Ancient American Magazine

The purpose of Ancient American magazine is to describe the prehistory of the American Continent, regardless of presently fashionable beliefs--- to provide a public forum for certified experts and nonprofessionals alike to freely express their views without fear nor favor.

Ancient American is an open forum for anyone, regardless of academic background, to share their discoveries and ideas about the prehistory of our country with readers across the nation and around the world. As an exercise in freedom of thought, we welcome the participation of amateurs, in addition to professionals. In turn, public input is accepted and encouraged. Feel free to contact us about subscriptions, book orders, back issues, change of address, article submissions, advertising, books for review, and general information.

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Honoring the Ancestors 
of Ancient America

“Honoring the Ancestors
of Ancient America”

A Conference: August 11-13,

Hosted by:
Ancient American Magazine &
Friends of River Sidon Peace with Justice Project

Conference Package, Per Person - $325. Includes:
3 Nights Hotel Accomodations (8/11,12,13)
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3 Days Conference Daily Entrance (8/11,12,13)
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Contact, Nauvoo Family Inn and Suites, Phone: (217) 453-6527
Address: 1875 Mulholland St, Nauvoo, IL 62354

Daily Admission only (no motel/food), contact Ancient American 715-962-3299 Admission per day is $30.00 Register (anytime) for all 3 day event, $75.00 Out of Town Motel accomodations; recomend Keokuk, IA and Fort Madison, IA Information? Questions? Call 715-962-3299

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