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Southeast Archeological Center

The Southeast Archeological Center (SEAC) is responsible for archeological research, collections, and database management for all park units located in the southeast region of the National Park Service (NPS). The collection comprises more than 6.5 million objects and associated projects. Several NPS units in the southeast region like Cane River NHA (LA), Fort Donelson, NB (TN) and Charles Pinckney NHS (SC) date to the peak years of the UGRR (1830-1865. These material assemblages can be associated with either initial or terminal stages of escape. Collections at SEAC are available for both educational and scholarly purposes, and their use in research is highly encouraged.

Visitor Information: Currently open to public.

Location: National Park Service, 2035 E. Paul Dirac Drive, Tallahassee, 32310

National Park Unit: Yes

Ownership: John E. Ehrenhard, Director

Location Type: Facility