Partner Organizations

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History Nebraska
Midwest Archeological Center – National Park Service
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Anthropology Department
Nebraska Archaeological Society

Collaborating Organizations (2018)

Fontenelle Forest (Bellevue, NE)
Fort Atkinson State Historical Park (Fort Calhoun, NE)
Hudson-Meng Education & Research Center, U.S. Forest Service (Harrison, NE)
Knight Museum (Alliance, NE)
Morrill Hall/University of Nebraska State Museum (Lincoln, NE)

Collaborating Organizations (Past)

Agate Fossil Beds (Harrison, NE)
Archaeological Institute of America: Lincoln/Omaha
Ashfall Fossil Beds (Royal, NE)
Baright Public Library (Ralston, NE)
Boone County Historical Society (Albion, NE)
Cass County Historical Society (Plattsmouth, NE)
Custer County Historical Society and Museum (Broken Bow, NE)
DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge (Blair, NE/Missouri Valley, IA)
Emerson Public Library (Emerson, NE)
Frank House (Kearney, NE)
Lincoln County Historical Museum (North Platte, NE)
Knight Museum (Alliance, NE)
Nebraska Prairie Museum (Holdrege, NE)
Platte County Historical Museum (Columbus, NE)
River Country Nature Center (Nebraska City, NE)
South Sioux City Library (South Sioux City, NE)
Thayer County Historical Society (Belvidere, NE)
Washington County Museum (Fort Calhoun)

Funding

Nebraska Archaeology Month has also been funded in part by the Nebraska Association of Professional Archeologists, Humanities Nebraska, the Nebraska Cultural Endowment, and the Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation.

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Humanities Nebraska

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Humanities Nebraska is a statewide, non-profit organization inspiring and enriching personal and public life by offering opportunities to thoughtfully engage with history and culture, with additional funding from the Nebraska Cultural Endowment.
The Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation supports the preservation, interpretation, and appreciation of Nebraska history. The Foundation works directly with donors on their funding priorities in support of countless Nebraska State Historical Society programs, projects, and events.
If you enjoy Archaeology Month, please consider supporting these organizations. Your support helps preserve our past and inform our future, assuring that Nebraska’s history will be accessible to future generations.

 

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