Open to the public, the 13th Annual Seven Islands Artifact Day at Indian Springs is for all those who are interested in the Native Americans that once populated this part of Georgia. Bring your old Native American artifacts with you where members of the Ocmulgee Archaeological Society will be on hand to identify artifacts from all different periods and historic artifacts from the earliest days of settlement. Of special note, several noted experts will be on hand to identify and record Clovis, Dalton and other early projectile points. There will also be several artifact collections on display, demonstrations and more!
For more information, including times and special information, see the flyer included below!
J. Michael Brewer
About the Author:
Michael Brewer is a native of Jackson, Georgia who enjoys writing, music, history and architecture. He enjoys working in community advocacy, promoting his community and enhancing tourism opportunities in his region. He is the owner, writer and publisher for this website on local tourism and curates a large collection of photographs and historical records that chronicle much of the history of the county. Most recently, he served as the Project Restoration Director for the Historic 1898 Butts County Courthouse Rehabilitation Project, leading the interior restoration project which was completed in early 2021. He is member of the Society of Architectural Historians, which promotes the study, interpretation and conservation of architecture, design, landscapes, and urbanism worldwide for the benefit of all.