The people of New Hampshire have long held an interest in the discovery and conservation of archaeological resources. This keen interest brought about the advent of the NH Archaeological Society (NHAS) in 1947 and, three decades later, the development of the NH State Conservation and Rescue Archaeology Program (SCRAP), administered by NH Division of Historical Resources (NHDHR).

Today members of the NHAS work cooperatively with staff of the NHDHR to bring NH citizens educational programming such as lectures and field schools to create more interest in, and awareness of, the state’s irreplaceable archaeological resources.

Be more involved with these efforts by following NHAS on Facebook or Instagram at /nharchsociety or adding your name to our email list

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