ISAS Research Helping to Solve Cahokia Mystery
Fresh Look at Burials Tells a New Story at Cahokia
ISAS and University of Southern Indiana Receive National Park Service Grant
Orpheum Children's Science Museum Opens Archaeology Exhibit with Help From ISAS
Amanda Butler Leads Archaeology Students from Parkland College and University of Illinois at Collins Site
Website for Archaeology Projects Funded by Templeton Foundation and NEH Grants
It Takes Time to Curate All Those Artifacts
Archaeology Comes to the Champaign Public Library
ISAS Cemetery Assessment
Happy 325th Birthday Peoria
ISAS Geophysical Survey Reveals 13 Century Village
Endangered Heritage: Preserving Greater Cahokia
ISAS Director Receives SAA Award for Cultural Resource Management Excellence
Summaries of interesting CRM testing and data-recovery investigations undertaken.
Click here for IDOT CRM projects.
ISAS also engages in research activities,
including sponsoring, directing, and conducting research into the
archaeology of the state.
Click here for more research information.
Paleoindian Colonization of the Recently Deglaciated Great Lakes: Mobility and Technological Organization in Eastern Wisconsin
by John M. Lambert and Thomas J. Loebel
The Kaskaskia Manuscripts: 1708–1816, A Calendar of Civil Documents in Colonial Illinois
by Lawrie Cena Dean and Margaret Kimball Brown
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