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GNAHRGIS Archaeological Introduction

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Archaeological: The absence of known sites in a given area of this dataset does not imply that none are present - there may be hundreds when someone finally investigates that area.

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WELCOME TO GNAHRGIS: Georgia's Natural, Archaeological, and Historic Resources GIS

Welcome to the new and improved GNAHRGIS featuring enhancements such as improved mapping and searching capabilities. All former accounts have expired (Except for archaeology accounts), but all of the enhancements are currently accessible without an account or password through "Public Data."

We invite you to explore this new version of GNAHRGIS by clicking on "Continue". For training information click here .

GNAHRGIS is an interactive Web-based registry and geographical information system designed to catalog information about the natural, archaeological, and historic resources of Georgia.

GNAHRGIS contains information about Georgia's archaeological, natural and historic resources. In the GNAHRGIS system, archaeological resources means archaeological sites recorded in the Georgia Archaeological Site File. Historic resources includes buildings, structures, historic sites, landscapes, and districts included in the Historic Preservation Division's Historic Resources Survey or listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

This information has been compiled by the Historic Preservation Division of the Department of Natural Resources — Georgia's State Historic Preservation Office — in collaboration with the Georgia Archaeological Site File at the University of Georgia.

GNAHRGIS is made possible through cooperation from the following organizations.

Georgia Department of Natural Resources Georgia Department of Transportation Georgia Department of Community Affairs The University of Georgia