Archaeology Month, May 2009 at The College of Idaho OJSmith Museum of Natural History
During April and May, the Museum archaeologist and curator, Jan Summers Duffy will present programs pertaining to archaeology in Idaho and in May, on ancient Egypt to various groups.
04-09-09 - Events
Idaho, United States, North America
The April 9th meeting of the Idaho Archaeology Society (Great Basin Chapter) will present a dvd on the traveling exhibit, Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs. Jan Summers Duffy, the museum's archaeologist/curator, has previously worked in Egypt and has authored several articles in Egyptology magazines, will highlight the tomb's interesting past history and its findings.
During May, the Museum will represent Archaeology Month and hold it's monthly workshop and Open House on May 2nd, when she will present a program on an important Idaho discovery, The Buhl Woman, a Paleoindian discovery in Idaho. With the help of the former state archaeologist, Jan will present facts, findings and pictures on the discovery which has now been repatriated back to the Shoshone Bannock Tribe at Fort Hall.
The Museum is open on both dates 9am - 3pm and all are invited.
Jan Summers The College of Idaho, OJSmith Museum of Natural History 2112 Cleveland Blvd. Boone Hall Caldwell Idaho, 83605