Submitted by Jared Wood, editor of Early Georgia
Greetings SGA members and readers of Early Georgia!
A brief update on the status of our forthcoming journal; we are in the final stages of production for the Spring 2014 issue, a non-thematic production which includes a diverse set of submissions. This issue will reveal investigations into one of Georgia’s oldest Colonial cemeteries, expose readers to the history and mystery of a specific case of petroglyphy, cover the survey and testing of historic settlement on one of our barrier islands, delve into cuisinary complexity at a contact-period cultural confluence, follow the botanical queries of ongoing research at a Middle Woodland site in our northern climes, and include a book review on Cherokee lifeways during the late 17th to early 18th centuries.
Stay tuned and be on the lookout for this upcoming release!