Fred C. Cook Archaeology
Fred C. Cook earned his master's degree in anthropology/archaeology from Florida State University in 1978. He has over 35 years of experience as a principal investigator in CRM archaeology projects. He specializes in Mississippian and Historic period archaeology of the Georgia Coast. He is a member of the Georgia Council of Professional Archaeologists, the Society for Georgia Archaeology, the South Georgia Archaeological Research Team, and is listed in the Register of Professional Archaeologists (#12036).
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(1978)This thesis represents a culmination of two seasons of excavation at the Kent Mound site on St. Simons Island, Georgia.
(South Georgia Archaeological Research Team, 2016-02-03)In 1975, prehistoric ceramics dating to the Late Archaic, Woodland and Mississippian Periods were found in a garden at 807 Albany Street in urban Brunswick, Georgia. The city of Brunswick lies on the southern end of an old ...