaeological Investigations at Sage Hen Gap:        Exhibits on Oregon Trail and early settlement,
 see website for details: http://gbac.whsites.net       Sponsors/Contacts: Ridgefield National Wildlife     Museum, Philomath, OR                                Adults, Handicap Access                             A 12,000 year old Clovis site on the NW Edge          logging, blacksmithing, and agriculture. Museum
 Adults, Registration/Fees                              Refuge (360) 887-4106                               Please visit website for information:                                                                    of Harney Basin. Presentation by Dr. Patrick          hours: Tues. - Sat. 10-4 pm; Sat. 12-4 pm; 740 W.
                                                        Children, Adults                                    www.bentoncountymuseum.org                           THURSDAY April 9, 2009: 7:30 pm                     O’Grady, University of Oregon Museum of               13th Ave, Eugene, OR; Students $.75, Adults $2,
 FRIDAY October 10: 5:30 pm                                                                                                                                      The Civilizations of Ancient Peru: Inca, Moche      Natural and Cultural History.                         Seniors $2, Handicap Access to first floor only
 Lecture series: Evidence of the First Oregonians:      SATURDAYS October 11 and 18:                        SATURDAY October 25: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm              and Tiwanaku. Lecture by Professor Charles          Location: Smith Rock State Park Visitor Center,
 Archaeologist Dr. Jon Erlandson presents               7:00 pm – 8:00 pm                                   Portland Archaeology Day. Learn about                Stanish (University of California Los Angeles).     10260 NE Crooked River Dr., Terrebonne, OR            LINN COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM
 research and fieldwork. For more information,          Tales of the Engage. Step back in time with a       archaeology and Portland’s deep rich past.           Location: Truman Wesley Collins Legal Center,       Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Parks and                   Set inside an historic building and railroad
 visit the museum webpage:                              campfire program of the 1840s. Join the Engages     Hands on activities.                                 Room 201, Willamette University, 245 Winter         Recreation, Paul Patton (541) 923-7551                freight cars are historic artifacts including a
 http://natural-history.uoregon.edu                     of the Hudson’s Bay Company as they share           Location: Portland State University Park Blocks      Street, Salem, OR                                   Children, Adults                                      wagon that came over the Oregon Trail. Mon
 Location: Many Nations Longhouse,                      their stories of life at Fort Vancouver.            (SW 9th and Harrison), Portland, OR                  Sponsors/Contact: Archaeological Institute of                                                             – Sat. 11-4, Sun. 1-5, 101 Park Ave.,
 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR                       Location: Fort Vancouver NHS,                       Sponsors/Contacts: Portland State University         America, Salem Society, Scott Pike (503) 370-6654   FRIDAY October 17: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm                  Brownsville, OR (541) 466-3390.
 Sponsors/Contact: UO Museum of Natural and             1001 E. 5th Street, Vancouver, WA                   Anthropology Student Association, Wendy Ann          Adults, Handicap Access                             The Hidden History of the Northern Paiutes
 Cultural History, Ann Craig (541)-346-3116             Sponsors/Contacts: National Park Service,           Wright (503) 725-3081 or                                                                                 of Oregon. Lecture by Jim Garner (President           MISSION MILL MUSEUM
 Adults, Handicap Access                                Robert Cromwell (360) 816-6253                      pdxarchyday@gmail.com                                            Southwestern Oregon                     Emeritus of Lewis and Clark College).                 History of the Thomas Kay woolen mill, which
                                                        Children, Adults, Handicap Access                   Children, Adults, Handicap Access                                                                        Location: Smith Rock State Park Visitor Center,       produced wool products from 1889 to 1962, and
 SATURDAY October 11                                                                                                                                             SATURDAY September 20: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm           10260 NE Crooked River Dr., Terrebonne, OR            the role of Jason Lee’s Methodist Mission in
 Traveling exhibition from the Burke Museum on          THURSDAY October 16: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm              WEDNESDAY October 29: 7:30 pm                        SUNDAY September 21: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm             Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Parks and                   1830s. Mon. – Sat. 10-5 pm, 1313 Mill St. SE,
 Kennewick Man                                          Presentation by Dr. Cameron Smith, Dept. of         Portland Society, Archaeological Institute of        Dig n’ Discover. Discover the science behind        Recreation, Paul Patton (541) 923-7551                Salem, OR (503) 585-7012; Adults $8, Seniors $7,
 Location: Benton County Historical Society and         Anthropology, Portland State University.            America, Lecture about the Ancient Near East         archaeology, view artifacts, explore a “cave”       Children, Adults                                      Youth $4, Children under 6 free
