Director: Dr. George Crothers

Founded in 1931, the Webb Museum is dedicated to enhancing knowledge about and preservation of our nation’s cultural heritage. The museum’s archaeological collections and research archives provide educational services, practical training, and creative research opportunities for university students and Commonwealth citizens. The Museum strives for excellence in archaeological fieldwork, analysis of archaeological materials, and preservation of cultural heritage. In addition to professional research and student training, staff and faculty expertise are regularly consulted by government agencies, Native American Tribes, non-profit organizations, and private citizens in the use and display of these significant collections.


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