Archaeological Investigations at 9EB92, 9EB207, 9EB208, and 9EB219, Beaverdam Group 1980

Part of the Beaverdam Group 1980 project

Editor(s): Janice L. Campbell; Carol S. Weed

Year: 1980


In August through October of 1980, New World Research, Inc., conducted Phase I investigations at four sites (9EB92, 9EB207, 9EB208, 9EB219) known collectively as the Beaverdam Group. Previous research at three of the sites had indicated the presence of a possible Stallings Island occupation at 9EB219, and Lamar-related Mississippian occupations at 9EB92, 9EB207, and 9EB219.

Only survey level work had been conducted at 9EB208, but Taylor and Smith (1978) had indicated that the site might be a possible quarry location. The NWR investigations confirmed the presence of a Stallings Island Late Archaic occupation at 9EB219 in addition to Early Woodland, Late Woodland, and Savannah II Mississippian occupations.

Limited Lamar phase materials were recovered from 9EB92 and -9EB207, however the focus of occupations at both sites appears to be during the Savannah II period. At 9EB208 the possibility of the site use as a quarry location could not be confirmed due to its disturbed condition, however, an early Mississippian occupation was substantiated.

Cite this Record

Archaeological Investigations at 9EB92, 9EB207, 9EB208, and 9EB219, Beaverdam Group 1980. Janice L. Campbell, Carol S. Weed. 1980 ( tDAR id: 436472) ; doi:10.6067/XCV84M97CX

Spatial Coverage

min long: -83.208; min lat: 33.633 ; max long: -82.197; max lat: 34.52 ;

Record Identifiers

Georgia Archaeological Site File Report Number(s): 6579


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