 Museum, Philomath, OR                                  Location: Oregon Museum of Science and              by Professor Paul Zimansky.                          and create a pictograph, make rock art, piece                                                             OREgON HISTORICAL SOCIETY
 Please visit website for information:                  Industry, 1945 SE Water, Portland, OR               Location: Portland State University, OR.             together broken pots and more.                      FRIDAY October 24: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm                  Exhibit “Oregon my Oregon.” Location: 1200 SW
 www.bentoncountymuseum.org                             Sponsors/Contacts: The Parrett Mountain Farm,       Multicultural Center, Smith Hall                     Location: Science Works Hands-On Museum,            Paleo Perspectives: A Layman’s View of Recent         Park Ave. Portland, OR
                                                        Elizabeth Rhode (503) 929-0393                      Sponsors/Contacts: Portland State University,        1500 E. Main St., Ashland, OR                       Discoveries. Lecture by Paul Patton (Regional         (503) 222-1741, Fee $5 - $10, free to OHS
 SATURDAY October 11:                                   Children, Adults, Handicap Access                   Karen Carr carrk@pdx.edu                             Sponsors/Contacts: Science Works Hands-on           Interpretive Coordinator, Oregon Parks and            members
 10:00 am and 1:00 pm tours                                                                                 Adults, Handicap Access                              Museum, Jayme Neil (541) 482-6767 ext. 27           Recreation Department).
 Walking tours of the Parade Ground (10 am) and         FRIDAY October 17: 5:30 pm                                                                               Children, Adults, Free with admission to the        Location: Smith Rock State Park Visitor Center,       TILLAMOOk FOREST CENTER
 the Fort Site (1 pm). Learn the history of this        Lecture series: Evidence of the First Oregonians:   THURSDAY October 30: 7:30 pm                         museum. $7.50 Adults, $5.00 Children                10260 NE Crooked River Dr., Terrebonne, OR            Interpretive and educational center showcasing
 archaeological site and how past activities have       Archaeologist Dr. Tom Connolly presents             End of an Empire: Archaeology and the Collapse                                                           Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Parks and                   the legacy of the historic Tillamook Burn and
 affected the modern landscape.                         research and fieldwork. For more information,       of Urartu. Lecture by Professor Paul Zimansky                Central/Southeastern Oregon                 Recreation, Paul Patton (541) 923-7551                forest history. Free admission; 45500 Wilson
 Location: Fort Vancouver NHS, 1001 E. 5th              visit the museum webpage:                           (State University of New York, Stony Brook).                                                             Children, Adults                                      River Hwy, Tillamook, OR
 Street, Vancouver, WA                                  http://natural-history.uoregon.edu                  Location: Truman Wesley Collins Legal Center,        THURSDAY September 18: 7:00 pm                                                                            www.tillamookforestcenter.org
 For 10 am tour, meet at the west end of the            Location: Knight Law Center, Room 175,              Room 201, Willamette University, 245 Winter          A Volunteer’s Experience: Archaeology Project                 Northeastern Oregon
 Parade Ground at the corner of E. Evergreen            University of Oregon, Eugene, OR                    Street, Salem, OR                                    at the Temple Mount in Israel. Presentation by                                                            UO MUSEUM OF NATURAL AND
 and Ft. Vancouver Way; For 1:00 pm tour, meet          Sponsors/Contact: UO Museum of Natural and          Sponsors/Contact: Archaeological Institute of        Mike Caba.                                        October 1 through January 1                             CULTURAL HISTORY
 at the Fort Site.                                      Cultural History, Ann Craig (541)-346-3116          America, Salem Society, Scott Pike (503) 370-6654    Location: Central Oregon Association of Realtors’ Oral Traditions of Nine Tribes. Exhibit features        Ongoing exhibit. Oregon – Where Past is
                                                        Adults, Handicap Access                             Adults, Handicap Access                              building, 2112 NE 4th St., Bend, OR
  OREGON                                            2008 ARCHAEOLOGY                                                                                               OREGON                                      2008 ARCHAEOLOGY
                                                                                                                                                                             Oregon Archaeology Celebration 2008
 Present. UO Museum of Natural and Cultural                 Oregon Archaeology Celebration                         Oregon Archaeology Celebration
 History, Eugene, OR, for information call (541)                     Contributors                                   Steering Committee Members
 346-3024 Adults, Children, Handicap Access
                                                                       (Alphabetic order)                    Co-Chair Jorie Clark, USDI Fish and Wildlife

                                                                                                                                                                               They saw it. They left it. Will you?
