Topics Related to Public Archaeology

Join Melissa Timo, Historic Cemetery Specialist, as she discusses cemetery traditions along the NC coast from the 18th through early 20th centuries.

Learn about resources and programs for exploring and preserving family history.

Queen Anne's Revenge project archaeologists and conservators will be the STEM Expo with activities and information. Stop by and see them!

The North Carolina Archaeological Society will be offering a hands-on archaeological experience for NCAS members

In this presentation, Dr. Daniel will define archaeological stewardship, discuss why it is important, and encourage its continued development in North Carolina

Hear how maritime archaeologists and technology discovered three shipwrecks that give us greater insight into World War II’s Battle of the Atlantic.

These efficient fishing structures were used throughout the pre-colonial and historic periods and represent an important part of our cultural landscape.

The Office of State Archaeology will host a virtual event, taking place over the week of April 11th, showcasing the different sciences and technology used on both terrestrial and underwater archaeological sites across the state.

In light of Governor Cooper’s state of emergency declaration and guidance regarding canceling or postponing large gatherings in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, this event has been postponed.

Come out to "Arch in the Park" to talk with the experts and learn all about what we do, why we do it, and how you can get involved!