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Topeka - Kansas Historical Society - Flint Hills Archaeological Conference

The 42nd Annual Flint Hills Archaeological Conference will be held at the Kansas Historical Society in Topeka. Schedule is tentative with check-in, behind-the-scenes tour, and evening reception on March 13, and a full day of presentations on March 14.

Abstracts due February 28, 2020
Send to kshs.archeologyoutreach@ks.gov

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For more information visit the Flint Hills Archaeology Conference Website.

The image is Munkers Creek Dart Points from the Elliott site, 14GE303, in Geary County. These points are made of Permian chert from the Flint Hills region and date between 4250 and 2850 BCE.