The Blue Ridge Archaeology Guild (B.R.A.G.) has been able to get Dr. David Noble as a speaker for our March 8th meeting. Dr. Noble, a Periodontic Dentist, and co-author of “Patriots in the Georgia Revolutionary War Engagements 1776-1782” will speak on the “Cutting Edge of Science at Kettle Creek” using cadaver dogs, X-ray Flurescence and ground penetrating radar to locate burials.
Dr. Noble , a member of the Atlanta Chapter of the “Sons of the American Revolution”, has been active in archaeology work and historical research for over 25 years. He also taught part time at the Emory University School of Dentistry while in practice for 41 years in Decatur, Ga. .
The March 8th meeting will be held at 6:00 PM at the Lumpkin County Parks and Recreation Center: 365 Riley Road in Dahlonega, Georgia.