As an extension of ARC's commitment towards community projects, staff members from ARC also give talks to the community that covers a wide range of cultural resource management talks.  Previous talks have been given on architecture, prehistory and history of the St. Louis area, on specific excavations that ARC has been involved with, and on the importance of preserving our cultural heritage.
Upcoming Talks

Importance of Doing Archaeological Investigations on
Community Historical Properties

by Joe Harl
on Friday, April 7 at 9:30-10:30am
at the Certified Local Governments Forum
at Lewis and Clark State Office Building
1101 Riverside Drive
Jefferson City, Missouri 65101

Preliminary Results of the Archaeological Investigations of the Proposed National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA),
City of St. Louis, Missouri

by Joe Harl
on Wednesday, June 7 at 7:00pm
hosted by the Mound City Archaeological Society
at the Missouri History Museum
Lindell and DeBaliviere in Forest Park

Grave Information:  Cultural Insights Gained Through the Archaeological Investigations of Historic Burial Grounds
by Joe Harl
at the Missouri Preservation Conference
Hannibal, Missouri

Documentation of the Sappington Negro Cemetery near
Arrow Rock, Missouri

by Robin Machiran
at the Missouri Preservation Conference
Hannibal, Missouri

ARC also gives talks to school groups and other organizations that are interested in archaeology or Missouri's cultural heritage.  Talks can be organized depending upon your area of interest -- please let us know what facet of archaeology you are interested in and we can arrange a talk accordingly.  If you are interested in having a presentation given at your school or organization, please contact us at (314) 426-2577.

Archaeological Research Center of St. Louis, Inc.
Specializing in Cultural Resource Management Surveys of Historic and Prehistoric Resources

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