 WASHINgTON COUNTY MUSEUM                             Archaeological Institute of America, Salem Society     Service; Co-Chair Frances Philipek, USDI
 Exhibit “Whipsaws to Chainsaws: History of           Archaeological Society of Central Oregon               Bureau of Land Management; Leland Gilsen,
 Logging and Timber in Washington County.”            Association of Oregon Archaeologists                   The Traveling Museum of Oregon Prehistory;
 Portland Community College Rock Creek                Ray and Jean Auel
 campus. 17677 NW Springville Road, Portland,                                                                Elizabeth Kallenbach, Association of Oregon
 OR. Monday - Saturday 10 am - 4:30 pm.
                                                      Center for Ancient Studies and Archaeology,            Archaeologists; Nancy Nelson, Oregon State           Exciting and unexpected recent discoveries of historic ship                exposure, with deterioration mostly resulting from natural
                                                         Willamette University
 Admission $3 Adults, $2 Children ages 6-17; no                                                              Parks and Recreation; Cathy Poetschat, Oregon        features and artifacts along the Oregon coast inspired the                 forces. As long as the remains of this ship are visible, they
                                                      Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde                     Archaeological Society; Evan Schneider, Oregon
 charge on Mondays; Handicap Access                                                                                                                               choice for maritime images to promote this year’s Oregon                   will continue to provide us a stirring reminder of Oregon’s
 (503) 645-5353                                       Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Indians                       Historical Society; Alison Stenger, Institute for
                                                      Flying Toad Graphics                                   Archaeological Studies; Heather Ulrich USDI
                                                                                                                                                                  Archaeology Celebration.                                                   historic maritime legacy.
 WASHINgTON ARCHAEOLOgY MONTH                         Historical Research Associates, Inc.
                                                                                                             Bureau of Land Management; Beth Walton,
 October 1 - October 31                               Idaho Power
                                                                                                             Walton Enterprises.                                  The 2008 poster displays a photo of the Peter Iredale, a                                   They saw it. They left it. Will you?
 Explore the richness of Washington’s past            Institute for Archaeological Studies
 and present and the importance of protecting         Northwest Archaeological Associates, Inc.                                                                   British four-masted steel barque, taken shortly after it
 archaeological sites. To request a free activity     Oregon Archaeological Society                                                                               ran aground within present-day Fort Stevens State Park,                    Oregon Archaeology Celebration events provide learning
 guide call (360) 586-3065.                           Oregon Historical Society                                                                                   Oregon. Built in Maryport, England, in 1890, the Peter                     experiences for everyone. Please come join us in this
                                                      Oregon State Historic Preservation Office
                   get Involved                                                                                                                                   Iredale was sailing from Salina Cruz, Mexico, bound for                    celebration and participate in these events. Remember:
                                                      Portland General Electric
                                                      R. B. Pamplin Corporation                                                                                   Portland when it wrecked attempting to enter the mouth                     archaeological sites are an important part of our heritage
 There are many opportunities to participate          SWCA Environmental Consultants                                                                              of the Columbia River on October 25, 1906. A naval inquiry                 but they are also fragile. If you visit an archaeological or
 in archaeological and historic preservation
 activities and learn more about Oregon’s
                                                      The Traveling Museum of Oregon Prehistory                                                                   in Astoria determined the cause was obscuring thick mist,                  historical site, please treat the site with respect so others
                                                      University of Oregon Museum of Natural and
 heritage. Contact the following programs and                                                                                                                     high winds, and a rising tide that drove the ship onto                     may enjoy it as well. State and federal laws prohibit site
                                                      Cultural History
 organizations for information:                                                                                                                                   Clatsop Spit. All crew were rescued. The stately silhouette                damage or the removal of artifacts from sites.
                                                      USDI Bureau of Land Management
 Passport In Time (PIT) is a volunteer public         USDI Fish and Wildlife Service                                                                              of the ship’s remains result from more than 100 years of
 participation program for archaeological and         USDI National Park Service
 historic projects on National Forests and BLM        Walton Enterprises                                                                                         Peter Iredale four masted steel barque ran aground October 25, 1906, at Ft. Stevens State Park.
