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This two-part issue of Early Georgia, entitled "Material Reflections of Georgia's African American Past," is available as a pdf on CD for a cost of $11.00, including postage.  To order, send a check or money order payable to The Society for Georgia Archaeology to: J.W. Joseph, PhD, RPA, New South Associates, 6150 East Ponce de Leon Avenue, Stone Mountain, GA  30083


Table of Contents

Early Georgia, Volume 35, Number 2, Fall 2007

African American Life in Georgia Through the Archaeological Looking Glass, by J. W. Joseph, PhD

Data Recovery Excavations at the St. Annes Slave Settlement, St. Simons Island, Georgia, by Scott Butler

African American Contributions to Savannah's Historic Landscapes, by Bradford Botwick

Landownership and Hardship: Interpreting the Landscape of an African American Community in Eastern Gwinnett County, 1870-1950, by Jeffrey L. Holland

Archaeology of a Tenant Farming Landscape: The Free Cabin Site, Hephzibah, Georgia, by Natalie Adams and Mark Swanson

Early Georgia, Volume 36, Number 1, Spring 2008

Residential and Communal Landscapes at the Ford Plantation Development, Richmond Hill, Georgia, by Thomas G. Whitley, PhD

South of Hell's Gate: Life at the North End Plantation, Ossabaw Island, Georgia, by Daniel T. Elliott

Necessity or Commodity?:  An Analysis of the Ford Plantation Colonoware, Bryan County, Georgia, by Nicole Isenbarger

Home-crafted "Brick" Grave Markers in the African American Section of Memory Hill Cemetery, Milledgeville, Georgia, by James J. D'Angelo, PhD

"A City Slave is Almost a Freeman"… Or Not?, by Rita F. Elliott

Springfield: An Archaeological History of a Free African American Community from the Revolution to the Civil War, by J. W. Joseph, PhD