Archaeology Roadshow 2023
A map of Oregon completed by the Surveyor General’s Office, Salem, August 31st, 1859, W. W. Chapman
Celebrate the Archaeology
& Heritage of Oregon and Beyond
The 11th annual Archaeology Roadshow, with events held in Portland, Bend, Burns/Hines, and The Dalles, focuses on The Archaeology of Transportation and features dozens of exhibits and activities hosted by archaeologists and heritage specialists , representing universities, tribes, federal and state agencies, companies, and nonprofit organizations.
The Roadshow also invites visitors to bring personal objects (stone tools, pottery, animal bones) they wish to know more about. We’ll have a panel of experts on hand who will help interpret your find. No financial appraisals are given.
This family friendly event gives visitors of all ages the chance to learn more about Oregon’s past and its connections to us today. It is completely free and open to all.
Thank You to our 2023 Sponsors
Portland State University is located in the traditional and ancestral homelands of the Multnomah, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Tumwater, Watlala bands of the Chinook, the Tualatin Kalapuya, and other Indigenous peoples of the river known as Wimal, Nchi wana, and Columbia. We are grateful to be guests on these lands.