Mr. Hathorn joined GSRC in 2020 and has served as an archaeological field technician for three years. He graduated with a B.A. from the University of Southern Mississippi with training in archaeological field methods and archaeobotany. He has been involved in conducting Phase I, and Phase II cultural resources management surveys in Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana, to document and preserve artifacts and sites of cultural importance. Projects include large scale Phase I surveys in Tombigbee, Holly Springs, Bienville, Desoto, and Homochitto National Forests in Mississippi, as well as Ocala and Osceola National Forests in Florida. He has been involved in Phase II investigations for the Alabama Army National Guard, as well as in the city of New Orleans. He has assisted in work with governmental agencies at the local, state, and Federal levels giving him a good understanding of Section 106 compliance of the NHPA. Mr. Hathorn has a familiarity with prehistoric archaeology of the Lower Mississippi Valley, with an interest in cultural analysis of plant remains.
Archaeological Field Technician