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Research articles

Teaching Creek heritage in the 21st century

Submitted by Richard L. Thornton (talamachusee@aol.com)

Prominently displayed on the office wall of the Muskogee (Creek) Tribe’s Chief Justice, Patrick Moore, is a tattered old flag. At first glance, one might assume it was a Civil War ancestor’s regimental banner. The Okmulgee, Oklahoma attorney, though, will be quick to tell you that it is a 200-year-old battle ensign of the Creek […]

With much thanks

Submitted by Rita Elliott

As we wind up 2005, we send a hearty THANK YOU to our dedicated supporters this year; those individuals who have contributed financially to The Society for Georgia Archaeology’s Endowment Fund. These individuals include Lucy Banks; Marjorie Gay; Terry Hynes, in honor of Dr. Alfred Messer; and Mary Beth Reed, Jim D’Angelo, Betsy and Michael […]

Artifact informationCRM research notes

Echeconnee Creek sites tested

Submitted by Ellis Environmental Group

Archaeologists with EEG recently completed the evaluations of 11 sites on Robins Air Force Base in Houston County, Georgia. Sites 9HT55 and 9HT56, both near Echeconnee Creek, were the only two found to be eligible for listing on the National Register. The former had seven components (Early, Middle, and Late Archaic; Early and Middle Woodland; […]

Artifact informationCRM research notes

Multicomponent site on Big Tucsawhatchee Creek investigated

Submitted by Edwards-Pitman Environmental (770-333-9484)

Edwards-Pitman Environmental, Inc. (EPEI) recently completed Phase III fieldwork at 9PU20 near Hawkinsville, GA. The excavations were conducted on behalf of the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) as part of a proposed bridge replacement over Big Tucsawatchee Creek (also known as Big Creek) on State Route 230. The site is located on a fluvial terrace […]