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CRM research notes

Broxton Rocks wetlands mitigation tract testing

Submitted by SEARCH (352-333-0049)

Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. (SEARCH) of Jonesville, Florida conducted limited Phase II test excavations at two archaeological sites (9CF17 and 9CF71) located within the proposed Broxton Rocks wetlands mitigation bank near the Ocmulgee River in Coffee County, Georgia, in September of 2005. The project report was completed in March of 2006. The scope of work […]

CRM research notes

SAS busy with surveys

Submitted by SAS (706-546-1850)

Southeastern Archeological Services (SAS) has completed a data recovery excavation project and several surveys in Georgia in the past few months. We have current survey work ongoing in Sumter and Lee counties, Pickens County, and Gordon County. Tom Gresham and Rob Benson just completed data recovery excavations on a buried, stratified site on the banks […]

CRM research notes

Nash Farm project and more

Submitted by TRC (770-270-1192)

Over the last three months, TRC has become very busy with a number of large archaeological projects across the Southeast. Here in Georgia, we’ve conducted archaeological investigations in Cobb, Coweta, Forsyth, Fulton, Gordon, Hall, Henry, Lowndes, and Whitfield counties. The most exciting project we’ve been working on is for a planned Civil War battlefield park […]

The SGA news

Obituary—Marilyn Pennington

Georgia’s archaeological community has recently lost one of its own. Journalist, artist, archaeologist, and ethnohistorian, Marilyn Pennington passed away on June 9, 2006 at the age of 75. Pennington was born in Bluefield, West Virginia, and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Georgia in 1950. After working as a reporter for […]


Submitted by Rita Elliott

Whatever you do, please do not send any money to the SGA Endowment this month. The Swiss Bank account is full and our U.S. accountants are working double shifts to process the checks, cash, and stock options that have been rolling in. Okay, so maybe this is hyperbole. But wouldn’t it be nice if this […]


DVD focuses on Georgia sites

A new DVD on Georgia prehistory, prepared by SGA member and Lost Worlds founder Gary Daniels, is available for purchase. The DVD covers the past 4000 years of Native American archaeology in the state, specifically focusing on six sites: the Sapelo Shell Ring complex, the Fort Mountain stone wall, Rock Eagle/Rock Hawk, Kolomoki Mounds, Ocmulgee […]