Welcome to the home for the Nova Scotia Archaeology Society. Here you’ll find information about our illustrated public talks, events hosted by the society, resources related to archaeology in Nova Scotia, and you can learn more about joining the society on our Membership page.
The second 2016 NSAS lecture series will be Tuesday, October 25th at 7:30pm.
“The Landscapes of Colony Building: Early Modern French Colonization in Newfoundland and Labrador” by Dr. Amanda Crompton
The Nova Scotia Archaeology Society (NSAS) was formed in 1987. It is our mandate to bring together individuals interested in the study and promotion of archaeology, particularly as it relates to all cultures of Nova Scotia; to disseminate knowledge and encourage the exchange of information among professionals and amateurs alike; and to promote the preservation and protection of archaeological sites and resources throughout the Province.
Contact the NSAS: email@example.com