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A number of special programs will be taking place during the month of May 2017 in celebration of Delaware Archaeology Month, a program designed to promote the study and conservation of the state’s archaeological resources and to reflect on the vital role of archaeology in revealing the cultural legacy of the state.
Delaware Archaeology Month is sponsored by the Archaeological Society of Delaware which was founded in 1933 by amateur and professional archaeologists to study and appreciate archaeology, and more recently, historic preservation. The organization’s mission is to educate both its members and the public about archaeology, to support professional archaeological investigations, to report on activity within Delaware and the surrounding region and to promote interest and participation in archaeology and related activities.
For a listing of activities, go to the Archaeological Society of Delaware website.