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M.A.S. fosters public under-standing through educational programs and publications, and promotes scientific research; careful, well-directed archaeological activity; conservation of sites, data, and artifacts; and seeks to prevent the collection of specimens for commercial purposes.

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Reminder for tonight! Join the NE/Winter Chapter in Andover for a talk on forensic archaeology! ... See MoreSee Less

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Gene Winter/NE Chapter's next meeting is April 21 at the R.S. Peabody Museum in Andover. Sarah Kiley Schoff, a doctoral candidate from the Univ of Florida is a forensic anthropologist based in MA. Join us at 7pm for her talk "Plow-Zone Archaeology: A Taphonomy Experiment from the Midwest." Learn about the recovery of human remains from archaeological and crime settings. Details below. Free! ... See MoreSee Less

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The MAS is having a blast at Middleborough Herring Run Festival! Come and join us on this beautiful spring day! (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Having a little fun at the Herring Festival. The fish are running and the folks are hungry learn about archaeology (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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If you're into archaeology, history, and local culture, Middleborough is the place to be today! Join the MAS for our 2015 Spring Meeting and learn about some of the current research in New England archaeology, and then head down to the Herring Run Festival at Oliver Mills to check out the herring and local vendors, including MAS! (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Anyone interested in a little historical archaeology this weekend? Friday, April 10 at the Lexington Historical Society, Dr. Meg Watters, MAS Member and local archaeologist, will be giving a talk entitled "Interpreting the Evidence: Parker's Revenge Under Investigation." Meet at The Depot at 8pm. FREE. ... See MoreSee Less

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