Research & Education
An essential activity for the OSA involves public education programs on prehistoric and historic archaeology. Staff archaeologists demonstrate archaeological techniques, give lectures, and prepare several types of publications on North Carolina archaeology. Targeted audiences include school groups, amateur archaeological and historical societies, and government agencies that deal with archaeology. Staff archaeologists also share important information on North Carolina through workshops, symposia, and professional papers at state, regional, and national archaeological meetings. For more information about our public education program please contact us.
More information about North Carolina's early inhabitants
The Carolina Algonkians - a website devoted to primary historical and archaeological information pertaining to the Algonkians. An excellent source page.
Native American Settlement of North Carolina
Trail of Tears Association, North Carolina Chapter