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About Colorado Archaeology __ A small directory of Colorado archaeology resources. - From -


Archaeological Sites - __ "Plan your Colorado vacation online and learn about archaelogical sites and other family activities in Colorado." - From - 


Archaeological Sites of the Southwest : Colorado __ Listing of all of the archaeological sites in Colorado that are open to public visitation. - From Gregory H. Bondar -


Archeology in Colorado with the Kids __ Learn about kid friendly Colorado archaeological sites. - From -


Archaeology of the Gunnison Area __ "The research described here is the result of countless hours of work by Western State College undergraduate anthropology students, Colorado Archaeological Society volunteers, and colleagues."  A summary of the research. - illustrated - From - 


Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site __ "Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site is an authentically reconstructed trading post based on drawings, written journals and archaeological excavations."  An overview of the fort and its activities. - illustrated - From -


BLM Colorado | Anasazi Heritage Center | Lowry Pueblo __ "Lowry Pueblo is a part of Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. Named after early homesteader George Lowry, it was constructed about AD 1060 on top of abandoned pithouses from an earlier period of occupation."  A general introduction along with visitor information. - illustrated - From -     

Brian Lee's Rock Art Photos __ "These are detailed photographs of various rock art sites... The webmaster advises that most of these images are quite large, so be patient while they load." -


Category:Archaeological sites in Colorado __ Index of articles relating to Colorado archaeology found in Wikipedia. - From wikipedia -



Chimney Rock Archaeological Area __ "Chimney Rock is a San Juan National Forest Archaeological Area located in Colorado between Durango and Pagosa Springs and managed for archaeological protection, public interpretation, and education."  Learn about goals and accomplishmenets as well as special events and more. - illustrated - From -


Colorado Archaeological Employment, Jobs and Careers __ A few jobs listed as of now. - From - 


Colorado Archaeological Society __ Learn about this organization, its programs and goals. You will need Acrobat Reader to access some of the material. - From Colorado Archaeological Society -


Colorado Archaeology Camps and Archeology Summer Camps __ Listing of archaeology camps in Colorado.  Currently 1. - From -


Colorado Aviation Archaeology __ "CAHS acquires, restores, preserves and provides for public display, aircraft and other objects, documents, items and things of present or historical interest in connection with the development and history of aviation in the State of Colorado and elsewhere since it's founding in 1966."  - illustrated - From -  


Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists __ "The Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists (CCPA) is a community of people concerned with the preservation, recovery, and interpretation of Colorado’s prehistoric and historic archaeological resources. Our members include federal and state agency archaeologists, private archaeological contractors, college professors, students, and amateur archaeologists." - illustrated - from CCPA -




Colorado Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation __ "The Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation creatively engages Coloradans and their guests in partnerships to discover, preserve, and take pride in our architectural, archaeological, and other historic places by providing statewide leadership and support to our partners in archaeology and historic preservation."  Learn about the organization, accomplishments and goals. - illustrated - From -  

Colorado Preservation Plan Profile __ "Over the next 25 years, Coloradans will increasingly appreciate, respect, and protect their heritage, and will embrace their role as its stewards." Learn how this plan will effect Colorado archaeology. - From National Park Service - 


dig: Colorado Archaeology Events __ "dig's guide to special archaeological programs, events, and exhibits in Colorado" - From - 

Fort Lewis College Archaeological Field School __ While this is a field school site announcing the 2003 schedule, you will also find a good overview of present and past research. - illustrated - From Fort Lewis College -


The Harris Site Excavation __ Learn about the excavation of this rock shelter which has been used for about 3500 years.  A PDF file - From -


Historic Preservation in Colorado __ A page of resources about Colorado history and archaeology. - From Colorado department of Education -


Letter From Ludlow: Colorado Coalfield Massacre __ Archaeologists uncover chilling evidence of a brutal assault during a 1914 miners' strike. - illustrated - From -


Loveland Archaeological Society __ "The primary purpose of the Loveland Archaeological Society, Inc. is to promote the study of archaeology by its members as it pertains to Native American cultures in the American West."  Learn about organization, goals, accomplishments, and discover what  a Stone Age Fair is. - illustrated - From -




Mesa Verde National Park: Archaeology in Southwest Colorado __ "Mesa Verde is a World Cultural Heritage Park, a designation granted by UNESCO to preserve and protect the cultural and national heritage of certain international sites. Mesa Verde has also been selected the #1 historic monument in the world by readers of Conde Nast Traveler, and was chosen by National Geographic Traveler as one of the "50 places of a Lifetime--The World's Greatest Destinations." Learn why. - illustrated - From -


Northern Colorado Chapter, Colorado Archaeological Society __ Learn about the organization, accomplishments and goals. - From Northern Colorado Chapter, Colorado Archaeological Society -


Office of the State Archaeologist __ "The State Archaeologist's duties and responsibilities include the investigation of impacts to archaeological resources and response to questions for technical and administrative assistance. "  Learn a lot more about this office. - From - 



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