Learn more about Leonard Rockshelter in our next Virtual Lecture!

Join us on April 21 at 5 pm MDT as our Great Basin Archaeologist Sara Sturtz presents "A Natural and Cultural History of Leonard Rockshelter in Nevada." In the last of our Spring Lecture Series, Archaeologist...

Join us for our next Virtual Lecture on 3/24!

Join us on March 24 at 5 pm MST as our Midwestern Regional Director Philip Millhouse presents "Native American Mining in the Upper Mississippi Valley: Industrial Production, Conflict and Dispossession Across the Lead Mining...

Don’t miss our Virtual Lecture on March 10!

Join us on March 10 at 5 pm MDT as our Southeastern Regional Director Jessica Crawford presents "Preserving a Prehistoric City Beneath a Modern Town: The Archaeological Conservancy’s Troyville Preserve." From about AD 400 to...
Potter Mound

Potter Mound (Arkansas)

Potter Mound is located on the Little River in the northeast portion of the state. This area is dense with mound sites, most of which date to the Parkin Phase (approximately A.D. 1350 to...
The circular earthwork is located in a wooded area. Archaeologists don’t know what purpose earthworks served.

Dingfelder Circle Earthworks (Pennsylvania)

The Dingfelder Circle, an earthen enclosure in Corry, Pennsylvania, that’s about two-feet high and roughly 200 feet in diameter, has been on the Conservancy’s radar for a very long time and is now finally...

Junction Group (Ohio)

On March 18, 2014 the Conservancy attended a public auction in Chillicothe, OH with the hope of acquiring the Junction Group earthworks site. After having learned that the land would be available for sale...
Cashie pottery sherds and projectile points recovered from the site.

Koon’s Landing (North Carolina)

For decades the exact location of Catechna, an 18th-century Tuscarora settlement, eluded historians and scholars who relied on historical documents to find the site. Conflicting information and differing interpretations of historical maps had led...
Elizabeth Irwin of the University of Alabama Museums, Jessica Crawford, Southeast regional director for the Conservancy, Matt Gage, director of the Office of the University of Alabama Museums, and Howell Poole, Jr., president of the Bank of Moundville, discuss the significance of the Asphalt Company Mound during a recent site visit.

Asphalt Company Mound (Alabama)

The Black Warrior River Valley in west central Alabama is literally covered with prehistoric mound sites. The largest, most impressive and most well-known of these is the Moundville site, which sits on the Black...

Take a Virtual Tour of Wells Petroglyph Preserve!

Episode 4 of our Virtual Tour Video Series is Available Now! Our latest Virtual Tour Video we are taking you on a unique and informative tour of the Wells Petroglyph Preserve in northern New Mexico,...

IN THE NEWS | Out of the Limelight, Onto the Mesa

Read about Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project Founder, Katherine Wells in the June 21, 2019 article from Rio Grande Sun: This is the seventh entry in "Women of Distinction," a series of profiles being published weekly...