Read about the activities of the Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society (GARS), a Chapter of the SGA based in Gwinnett County, in their newsletter, Gwinnett Archaeology Bulletin. Access a PDF of the June 2013 issue by clicking here.
Read fascinating articles like a story about the Chapter’s “Old Peachtree Road Field Trip,” and “Some Early Iron Making on the Georgia Frontier.”
There’s also a story about the memorial service held at the Cherokee Nation capital of New Echota near Calhoun to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the removal of approximately 20,000
Cherokee to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) in 1838, often referred to as the Trail of Tears.
Note that the GARS Chapter of the SGA will not be meeting in June, July or August.