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  • Lewine, Mark
    It was difficult to arrange, but Sally and I are so glad that we made it to SACC-Fest this year! Last year was the first in more than twenty years that we
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 14, 2013
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      It was difficult to arrange, but Sally and I are so glad that we made it to SACC-Fest this year! Last year was the first in more than twenty years that we missed one of these wonderful gatherings...to those of you who were not able to make it, do yourself a favor and start planning for Mexico City next year! Tim Sullivan planned and pulled off a very high quality experience for us all in Austin. The field experience of seeing one of the earliest human settlements in the so-called "New" World was unbelievably exciting! You did not have to be an archaeologist or biological anthropologist to stare in awe at the professionally constructed Clovis and pre-Clovis 14,000+ site an hour outside of Austin, with mammoth jaws staring out at us with tools everywhere, and two diggers in the pit, with one of our own(!) a community college anthro prof., smiling at us as we honored him with applause. Wow! A lifetime experience...Previously, we heard an urban anthropologist with more knowledge about immigrant cultural patterns than I had heard in quite some time, and our final dinner speaker showed the most exciting and well-funded (more than 10 million dollars) underwater shipwreck historical archaeological recoveries on record...La Salle's expedition and personal history ending in his murder, a dense daily journal of one of his men who somehow survived the incredible journey from the Texas coast to French Canada by foot with few provisions (other than a pen and paper, evidently)...I cannot wait unti l get home to find and read this tome. A personal note: SACC is truly a loving, supportive family for community college's isolated village bigmen and women (much more often women now)...the post-retirement journey that Sally and I are on is suddenly very lonely, with many friends gone from us, or home-bound with limitations of age, and we really came out to SACC mainly to get hugs...needless to say, those hugs were heartfelt and spirit-filling...goddess bless you all!

      ________________________________

      From: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com on behalf of Ann Bragdon
      Sent: Sun 4/14/2013 11:19 AM
      To: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [SACC-L] SACCFest Austin - Links



      Thank you Laura!
      On Apr 14, 2013, at 9:02 AM, lauratgonzalez wrote:

      > Some links of interest with information about our fascinating
      > SACCFest Austin guest speakers:
      >
      > James Bruseth - The History and Archeology of the La Belle, La
      > Salle's ship
      > http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/belle/index.html
      >
      > The Gault Site - Clovis and Pre-Clovis, with the earliest "house" in
      > North America
      > http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/gault/
      >
      >



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    • Ann Bragdon
      Mark - This is a wonderful testimonial! What you describe is exactly that which brings us back each year (hopefully) to the SACC-Fest and sometimes to AAA
      Message 2 of 9 , Apr 14, 2013
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        Mark -

        This is a wonderful testimonial! What you describe is exactly that
        which brings us back each year (hopefully) to the SACC-Fest and
        sometimes to AAA meetings.

        SACC is an essential support for Community College Faculty at so many
        levels - from the youngest to the graying and the retired.
        It is wonderful to hear from the "new-bies" - > the first time and
        often young faculty (and the "under-employed) who are nourished and
        inspired by the SACC-Fest and associations.

        Let' bring in more folks to make the SACC-discovery and keep SACC
        strong into the next generations.

        Our tentative 2014 site for SACC-Fest is Mexico City - dates will be
        confirmed asap.
        Mark - hopefully we will see you (and everyone else) there next year!

        Ann


        On Apr 14, 2013, at 10:43 AM, Lewine, Mark wrote:
        > It was difficult to arrange, but Sally and I are so glad that we
        > made it to SACC-Fest this year! Last year was the first in more than
        > twenty years that we missed one of these wonderful gatherings...to
        > those of you who were not able to make it, do yourself a favor and
        > start planning for Mexico City next year! Tim Sullivan planned and
        > pulled off a very high quality experience for us all in Austin. The
        > field experience of seeing one of the earliest human settlements in
        > the so-called "New" World was unbelievably exciting! You did not
        > have to be an archaeologist or biological anthropologist to stare in
        > awe at the professionally constructed Clovis and pre-Clovis 14,000+
        > site an hour outside of Austin, with mammoth jaws staring out at us
        > with tools everywhere, and two diggers in the pit, with one of our
        > own(!) a community college anthro prof., smiling at us as we honored
        > him with applause. Wow! A lifetime experience...Previously, we heard
        > an urban anthropologist with more knowledge about immigrant cultural
        > patterns than I had heard in quite some time, and our final dinner
        > speaker showed the most exciting and well-funded (more than 10
        > million dollars) underwater shipwreck historical archaeological
        > recoveries on record...La Salle's expedition and personal history
        > ending in his murder, a dense daily journal of one of his men who
        > somehow survived the incredible journey from the Texas coast to
        > French Canada by foot with few provisions (other than a pen and
        > paper, evidently)...I cannot wait unti l get home to find and read
        > this tome. A personal note: SACC is truly a loving, supportive
        > family for community college's isolated village bigmen and women
        > (much more often women now)...the post-retirement journey that Sally
        > and I are on is suddenly very lonely, with many friends gone from
        > us, or home-bound with limitations of age, and we really came out to
        > SACC mainly to get hugs...needless to say, those hugs were heartfelt
        > and spirit-filling...goddess bless you all!
        >
      • Suzanne Baldon
        It s wonderful that y all could come to Austin, Texas, this year (smile)! You ve described our experiences with the SACC conference very well and we thank you
        Message 3 of 9 , Apr 14, 2013
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          It's wonderful that y'all could come to Austin, Texas, this year (smile)! You've described our experiences with the SACC conference very well and we thank you for your welcome to us newbies!!

