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Suffolk County Archaeological Association has always been Long Island’s voice for an invisible cultural resource - archaeology. But we can only do it with your help. Join with us in our mission and donate now.
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SCAA's archeology programs for students are one of the earliest public archeology programs in America. This story is told in a chapter in the national publication Past Meets Present, authors, Jameson & Baugher, Springer 2007 • We serve as an advocate for endangered archaeological sites • We assist the public in identifying artifacts and sites and experiencing primal technology • We provide accurate information to the public about our region’s, archaeology, ethnohistory, and Native people through our publications and programs.