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Photo courtesy of Karen M Berggren
Welcome!  Our Chapter is associated with Homolovi Ruins State Park near Winslow, Arizona.   Visitors are welcome
to our meetings on the third Thursday of most months. We usually have a guest speaker.

We have a lot of activities scheduled!  Some activities are open to everyone, others are restricted to AAS members.
Petroglyphs, Chevelon
Canyon near the iron bridge.
Visit our on-line Museum Shop!  We established this web site to help Native American artists of
our area expand their market and to provide access to our book stock.  Profits are used to assist the park
and the Hopi Tribe with their public outreach programs and to fund archaeological and cultural projects
and publications.
The Homolovi Chapter of the Arizona
Archaeological Society is located in
Winslow,Arizona and has a "friends" relationship
with Homolovi Ruins State Park. The chapter
works cooperatively with the park to sponsor
special programs and activities including monthly
meetings of the archaeological society at the
Winslow Chamber of Commerce visitor center in
the old Hubbel Trading Post at 523 West 2nd St,
Winslow, AZ. These meetings often feature
speakers and the programs are open to the public.
Homolovi Chapter
Arizona Archaeological Society

"Homolovi" is Hopi for "Place of the Little Hills"- the traditional name for Winslow, Arizona
Last update Jan 14, 2011
Where are we? Click here for a map of Arizona State Parks!
New Podcast!    MP3 Tour of Homolovi II, the park's main archaeological site.
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Photo courtesy of Darlene Brinkerhoff
Photo courtesy of Darlene Brinkerhoff
Photo courtesy of Karen M Berggren
Photo courtesy of Karen M Berggren
Photo courtesty AZ State Parks/Karen M Berggren
Photo courtesy of Darlene Brinkerhoff
Homolovi Ruins State Park News
Good news!  It looks like the park will be reopening this spring thanks to Hopi Tribe.  They will
be funding park staff positions for at least one and possibly two years!

The archaeology society will no longer be operating the park museum shop.  However, we will
wholesale Hopi artwork, books, and cds/DVDs to Arizona State Parks.  We will also sell these
items on this web site, eBay, and Amazon.

For current information, visit the
Arizona State Parks web site.

The Homolovi Chapter of the Arizona Archaeological Society will continue!  The Winslow
Chamber of Commerce has invited us to meet at their visitor center in the old Hubbell Trading
Post building, 523 West 2nd Street in Winslow.  We meet the 3rd Thursday of the month at 7 pm.

You can contact us by email at
shop@homolovi.com