The Eastern States Archeological Federation
(ESAF) is an organization of state archeological
societies representing much of the Eastern United States and Canada.
ESAF was organized in 1933/34 to provide a forum for the exchange of
archeological information among archeologists and state archeological
societies. With a membership of 12 state societies and over 300 individual
memberships, ESAF continues to foster international cooperation and
information exchange within the archeological community, as well as
supporting public outreach, education, and participation.
The objectives of this Federation are:
The administration of ESAF is carried out by an Executive Board comprised of a Representative from each Member Society, the Elected Officers, Committee Chairs, the Archeology of Eastern North America (AENA), and Bulletin Editors, and a Business Manager. ESAF meets one time a year (November); publishes Archaeology of Eastern North America (AENA); and a Bulletin which contains state society membership information, annual Board and business meeting minutes, and the annual Treasurer's report. ESAF holds at least one annual Executive Board meeting and one annual business meeting. At the annual business meeting, anyone present who is a member of an ESAF state society or who is an individual ESAF member can vote on all business proceedings.
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