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In 1947, a group of professional archaeologists, amateurs, history buffs, and relic collectors collaborated to provide a place to pool their experience, their knowledge and their enthusiasm. The New Hampshire Archeological Society was formed to promote, encourage, and stimulate the study of archaeology in the state of New Hampshire. The objectives incorporated into the NHAS constitution and bylaws are:
  • to encourage the protection and preservation of important archaeological sites, monuments, and artifacts;
  • to assist in the dissemination of archeological information;
  • to seek through education increased public understanding of the aims and limits of archaeological research;
  • to discourage the collection of archaeological specimens for private or commercial purposes.
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2017 Annual Meeting

Manchester Community College
1066 Front Street
Room 126
Manchester NH
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Special Event:
MCC Archaeology Expo
Tuesday October 24, 201
Our host for Annual Meeting, Manchester Community College, is conducting an Archaeology Expo on Tuesday, Oct. 24th, from 11:30am to 4:30pm at the Student Center on campus. Presentations and demonstrations will include flintknapping, basketry, rock art, pottery, stone tools, and surveying. Several members of the NHAS will be participating as presenters. For more info: Kurt Springs at email:; or Laura Bilodeau at (603) 206-8056 or email:

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