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The Council on American Indian Concerns helps protect graves and burial objects from accidental and intentional desecration, advises state and local governments, and supports economic development within American Indian communities. Part of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, State Parks and Historic Sites Division, the Council is the only state entity specifically authorized to address the concerns of Georgia's American Indians.
2610 GA Hwy 155, SW
Stockbridge, GA 30281
Georgia Council on American Indian Concerns c/o State Parks and Historic Sites
Part of Georgia Department of Natural Resources, State Parks and Historic Sites Division