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New Staff: Kad Henderson

Nov 30, 2008

Kad Henderson joined our Pensacola office as a technician after initially working as a Brockington summer intern.


Brockington and Associates Welcomes Don Klima to the Staff

Nov 25, 2008

Brockington and Associates is pleased to announce that Don L. Klima will join the firm as Senior Program Manager. He is expected to start in January 2009. Don's professional career has been spent at the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the Federal agency responsible for advising the President and Congress on historic preservation matters and administering the review process established by Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the Council's regulations, "Protection of Historic Properties" (36 CFR Part 800).

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Internship Program Expands

Nov 18, 2008

Following our success with the flagship internship program in summer 2008, Brockington and Associates will expand the program in coming years. Our internships offer unique opportunities to both undergraduate and graduate students pursuing careers in archaeology, architectural history, and allied fields.

As a national leader in cultural resources consulting, Brockington and Associates is committed to offering professional experience with the highest standards of excellence. Interns participate in all areas of our company's services: archaeological fieldwork, laboratory analyses, applied GIS, report preparation, historical and architectural research and preservation, and exhibition design and installation.

Applications are accepted now on a rolling basis for winter placements in Atlanta and Charleston. Summer 2009 internship applications are due March 10, 2009.

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Mid-20th Century Architectural Evaluation Training

Nov 18, 2008

Brockington historians, Erin Kane, Michael Reynolds, and Edward Salo recently completed the National Preservation Institute's course "Identification and Evaluation of Mid-20th-Century Buildings." The seminar provides guidance on the assessment of post-World War II structures, including ranch houses, during architectural surveys and how to evaluate post-war buildings in terms of their significance for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.


Southeastern Archaeological Conference

Nov 16, 2008

Tom Whitley presented a paper at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, held in Charlotte, North Carolina, October 12 to 14. Tom's paper, "Riverfront Village (38AK933): A Multi-component Mississippian and Contact Period Site on the Middle Savannah River," is an overview of the results of excavation and interpretation for an Early Mississippian and Seventeenth to Early Eighteenth Century village occupation in North Augusta, South Carolina.

Jon Marcoux presented his paper, ""Chronology from Glass Beads: The English Period in the Southeast, ca. AD 1607-1783." This paper discusses an attempt to create a seriation method for assigning occupation estimates to historic Indian sites using glass trade beads. The resulting chronology offers researchers a reasonably accurate method to identify undocumented seventeenth and eighteenth century Indian communities across the Southeast.

In addition, Carol Poplin presented a paper titled, "As a Living Part of Our Community: Sharing the Past with the Public through CRM." Carol's paper focuses on the cultural resource management industry. The industry has conducted federal and state mandated archaeological and historical investigations since the 1966 National Historic Preservation Act, yet the industry has not always shared with the public the information it finds. The paper explores the challenges of presenting archaeology to the public and offers ideas for breaking the boundaries that often exist between archaeological research and public interpretation.


SEMC Panel

Oct 19, 2008

Dea Mozingo presented a panel titled, "Working with Museum Consultants" at the Southeastern Museums Conference's annual meeting in Birmingham. The annual meeting was held October 14 to 18. In addition to the panel, the History Workshop had a booth at the meeting.


Society for Georgia Archaeology Paper

Oct 19, 2008

Tom Whitley presented a paper at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Georgia Archaeology, in Rome, Georgia on October 18. Tom's paper is called, "Recent Investigations at 9CM471: a Late Prehistoric / Early Contact Period Occupation in Camden County." This paper summarizes the findings of recent investigations at a mid-sixteenth century village and burial mound in Camden County, Georgia.

Click here to read about the presentation in the Rome News-Tribune


65th Annual Southeastern Archaeological Conference Presentation

Oct 12, 2008

Brockington's Tom Whitley attended the SEAC conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, giving a paper titled, "Riverfront Village: A Multi-Component Mississippian and Contact Period Site on the Middle Savannah River." Brockington completed a project at the Riverfront Village site in North Augusta, South Carolina, which found a wide array of artifacts, including Native American artifacts. Brockington teamed with the History Workshop to produce history-rich outdoor panels along the North Augusta Greeneway, nearby the archaeological site.


Dawn Alexander Joins the Team

Sep 30, 2008

Dawn Alexander has come to our Kentucky office as a project manager. Dawn has more than 15 years of archaeological experience in Europe, Asia and the United States.


New Technician - Jamie Kent

Sep 30, 2008

Jamie Kent joined our Kentucky office as a technician. Welcome Jamie!


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