          Suz 😃

          Suzanne Baldon's iPhone

          By words the mind is winged. -Aristophanes, dramatist 📖✈


          On Apr 14, 2013, at 11:38 AM, "Ann Bragdon" <ANNBRAG@...<mailto:ANNBRAG@...>> wrote:



          Mark -

          This is a wonderful testimonial! What you describe is exactly that
          which brings us back each year (hopefully) to the SACC-Fest and
          sometimes to AAA meetings.

          SACC is an essential support for Community College Faculty at so many
          levels - from the youngest to the graying and the retired.
          It is wonderful to hear from the "new-bies" - > the first time and
          often young faculty (and the "under-employed) who are nourished and
          inspired by the SACC-Fest and associations.

          Let' bring in more folks to make the SACC-discovery and keep SACC
          strong into the next generations.

          Our tentative 2014 site for SACC-Fest is Mexico City - dates will be
          confirmed asap.
          Mark - hopefully we will see you (and everyone else) there next year!

          Ann

          On Apr 14, 2013, at 10:43 AM, Lewine, Mark wrote:
          > It was difficult to arrange, but Sally and I are so glad that we
          > made it to SACC-Fest this year! Last year was the first in more than
          > twenty years that we missed one of these wonderful gatherings...to
          > those of you who were not able to make it, do yourself a favor and
          > start planning for Mexico City next year! Tim Sullivan planned and
          > pulled off a very high quality experience for us all in Austin. The
          > field experience of seeing one of the earliest human settlements in
          > the so-called "New" World was unbelievably exciting! You did not
          > have to be an archaeologist or biological anthropologist to stare in
          > awe at the professionally constructed Clovis and pre-Clovis 14,000+
          > site an hour outside of Austin, with mammoth jaws staring out at us
          > with tools everywhere, and two diggers in the pit, with one of our
          > own(!) a community college anthro prof., smiling at us as we honored
          > him with applause. Wow! A lifetime experience...Previously, we heard
          > an urban anthropologist with more knowledge about immigrant cultural
          > patterns than I had heard in quite some time, and our final dinner
          > speaker showed the most exciting and well-funded (more than 10
          > million dollars) underwater shipwreck historical archaeological
          > recoveries on record...La Salle's expedition and personal history
          > ending in his murder, a dense daily journal of one of his men who
          > somehow survived the incredible journey from the Texas coast to
          > French Canada by foot with few provisions (other than a pen and
          > paper, evidently)...I cannot wait unti l get home to find and read
          > this tome. A personal note: SACC is truly a loving, supportive
          > family for community college's isolated village bigmen and women
          > (much more often women now)...the post-retirement journey that Sally
          > and I are on is suddenly very lonely, with many friends gone from
          > us, or home-bound with limitations of age, and we really came out to
          > SACC mainly to get hugs...needless to say, those hugs were heartfelt
          > and spirit-filling...goddess bless you all!
          >
        • Lloyd Miller
          Mark, what a great description and testimonial! I second Laura comments. I m going to forward this to my family and friends, as it will tell them what we did
          Message 4 of 9 , Apr 14, 2013
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            Mark, what a great description and testimonial! I second Laura' comments. I'm going to forward this to my family and friends, as it will tell them what we did and how we feel about as SACCers better than I can do.

            Many thanks, my friend.

