Sample Maps from Chattahoochee River Study
Readers probably would like to see what will be coming available in the near future. The same type studies have already been completed for the Savannah River and South Atlantic Coast (from Charleston to Jacksonville). They are available without charge on Access Genealogy.
Each archaeological site contains a written description of the site’s history, visible structures, location, environment, ethnicity, occupation periods and archaeological studies. Each site has at least have a high resolution satellite image, showing the location of the site. Especially important sites have various types of topo analysis plus virtual reality architectural graphics.
Of course, an advantage that we have over those agencies that have no personal ties to Creek heritage sites is that “our people” have been watching over these locations for 185 years. POOF members constantly send in info on heritage sites near where they live. Thus, we are often aware of legacies from the past, which have been missed by conventional means.
Latest posts by Richard Thornton (see all)
- New Video: Exploration of the Soque River Basin - June 24, 2019
- Like most of the other sites, the Ladds Mountain Observatory became gravel! - June 22, 2019
- Celebrating the Creek New Year! - June 21, 2019
- US Senator Richard Burr accuses Cherokees of bribing state officials and bullying other Carolina tribes. - June 20, 2019
- Joy Harjo named first Native American Poet Laureate of the United States! - June 19, 2019