Archaeological Society of Southern Florida

Archaeological Society of Southern Florida

The Archaeological Society of Southern Florida was established in 1949. We operate as a non-profit, volunteer organization which acts as a support mechanism for the office of the Dade County Archaeologist, serves as a focal point for local archaeology enthusiasts and professionals in the field, and helps to promote knowledge and appreciation of native archaeological and historical sites in the South Florida area.

ASSF CODE OF ETHICS:
1. Members of the Society agree to promote archaeological site preservation and conservation, to excavate only endangered sites as part of a qualified research group, to not excavate archaeological sites for the unscientific collecting of artifacts.
2. All artifacts and material Society projects are the property of the Society.

ASSF OBJECTIVE:
To provide a formal means by which individuals and institutions interested in archaeological and anthropological studies in South Florida and related areas may come together for mutual benefit.

CONTACT
Newsletter Editor, Mary Ellen Gray
1511 N.W. 79th Way
Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
meg007@comcast.net

MEETINGS
The Deering Estate
16701 SW 72nd Ave
Miami, FL 33157

OFFICERS
President: Juan Riera
Vice President: Carter Burrus
Treasurer: Marci Philbin
Secretary & FAS Rep: Jim South

Directors:
Bob Carr, George Cummings, Daryl Cunningham, Richard Haiduven, Seth Lefkow, Meryl Shriver Rice, Barbara Tansey