Georgia Archaeology Month Poster 2019

The theme for the 2019 Georgia Archaeology Month was a study of the archaeology originating from many of the salvage reservoir projects that occurred throughout the twentieth century. See the attached digital images for the front and back of the 2019 poster.

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