PHMC Archaeology Resources
Native American Archaeology
How to identify archaeological sites and complete the Pennsylvania Archaeological Site Survey form, along with a list of frequently asked questions.
Each year since 2006, the PHMC has conducted excavations at Fort Hunter in Harrisburg. For a more detailed summary of excavations, visit our blog.
A variety of downloadable brochures and worksheets, a booklet on the Monongahela, and links to books available through our bookstore, ShopPAHeritage.com.
The State Museum of Pennsylvania
Since its creation in 1905, The State Museum of Pennsylvania has collected, preserved, researched, and interpreted the cultural and natural history of the state. Over the years, the museum has greatly expanded its collections and modernized its public offerings to serve the needs of succeeding generations of Pennsylvanians.
Pennsylvania Trails of History
Follow Pennsylvania's Trails of History through our nation's farming, industrial, military and community roots. Visit this page for help planning your visit to Pennsylvania's historic sites.
Bureau for Historic Preservation
History Architectural Field Guide
Cemetery Recordation and preservation
New Deal in Pennsylvania
Railroads of Pennsylvania
The Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology
The statewide organization for avocational archaeology.
Philadelphia Archaeology Forum
The website for archaeology in Philadelphia.
Society for American Archaeology
An international organization dedicated to the research, interpretation, and protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas.
American Cultural Resources Association
The ACRA site includes links to information on state and federal regulations, State Historic Preservation office websites, and other historic preservation links.
Pennsylvania Archaeological Council
A statewide organization of professional archaeologists.
National Park Service Lesson Plan Search
Search curriculums on a variety of subjects through the National Park Service’s website
A Journey to a New Land
A website that explores questions surrounding the arrival of the first people in the Americas.
Eight hands-on archaeology and cultural history-based activities designed for archaeologists to use with the public at archaeology fairs and other non-formal classroom events