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The Central States Archaeological Societies, Inc. is a non-profit organization and has no paid
officers or employees.
Our mission is to develop a better understanding among professional and non-professional collectors
of archaeological material, students, museums and institutions of learning, and to further this understanding by providing a means
of publishing articles of interest by both professional and amateur archaeologists.
With the help of members
from state societies we
Central States Archaeological Journal four
times per year. (view selected journal articles)
See the current calendar of events which
includes show and State Society meetings.
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to view stolen relic pages.
to assist us in meeting our mission statement and receive
a qualifying federal tax deduction. Support from donors who
value CSAS is essential to CSAS's long-term financial health
and to the fulfillment of our mission. All of CSAS operating
revenue come from State Society membership and
the sales of journals.
Some state societies will accept reproduction
relic donations for a qualifying federal tax deduction.
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Your Central States Archaeological Journal
is more than just a magazine, more than the leading archaeological
publication in the United States.
It is the voice of you -- the members. It is your means
of reporting that important site or discovery that you have made. Too
often a great discovery is not reported and the information and history
are lost forever. Perhaps the piece you found might be the missing
link that some professional archaeologist is looking for. It could
be the direct tie-in to another report that is more important than
you realize. Use your Journal by sending good clear photographs and
reports to your Editor-in-Chief.