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Although Savannah is known for its historic preservation, the archaeology, unseen by most, has been mostly forgotten. Digging Savannah is a program at Armstrong State University that engages students in solving the problem of archaeological site loss in Savannah.

Digging Savannah was founded by two Armstrong Anthropology instructors, Laura Seifert and Barbara Bruno, who has recently retired from teaching after 16 years of service at Armstrong. Our project creates activities and events for Armstrong students and the Savannah community. Our on-going project is the Android and iPhone smartphone apps. We are currently focused on doing research with our undergraduate students and do not have many public outreach activities planned. However, please contact us if you would like us to speak to your particular group or host a walking tour. Look for our “past events” tab to see what we have done in the past. We are always happy to schedule a program on demand.

About You

We are always looking for more community partners to share Savannah’s history. Do you have an archaeology site on your property? Maybe you have found an artifact and would like us to identify it. The answers to many Frequently Asked Questions can be found in our brochure.

We are happy to visit classrooms, businesses, and other organizations to discuss archaeology and preservation with you. Stay tuned as we develop more opportunities for Savannah students and citizens to participate in the history beneath their feet!

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  1. Hi, I’m Southeast Regional Director for the Archaeological Conservancy. I saw you on Instagram. If there is ever anything I can do to help with preservation of an archaeological site in your area, please let me know. I’ll be happy to provide more details about what we do and how we work.

    • Thanks! If you are ever in Savannah, we’ll give you a tour. : )

      * * *Laura*

      *Digging Savannah* *a new archaeology program in Savannah* *Find us on Facebook*

      * * * *

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