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OAS SCHEDULED DIGS

          

  • SPRING DIG AT LONGEST SITE

  •  The Spring Dig was held May 24 - June 2, 2013 at the Longest Site,  an 18th century French and Indian village, on the Red River in Jefferson County, west of Marietta, Oklahoma.    The Dig Director was Dr. Richard Drass.

         
          Dig Pictures will be available on the website under archeology, click on dig photos to view the pictures.
        

 



 













The cost of the dig per member is $5 a day up to $20 for the full time.

You must be a member of the state society (OAS) to participate in the Dig

You can sign up any time, click here for the OAS membership form, or you can sign up on-site at the Dig.

Click here for the
Dig sign up form
Print the form, sign it and send it to:

Cathy Compton
OAS Treasurer
401 NW 46th Terr.
Oklahoma City, OK 73118


Keep checking this web site for more information about this dig and future digs

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