Tennessee Archaeology Network

Tennessee Archaeology Network

The Central Information Source
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News and Events

New. CRITA 2014 (January 24-25) Preliminary Program is now posted (1/10/2014).

New. Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology web pages with 2014 membership application/renewal form.

New. Tennessee Archaeology e-journal Volume 7, Issue 1 published November 18, 2013.

On-Site Links

Frequently Asked Questions about Tennessee Archaeology

Frequently Asked Questions about a Career in Archaeology in the United States

Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology Annual Meeting (January)

Tennessee Archaeology -- On-line Journal

Learn More about Tennessee Archaeology

Tennessee Archaeology Awareness Month (September)

Publications

Organizations

Laws and Ethics

Archaeology Links -- Tennessee and beyond

Works Progress Administration/Tennessee Valley Authority Archaeological Photograph Archive

Link to Tennessee Archaeology: A Synthesis draft chapters for review, comments, and suggestions. (added 1/24/08)

Welcome to the
Tennessee Archaeology Network

Castalian Springs Mounds and Rainbow

The Tennessee Archaeology Network was established in 1996 to promote and publicize the contributions and significance of archaeological research in the state of Tennessee.

The Tennessee Archaeology Net webpages are hosted and maintained by Dr. Kevin E. Smith in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Middle Tennessee State University -- located only a short distance from the geographic center of the state. However, these pages would not be possible without the support of many friends, students, colleagues, and associates.

Please send your information items, comments, and questions to kevin.smith@mtsu.edu

Links to my on-line field project web pages

 




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