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Master of Arts in Social Sciences (M.A.)
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In 2009, Dr. Sue Moore of Georgia Southern University was contacted by State Archeologist Dr. Dave Crass of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Historic Preservation Division. He proposed an exploratory survey of the site of a Civil War Confederate prisoner of war camp known as Camp Lawton located on Magnolia Springs State Park and Bo Ginn National Fish Hatchery in Millen, Georgia. Camp Lawton was constructed, occupied, and abandoned over an approximately three month period in the fall of 1864. The survey served a twofold purpose. First, was to evaluate survey methods to determine the most efficient for use on this and similar sites. Second, was to determine the archeological integrity of the site.
Chapman, James Kevin, "Comparison of Archeological Survey Techniques at Camp Lawton, a Civil War Prison Stockade" (2012). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 623.
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