Vermont Archaeological Society

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What's Happening With the Vermont Archaeological Society?

  • What Is Archaeology?

    What do archaeologists hope to accomplish by excavating the remains of old settlements? What possible questions can the smallest pieces of stone, pottery, and bone, and stains in the soil answer? Click to learn more about archaeology and why it is important!

  • Educational Resources

    Click here for resources, downloads, lesson plans, and information for teachers, parents, and more!

  • Thurs, May 12@7pm Zoom Talk

    John Crock, UVM will present recent findings related to Native American subsistence patterns and human-dog relationships at the Ewing Site, Shelburne, Vermont. These findings were based on C-14 dates that VAS helped fund.

  • Support the VAS

    Purchase VAS-merchandise or make a tax-deductible donation today! All proceeds are used to fund VAS activities such as collections conservation, C-14 dates of archival samples, educational opportunities, public lab days, and our annual meeting.