Ohio Archaeological Council Presentations May 8, 2009

On Friday, May 8, 2009, the Ohio Archaeological Council (OAC) will hold its Spring Membership Meeting at Battelle Darby Creek Metropark,1775 Darby Creek Drive, Galloway, Ohio at the Cedar Ridge Lodge (accessible off the Cedar Ridge Entrance, see http://www.metroparks.net/MapBattelle.aspx).

Below is the program for the day and paper abstracts can be obtained from the OAC website http://www.ohioarchaeology.org/joomla/ . If you are interested in partaking in the lunch cookout ($6.00 cost) , please RSVP to Lynn Simonelli at lsimonelli@boonshoftmuseum.org.

We are thrilled that information on work done at two Ohio Historical Society sites (Fort Ancient and Rankin House) are going to presented.

Ohio Archaeological Council Spring Membership Meeting
Friday, May 8, 2009

9:30-10:00: Coffee, donuts, and bagels

10:00-10:20: The Possum Hollow Site (33CT645), a Stratified Floodplain Site in Clermont County, Ohio, Anne B. Lee

10:20-10:40: A Newly Discovered Newtown Phase Village in Southern Ohio: A Preliminary Assessment, Matthew P. Purtill

10:40-11:00: Discovery of an Early Woodland Paired-post Structure During Recent Investigations in Adams County, Ohio, Jeremy A. Norr, Matthew P. Purtill, and Jonathan B. Frodge

11:00-11:15: Break

11:15-12:15: Business Meeting

12:15-1:30: Lunch (cookout)

1:30-1:50: The Patton Site (33AT990): A Sedentary Middle Woodland Community in Southeastern Ohio, Sarah Weaver and Elliot Abrams

1:50-2:10: The Wildcat Site (33My499), a Small Fort Ancient Habitation in Dayton, Ohio, Robert Cook

2:10-2:30: Excavations, Ancient and Modern, at the Moorehead Circle at Fort Ancient, Robert Riordan

2:30-2:40: Break

2:40-3:00: The 2008 Excavation at the Heckleman Site (33Er14), Investigating Northern Ohio Hopewell, Brian Scanlan

3:00-3:20: Potential Rankin-era Archaeological Features at the Rankin State Memorial, Ripley, Ohio, Michael Striker

3:20-3:40: A Window into Hahn: Middle Fort Ancient at a Late Fort Ancient Village, Robert Genheimer

3:40-4:00: Archaeology in Eddie Rickenbacker’s Back Yard: Searching for a World War I Hero’s Youth, Jarrod Burks
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