The Archaeological Conservancy is excited to announce our next virtual lecture of our fall series as part of their year-long 40th Anniversary celebration.

Join us on Wednesday, September 23 at 5 pm MDT as Philip Millhouse, Midwestern Regional Director of the Archaeological Conservancy, presents The Wapello Preserve and the Dynamic History of Native American People in the Upper Midwest.  This lecture will focus on the story of the acquisition and preservation of these significant sites in northwestern Illinois, as well as the collaborative effort between The Archaeological Conservancy and the Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation. Visit the official event page here!

This lecture will be held in Webex. Go directly to registration HERE.  Registration is required to gain access to the live event.  The full lecture will also be available afterwards on the official page for the event, as well as our YouTube Channel. You won’t want to miss this fascinating story!

Be sure to visit our events calendar and follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on our Virtual Lecture Series.  We’ll be announcing new dates soon! 

The Archaeological Conservancy | 2020


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