• The archeological remains of Fort Frederica

    Fort Frederica

    National Monument Georgia

Collections

archives and artifacts
 

Fort Frederica has an artifact collection acquired through various archeological investigations dating back to 1947. Most of this collection is stored offsite at the Southeast Archeological Center. Researchers needing access to the artifact collection information should contact the park via email. To see a sampling of Frederica's artifacts, visit online.

Fort Frederica also owns the Margaret Davis Cate Collection. This collection consists of original documents, photocopies of original documents, research notes, records, reports, newsclippings, maps, photographs and film. The Cate Collection is stored and accessed through The Georgia Historical Society. These resources are available to researchers at the historical society's library and archives in Savannah, Georgia. Visit the Georgia Historical Society online for contact information.

 
To view the 1740 Thomas Map from our collection, click the map detail on the left.

Did You Know?

Window of Frederica's Barracks

Frederica's barracks also served as a jail for prisoners of war and at least one prisoner of conscience: Christian Priber, a missonary who urged southeastern natives to become independant of the British government. Fort Frederica National Monument, Georgia