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36th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference 

March 1 - 3, 2019
Northern Kentucky University Landrum Academic Center


On Friday afternoon at 1:00 pm, there will be an opportunity to tour the James A. Ramage Civil War Museum for historical background, then drive to Devou Park to hike to Battery Bates and Coombs. The cost of the tour is $3.00 per person. A visit to the Behringer Crawford Museum in Devou Park is an option for an additional $9.00 per person. The Ramage Civil War Museum will be open and offers a book sale with over 1,000 Civil War History books. Sales are cash or check only. Parking will be available at the Community of Faith Presbyterian Church lot, 1400 Highland Avenue, Fort Wright, Kentucky.  


Hampton Inn and Suites Newport/Cincinnati, 275 Columbia Street in Newport, 859-415-0678

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Kentucky Archaeology Month September 2018

30 Days of Kentucky Archaeology

We are getting very excited about Archaeology Month 2018! September is the month to celebrate all things archaeology in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. We invite you to visit our blog, 30 Days of Kentucky Archaeology, to learn more. Visit the link now to see blogs from last year. The blog will be going live again this September with a new blog everyday throughout Kentucky Archaeology Month.

Kentucky Archaeology Month Activity in Frankfort

Archaeologists from the Kentucky Heritage Council are partnering with the Kentucky Historical Society and Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Capital Lodge No. 6 to host a family-friendly mock archaeological investigation on the Old Capitol Lawn. Please come and celebrate Kentucky Archaeology Month with the Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) and Kentucky Heritage Council (KHC) during the September 21, 2018 Odd Fellows Market from 6:30 until 7:30. If you plan to participate, please be on the lawn by 6:15. (Please no children under 12 years of age without an adult.) 

Click for the 2018 Kentucky Archaeology Month news release