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Ron Ralph

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Texas Archeological Society

HQ Phone:  (210) 458-4393

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Texas Archeological Society

3011 Hwy 30 West Suite 101

Huntsville, Texas,77340

United States

Company Description

The Texas Archeological Society is dedicated to the study and preservation of the historic and prehistoric aspects of Texas' past. The Society has 1,500 members, and has been in existence since 1929. We're devoted to research, public education, and the prese...more

Background Information

Employment History

Cave Archeologist

Texas Parks & Wildlife Department


Affiliations

Texas Cave Management Association Inc

Board Member


THC

Antiquities Advisory Board Representative


TAS Field School Committee

Committee


Web References(25 Total References)


Officers | Directors | Committee Chairs | Texas Archeological Society | TAS | Archeology | Anthropology | Conservation | Paleontology | Preservation | Restoration

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Ron Ralph


Field School 2016 Fee Increase - Houston Archeological Society

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Ron Ralph, TAS Field School Committee
With regret, the TAS Board of Directors has recognized that field school registration must be increased for calendar year 2016.


txarch.org

Ron Ralph and Elliot Richmond


Travis County Archeology Society - Austin, Texas and Surrounding Areas

www.travis.txarch.org [cached]

The February program featured Ron Ralph speaking on:
Ron will once again be directing Field School survey activities in the area. Thursday's talk will cover the survey work he led in 2010 on the Calvert property and the 2011 survey on the Larry Oefinger Ranch on Hondo Creek between Hondo and the Calvert/Eagle Bluff site. Ron's presentations are always exuberant; we are pleased that he will be bringing us up to speed on what's happening around Hondo this June. Ron Ralph began studying caves and archeology in California in 1963 and has worked extensively throughout the southwestern United States and much of northern Mexico. He worked 13 years as an archeological consultant before joining the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) for 21 years. Since retiring from TPWD in 1997, he has returned to consulting and has worked as an independent contractor since 2000. He has taught nearly 30 archeological and speleological training courses and workshops, presented more than 30 papers at conferences and published more than 50 research reports. He is currently President and in the past served as Treasurer and Office Manager of the Texas Speleological Survey. Ron also served as President of the Texas Archeological Society in 2005. He chaired the TAS Reports and Curation Committee for a number of years and is now chairing the TAS Nominating Committee.


Travis County Archeology Society - Austin, Texas and Surrounding Areas

travis.txarch.org [cached]

The September meeting featured famed cave archaeologist Ron Ralph, speaking on Ron Ralph is among the leading cave archeologists in Texas.He began studying caves and archeology in California in 1963 and has worked extensively throughout the southwestern United States and much of northern Mexico.After graduating from The University, he worked 13 years as an archeological consultant before joining the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) for 21years.Since retiring from TPWD in 1997, he has returned to consulting and has worked as an independent contractor since 2000.During his tenure at TPWD, he first worked with the Master Planning Branch where he inventoried new parklands for cultural resources, assisted in biological research, and wrote sections of many park master plans.Later, he was the Resource Specialist for Region 2 (north-central Texas), responsible for inventory, assessment, stabilization, artifact curation and protection of both cultural and natural resources in 12 state parks, including monitoring and contracting for biological research.He has taught nearly 30 archeological and speleological training courses and workshops, presented more than 30 papers at conferences and published more than 50 research reports.He is the President of the Texas Speleological Survey, a director on the board of the Texas Cave Management Association and served as President of the Texas Archeological Society in 2005.He currently chairs the TAS Reports and Curation Committee.Fort Jefferson at the Dry Tortugas.


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