The Culver City Historical Society will host noted anthropologist and archeologist Dr. Charles Rozaire at a special meeting on Saturday, August 18, 2012, in the society’s Archive and Resource Center (ARC) from 1-3 p.m.
Dr. Rozaire grew up in Culver City, attended Culver City Grammar School, and received his BA, MA and PhD at UCLA. He will share his perspective on Native Americans and the early history of the land that became Culver City.
During his career, Dr. Rozaire served as Curator for the Southwest Museum, Curator of Archeology for the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History; taught courses at UCLA; and participated in fieldwork for museums and universities across America.
Among his volumes are: Ancient Civilizations of Latin America : An Exhibition of Art and Civilization in Ancient Latin America, Archeological investigations on Anacapa Island, California, Archeological investigations on San Miguel Island, Archeological investigations on Santa Barbara Island, California, and, A Report on the archeological investigations of three California Channel Islands: Santa Barbara, Anacapa and San Miguel.
In addition to his many professional associations, Dr. Rozaire is a member of the Culver City Historical Society and the Historical Society of Southern California.
The public is invited to attend. Seating is limited.
The ARC is located in the back of the Veterans Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Avenue in Culver City.
For additional information call 310-253-6941 or email us.