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Dozens of unmarked graves, thought to date to 18th century, discovered in Charleston

...were was well outside the city at that point," said Eric Poplin, an archaeologist and the vice president of Brockington and Associates, a consulting firm helping to investigate the site.Susan Able, a forensic anthropologist with the Charleston...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-02-23/dozens-unmarked-graves-though
Work of exhuming Charleston graves wrapping up

...a new Charleston performing arts center, an archaeologist said Friday.Eric Poplin, the vice president of Brockington and Associates, said the work exhuming remains from what's thought to be an 18th century graveyard should be completed Saturday...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-03-02/work-exhuming-charleston-grav
Across Georgia

...ground-penetrating radar to find a possible slave cemetery.The Ledger-Enquirer reports that officials contacted Brockington and Associates after determining through historians and records that the suspected area was designated as a burial ground for...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2010-11-13/across-georgia
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Artifacts sell redeveloped Indian land

...underground." What they've found For the past eight years, archaeologists with Mount Pleasant, S.C.-based Brockington and Associates Cultural Resources Consultants have studied the village site, first via a series of tiny test pits and later...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/10/26/met_101936.shtml
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Plans for remains found beneath stadium unclear

...Charleston. They were "people who did not have a voice in their own history," said Kristrina A. Shuler of Brockington and Associates, who helped lead the excavation two years ago. More than 340 grave pits were found, and about 275 contained...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/08/30/met_94532.shtml
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Not the first to live here

...the villages that were located along the central Savannah River," said Tom Whitley, the vice president of Brockington and Associates, a cultural resource management firm in Atlanta. He should know. Dr. Whitley led a team of archaeologists...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/07/10/met_88414.shtml
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As development booms, risk to gravesites looms

...and then used to fill or refill a hole, the pole won't go very far. Jeff Gardner, a vice president for Brockington and Associates - an archaeological company based in Norcross, Ga. - sometimes lets clients feel the difference for themselves...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/07/31/met_460126.shtml
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Exhibit tells of little-known battle

...about the war's final battle, said Connie Huddleston, the director of The History Workshop, a division of Brockington and Associates, an Atlanta-based company that helps preserve and protect cultural resources. "There are very few War of...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/07/06/met_457930.shtml
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Burial traditions surface in excavations

...potter's field for the poor. "There was no money for that," said Ralph Bailey Jr., the vice president of Brockington and Associates, the Mount Pleasant archaeological and consulting firm that is doing the $149,000 recovery and removal project...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/06/30/met_420675.shtml
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