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Early Taos Pottery and the Evidence for Cultural Mixing in Prehistoric Northern New Mexico

  • 08 Jan 2013
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Kit Carson Electric - 118 Cruz Alta Rd, Taos

Talk: Early Taos Pottery and the Evidence for Cultural Mixing in Prehistoric Northern New Mexico

Speaker: Skip Miller

Location: Kit Carson Electric - 118 Cruz Alta Rd, Taos

A small sample of Skip’s career: 

Carson National Forest Archaeologist and Tribal Relations Lead, USDA Forest Service, Carson National Forest, Taos New Mexico – July 2009 to present.

Responsible for providing National Historic Preservation Act, Sections 106 and 110 and NEPA oversight on all potentially ground disturbing and planning activities on the six districts of the Carson N.F. Manage all tribal consultation with the 16 tribes that have interests and or concerns on the forest. Manage the work load and project planning for the seven Carson district and zone archeologists. Oversee the national, regional and forest agency databases and reporting standards.

Zone Archaeologist / Acting Forest Archaeologist-Heritage Program Leader - June 2005-January 2009.

Fire Archaeologist - August 2001-February 2004

District Archaeologist and Museum Specialist - 1991-1992.  El Rito Ranger District and Gateway to the Past Museum, Carson National Forest, El Rito and Abiquiu, New Mexico


Dinner Plans ?

Join other TAS members and our speaker at the Trading Post.  Dinner at 5PM

Call Chris Riveles, 

at 776-1005, or email ckriveles@gmail.com 

to let us know how many guests.  


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