Links

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State of Georgia Other Links of Interest
Archaeological Site File Archaeological Conservancy 
Council on American Indian Concerns Archaeology in the News 
Council on American Indian Concerns Archaeology Magazine’s Interactive Dig
Fort Hawkins Archaeological ParkFort King George Georgia Department of Archives and HistoryInterested in learning more about your family history? Check out this website to learn what resources are available and how to do it.
Georgia Department of Natural Resources-Historic Preservation Division Learn more about historic preservation and how to nominate historic structures on the National Register of Historic Places. LAMAR Institute
Georgia Historical Society Links to the Past
Historic Preservation Division
Waring Archaeological Laboratory Southeast Archeological Center
Professional Organizations
Georgia Council of Professional Archaeologists (GCPA)
Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA)  Join professional and avocational archaeologists as they seek to preserve, educate, and study archaeology throughout Georgia. Various chapters exist across the state and Archaeology Month is celebrated statewide in May.
Southeastern Archaeological Conference (SAC)Society for Georgia Archaeology (SGA)
SGA Local Chapters
Augusta Archaeological Society c/o John Arena 706-855-7939809 Shackleford Place                   jarena@knology.netEvans, GA 30809 Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society c/o Delana Gilmore, President, gigilmore@wordsmithquill.com  Dr. James D’Angelo, Archaeological Advisor 4drdee@bellsouth.net
Northwest Georgia Archaeological Society c/o Jack Walker              770-445-3595 (Home) 452 Benson Road, Dallas, GA 30172
Coastal Georgia Archaeological Society c/o Chica Arndt 912-920-2299 (home)1253 Little Neck Rd.Savannah, GA 31419Carndt2651@aol.com Ocmulgee Archaeological Society c/o Stephen A. Hammack 478-935-8979 (home)8287 Lower Thomaston RD       stephen.hammack@robins.af.milMacon, GA 31220Meets 1st Thursday of each Month at Ocmulgee National Monument, Macon, GA
Blue Ridge Archaeological Guild (BRAG) 

Catherine Ritch, Secretary, Dr. Jack Wynn, Archaeological Advisor

Golden Isles Archaeological Society 

Jamice Meschke, President, St. Simons Island, GA 31522

Greater Atlanta Archaeological Society

Dr. Jeff Glover, archaeological advisor

Activities Hotline:     770-242-2249

West Georgia Underwater Archaeological Society c/o Charles Kelly 706-812-9011 LaGrange Dive Center111 Vernon StreetLaGrange, GA 30240kellyx4@bellsouth.netWeb:  http://www.wguas.
Gwinnett County Links
Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center Gwinnett Historical Society & History Center
Gwinnett History Museum
Other Links
African Diaspora Archaeology Network: Provides the latest news, research information and other links: www.diaspora.uiuc.edu/
American Anthropological Association:Provides student resources, anthropology in education, ethics, section interest groups –www.aaanet.org/ 
Anthropology Resources on the Internet for K-12: www.aaanet.org/resinet.htm
Archaeological Institute of America: Central Indiana Society. Features fieldwork opportunities, links, museums, information from variety of countries –www.indiana.edu/~classics/AIA/internet/internet.html
Society for American Archaeology: Educational materials, career and jobs in archaeology, academic programs – www.saa.org
Society for Anthropological Sciences: Includes upcoming conferences, resources – http://anthrosciences.org/
Society for Applied Anthropology: Features news, meeting info, graduate program info, forums, links – www.sfaa.net
 Society for Historical Archaeology: Features explanation of historical archaeology, underwater archaeology, careers, graduate programs – www.sha.org

Additional Educator’s Resources

National Geographic Xpeditions: Pirate Archaeology Grade: 6-8, geograph and world history.  Look under select lesson plann for addtional plans include: The Scientic Method in Undersea Archaeology. www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/17/g68/archaeology.html

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Public Broadcasting Station:  “Who Owns the Past?” Transcript to video is available there, great exercise for critical thinking on NAGPRA legislation and issues of ownership of cultural property, great material to organize a debate, especially with older students (Grades 9-12).  www.pbs.org/teachersource

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United States Mint:  The 50 Quarters State Lesson Plans for K-12 , learn about culture, geography and heritage of each state. www.usmint.gov/mint_programs/index.cfm?flash=yes&action=Educational_initiative

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Carl Vinson Institute of Government-University of Georgia:  Information about cultural periods in Native American society prehistoric and historic eras and additional links to other resources. www.cviog.uga.edu/Projects/gainfo/gaindian.htm