If you want to know more about Kansas archeology, you'll be interested to find a variety of programs and resources through the Kansas Historical Society.
Project Archaeology - our curriculum pieces designed for fourth through seventh grade students relating to Kansas archeology and Kansas curricular standards.
Puzzles from the Past: Solving Problems Through Archeology - our traveling resources trunk for middle and high school.
Kansas Archeology Training Program - this annual field school, held around the state in partnership with the Kansas Anthropological Association, offers experiences for professionals, avocational archeologist, students, and families.
Artifact identification - join us for our artifact ID information sharing events.
Antiquities Act - to conserve significant archeological remains on state, county, and municipal lands.
Contract archeology - review process to evaluate the potential impact of highway projects on cultural resources.
Section 106 consultation - review process to protect cultural resources related to federally funded or permitted projects.
Unmarked Burial Sites - protecting unmarked burials in Kansas and the human remains and associated objects that come from them.
Timeline - find a basic description of the scientific study of cultures and people of the past in Kansas along with an archeology timeline.
Collections - our archeology collections encompass prehistoric and historic specimens, among the largest and most comprehensive from the Kansas region, documenting more than 10,000 years of human occupation in the central plains.
Site protection files - encompassing location and contents of more than 14,000 archeological sites in the state for professional researchers.