- Society for American Archaeology (1)
- CSS Hunley (3)
Learn about CSS Hunley, the U.S. Confederate submarine which sank undersea while sinking a warship near Charleston, South Carolina, in 1864. Sites offer history, background information, current news, archaeological efforts, and data obtained from a 23-year long search project that led to the discovery of the sunk CSS Hunley.
- Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
Invites students and adults to work alongside veteran archaeologists in the field and lab.
- Jamestown Rediscovery
Overview of the APVA Jamestown Rediscovery archaeological project which is searching for the remains of the first permanent English settlement in America.
- National Underwater Marine Agency (NUMA)
Nonprofit organization that initiates and supports projects designed to uncover and explore the mysteries of the sea through excavation and preservation. Founded by adventure novelist Clive Cussler.
- Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society
Features artifacts from four ships that sank in the Florida Keys: the Nuestra Senora de Atocha, the Santa Margarita, the St. John's Wreck, and the Henrietta Marie.
- Five Points (4)
Explore Five Points, the notorious 19th century slum area of Manhattan, New York City through sites featuring archaeological artifacts and photos, history, maps, newspaper clippings, as well as the portrayal of the district in Martin Scorsese's movie, Gangs of New York.
- USS Monitor (6)
Find sites for USS Monitor, the first ever ironclad warship commissioned by the U.S. Navy which sank while under tow in the Atlantic Ocean. Sites include history, list of crew members, photographs, first person accounts, virtual tour of the ship and the wreck, conservation efforts, and sites for its Swedish engineer-designer, John Ericsson.
- Kids Dig Reed
Educational web site for children about what the archaeologists found at the Reed Farmstead Archaeological site.
- Southwestern Archaeology
An study of archeological digs and excavations in the American Southwest, focusing on the advancement of science and public archaeology in the 20th and 21st centuries.
- Kennewick Man (10)
- Institute of Nautical Archaeology (INA)
Exploring humankind's seafaring past under water and on land; via shipwrecks and sunken cities; from North America to the Middle East, Africa, and beyond.
- Edmund Fitzgerald (10)
Find sites for SS Edmund Fitzgerald, the cargo ship that sank in Lake Superior, Michigan. Sites offer background information, timeline, weather conditions during the wreck, theories for sinking, photographs, memorial, and the song describing the most famous marine disaster in the history of Great Lakes shipping.
- Mississippian Moundbuilders and Their Artifacts
Virtual display of exceptional artifacts from the pre-historic and proto-historic Mississippian Moundbuilders.
- Center for American Archaeology
Pursues a mission of archeological discovery, educational outreach, and cultural stewardship from headquarters located in one of the world's richest archaeological regions.
- Society for Industrial Archaeology (SIA)
Includes member services, the online version of the SIA Newsletter, chapter news, and more.
- California Shipwrecks
See pictures of artifacts and underwater video, read shipwreck stories, and search the shipwreck database. Official site from the California State Lands Commission.
- Society for Archaeological Sciences (SAS)
Founded to establish a forum for communication among scholars applying methods from the physical sciences to archaeology and to aid the broader archaeological community in assessing the potentials and problems of those methods.