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The Elden Pueblo Archaeological Project Public Field Days

February 10, 2009

The Elden Pueblo Project is a cooperative endeavor between the Coconino National Forest, the Arizona Natural History Association, and the Arizona Archaeological Society to provide educational opportunities in archaeology.  Elden Pueblo is a 60-80 room pueblo of the prehistoric Sinagua culture and a Hopi ancestral site.  The site of Elden Pueblo is open to the public and is located one mile north of the Flagstaff Mall on U.S. Highway 89.  The following archaeological programs provide hands-on mapping, excavation, laboratory, and analytical experiences for participants under professional supervision.  Through these personal experiences, participants are made aware of archaeological concepts, values, laws and practices.  Join us in our quest to learn about past and present Pueblo cultures by investigating the clues people left behind.

2009 PROGRAMS
Public Field Days
DATES:   May 2, 2009  May 31, 2009 June 21, 2009  July 18, 2009  August 23, 2009       
TIME:     10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Come learn about archaeology through hands-on experience!  Bring water, sunscreen, hat, jacket, and lunch.  An adult must accompany children between the ages of 8 and 16. Tours at 10 a.m, noon & 2 p.m

Cost: No Fee.

Field days are designed for families and individuals.

More details and a list of the other courses available

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