Hilton Head, SC: The Archaeological Society of South Carolina, Hilton Head Chapter will continue to host monthly meetings at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Historic Honey Horn off of Hwy 278 on Hilton Head Island.
The Fall 2012 Speaker schedule includes:
Sept. 18th - 7 pm Ed Johnson, former ASSC/HHI Chapter President, will present artifacts from Pine Island.
October 3rd - 10:00 am Wednesday, Dr. Benjamin Farley will discuss his historical novel of the French and Indian War Three Thousand Days and Nights
Oct. 16th - 1 pm Richard Hatcher, historian at Ft. Sumpter will discuss the history of Ft. Sumpter in the Charleston Harbor.
Nov. 20th - 7 pm Natalie Adams-Pope, President of New South Associates will discuss SC Plantations
Dec. 4th - 7 pm ASSC/HH Chapter Christmas Social
Jan. 15th - 7 pm Adam King of SCIAA discussing the Etowah site
Jan. 26th - Time to be set later. 3rd Annual What the Heck is IT? Artifact Identification Program
All meetings are free and open to the public. Contact George Stubbs for additional information: 843-363-5058. www.assc.net