AIA_New_logo_300November 19, 2019 Lecture
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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Old Pecos Trail Cafe
     2239 Old Pecos Trail

Dinner:                      5:30 PM

Our February Meeting is
Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Old Pecos Trail Cafe

Meeting                    7:00 PM
Lecture                     7:15 PM
Local Speaker:
Cyler Conrad
ct:”New Insights and Lingering Questions on the Relationship between Humans and Turkeys in the  Prehispanic American Southwest/Mexican Northwest

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“Since Time Immemorial: Peopling of the Santa Fe National Forest”
Mike Bremer
Santa Fe National Forest Archaeologist


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Mike Bremer is the Forest Archaeologist for the Santa Fe National Forest.  He started working in archaeology in 1976 for the Arizona State Museum while he was finishing his Bachelor’s degree.  Since that time he has worked for the National Park Service, the State of Arizona, for several private contracting firms and for Northern Arizona University.  He finished the work for his Master’s degree at Northern Arizona University in 1987 and became a permanent employee with the Forest Service after starting seasonal work for the Coconino National Forest in 1980.  Mike has conducted research on the Sinagua archaeology of Walnut Canyon in the Flagstaff area, the archaeology of the Gallina region of northern New Mexico, and Late Ancestral Pueblo developments in the Northern Rio Grande.  Primary research interests include the study of peripheral cultural development and settlement studies.  On the Forest he has an active interest in understanding the relationship between the many communities that have used the Forest lands in the past.  He has worked extensively with tribal communities in the Northern Rio Grande on issues dealing with traditional uses of ancestral lands on the Santa Fe National Forest.  As the lead archaeologist on the Santa Fe National Forest he has extensive experience with the cultural resources of the Santa Fe and Northern Rio Grande region.  Mike lives in La Puebla between Espanola and Chimayo with his wife Anne Baldwin who is the District Archaeologist at the Espanola Ranger Station.

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