National Site Resources
African American Archaeology, History and Cultures
This web site is designed to provide convenient access to online presentations and resources concerning the subjects of African-American archaeology, history and cultures, and broader subjects of African diaspora archaeology.
The AIA promotes an informed public interest in the cultures and civilizations of the past, supports archaeological research, fosters the sound professional practice of archaeology, advocates the preservation of the world’s archaeological heritage, and represents the discipline in the wider world.Canadian Archaeological Association
The objectives of the CAA are To promote the increase and the dissemination of archaeological knowledge in Canada;encourage archaeological research and conservation efforts;Canadian Clay Tobacco Pipe Industries
This site is dedicated to the 19th century Canadian clay tobacco pipe industry. The Canadian Clay pipe industry had links to other North American centers of clay pipe making and as a result information is provided here on Detroit, Rouses Point, and New York City pipe makers.Dental Analysis for Archaeology
This web site details the use of dental analysis in archaeology and provides links to other web sites on dental analysisthe Digital Archaeological Record
tDAR is an international digital archive and repository that houses data about archaeological investigations, research, resources, and scholarship. tDAR provides researchers new avenues to discover and integrate information relevant to topics they are studying. Users can search tDAR for digital documents, data sets, images, GIS files, and other data resources from archaeological projects spanning the globe.Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference
Archaeology of the area from New York to Virginia, and from the Atlantic coast to West Virginia. The latest research on a a wide variety of archaeological sites dating from the earliest Paleo-Indian sites to 20th-century sites.International Archaeology Day
International Archaeology Day is a day for organizations across the U.S. and Canada and around the world to raise awareness of archaeology and provide opportunities for the public to participate in archaeological activities. Above all, National Archaeology Day is a celebration of archaeology and emphasizes the idea that archaeology is everywhere.NPS Links to the Past
U.S. National Park Service — History is everywhere In nearly 400 national parks and every hometown.Parks Canada, Federal Archaeology Office
Archaeological heritage is an essential element in the affirmation of our Canadian identity and a source of inspiration and knowledge. It is the policy of the Government of Canada to protect and manage this heritage.Society for American Archaeology
The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) is an international organization dedicated to the research, interpretation, and protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas.Society for Historical Archaeology
Historical archaeology is the study of the material remains of past societies. This field of research embraces the interests of a diverse group of scholars representing the disciplines of anthropology, history, geography, and folklore.
Archaeology at the Québec Ministry of Culture
In Québec, archaeological services are co-ordinated at the Ministère de la Culture, des Communications et de la condition féminine du Québec (MCCCFQ). This link leads you the ISAQ database of reports in Québec archaeology and a list of services offered by the Ministry.Les services archéologiques du MCCCFQ
Downloadable archaeological publications.
Au Québec, plusieurs services archéologiques sont coordonnés par le Ministère de la Culture, des Communications et de la Condition féminine du Québec (MCCCFQ). L’hyperlien suivant vous amène à la base de données de l’ISAQ qui contient une liste des rapports archéologiques déposés au Québec, ainsi qu’une liste des services offerts par le Ministère.Archaeology in Nova Scotia
Les publications archéologiques à télécharger
Over the past 11,000 years, the area we know today as Nova Scotia has been settled by many different groups of people. Archaeology in Nova Scotia provides a glimpse into this history.The Colony of Avalon
The colony was founded by George Calvert, later Lord Baltimore, in 1621 in Newfoundland. The Ferryland settlement was "forgotten", and its remains lay undisturbed for centuries.The Five Points Site
The Five Points neighborhood of New York City is named for the points created by the intersection of Park, Worth, and Baxter streets. The archaeological excavation of the Foley Square courthouse block provided the opportunity to examine the physical remains of life in this infamous place.Fortress of Louisbourg
A Research Site for the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site of Canada operated by the Louisbourg Institute.Historic St. Mary's City
Historic St. Mary's City, the site of the fourth permanent settlement in British North America, Maryland's first capital, and the birthplace of religious toleration, invites you to explore the lifeways of Maryland's first citizens.St. Mary's City Exhibit "All of Us Would Walk Together"
An investigation of 19th century slavery in Southern MarylandJamestown Rediscovery
Official website of the Jamestown Rediscovery Archaeological Project at Jamestown Island, Virginia, the first permanent English colony in North America.Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory
The Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory (MAC Lab) is a state-of-the-art archaeological research, conservation, and curation facility located at Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum, the State Museum of Archaeology. The MAC Lab serves as a clearinghouse for archaeological collections recovered from land-based and underwater projects conducted by State and Federal agencies throughout Maryland.Maryland Historical Trust
The Maryland Historical Trust (Trust) is a state agency dedicated to preserving and interpreting the legacy of Maryland’s past.The Plymouth Colony Archive Project
The Plymouth Colony Archive presents a collection of fully searchable texts, including: court records, colony laws, journals, probate inventories, town plans, maps; research and seminar analyses; and archaeological and material culture studies.West Virginia Archeology
The mission of the Division of Culture and History's State Historic Preservation Office is to encourage, inform, support, and participate in the efforts of the people of West Virginia to identify, recognize, preserve and protect West Virginia's prehistoric and historic structures, objects and sites.