 Districts across the country. No registration                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Remains of Peter Iredale hull in 1987.
 cost or fee. For more info., contact - PIT
 Clearinghouse,                                                                                                                                                     ARCHAEOLOgY CELEBRATION EVENTS                  TUESDAY September 2: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm            Location: Benton Co. Fairgrounds, Corvallis, OR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Cathlapotle Plankhouse. Presentation by           Sponsors/Contact: Kids Day for Conservation
 www.passportintime.com or (1-800) 281-9176.                                                                                                                      Oregon Archaeology Celebrations: Invitations to   Catherine Mueller-Wille (Cultural Interpreter).   partners, Fran Philipek, Salem BLM (503) 375-5613
                                                                                                                                                                  the Past. Poster exhibit by Oregon Archaeology    Location: Oregon Museum of Science and            Students, Adults, Handicap Access
                                                                                                                                                                  Celebration Committee. Exhibit schedule:          Industry, 1945 SE Water, Portland, OR
Overlay of cannon sketch on photo of actual cannon, from the Shark, found on Cannon Beach, winter 2008.                                                                                                             Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Archaeological           SATURDAY September 20:
                                                                                                                                                                  October through December: dai2008
                                                                       USS Shark wrecked crossing the Columbia bar, September 10, 1846.                            Location: Columbia River Maritime Museum,        Society (503) 727-3507                             5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                                  1792 Maritime Dr., Astoria, OR (503) 325-2323     Adults, Handicap Access                            Campfire and Candlelight. Stroll back in time
 Oregon Archaeological Society is an organization     Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964                     Web Pages of Interest                                                                                                                         and experience the night life of U.S. Army
 which sponsors talks and educational programs        and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of                                                                January through March 2009, Newberg Library,      SATURDAY September 13:                             soldiers, Oregon Trail immigrants and the
 about archaeology. Open to all, meetings are         1973, the U.S. Department of the Interior              Archaeological Institute of America                  Newberg, OR (503) 538-READ                        12:00 pm – 4:00 pm                                 residents of Fort Vancouver Village.
 held at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry        prohibits discrimination on the basis of race,         http://www.willamette.edu/centers/casa/AIA/                                                            Cultural Demonstration: Beadwork at the            Location: Fort Vancouver NHS (at reconstructed
 in Portland the first Tuesday of each month          color, age, national origin, sex, or handicap in its                                                        April through August 2009, The High Desert        McLoughlin House in Oregon City. Learn about fort site), 1001 E. 5th Street, Vancouver, WA
 at 7 pm from Sept. through May. For more             federally assisted programs. If you believe you        Archaeological Society of Central Oregon             Museum, Bend, OR (541) 382-4754                   Victorian-style beadwork used in a variety of      Sponsors/Contacts: National Park Service,
 information contact - Oregon Archaeological          have been discriminated against in any program,        www. ascoinfo.org                                                                                      ways, for jewelry, clothing, gifts and home décor. Robert Cromwell (360) 816-6253
 Society, www.oregonarchaeological.org or             activity, or facility operated by a recipient          Association of Oregon Archaeologists                 September through November 2009,                  Location: McLoughlin House NHS,                    Children, Adults, Handicap Access
 (503) 727-3507.                                      of federal assistance, or if you desire further        darkwing.uoregon.edu/~osma/aoa/aoa.htm               Tama´stslikt Cultural Institute, Pendleton, OR    719 Center St., Oregon City, OR
                                                      information, please write to: Office For Equal                                                              (541) 966-9748                                    Sponsors/Contacts: National Park Service,          SUNDAY September 28: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
 Archaeological Society of Central Oregon is an       Opportunity, U.S. Department of the Interior,          OMSI Outreach Programs                                                                                 Robert Cromwell (360) 816-6253                     Cascadia Cave Rock Art Hike. Archaeologist
 organization of people who share an interest in      P.O. Box 37127, Washington, D.C. 20013.                http://www.omsi.edu/education/outreach/              December 2009 – March 2010, Oregon Museum         Children, Adults, Handicap Access                  Tony Farque will lead a hike to view rock art.
