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Piedmont Archaeological Society's Home Page

 

   Arrowheads, Axes, Prehistoric Artifacts


In Memoriam:

Jimmy Sweezy Elvin Wilson Smith
John H. Retherford  

Meeting and Show Dates
The Piedmont Archaeological Society has bi monthly meetings at the Harrisburg Town Hall in Harrisburg, North Carolina. The meetings start at 7:30 PM and there are always collectors/members showing their latest finds and lots of frames with past finds.

12,000 years of Carolina Amerind projectile evolution. The Chart

Check out show images
Saturday, September 6, 2014 Greensboro, N.C.
Abbeville, S.C. Show - Saturday, November 16, 2013
Greensboro, N. C. show Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013
Best of Badin 2013 ~ Hardaway Site Tour ~ 9/21/13
Camden, S.C. Show January 19, 2013
2012 Sept 8 Greensboro, N.C. Show
2012 Jan 14 Camden, S.C. Show
2011 November 19 Abbeville Civic Center Show, Abbeville, South Carolina
Greensboro, N.C. Show Saturday Sept 10, 2011
2010 Oct 2 Camden, S.C. Show
Clemmons, N.C. Show Saturday Sept 4, 2010
2010 May 22 Roanoke Rapids, N.C North Carolina
2010 Feb 6 Camden, S.C. Show
2009 October 31 Salisbury Artifact Show, North Carolina
Clemmons, N.C. Show Saturday May 30, 2009
February 7th, 2009 Southen Pines Artifact Show, North Carolina
2008 November 15 Salisbury Artifact Show, North Carolina
2008 November 9 Abbeville Civic Center Show, Abbeville, South Carolina
2008 June 28 Old Dominion Relic Collinsville Show, Virginia
2008 May 17 Camp Woodie Show
2008 April 26 Clemmons NC Show
2008 February 9 Southern Pines Show
2007 November 10 Abbeville Civic Center Show, Abbeville, South Carolina
2007 August 25 Old Dominion Relic Collinsville Show, Virginia on Saturday
2007 September 29 Salisbury Artifact Show, North Carolina

 

Membership Info
If you would like to become a member of PASNSC, see details by
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Members
If you have info of general interest to PAS members and/or photos for our website, please contact Ron Harris.
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If you are a member of the PAS, we have some great news for you... take a look HERE. You can have your OWN home page to show off your best finds.


The North Carolina State Archaeological Society Home Page. 
Central States Archaeological Societies welcomes you to visit their website.  Being a member of PASNSC, you will receive The Central States Archaeological Journal. 

Visit the Rankin Museum for more Archaeological Treasures.

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Town Creek Indian Mound:

 

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Savannah River Archaeological Research Program.
McClung Museum-University of Tennessee
Virginia Archaeology  
Southern Indian Studies~N.C. Archaeology

 




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