Fall Ohio Archaeological Council Meeting September 29, 2017

Fall Ohio Archaeological Council Meeting September 29, 2017

This year’s fall meeting will focus on the many ways archaeologists and American Indian Tribes are working together.  It will be held in the 3rd Floor Cardinal Classroom at the Ohio History Center, 800 E. 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43211.  The public is invited to attend.


9:30-10am: Coffee & pastries
10-11:20am: Archaeological Recovery of an Historic Ottawa Burial on Ewing Island, Lucas County, Ohio (33LU805) Linda Pansing, Juli Six, William H. Pickard

11:20-11:30am: Break

11:30am-12:30pm: OAC Business meeting

12:30-1:30pm: Lunch on your own, food trucks scheduled to be in parking lot or bring your own

1:30-1:50pm: NAGPRA at Ball State University: Respecting the Past; Building Relationships for the Future Christine Thompson, Kevin C. Nolan, and S. Homes Hogue

1:50-2:10pm: Consultation Beginnings at the Cincinnati Museum Center
Robert A. Genheimer, George Rieveschl Curator of Archaeology and Tyler Swinney, Tribal Liaison/NAGPRA Coordinator

2:10-2:30pm: Developing TCPs for the Ohio Valley Jay Toth, Seneca Nation

2:30-2:50pm: Geophysical Survey and the Search for Graves: Cemeteries and other Unmarked Settings Jarrod Burks, Ohio Valley Archaeology, Inc.

2:50-3:10pm: Recent and Ongoing Tribal Consultations with Huntington District, Developing Effective Collaboration with Tribal Partners Rodney Parker, USACE, Huntington District

3:10-3:30pm: Break

3:30-4:30pm: Panel discussion and Q&A moderated by Kevin Pape, Gray & Pape
-Ben Barnes, Second Chief, The Shawnee Tribe
-Stacey Halfmoon, Director of American Indian Relations, Ohio History Connection
-Ernie Ladkani, Senior Advisor for Environmental Planning & Permitting at TransCanada 
-Earl Evans, Gray & Pape Tribal Engagement Specialist
If you have any questions please contact Erica L. Schneider at [email protected]


Posted September 22, 2017
Topics: American Indian HistoryHistoric PreservationArchaeology

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