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The National Park Service Southeast Archeological Center

The Southeast Archeological Center is a division of the National Park Service specializing in archeological research within the southeastern United States and the Virgin Islands. Information on the site includes recent and past reports on the diverse fieldwork conducted by the Center, including some of their most well-known work around Native American settlements and Civil War battlefield sites. Importantly, there are sections of the site devoted to educational outreach efforts to inform students about the nature of the Center's work and to provide them with introductory material on the practice and method of archaeology. Some of the more recent highlights include an outline of prehistory and history in the region and an updated report on the field work of the Center at the Shiloh National Military Park in Tennessee.
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Date Issued 1995-
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Scout Publication
Date of Scout Publication 2002-09-20
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2002/0920

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