Please mark your calendars, and consult The Search for Stuarts Town's website for further details
During August, you may recall that there was a week-long exploratory archaeology dig, in The Point neighborhood, searching for signs of the lost 17th century Scottish Colony of Stuarts Town.
For the past few months, all material found has been at the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (SCIAA) at USC in Columbia - being cleaned, examined, and analyzed.
As planned, there will be a free, public symposium to review those findings - as well as presentations on the latest scholarship around Stuarts Town history, and that of their allies the Yamassee Indians.
To learn more, click here to visit our News blog post of the Stuarts Town Action Group (STAG) press release.
Lobby doors open to the public at 12:30, and seating begins at 12:45 on a first-come first-served basis.
Information provided on behalf of the: Stuarts Town Action Group, Dr. Chester DePratter, StuartsTownActionGroup@gmail.com, www.stuartstown.com.
You might also wish to mark your calendars for:
Walter Edgar's Journal on SC Public Radio (SCPR) - where Dr. Peter Moore was recently interviewed about his new book "Carolina's Lost Colony: Stuarts Town and the Struggle for Survival in Early South Carolina". The program will air on all 10 SCPR stations on Friday, Jan 6, 2023, at noon EDT and rebroadcast twice that weekend – on Saturday morning on SCPR's News & Music stations, and on Sunday at 4:00 p.m. on SCPR's News & Talk stations. It will be available for on-demand listening starting January 9, 2023.
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