FREE Archaeology Month Wednesday Evening Lecture Series

    March 6, 2019 @ 6:00 pm
    Sultana Theatre,
    301 W Historic Rte 66
    AZ 86046

    FREE Archaeology Month Wednesday Evening Lecture Series,

    6:00 PM, Sultana Theatre, 301 W Historic Rte 66, Williams, AZ 86046

    Wednesday March 6th: Movie: Arizona Heroes of WW 1. The American Legion, Department of Arizona. Presented by Michael Roux. Some of footage is graphic.

    Thursday March 13th: South Kaibab Heritage Accomplishment Report: South Kaibab Zone archaeologist Neil Weintraub will tell the story of how the Forest Service, volunteers, and partners helped rehabilitate the historic 1911 Kendrick Mountain Lookout Cabin.

    Thursday March 20th: Williams Railroading History and the Arizona State Railroad Museum: By Grand Canyon Railroad Historian Al Richmond.

    Thursday March 27th: A Bird’s-Eye View: Historic Aircraft Navigation Arrows in Northern Arizona Cornerstone Environmental Archaeologist Jack Treichler will present how in 2018, Cornerstone Environmental archaeologists identified the remains of a forgotten aircraft navigational aid during an archaeological survey on the Kaibab National Forest in northern Arizona. This paper presents a brief background of the origin of associated arrows, beacons, and other such aids, and explores the function, age, and relation of this marker to other similar features.


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