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Next OAS General Meeting May 2, 2017

Bill White will present a lecture on
“Cixwicen Village and Cemetery.”

The Klallam village of Cixwicen has existed for 2,700 years on the southern shores of the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. This village had one of the richest artifact collections ever seen in Western Coastal Washington. Over 64,770 artifacts were eventually unearthed after state contractors discovered some artifacts when digging a dry dock on the site to repair the Hood Canal Bridge in 2003. Read more  here>>

General Meeting at 7pm, followed by the presentation at 7:45.

The Oregon Archaeology Celebration is ongoing. This year’s flyer with statewide events and contact information for museums, universities, and archaeology organizations is available by clicking on the poster image below:


For information on upcoming Portland area archaeology events and lectures, click here>>

Links to local museums, National and State Parks, Universities, and resources for teachers   here>>

Looking for information on OAS sponsored
scholarships and grants?

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