TAM is back in 2021!
TAM Events are held all across the state throughout the month of October. Most are family-friendly and include events such as Archeology Days with hands-on activities and demonstrations, museum tours and special exhibits, lectures and presentations, history walks, and more! TAM planning is underway, and this year we anticipate a return of in-person events. However, the THC is stil committed to keeping TAM accessible for people throughout the state by continuing to promote virtual events through our website again this year as well.
Hosting a TAM Event? Let Us Help!
- Fill out the 2021 Texas Archeology Month Event/Activity Form to add your event to the calendar.
- As in previous years, we have FREE archeology-related materials (posters, brochures, educational materials) to distribute to the public during TAM or any other time of year. Submit a Public Outreach Materials Order Form or email Donna McCarver (firstname.lastname@example.org) to have them mailed to you free of charge.
- Apply for the Council of Texas Archeologists Public Outreach Grant for up to $500 to help fund your event.
Please help us promote TAM events and activities by sharing our webpage (thc.texas.gov/tam) on websites, listservs, and social media. Need help with your virtual event? Please contact the TAM Coordinator Maggie Moore at Maggie.Moore@thc.texas.gov.
TAM 2021 Calendar of Events
61 Texas Archeology Month events were held in 42 towns throughout 37 counties
Archeology Blog Posts
- Texas Archeological Stewardship Network
- Archeology Resources for Educators
- Archeological Travel Destinations
- La Salle Odyssey Travel Guide and Mobile Tour
- American Indian Heritage Destinations
- Red River War of 1874-75 Travel Guide and Mobile Tour
Partner Organizations and Resources
- Texas Archeological Society
- Council of Texas Archeologists
- Bullock Texas State History Museum
- Texas Archeological Research Laboratory
- Texas Beyond History
- Handbook of Texas
- The Portal to Texas History
- The Gault School
- Archeology Unearths Fort Lancaster’s Built Environment (Authentic Texas magazine article)