            Lloyd


            On Apr 14, 2013, at 10:43 AM, Lewine, Mark wrote:

            > It was difficult to arrange, but Sally and I are so glad that we made it to SACC-Fest this year! Last year was the first in more than twenty years that we missed one of these wonderful gatherings...to those of you who were not able to make it, do yourself a favor and start planning for Mexico City next year! Tim Sullivan planned and pulled off a very high quality experience for us all in Austin. The field experience of seeing one of the earliest human settlements in the so-called "New" World was unbelievably exciting! You did not have to be an archaeologist or biological anthropologist to stare in awe at the professionally constructed Clovis and pre-Clovis 14,000+ site an hour outside of Austin, with mammoth jaws staring out at us with tools everywhere, and two diggers in the pit, with one of our own(!) a community college anthro prof., smiling at us as we honored him with applause. Wow! A lifetime experience...Previously, we heard an urban anthropologist with more knowledge about immigrant cultural patterns than I had heard in quite some time, and our final dinner speaker showed the most exciting and well-funded (more than 10 million dollars) underwater shipwreck historical archaeological recoveries on record...La Salle's expedition and personal history ending in his murder, a dense daily journal of one of his men who somehow survived the incredible journey from the Texas coast to French Canada by foot with few provisions (other than a pen and paper, evidently)...I cannot wait unti l get home to find and read this tome. A personal note: SACC is truly a loving, supportive family for community college's isolated village bigmen and women (much more often women now)...the post-retirement journey that Sally and I are on is suddenly very lonely, with many friends gone from us, or home-bound with limitations of age, and we really came out to SACC mainly to get hugs...needless to say, those hugs were heartfelt and spirit-filling...goddess bless you all!
            >
            > ________________________________
            >
            > From: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com on behalf of Ann Bragdon
            > Sent: Sun 4/14/2013 11:19 AM
            > To: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com
            > Subject: Re: [SACC-L] SACCFest Austin - Links
            >
            > Thank you Laura!
            > On Apr 14, 2013, at 9:02 AM, lauratgonzalez wrote:
            >
            > > Some links of interest with information about our fascinating
            > > SACCFest Austin guest speakers:
            > >
            > > James Bruseth - The History and Archeology of the La Belle, La
            > > Salle's ship
            > > http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/belle/index.html
            > >
            > > The Gault Site - Clovis and Pre-Clovis, with the earliest "house" in
            > > North America
            > > http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/gault/
            > >
            > >
            >
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            >
            > ------------------------------------
            >
            > Find out more at our web site http://saccweb.net/ Yahoo! Groups Links
            >
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            >
            >



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          • Lloyd Miller
            Oops, they are Ann s remarks that I was seconding. My apologies. I just got off a six and a half hour ride and am writing from the big little town of Durant,
            Message 5 of 9 , Apr 14, 2013
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              Oops, they are Ann's remarks that I was seconding. My apologies. I just got off a six and a half hour ride and am writing from the big little town of Durant, OK. Last time I went through here was nearly 50 years ago!

              Lloyd


              On Apr 14, 2013, at 11:38 AM, Ann Bragdon wrote:

              > Mark -
              >
              > This is a wonderful testimonial! What you describe is exactly that
              > which brings us back each year (hopefully) to the SACC-Fest and
              > sometimes to AAA meetings.
              >
              > SACC is an essential support for Community College Faculty at so many
              > levels - from the youngest to the graying and the retired.
              > It is wonderful to hear from the "new-bies" - > the first time and
              > often young faculty (and the "under-employed) who are nourished and
              > inspired by the SACC-Fest and associations.
              >
              > Let' bring in more folks to make the SACC-discovery and keep SACC
              > strong into the next generations.
              >
              > Our tentative 2014 site for SACC-Fest is Mexico City - dates will be
              > confirmed asap.
              > Mark - hopefully we will see you (and everyone else) there next year!
              >
              > Ann
              >
              > On Apr 14, 2013, at 10:43 AM, Lewine, Mark wrote:
              > > It was difficult to arrange, but Sally and I are so glad that we
              > > made it to SACC-Fest this year! Last year was the first in more than
              > > twenty years that we missed one of these wonderful gatherings...to
              > > those of you who were not able to make it, do yourself a favor and
              > > start planning for Mexico City next year! Tim Sullivan planned and
              > > pulled off a very high quality experience for us all in Austin. The
              > > field experience of seeing one of the earliest human settlements in
              > > the so-called "New" World was unbelievably exciting! You did not
              > > have to be an archaeologist or biological anthropologist to stare in
              > > awe at the professionally constructed Clovis and pre-Clovis 14,000+
              > > site an hour outside of Austin, with mammoth jaws staring out at us
              > > with tools everywhere, and two diggers in the pit, with one of our
              > > own(!) a community college anthro prof., smiling at us as we honored
              > > him with applause. Wow! A lifetime experience...Previously, we heard
              > > an urban anthropologist with more knowledge about immigrant cultural
              > > patterns than I had heard in quite some time, and our final dinner
              > > speaker showed the most exciting and well-funded (more than 10
              > > million dollars) underwater shipwreck historical archaeological
              > > recoveries on record...La Salle's expedition and personal history
              > > ending in his murder, a dense daily journal of one of his men who
              > > somehow survived the incredible journey from the Texas coast to
              > > French Canada by foot with few provisions (other than a pen and
              > > paper, evidently)...I cannot wait unti l get home to find and read
              > > this tome. A personal note: SACC is truly a loving, supportive
              > > family for community college's isolated village bigmen and women
              > > (much more often women now)...the post-retirement journey that Sally
              > > and I are on is suddenly very lonely, with many friends gone from
              > > us, or home-bound with limitations of age, and we really came out to
              > > SACC mainly to get hugs...needless to say, those hugs were heartfelt
              > > and spirit-filling...goddess bless you all!
              > >
              >
              >



