Welcome to the Wyoming State Archaeologists Office
Members of the Wyoming Archaeological Society
assisting in the excavation of the Butler-Rissler site,
an 1,800 year old Woodland/Besant site along the
North Platte River southwest of Casper.
A partnership between the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists (W.A.P.A.) and the Wyoming Archaeological Society (W.A.S.). Click here
Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists/Wyoming Archaeological Society
Are you interested in events concerning Wyoming archaeology? WAPA members: want to stay informed about recent activities? This is your source
for information about Wyoming Archaeology!
A new historic context on Military Sites
A new historic context on Military Sites in Wyoming 1700–1920 is now available. Click here
Latest news at the Historic Preservation Office/Archaeology
- Featured Story
Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board receives award from State
- Tuesday, May 21, 2013
- Praised for its historical improvement efforts in downtown Cheyenne, the Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board has received the State Historic Preservation Commission Award from the State of Wyoming.
Read full story...
- In the Newsmore >>
2012 Archaeology Awareness Month
he 2012 Wyoming Archaeology Awareness Month poster celebrates the 150th anniversary of the passage of the Homestead Act and features a photograph of the Osborn Homestead in Sublette County. The posters are free of charge and may be picked up at the State Historic Preservation Office in Cheyenne, 3rd floor Barrett Building, 2301 Central Ave. or in Laramie, at the Anthropology Building at 12th and Lewis, Room 312. Limit one poster per person. Click here
to learn more.
Archaeology Wear 2012
Archaeology Wear 2012 is available for order. The design on the tee shirts is a Fremont petroglyph called “Keeper of the Canyon” from a site in SW Wyoming.
to download the order form.