Scattered around Georgia are local chapters of SGA, which have more frequent meetings and activities tailored to the interests of their members, and subscribing to the Mission of SGA. Many people are both SGA and Chapter members. You’ll find a few of the latest postings from the chapters on this page, or click on the chapter name (or on the map) to the right to get a more complete listing.

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Blue Ridge Archaeology Guild

Blue Ridge Archaeology Guild (BRAG) October Meeting

Archaeologist Russell Cutts’ talk, “Primitive or Sophisticated? Human Ingenuity Through Ancient Eyes” will be presented to the Blue Ridge Archaeology Guild (BRAG) on Wednesday, October 9, 2019. We “moderns” often assume our superiority against perceptions of our ancestors, and indeed, even other animals. Using ancient technologies as a lens to inquire as to the ingenuity and inventiveness of our […]

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Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society’s Newsletter-June/July/August 2019

The Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society’s June/July/August newsletter is ready! You can download it here or download from the GARS Web site.      

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Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society’s Newsletter- April

The Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society’s April newsletter is ready! You can download it here or download from the GARS Web site.

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Gwinnett Archaeological Society Meeting-April 16, 2019

The next GARS meeting will be on Tuesday, April 16 at Fort Daniel beginning at 7pm.  Guest speaker will be Dr. Jeffrey Glover, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Georgia State University. Light refreshments will be served. Meeting is opened to the public!

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Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society’s Newsletter-March

The Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society’s March newsletter is ready! You can download it here or download from the GARS Web site.

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Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society Meeting- March 19, 2019

The next GARS meeting will be on Tuesday, March 19 at Fort Daniel beginning at 7pm.  Guest speaker Dr. Jera Davis, Archaeologist from New South Associates, will be presenting “Stairway to Heaven: Iconography, Afterlife, and Landscape at the Moundville Site.” Light refreshments will be served. Meeting is opened to the public!