 the archaeology of Central Oregon. For more                                                                 overview.cfm                                         of Science and Industry, Portland, OR                                                                Location: hike leaves from East (back) parking
 information contact ASCO at P.O. Box 8146,           This project is supported in part by a grant                                                                (800) 955-OMSI (6674)                             WEDNESDAY September 17:                            lot, Cascadia State Park, US 20,
 Bend, OR 97708-0146, www.ascoinfo.org.               from the Heritage Programs Division, State             Oregon Archaeology: Prehistory
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    3:30 pm – 4:30 pm                                  14 miles E of Sweet Home, OR
                                                      Historic Preservation Office, Oregon Parks             www.ncn.com/~gilsen                                    Willamette Valley/Portland Basin/Coast
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Atfalati-Kalapuya: First people of Washington      Sponsors/Contacts: Oregon Archaeological
 Your local museum or historical society may also     and Recreation Department. However, the                Oregon Archaeological Society.                                                                         County. Presentation by Warren Lockwood.           Society, poetschat@msn.com
                                                                                                                                                                    EVENTS BEFORE, DURINg AND AFTER
 have programs or opportunities to learn more         contents and opinions do not necessarily reflect       www. oregonarchaeological.org                                                                          Location: Washington County Museum at              By reservation only: Children, Adults, Bring
 about the history of your area. Visit or call them   the views or policies of the Department of the                                                              TUESDAY through SUNDAY                            Portland Community College Rock Creek campus. lunch, camera and field gear (2 mile round trip)
 for information.                                     Interior, nor does the mention of trade names          Oregon State Historic Preservation Office            April through October: 10:00 am – 3:30 pm         17677 NW Springville Road, Portland, OR
                                                      or commercial products constitute endorsement          www.oregonheritage.org                               Tour Cape Blanco Lighthouse.                      Adults, Handicap Access                            September 28 through January 19, 2009
                                                      or recommendation by the Department of the                                                                  Location: Western end of Cape Blanco Road,                                                           The Art of Ceremony: Regalia from Native
                                                      Interior.                                              Oregon State University Anthropology
                                                                                                             http://oregonstate.edu/cla/anthropology/             Access Hwy 101 (5 miles no. of Port Orford, OR)   THURSDAY September 18: 7:30 pm                     Oregon. Exhibit from the nine principle tribes
                                                                                                                                                                  Sponsor/Contacts: Coos Bay BLM, Steve             Beer Brewing Techniques in the Ancient Near        of Oregon, organized by Rebecca Dobkins and
                                                                                                             Portland State University Anthropology               Samuels (541) 751-4244                            East. Lecture by Professor Kathleen Mineck         Tribal leaders. A Parade of Nations and feast
                                                                                                             http://www.anthropology.pdx.edu/                     http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_62.php       (University of Chicago).                           opens the exhibition on campus September 27:
                                                                                                                                                                  Children, Adults, Fee $2, No Handicap Access      Location: Truman Wesley Collins Legal Center,      Lecture, films, regalia demonstrations will be
                                                                                                             The High Desert Museum                                                                                 Room 201, Willamette University, 245 Winter        held October through January.
                                                                                                             http://www.highdesertmuseum.org/                     MONDAY September 1: 1:30 pm                       Street, Salem, OR                                  Location: The Hallie Ford Museum of Art,
                                                                                                                                                                  Historic Weapons: Important Tools of the Past.    Sponsors/Contact: Archaeological Institute of      700 State St., Salem, OR
                                                                                                             The Archaeology Channel                              Join rangers and volunteers as they explain the   America, Salem Society, Scott Pike (503) 370-6654 Sponsor/Contacts: Hallie Ford Museum, John
                                                                                                             www.archaeologychannel.org                           role of various weapons used by the soldiers at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Adults, Handicap Access                            Olbrantz (503) 370-6855. $3 Adults/Children
                                                                                                                                                                  the Vancouver Barracks.
                                                                                                             University of Oregon Anthropology                    Location: Parade Ground, Fort Vancouver NHS,                                                         under 12 free, Tuesday is a free day.
                                                                                                             http://www.uoregon.edu/~anthro/                      1001 E. 5th Street, Vancouver, WA                 SATURDAY September 20:
                                                                                                                                                                  Sponsors/Contacts: National Park Service,         10:00 am - 4:00 pm                                 SATURDAY October 4:
                                                                                                             UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History            Robert Cromwell (360) 816-6253                    Natural and Cultural History Fair. Craft           11:00 am and 2:00 pm
                                                                                                             http://natural-history.uoregon.edu                                                                     activities. Atlatl throwing, replica artifacts.    Kid’s Digs. Two hands-on sessions for children
                                                                                                                                                                  Children, Adults, Handicap Access

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