Alabama Archaeological Society
Founded in 1974, the Association is a statewide professional organization for people working, studying and interested in all areas of northern anthropology.
Alaska Anthropological Association
Organized in 1954, the Alabama Archaeological Society promotes informed archaeological studies and the preservation of southeastern historic and prehistoric archaeological sites. AAS members participate in surface scouting, site mapping and reporting, artifact analysis, documentation, and the excavation and preservation of archaeological sites.
Arizona Archaeological Society
An independent, non-profit, state-wide volunteer organization aiming to foster interest and research in the archaeology of Arizona.
Arkansas Archaeological Society
The Arkansas Archeological Society was formed in 1960 for the purpose of uniting all persons interested in the archeology of Arkansas, for the recognition and preservation of our cultural heritage and prehistory, and for fostering and encouraging the public’s interest in the preservation of the past.
Society for California Archaeology
A nonprofit scientific and educational organization dedicated to research, understanding, interpretation and conservation of the heritage of California and the regions that surround and pertain to it.
Colorado Archaeological Society
The Colorado Archaeological Society (CAS) came into existence in 1935 as a focus for people having interests in the history and prehistory of humans in Colorado.
The Archaeological Society Of Connecticut
The Society serves to create situations in which these people may learn, contribute, and remain current on archaeological activities around the state of Connecticut as well as learn about the latest discoveries and archaeological techniques from around the country and, to a lesser extent, the world.
Archaeological Society of Delaware
The Archaeological Society of Delaware (ASD) was founded in 1933 by amateur and professional archaeologists to study and appreciate archaeology.
Florida Archaeological Council
The Florida Archaeological Council, founded in 1979, is a non-profit organization of professional archaeologists with an interest in Florida archaeology.
Florida Anthropological Society, Inc.
Florida’s Statewide Organization of Archaeology and Anthropology
Society For Georgia Archaeology
A non-profit organization whose vision is that all Georgians understand the significance of their archaeological sites so that they will support archaeological preservation, education and research.
Idaho Archaeological Society
The Idaho Archaeological Society’s mission is to preserve, educate, and encourage the study of Idaho’s antiquities.
Illinois State Archaeological Society
The Illinois State Archaeological Society attempts to assist professional archaeologists with their research projects, regularly participates in archaeological activities, and donates to worthwhile archaeological projects. Members often give lectures, participate in professional digs, and loan artifacts to museums and other public institutions.
Center for American Archaeology
Educational programs and research projects in central Illinois.
Indiana Archaeological Council
The Indiana Archaeology Council is an organization of professional archaeologists who have come together to promote the conservation and understanding of Indiana’s cultural resources by exemplifying proper, appropriate, and ethical excavation and analysis of all archaeological sites and materials; educating the public regarding the social and scientific importance of cultural resource preservation and management; providing a voice for professional archaeologists in public dialog regarding archaeology; and to share its profound respect for human cultural and biological diversity.
Iowa Archaeological Society
To unite those interested in the archaeology of Iowa; To foster cooperation among professional and amateur archaeologists; To promote the study, investigation, and interpretation of prehistoric and historic remains in Iowa; To provide for the dissemination of knowledge and research in archaeology and related disciplines; To encourage the recording and preservation of sites and artifacts; To develop a constructive attitude toward these cultural resources through education and public involvement.
Kansas Anthropological Association
A non-profit organization of amateur and professional archeologists. Established in 1955, KAA has become a large and active group whose diverse members share a common interest in the prehistoric and historic peoples of the Central Plains.
Licking Valley Heritage Society (Kentucky)
Our mission is to preserve, embrace and share the heritage of the Greater Licking Valley Area. Our vision for the future consists of constructing a museum to display artifacts, antiques, photographs and literature in order to educate our children and keep our history alive.
W.S. Webb Archaeological Society (Kentucky)
No website. Meet 3rd Wednesday every month 7:30 pm (7:00 social) Rm 108 Lafferty Hall, University of Kentucky; guest speaker every month. Annual cookouts and Christmas party are also scheduled annually. Volunteer activities include field and lab work. Annual membership for individual or family is $10, student is $8. Contact faculty advisor, Dr. Richard Jefferies, Anthropology Department, 211B Lafferty Hall, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0024, or 606-257-2860.
Louisiana Archaeological Society
Founded in 1974 and with a current membership of nearly 300, the Louisiana Archaeological Society (LAS) brings together professional and avocational archaeologists interested in investigating, interpreting, and preserving information on the prehistoric Indians and the early history of Louisiana.
Maine Archaeological Society
The Maine Archaeological Society (MAS) was founded in 1956. Membership includes professional archaeologists, avocational archaeologists, as well as individuals of the general public who are interested in furthering the objectives of the society.
Archaeological Society of Maryland, Inc.
The Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc. (ASM) is a statewide organization of lay and professional archeologists devoted to the study and conservation of Maryland archeology.
Massachusetts Archaeological Society
The Massachusetts Archaeological Society (MAS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and studying the archaeological heritage of Massachusetts.
Michigan Archaeological Society
The Michigan Archaeological Society was formed in the 1930s for people dedicated to unearthing the past. The MAS now has a number of chapters throughout the state and members across the country
Council for Minnesota Archaeology
The Council for Minnesota Archaeology is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting archaeological research and interpretation in Minnesota.
Minnesota Archaeological Society
MAS is a doing organization; members volunteer their time and energy to participate in Society programs, helping to protect Minnesota’s rich heritage and learning something about themselves in the process.
Mississippi Archaeological Association
The Mississippi Archaeological Association is an organization of professional archaeologists and lay people actively involved with archaeology and archaeological preservation, uniting in a common effort to understand the prehistory and history of Mississippi and the surrounding region.
Missouri Archaeological Society
The Missouri Archaeological Society (MAS) was founded in the 1930s as a nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to educational and charitable purposes.
Montana Archaeological Society
Organized in 1958, membership in the Montana Archaeological Society is open to both amateur and professional archaeologists.
Nebraska Archaeological Society
The Nebraska Archaeological Society is a chapter member of the Central States Archaeological Societies, Inc. and is a non-profit organization and has no paid officers or employees. We endeavor to develop a better understanding among students and collectors of archaeological material, professionals, as well as museums and institutions of learning, and to further this understanding by providing a means of publishing articles of interest by both professional and amateur archaeologists.