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            • Thomas Stevenson
              You make me wish I had gone! Thomas B. Stevenson 5210 E. Baker Street Tucson, AZ 85711 +1.740.605.0115 (Mobile) +1.520.777.4505 (Home/Fax) email:
              Message 6 of 9 , Apr 14, 2013
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                You make me wish I had gone!

                Thomas B. Stevenson
                5210 E. Baker Street
                Tucson, AZ 85711

                +1.740.605.0115 (Mobile)
                +1.520.777.4505 (Home/Fax)
                email: tstevens@...

                On 4/14/2013 11:43, Lewine, Mark wrote:
                > It was difficult to arrange, but Sally and I are so glad that we made it to SACC-Fest this year! Last year was the first in more than twenty years that we missed one of these wonderful gatherings...to those of you who were not able to make it, do yourself a favor and start planning for Mexico City next year! Tim Sullivan planned and pulled off a very high quality experience for us all in Austin. The field experience of seeing one of the earliest human settlements in the so-called "New" World was unbelievably exciting! You did not have to be an archaeologist or biological anthropologist to stare in awe at the professionally constructed Clovis and pre-Clovis 14,000+ site an hour outside of Austin, with mammoth jaws staring out at us with tools everywhere, and two diggers in the pit, with one of our own(!) a community college anthro prof., smiling at us as we honored him with applause. Wow! A lifetime experience...Previously, we heard an urban anthropologist with more knowledge about immigrant cultural patterns than I had heard in quite some time, and our final dinner speaker showed the most exciting and well-funded (more than 10 million dollars) underwater shipwreck historical archaeological recoveries on record...La Salle's expedition and personal history ending in his murder, a dense daily journal of one of his men who somehow survived the incredible journey from the Texas coast to French Canada by foot with few provisions (other than a pen and paper, evidently)...I cannot wait unti l get home to find and read this tome. A personal note: SACC is truly a loving, supportive family for community college's isolated village bigmen and women (much more often women now)...the post-retirement journey that Sally and I are on is suddenly very lonely, with many friends gone from us, or home-bound with limitations of age, and we really came out to SACC mainly to get hugs...needless to say, those hugs were heartfelt and spirit-filling...goddess bless you all!
                >
                > ________________________________
                >
                > From: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com on behalf of Ann Bragdon
                > Sent: Sun 4/14/2013 11:19 AM
                > To: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com
                > Subject: Re: [SACC-L] SACCFest Austin - Links
                >
                >
                >
                > Thank you Laura!
                > On Apr 14, 2013, at 9:02 AM, lauratgonzalez wrote:
                >
                >> Some links of interest with information about our fascinating
                >> SACCFest Austin guest speakers:
                >>
                >> James Bruseth - The History and Archeology of the La Belle, La
                >> Salle's ship
                >> http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/belle/index.html
                >>
                >> The Gault Site - Clovis and Pre-Clovis, with the earliest "house" in
                >> North America
                >> http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/gault/
                >>
                >>
                >
                >
                > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
                >
                >
                >
                > ------------------------------------
                >
                > Find out more at our web site http://saccweb.net/ Yahoo! Groups Links
                >
                >
                >
                >
                >
                >
                >
                > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
                >
                >
                >
                > ------------------------------------
                >
                > Find out more at our web site http://saccweb.net/ Yahoo! Groups Links
                >
                >
                >
                >
              • Tim Sullivan
                Patricia and I are back home, (mostly) unpacked and, having bailed our deliriously happy pooch out of prison, we are settling back into the routine of
                Message 7 of 9 , Apr 14, 2013
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                  Patricia and I are back home, (mostly) unpacked and, having bailed our deliriously happy pooch out of 'prison,' we are settling back into the routine of catching up on email and such. It was terrific to see both 'old' (ahem) and 'new' SACCers! It was especially wonderful that Mark and Sally, as well as Lloyd, could join us.
                  Thanks for the great remarks on the conference. Even more importantly, Mark has articulated what I know Patricia and I feel, and I am sure many of those in SACC feel, about their SACC membership. SACC is our extended family.
                  I encourage all members, newbies and oldies alike, to share your excitement and experience with colleagues at home. Invite them to join our ranks and encourage them to attend next year's gathering.
                  Thanks to Laura for pointing out the links. I should mention that Texas Beyond History, is a terrific website that kids of all ages can enjoy and learn a great deal, not only about Texas , but the ancient North American southwest. I have used it many times for class assignments, as well as my own information. A word of caution: DO NOT VISIT THIS WEBSITE IF YOU HAVE OTHER PRESSING DUTIES AT HAND! I have found myself lost in it for hours....
                  As I stated at the close of our meeting, I hope to see some of you at AAA meetings in Chicago this November, and everyone next year in Mexico City!
                  Tim
                  Timothy L. Sullivan, Ph.D.
                  Professor of Anthropology
                  Richland College
                  12800 Abrams Rd.
                  Dallas, TX 75243

