Southeast Archeological Center
  • 3D Rendering of Shiloh Mound

    Southeast Archeological Center


    Cultural Resources National Park Service

Regional Archeological Survey Program


The Regional Archeological Survey Program of the Southeast Archeological Center assists National Parks within the Southeast Region in fulfilling their archeological responsibilities.

  • Prepares research designs and cost estimates, analyzing artifacts, preparing reports, and cataloging the collections from subsequent projects.
  • Undertakes archeological projects for park management needs.
  • Provides technical assistance for planning, site stabilization, public education, interpretation, and protection.
  • Prepares National Register nominations and state site forms, and updates the Cultural Sites Inventory (CSI).
  • Disseminates information to parks, State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPO), and the professional community.
  • Prepares databases for archeological reports and collections.
  • SEAC archeologists conducting fieldwork at the Shiloh Mound site.
  • Assists parks with developing public education programs.
  • Prepares overviews and assessments of park cultural resources.
  • Surveys park areas as part of the Systemwide Archeological Inventory Program.
  • Provides Geographic Information System (GIS) archeological theme layers and other computer mapping data for parks.

For more information about I&E, contact Guy Prentice at guy_prentice@nps.gov or (850) 580-3011 x124.