Southeastern Archaeological Conference


The Southeastern Archaeological Conference (SEAC) was founded in response to the tremendous increase in federally-funded archaeological work in the Southeast during the 1930’s. The regional archeology organization has over a thousand members and seeks to:

  • Promote and stimulate interest in the archaeology of the southeastern United States and neighboring areas
  • Serve as a bond among those interested in this and related subjects
  • Publish and to encourage publication
  • Advocate and to aid in the conservation of archaeological sites, collections, and data
  • Encourage an appreciation and support of archaeological research

What you’ll find

  • Past issues of the Southeastern Archeology Journal
  • Proceedings of previous annual conferences
  • Previous issues of the semi-annual SEAC Newsletters, including short articles and book review
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