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Anthropology and Archaeology

Anthropology is the study of people and cultures. Basket-Whole

The Anthropology Division is responsible for the curation, management, conservation, and study of the museum's anthropology collections. These collections include ethnographic collection, the archaeological assemblages and site records, special rock art slides, and photographs.



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San Bernardino Archaeological Information Center has moved!

The San Bernardino Archaeological Information Center (SBAIC) closed on April 10, 2015 and is now being hosted by Cal State Fullerton, at the South Cental Coast Information Center (SCCIC). Please visit their website at http://anthro.fullerton.edu/sccic/contact.aspx for their mailing address and contact information. If you have questions or concerns about this matter, please contact CHRIS Coordinator Eric Allison (eric.allison@parks.ca.gov or 916-445-7044).

To learn how to become a volunteer in the anthropology division, submit the volunteer form.

 

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