- Bill Harris, Annette Butts, and Carol Patterson
- Second Annual Members' Potpourri of Archaeology Sites in France, Australia, and the Uncompahgre Plateau
- February 21, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
Baldridge Hall, Montrose United Methodist Church
(at the corner of S. 1st Street and Park Avenue)
These will be three short illustrated talks by chapter members about their own adventures. Come and catch a taste of our members' tours of the rock artistry of southern France and Northern Queensland, Australia, as well as field trips to find and record several important local sites that were excavated by local archaeologists, the Huschers, in 1939 and then "lost" to science. This fun, informal meeting will have refreshments. The business meeting starts promptly at 7:00, so please come a little early and get your refreshments so each speaker can have 20 minutes!
Finding the Harold and Betty Huscher sites in Western Colorado: a series of field trips to locate several enigmatic prehistoric architectural sites in Montrose, Delta, and Mesa Counties, excavated but not formally documented in 1940 by archaeologists with the Denver Museum of Natural History
Ice Age Cave Art of France: Highlights of her excellent 2017 tour of Paleolithic cave art.
Aboriginal Rock Art of Quinkan sites of Queensland, Australia-1998 and 2017: Carol takes us through six fascinating rock art sites she studied in Australia in 1998, and also revisited on a trip this year.