The next Public Work Day at the Cluskey Embankment Stores is set for January 26. Students from the local colleges are encouraged to try their hands at excavation and screening for artifacts. Archaeologists from Georgia Southern will be on hand to lead the dig and explain more about the history of the site. The City of Savannah has set up a webpage to give the public more information about the history of the site and the on-going archaeology.
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