                  972-238-6959
                  tsullivan@...
                  >>> Ann Bragdon 04/14/13 11:38 AM >>>
                  Mark -

                  This is a wonderful testimonial! What you describe is exactly that
                  which brings us back each year (hopefully) to the SACC-Fest and
                  sometimes to AAA meetings.

                  SACC is an essential support for Community College Faculty at so many
                  levels - from the youngest to the graying and the retired.
                  It is wonderful to hear from the "new-bies" - > the first time and
                  often young faculty (and the "under-employed) who are nourished and
                  inspired by the SACC-Fest and associations.

                  Let' bring in more folks to make the SACC-discovery and keep SACC
                  strong into the next generations.

                  Our tentative 2014 site for SACC-Fest is Mexico City - dates will be
                  confirmed asap.
                  Mark - hopefully we will see you (and everyone else) there next year!

                  Ann


                  On Apr 14, 2013, at 10:43 AM, Lewine, Mark wrote:
                  > It was difficult to arrange, but Sally and I are so glad that we
                  > made it to SACC-Fest this year! Last year was the first in more than
                  > twenty years that we missed one of these wonderful gatherings...to
                  > those of you who were not able to make it, do yourself a favor and
                  > start planning for Mexico City next year! Tim Sullivan planned and
                  > pulled off a very high quality experience for us all in Austin. The
                  > field experience of seeing one of the earliest human settlements in
                  > the so-called "New" World was unbelievably exciting! You did not
                  > have to be an archaeologist or biological anthropologist to stare in
                  > awe at the professionally constructed Clovis and pre-Clovis 14,000+
                  > site an hour outside of Austin, with mammoth jaws staring out at us
                  > with tools everywhere, and two diggers in the pit, with one of our
                  > own(!) a community college anthro prof., smiling at us as we honored
                  > him with applause. Wow! A lifetime experience...Previously, we heard
                  > an urban anthropologist with more knowledge about immigrant cultural
                  > patterns than I had heard in quite some time, and our final dinner
                  > speaker showed the most exciting and well-funded (more than 10
                  > million dollars) underwater shipwreck historical archaeological
                  > recoveries on record...La Salle's expedition and personal history
                  > ending in his murder, a dense daily journal of one of his men who
                  > somehow survived the incredible journey from the Texas coast to
                  > French Canada by foot with few provisions (other than a pen and
                  > paper, evidently)...I cannot wait unti l get home to find and read
                  > this tome. A personal note: SACC is truly a loving, supportive
                  > family for community college's isolated village bigmen and women
                  > (much more often women now)...the post-retirement journey that Sally
                  > and I are on is suddenly very lonely, with many friends gone from
                  > us, or home-bound with limitations of age, and we really came out to
                  > SACC mainly to get hugs...needless to say, those hugs were heartfelt
                  > and spirit-filling...goddess bless you all!
                  >
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