Welcome to LostWorlds.org, an online interactive museum of the American Indian. The museum currently houses four major exhibition halls: the Lost Worlds of Georgia hall, the Lost Worlds of Florida hall, the Lost Worlds of South Carolina hall and the Lost Worlds of Alabama hall. Each hall contains multiple exhibits.
Our first major exhibit is located in the Georgia hall and is entitled Ancient Architects of Georgia. The exhibit features streaming video documentaries, virtual reality panoramas, image galleries, and 3-D computer reconstructions and animations to help bring these ancient cultures to life. The exhibit has won the Roger K. Warlick Local History Achievement Award by the Georgia Historical Society. We plan to create similar exhibits for each of the states in our coverage area.
Other exhibits currently available include Public Indian Sites of Georgia, Public Indian Sites of Florida, Public Indian Sites of South Carolina and Public Indian Sites of Alabama where you will learn about the many public archaeological sites and museums that exist in these states where you can see the remnants of these lost cultures first-hand.
The Public Indian Events of Georgia exhibit provides information about the various powwows and Native American festivals that take place every year throughout the state where you can see the modern descendants of these lost cultures. It includes streaming video highlights from these festivals in case you cannot see them in person.
We are currently planning new exhibits that will feature the Native cultures that once thrived throughout the Americas.
Please take the time now to explore this site and sign up for our email list so we can update you when new exhibits come online as well as any new discoveries made in the field of American Indian archaeology. If you like what you see here and would like to see more please consider making a donation.
-Gary C. Daniels
Proud member of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference