These are just some of the archaeology field schools in the Americas that can be considered for the Elfrieda Frank Scholars Archaeology summer program:

Anthracite Heritage Project Archaeological Field School

Field School Program in Peru

The Open School of Ethnography and Anthropology

Texas Tech Field School near Navasota, Texas.

Arizona State University field school in New Mexico

Great Dismal Swamp – American U. archaeology field school (near Norfolk, VA)

Foothill Ecuador Program

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Colorado

The Abbe Museum in Gouldsboro, ME has a one-week field school usually in August focusing on Wabanaki Indian sites:

Northern Great Basin Archaeology Field School, U. Oregon:

UNC South American Archaeology Field School, Peru:

More Field School Programs in Peru — Archaeology in San Jose de Moro

Inca’s Pachacamac Fieldschool’s-Pachacamac-Fieldschool

IEP Instituto de Estudios Peruanos

Preservation Virginia and the University of Virginia, Jamestown Field School (Note: a Colby alumnus is a staff archaeologist on this dig and Colby students have worked here successfully in the past.)

Institute for Field Research, Mexico-Ethnohistory: a program that looks at the integration of archaeological research with art history, ethnohistory, and ethnography

**Many other opportunities can be found at:  The Archaeological Institute of America

This site lists field schools geographically — click on the map to find opportunities in locations that interest you.

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