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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ChaptersGwinnett Archaeological Research Society

Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society Newsletter- April 2018

The Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society has recently released its April newsletter- Gwinnett Archaeology Bulletin Vol VII, Issue 4. The newsletter contains information about the addition of the Georgia Northeast Freeway Branch and its recent listing to the National Register of Historic Places.   Also included in this month’s newsletter is a recap of the recent Lithic […]

ChaptersGwinnett Archaeological Research Society

Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society (GARS) Meeting Announcement for April 17, 2018

The next GARS meeting will be on Tuesday, April 17 20 at the Fort Daniel Meeting Room beginning at 7pm at Fort Daniel Archaeological Site (2505 Braselton Hwy, Buford, GA). Guest speaker Sarah Love from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Historic Preservation Division will be presenting on the economic impacts of historic preservation. Sarah […]

Blue Ridge Archaeology GuildChaptersOnline news

B.R.A.G Meeting Announcement for April 10, 2018

Dr. David Patterson of the Biology Department at the University of North Georgia will speak to the Blue Ridge Archaeology Guild on Wednesday, April 11, at 6:00 pm.  His topic will be “Human and animal adaptation in dynamic ecosystems: case studies from the fossil record of Africa and coastal Georgia.”    For much of our […]

ChaptersGreater Atlanta Archaeological Society

Greater Atlanta Archaeological Society-April 2018

The Greater Atlanta Archaeological Society has recently released its April newsletter- Atlanta Antiquities Vol. 6, No. 4. The newsletter contains information about the March guest speaker, Steven Scurry, who will present on The Oconee War––Defending the Beloved Land: Borderland Warfare in Georgia History 1783 – 1796.   Also included in this month’s newsletter is information on […]

ChaptersGreater Atlanta Archaeological Society

Greater Atlanta Archaeological Society Newsletter- March 2018

The Greater Atlanta Archaeological Society has recently released its March newsletter- Atlanta Antiquities Vol. 6, No. 3. The newsletter contains information about the March guest speakers, graduate students from Georgia State University who will be talking about their research. Benjamin J. Schaefer, Breidy Ivan, and Jessica M. Moss. Both Ben and Breidy specialize in biological archaeology, […]

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B.R.A.G Meeting Announcement for February 14, 2018

Archaeologist Steven Hammock will speak to the Blue Ridge Archaeology Guild (B.R.A.G.) on Wednesday, February 14 at 6:00 pm at the Dahlonega Parks and Recreation Building. His topic is “Creek Rising: Ethnogenesis in Middle Georgia’s Ocmulgee River Valley,” ethnohistory and archaeology of the Historic Creek Indians in the 16th and 17th centuries. Macon native Stephen […]