Chalchuapa, Santa Ana, El Salvador — Central America (West Coast)
Dr. Stanley Boggs
Museo del Parque Arqueológico Tazumal:
“Doctor Stanley H. Boggs”
Como reconocimiento por su valioso aporte en la investigación
arqueológica del pais y especialmente en la
reconstrucción del parque arqueológico Tazumal.
Dado en la ciudad de Chalchuapa, a los nueve dias del mes de octubre de dos mil cinco
Luis Federico Hernandez Aguilar
The National Council for Culture and Arts
Names the Tazumal Archaeologicial Park Museum for:
“Doctor Stanley H. Boggs”
In recognition of his invaluable support in the archaeological investigation of El Salvador, especially in the reconstruction of the Tazumal Archaeological Park.
Given in the city of Chalchuapa, October 9, 2005
Luis Federico Hernandez Aguilar, President
Erected 2005 by El Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y el Arte.
Location. 13° 58.808′ N, 89° 40.459′ W. Marker is in Chalchuapa, Santa Ana. Touch for map. The marker is on the outside of the Tazumal Archaeological Site's museum in Chalchuapa, Santa Ana, El Salvador.
Other nearby markers. At Ernesto "Che" Guevara's Visit to El Salvador (within shouting distance of this marker); Here Died General Justo Rufino Barrios (approx. 1.1 kilometers away); 200th Anniversary of the First Cry of Salvadoran Independence (approx. 8.8 kilometers away in Ahuachapán); First Century of the City of Atiquizaya (approx. 8.9 kilometers away in Ahuachapán); Salvador Antonio Gómez Góchez (approx. 9 kilometers away in Ahuachapán); David Granadino (approx. 12.8 kilometers away); Aurelio Fuertes and Santa Ana Cathedral (approx. 12.9 kilometers away); Ecological Park "San Lorenzo" (approx. 14.4 kilometers away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Chalchuapa.
Regarding Dr. Stanley Boggs. Stanley Harding Boggs was born in Ohio in 1910. He studied archeology at the University of Harvard in 1932 and later at the University of Arizona. He started his career in the inventory of archaeological sites in Haiti, as an assistant photographer. Boggs was then was employed by Morley at Chichen Itzá, Mexico. He was then hired to work at Copán, Honduras and arrived there in the late 1930s. Boggs arrived in El Salvador in 1939, working as a photographer for projects at San Andrés, one of the largest sites of the classical period in the country. The project progressed until 1941,
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