You are Invited to the AAHS Holiday Party & Research Slam

December 18th – 6 p.m.at Petroglyphs – 228 S Park Ave

Our annual holiday party and research slam is fast approaching. Bring a dish to share –  we are providing the libations. In addition to the Research Slam we have some great raffle prizes this year. Raffle tickets will be sold at the party and are $5.00 a piece or 5 for $20. Prizes include a private tour of Cocoraque Butte Rock Art Site, private tour of the ASM Pottery Vault, private tour of the ASM Basketry Vault, Tango lessons, Replica prehistoric knife crafted by Allen Denoyer, a big horn sheep pendant crafted by Barbara Murphy, etched glasses by John Palacio, etc. The winners of the Research Slam are determined by your monetary vote so bring currency! All funds raised support AAHS’s Research and Travel grant program.

Presidents Message

New Curriculum Development Award

For some time now your AAHS Board has been discussing effective ways to increase the diversity in the activities supported by the Society. To this end the board has recently voted to create a new program to aid in promoting understanding of the wide range of prehistory, history, or anthropology of the American Southwest. Called the Frank R. Orrell, Jr. Bequest Curriculum Development Award, this new program shall make available up to $5000 a year, from the income generated from the Frank R. Orrell, Jr. Bequest endowment fund, for new and exciting curriculum development.

AAHS is making available grants of up to $5,000 per year for curriculum development related to the archaeology, history, or anthropology of the American Southwest. We are soliciting proposals from any public or public-charter elementary, middle, or high school located in Pima or Santa Cruz Counties.  Awards will be granted on a competitive basis.

The application deadline for this award is February 28, 2018 for awards to be made during the interval from June 2018 through December 2018. Applications should be submitted through the AAHS website between February 1st and February 28th. For more information.

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Kiva 83(3), is hot off the press, in your mail boxes and on-line. Remember as a benefit of membership AAHS members can access Kiva on-line with no charge.

AAHS nyoutubeow has it’s own YouTube Channel where we will be broadcasting videos of our lectures. Just uploaded by Persistence: A Commanche History of Eighteenth Century New Mexico by Lindsay Montgomery.

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