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Correct Deadline Approaching: HEMBRILLO BATTLE FIELD - WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE

  • 24 Feb 2018
  • Hembrillo Battle Field

Please note the CORRECT last date for signing up for this trip.  It's this Friday (Dec 29th), not next month!!   Sorry for the error,  CJ

Last date to sign up for this trip:  Dec 29th.

Security clearances need to be applied for more than a month in advance and Jane will need some lead time to accomplish these requirements.

ALSO:  A reminder:  If you haven't paid you 2018 TAS dues yet, on Jan 1 it will cost you more to renew!  So, try to get it done before Jan 1st.

RESCHEDULED      HEMBRILLO BATTLE FIELD - WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE     SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2018            

Group size limited to 25.  high clearance vehicles required   $30 per person fee for  lecture and tour of Hembrillo Battlefield payable to Karl Laumbach*

Contact Jane Starks, 575 770 6892,   jane@janestarks.com to register.  

February 24:  all day excursion  to  the Hembrillo Battlefield, Apache rock art, and mescal processing sites on the White Sands Missile Range. No more than 10 vehicles are permitted. No facilities are available once we enter the range.  The longest hike is moderate and only about 300 yards upslope.  Hats, long sleeves and pants to protect from catclaw and mesquite, lunch, and plenty of water. 

PLEASE NOTE:  access to White Sands Missile Range is subject to cancellation dependent on testing requirements and the availability of a military escort. 

*Karl W. Laumbach is the project archaeologist of the Canada Alamosa Project. A nativeNew Mexican, Karl has directed hundreds of archaeological projects in southern New Mexico over the past 30 years. He currently holds the position of Associate Director for Research and Public Education at Human Systems Research, Las Cruces. His broad research interests extend beyond the archaeology of the prehistoric southwest to the Apache Wars, Hispanic/Anglo relations, and New Mexico range wars and political feuds. Karl is CAP’s  intellectual architect, excavations director, lab supervisor, and chief analyst and synthesizer.




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