West Virginia Archeological Society

Metal Gallery

Feature 10 copper fragments (David N. Fuerst Collection). Feature 12 Contact period copper tinkler cone (David N. Fuerst collection).

Glass Gallery

Feature 10 Contact period glass beads (David N. Fuerst Collection). Feature 10 Contact period glass beads (David N. Fuerst Collection). Feature 4 Contact period glass

American Rescue Plan Grant

West Virginia Humanities Council American Rescue Plan Grant to the West Virginia Archeological Society Ensuring Safe Public Access to the Snidow Site Artifacts Introduction Welcome

Annual Meeting 2019

2019 West Virginia Archeological Society Annual Meeting Announcement October 12-13, 2019 Registration Banquet Reservation

Annual Meeting 2018

The WVAS is holding the 2018 meeting on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at the Holiday Inn and Suites at 400 Second Avenue in South Charleston,

Annual Meeting 2017

The 2017 meeting of the West Virginia Archeological Society will be held on Saturday, November 25,2017, at the Holiday Inn and Suites in South Charleston.

Annual Meeting 2009

ABSTRACTS 2009 Bob Maslowski, Marshall University Graduate College Fort Ancient and the Shawnee For decades Ohio Valley archeologists have used the direct historical approach to

Annual Meeting 2008

MORNING SESSION The Dickinson Farm Site (46Ka111) Data Recovery: Project Overview. Patrick H. Garrow, MACTEC, Inc. Data recovery investigations were conducted by MACTEC on the

Annual Meeting 2007

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2007 MORNING SESSION   Stone Vessel Stylistic Variation, the Burning Spring Branch Site (46Ka142) Flora Church, Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Berlin Heights,

Annual Meeting 2006

MORNING SESSION The Henry Stahl Collection Jerry Anderson Little Kanawha Chapter of WVAS, Parkersburg, West Virginia. Henry Stahl, of Parkersburg, West Virginia, amassed a remarkable

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