DONATE TO AAPS
You Can Choose What Your Donation Supports
In the "COMMENT" Box note your desires, and we will make sure it is directed that way. Thank You!
You may like to select:
1. AAPS Memorial Fund in the name of someone you choose.
2. To support & maintain the AAPS Artifact Collection being shown at Potowatomi Cultural Heritage Center, Harris MI.
2-a. And ultimately for a building to house a more complete museum.
3. Travel Fund, which we use occasionally to help a worthy researcher come to speak.
4. Funds toward GPR/Ground Penetrating Radar system and specialized operator training.
To phone with credit card call:
906-942-7865 or 810-299-5210
Or mail your tax-deductible donation,
AAPS, PO Box 216
Skandia MI 49885
We have a small start to display anomalous artifacts and evidences of ancient trade and visitation to North America. Since spring of 2018 we have been kindly welcomed to a cooperative venture in the Hannahville Potowatomi Cultural Center where our artifacts are securely displayed. Many kind people have already donated items for this exhibit.
There is no museum in the world dedicated to Ancient American Artifacts. AAPS Big Dream is to eventually build just such a museum where evidence can be laid out for all to see and study. Just like a jigsaw puzzle with scattered pieces, all brought to the table to study and fit into those missing spots of so many and varied subjects. We urge people to not reject any evidence, even if it's far afield of your course of study. Keep it, share it, put it on the "table" and your odd piece may be the missing piece of another researcher's puzzle. It takes many hands, many minds, and simply TONS of data and artifacts to build a completed puzzle.
And YOU can help: by sharing your photos and data, by giving tax deductible donations to the AAPS Collection and eventually a Museum where ALL evidence is respected and shown.
This giant piece of copper (see timeline of copper and where it is now, on another page here: http://www.aaapf.org/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=99 ) is representative of why the Ancients came here...to remove the copper to the rest of the world to make bronze during the Bronze Age, and even earlier for other needs. Copper has been an important commodity for building, weapons, utensils, ornament, energy (think copper capped pyramids) and more.
Meanwhile AAPS continues its commitment to education via our annual Conference on Ancient America, now held in a larger venue; Island Resort/ConventionCenter/Casino Harris MI, 14 miles west of Escanaba on Hwy 41/US 2. 2019 is our 15th annual event.