Join us for the combined 58th Caddo Conference and 23rd Annual East Texas Archeological Conference
March 31- April 2, 2016
at
The Old Gym at Thomas J. Rusk Elementary School, Nacogdoches, Texas

The Caddo Conference is now an annual conference bringing together researchers, Caddo Indians, and people interested in Caddo language, history, and the archaeology of the Caddo Area in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. The East Texas Archeological Conference focuses on the archeology from the same area. This year the conference will be hosted by Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas.

The Program is set (available here), but questions about the program may go to Dr. George Avery, Stephen F. Austin, P. O. Box 13047 SFA Station, Nacogdoches, Texas 75962-3047, averyg@sfasu.edu telephone 936-468-2457, or Dr. Tim Perttula, Archaeological & Environmental Consultants, LLC, 10101 Woodhaven Drive, Austin, Texas 78753-4346, tkp4747@aol.com telephone 512-873-8131 Conference registration details are located here and a map to the conference location is available here.

The purpose of the Caddo Conference Organization shall be:

  • to promote and to stimulate interest in the archeology, history, and ethnology of the Caddo archeological region (southwestern Arkansas, northwestern Louisiana, southeastern Oklahoma, and northeastern Texas) and adjacent areas

  • to enhance communication among people (researchers, Caddo Nation of Oklahoma members, others) interested in furthering knowledge of the archeology, history, and ethnology of the Caddo Area

  • to convey this knowledge to the public at large

    to publish and to encourage publication

  • to advocate for, and assist in, the preservation and conservation of archeological data and resources relating to Caddo Area studies or sacred to the Caddo people.


Caddo Conference Organization
Oklahoma Archeological Survey
University of Oklahoma
111 Chesapeake St.
Norman, OK 73019-5111

contact@caddoconference.org
www.caddoconference.org

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