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Join us for… A talk by Steve Mills “Memories of Jim Tuck’s Work in Newfoundland & Labrador”, which will be followed by the NLAS AGM When: Wednesday, November 20th 2019 at 7:00pm Where: Queen’s College (Room 2013), Memorial University of … Continue reading
Our 2020 calendars are here! These beautiful calendars are for sale at just $20 each and supplies are VERY limited! Please contact us directly to get yours. Send us a message on Facebook OR email us at email@example.com Cover Image: … Continue reading
We are pleased to offer a free “Conservation in the Field” Workshop with MUN Archaeological Conservator, Donna Teasdale! The workshop will be an informal meeting with tips and tricks for what to do while out in the field when you … Continue reading
The NLAS is pleased to announce we have ball hats for sale – & just in time for the Newfoundland & Labrador field season too! Hats are $25.00 each and available in either navy blue or black You can also … Continue reading
The NLAS is pleased to announce we will now be offer discounted membership rates for the remainder of 2019! Individual members are now just $15 (save $10), Student/Senior rate is $10 (save $10), Family rate is $25 (save $10), Institutional rate is $35 (save $15), Lifetime membership is on for $200 (save $150). To download … Continue reading
Our AGM will be held on Wednesday, November 14 at The Landing at the UC on the MUN campus (7:00-9:00pm). Our guest speakers will be Dr. Véronique Forbes and Dr. Vaughan Grimes both of the Department of Archaeology at Memorial … Continue reading
The upcoming NLAS workshop “From 2D photos to 3D models” is scheduled for 1-4 pm on Saturday, May 26th. This workshop will provide an introduction to the construction of 3D digital models from photos, of artifacts, archaeological features, and landscapes. … Continue reading
Over the last 10 years, a research group from Memorial University and McMaster University have been working toward gaining further insight into the genetics and lifeways of Beothuk and Maritime Archaic populations in Newfoundland and Labrador. As a direct result … Continue reading
A great day and an energetic hike out along the beautiful trail to Bordeaux Head last Saturday, September 2nd. Though we found numerous beach-strewn waterworn lithics from the former Dorset site, there was no evidence of any in-situ deposits. Our … Continue reading