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Sterling – 2024

The 46th Annual CCPA Meeting

Where: Northeastern Junior College (conference) and Overland Trail Museum (reception), Sterling, Colorado

When: March 7–March 10, 2024

For more information, see the January 2024 CCPA newsletter: 

Register for the CCPA Conference

We are using Zeffy as our registration platform, which caters to non-profit organizations such as CCPA. Zeffy relies entirely on donations to support its services and passes none of the fees onto CCPA. When you register, you will see an option to donate to Zeffy. This is entirely voluntary, but please consider donating when you register and pay. 

Please click on the link ( to visit the registration website!

Early registration will close Friday, February 23 at 5:00 PM Mountain Time. On-site registration will be available but at an increased rate. 

Registration Costs

  • Member Early Registration (includes CCPA and CAS members) – $60.00
  • Non-Member Early Registration – $80.00
  • Native American Registration – Free
  • Student Registration (no fee difference early to on-site registration) – $30.00
  • On-Site Registration (Member) – $80.00
  • On-Site Registration (Non-Member) – $100.00
  • Banquet – $50.00 (Banquet tickets must be purchased in advance. No on-site banquet sales will be available).

Please direct all registration questions to

Be a Sponsor of the CCPA Conference!

We are offering five different sponsorship levels this year, ranging from $100 to $1000. By supporting the conference, you keep costs affordable and it provides a great marketing opportunity for your organization. Each sponsorship level comes with your logo displayed on all conference material and CCPA social media. More details can be found in the newsletter and on the conference registration site.

Follow the linked text to pay for your sponsorship: conferenc HYPERLINK “″e registration site. Thank you for your support!

Marketing & Advertisements

If you would like to advertise your company or services during the conference, please select this option on the conference registration page. For $350, your company’s logo and marketing material will be displayed on CCPA social media, printed conference material, and can be put on display at the conference site.

Follow the linked text to pay for your advertisement: conference registration site. 


  • Fort Sedgwick, the three old Julesburgs, Italian Caves – Thursday, March 9, 9:30 AM–4:30 PM

Join us for a tour of the Julesburg area, where we’ll tour many sites related to Camp Rankin, Fort Sedgwick, 1865 Plains Indian battle sites, and the multiple locations of Old Julesburg. Ray Sumner, PhD candidate at Colorado State University, will be leading the tour of these sites, many of which are the subject of his dissertation. We plan to leave Sterling at 930 in the morning and return at 430 pm. Vans will be provided for guests. The tour is limited to 25 individuals. We will stop at a café in Julesburg for lunch, but lunch is not provided in the tour fee. Fee for the tour is $20 to cover the van rentals.

  • Flattop Butte Quarry Site (5LO34) – Sunday, March 10, 9:00 AM –12:00 or 1:00 PM

The post-conference tour is to the Flattop Butte Quarry Site, located northwest of Sterline. Tour members will carpool/caravan in either personal vehicles or our conference vans (transportation will be available in vans for around 25 people) out to the site and then take a short hike to the Butte. The tour is limited to 60 people. The hike is mostly across flat terrain, but there is a short/steep (non-technical) section to get to the top of the Butte (less than 100 feet in elevation gain). Once on top, we will visit several quarry pits concentrations on the top, as well as the location of recent excavations during the past summer. Robert Madden, MA student at Colorado State University, will lead the tour and describe his thesis research at the site. Following the tour, participants can return to Sterling or head home on their own. Given that we will be carpooling and/or riding in vans, there is no charge for the tour.

Submit your Paper or Poster!

We want to hear about your research! Consider presenting a paper or poster at this year’s conference. 

Propose a paper:  We are accepting abstracts on all topics of interest and value to Colorado archaeologists. Topics of general interest will be presented on Friday and Saturday. Presentations will be either 15 or 20 minutes, depending on the number of entries and presenter preference. 

Propose a poster.  All attendees are welcome to develop a poster to share at the conference. Posters should not exceed 60 inches wide and 48 inches tall.  Posters will be displayed on easels. Posters will be displayed Friday and Saturday.  

Submission: The deadline for all submission is Friday, February 16, 2024. Please submit your abstracts and information to Abstracts should be limited to 150 words and include the presentation’s title and all authors and author affiliations for inclusion in the CCPA program. As always, there are a limited number of available paper presentation and poster slots—entry will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Please direct any questions on paper or poster presentations or on abstract submission to