St. Augustine Archaeological Association

The May meeting of St. Augustine Archaeological Association (SAAA) will feature a lecture including a review of work done in 2007 by four Contract Archaeologists.

According to an announcement received by Historic City Media, Mike Arbuthnot: Laser documentation of the A. L. Lewis Arch, Bryan Marks: Historic Roads – Old Dixie & Kings Highway, Greg Smith: Work at Ponce Inlet and Ted Payne: Work at the Three Chimneys property, are scheduled to be presented.

This lecture will be open to the public and is being held at the Main Branch Library on Tuesday, May 13, 2008, at 7:00 PM.

SAAA is a group of professional and vocational archaeologists interested in the preservation and interpretation of Florida’s rich archaeological resources and cultural heritage, especially in the northeast Florida region; founded in 1981 to provide volunteers to support the City of St. Augustine’s Archaeological Preservation Ordinance.

SAAA operates as a Florida chartered not-for-profit organization and is a chapter of the Florida Anthropological Society representing the City of St. Augustine and the northeast Florida region (St. Johns, Duval and Flagler Counties).