1st AAHS@Home Lecture a Success

On July 20, 2020, AAHS hosted our first online lecture titled, “Mimbres and Paquimé Relationships?” by Paul Minnis.  Seventy-seven (77) members and seventy-one (71) non-members attended for a total of 148 participants, making it one of our best attended lectures.  Members attended from Sonora, Mexico and many places in the U.S. including: Arizona, Utah, Texas, California, New Mexico, Washington, Minnesota, New York, Illinois, Oregon and Colorado.  Although we went virtual because of Covid 19 we are recognizing there are benefits to members and non-members in Tucson and other locations of virtual presentations.  We hope to add distance lectures to our on-site lectures in the future.  Get ready to join us for our first AAHS@Home field trip: Archaeological Perishables Field Trip-for MEMBERS ONLY, scheduled for August 22 at 11:00 a.m.  See more information and how to register in the lower left column of this page.  ‘See’ you all there!

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