Joel Jones nominated for National Register?

Joel Jones, renowned Georgia archaeologist recently reached a major milestone of one-half century in age. Joel, a native of Rome, Georgia, has worked on many LAMAR Institute archaeological projects, as well as many decades of service to Universities and private Cultural Resource Management (CRM) firms. We honor him in 2008 and pose the question, should someone nominate him for the National Register of Historic Places? Or, perhaps he has been too remodeled and modified over the years to meet the eligibility requirements? Nawh! Rita and I made him a pop-up book for his birthday (our first attempt). Below are a few pages from the book, which is titled:
Tripod Jones and his Crowfield Adventures.

Hurray for Duct Tape!No field project is complete without 160 bottles of cheap champagne.


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