April 16 – Lecture – New Mexico Before Columbus

NM Before Columbus, presented by Chautauqua Speaker, Alan Osborne, is a long and fascinating human story which is often overlooked in our history books in favor of the colonial explorations and stories.  With more than a half century of state-sponsored archaeological investigations and more than a century of anthropological interaction with NM and the Southwest, we have more than 100,000 cataloged cultural sites from the long span of human habitation here.  Osborne’s talk will look at Paleo-Indian, Archaic, and Classic ancestral cultures as we understand them today.

Join us for this informative talk

Where:   Sandoval County Historical Society Museum (DeLavy House).

DeLavy House (Sandoval County Historical Society Museum) located on Edmund Rd & Hwy 550, Bernalillo.  Turn between I-Hop & Warrior Fuel Station – follow the gravel road.

Cost:  $5 for Adults; 16 and under, Free; members of the Friends of Coronado are FREE

Reservations: None. Come Early! Seating is Limited!

Public Contact:  George Swenson, Program Chairman.  505-771-9493, or visit www.kuaua.com

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