Suffolk County Archaeological Association is a non-profit organization which promotes education, publications, curriculum materials and films to further the understanding of Long Island History and Archaeology, both historic and prehistoric.
For information on SCAA's Education Programs -- Native Life & Archaeology and Colonial Life & Technology, refer to Education Programs.
To see the nine volumes published by SCAA since 1975 see Publications.
For educational materials see Curriculum Materials.
To review SCAA's documentary films -- The Sugar Connection: Holland, Barbados, Shelter Island and The Manors of Long Island -- see Films.
To see the history of our programs please consult Past Meets Present.