information call (562) 596-8478 or contact the Main office of the AIA:
Archaeological Institute of America, Located at Boston University, 656
Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215-2010.
Telephone (617) 353-9361, Fax (617) 353-6550,
Current Downloadable Files
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2019-2020 Lecture Schedule
The AIA - Orange County Society, Inc.
Early Human Dispersal into North America During the Last Interglacial, 130,000 years ago: How Could They Get Here That Early?
Dr. Steven Holen and Kathleen Holen
Center for American Paleolithic Research
Sunday, January 12, 2020, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
at Concordia University, Grimm Hall, DeNault Auditorium
For Details and Directions, Click Here
AIA-OC 2016-1019 Grant Awards to
Southern California Graduate Students
We are one of the AIA local societies
provide a vehicle for people interested in archaeology to meet one
another, to hear
scholars about their current research, to learn about recent
archaeological discoveries and to take trips together to nearby
archaeological sites and other archaeology-related events.
For a description of our next archaeology lecture, click on Next Lecture at the left. For a list of other upcoming lectures click on Lecture Schedule. A few of our past activities are shown in the photos below. For descriptions and other photos of AIA-OC activities click on Archives. For information on joining the AIA-OC click on Membership.
Note: A new link
has been added in the left hand column that provides information on
making a donation to the AIA-Orange County Society. See Support AIA-OC. (August 30, 2016)
AIA Orange County Chapter Archives
The AIA-OC archives are now housed at the Old Orange County Courthouse
in the PCAS library, ground floor, 211 West Santa Ana Blvd., Santa Ana.
Jane Gothold, librarian and archivist at PCAS, may be contacted at
562-947-6506 to arrange a visit. She will be happy to meet anyone who
would like to peruse the archives. Materials included in the collection
to-date are past newsletters, board minutes, and photographs of
lectures, field trips and social functions.