Past Grant Recipients


Candice L. Cravins, University of South Alabama Archaeology Museum
Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter Summer Institute for Educators
[report pending – due November 30, 2017]


Jodi A. Barnes, Arkansas Archeological Survey, UAM Research Station
Gathering, Gardening, and Agriculture: Curriculum and Teacher Workshops on the History and Culture of Plant-Based Foodways in the Southeastern United States
ARAS Report
Website Link


Dr. Robert P. Connolly, C.H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa, University of Memphis
“Promoting Prehistoric Sites Along the Mississippi River in the Southeast US" Tourism-Focused Project


Dennis Jones, Louisiana State University Rural Life Museum
“Searching for the Sweet Life: Archaeology on a Nineteenth Century Sugar Cane Plantation in Louisiana” Video Project
YouTube Video Link


Sarah Nohe, Florida Public Archaeology Network at Florida Atlantic University
The Misadventures of Sandy Trowels: An Illustrated Children’s Book & Programming Focused on Florida History
Website Link


Historic Charleston Foundation
Walled City of Charleston Web Site -Website
Walk the Walls of Charleston Brochure (Page 01 - Page 02)
Final Report


Kelli Carmean, Eastern Kentucky University
Kentucky Public Libraries, Summer Reading Programs, and Essay Competition for "Creekside: An Archaeological Novel"
Book Information - Final Report


Ellen Strojan, Park Ranger-Education Coordinator
Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, GA
"Digging History" at Fort Frederica: Community Archaeology Festival


Theresa McReynolds, Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
North Carolina Archaeological Society
North Carolina Archaeology Day & Teacher's Workshop
North Carolina Archaeology Day and Teacher’s Workshop – Final Report

Activities developed for the North Carolina Archaeology Day and Teacher’s Workshop:
Cookie Excavation
Building a Pot
How did their gardens grow?


Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists (KyOPA)
Living Archaeology Weekend, Red River Gorge Geological Area, Kentucky
Living Archaeology Weekend Report
Living Archaeology Weekend web site

Educational material produced with the 2008 SEAC Grant for the Kentucky Living Archaeology Weekend.


Carl Steen, Diachronic Research Foundation, Columbia, SC
Johannes Kolb Archaeology & Education Project, Darlington County, SC
Johannes Kolb Archaeology and Education Project.
Johannes Kolb Photographs
Project Assessment:


Chip McGimsey, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Matt Reonas, Louisiana Office of State Parks, Baton Rouge, LA.
Exhibit illustrations for Marksville State Historic Site Museum


Kerry Reid, Clarke County Historical Museum, Grove Hill, Ala.
Ashly Dumas, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Traveling Exhibit: "White Gold: The Importance of Alabama's Salt Through Time"

2004 - St. Louis, MO

New calendar year grant cycle instituted.

2003 - Charlotte, NC

No grant awarded

2002 - Biloxi, MS

No grant awarded.

2001- Chattanooga, TN

Major McCollough
Preservation Archaeology Program
University of the South
Field trip to Moccasin Bend National Historic Landmark

2000 - Macon, GA

No grant awarded

1999 - Pensacola, FL

1) Pensacola Archaeological Society
Public Program on Archaeology
2) Washington High School Archaeology Institute
Local Exhibits
3) Escambia County School District
Meeting attendance for Teachers and Students
4) Florida Anthropological Society
Reprint Florida Archaeology booklet

1998 - Greenville, SC

No grant awarded

1997 - Baton Rouge, LA

Nancy Hawkins, Louisiana Division of Archaeology
Teachers' Workshop: Learn More About Teaching Archaeology
1998 SEAC Newsletter Article

1996 - Birmingham, AL

Linda Derry, Alabama Historical Commission
Teachers' Workshop

1995 - Knoxville, TN

1st Official Public Outreach Grant Award
Deborah Woodiel, McClung Museum
Teachers' Workshop

1994 - Lexington, KY

Pre-grant Award
Intrique of the Past Teachers' Workshop>2010
Ellen Strojan, Park Ranger-Education Coordinator
Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, GA
"Digging History" at Fort Frederica: Community Archaeology Festival