Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society

Archaeology Lab

Archaeological Projects

The work performed at the Fort Daniel Archaeology Lab is ongoing. Many artifacts from several sites are being processed. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact GARS.

Participants in the archaeology lab and excavation work at Fort Daniel Archaeological Site or other sites who are not GARS members will need to fill out liability and multimedia release forms. A liability release form is required of volunteers participating in particular lab and field experience. While this is a formality, it does provide GARS with documentation that you have been informed of the risks of participating in the lab and field exercises. Additionally, because photographs and other forms of multimedia may be used to document lab and field exercises, you are required to sign a multimedia release form so that said materials may be used by GARS and FDF in multimedia presentations and promotional materials. Please download the form packet.

Mission Statement

Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society (GARS) has and continues to be responsible for the archaeological fieldwork at the Fort Daniel Archaeological Site in Hog Mountain, Georgia. (For more information about Fort Daniel visit the Fort Daniel Foundation Web site.)

Besides the continuing work at the Fort Daniel site, GARS also excavates at two prehistoric sites in Gwinnett County, a rock shelter and a soapstone site, and has completed excavation or survey projects at several other sites within the County. Some of these projects are presented in the media presentations available below. If you want to be like Indiana Jones and enjoy the adventure of archaeology, don't hesitate to email GARS!

Contact Information


GARS c/o Delana Gilmore, President
2505 Braselton Highway
Buford, GA 30519

Below are the media presentations of some of past and ongoing GARS archaeological projects:

More will be available when project reports have been written.

Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society educates the public about the local archaeological resources and advocates the preservation of these sites.

Project Report Presentations

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