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Last summer 2014 the South End of Ossabaw Island was a site of UGA"s Archaeology Field School. Led by the Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources' Historic Preservation and Archeology Division and the University of Georgia, the dig served as a Field School for UGA’s archeology graduate students. Dr. Victor Thompson, Director of the University of Georgia's Center for Archeological Science and the leader for the Ossabaw project. The team explored 4,000 years of history. Ossabaw’s south end was a Native American settlement, an early American/18th century and 19th century plantation, and an early 20th century lumber mill.

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2014 UGA Archaeology Field School