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Ms. Debi Hacker

Conservation Administrator and Education Coordinator

Chicora Foundation , Inc.

HQ Phone: (803) 787-6910

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Chicora Foundation , Inc.

P.O. Box 8664

Columbia, South Carolina 29202

United States

Company Description

Chicora is a Columbia, South Carolina public, non-profit heritage preservation organization founded in 1983. Our work includes archaeological and historical research throughout the Southeastern United States, public education (primarily right here in Sout ... more

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Employment History

Conservation Administrator

South Carolina State Museum


American Landscape Contractor's Association

Associate Member
American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works

American Association for State and Local History

American Association of Museums

Southeast Regional Conservation Association

Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation

International Society of Arboriculture


South Carolina Nursery & Landscape Association




Tulane University

Web References (32 Total References)

Chicora Foundation:: Cemetery Archaeology | South Carolina Archaeologists [cached]

Ms. Debi Hacker is Chicora's Laboratory Supervisor and Education Specialist. She has over 15 years of experience in Southeastern archaeology, including prehistoric work in Kentucky, South Carolina, and North Carolina, as well as historic work throughout South Carolina. Ms. Hacker is a recognized expert in laboratory analysis and conservation of archaeological materials. Prior to joining Chicora she was associated with The Charleston Museum as Assistant Archaeologist. She later served as the Conservation Administrator with the South Carolina State Museum. Ms. Hacker obtained her B.A. in Anthropology from Tulane University and has received additional training conservation, preservation, and landscape architecture. Debi Hacker, Conservation Administrator/Education Coordinator


Industrial Archaeology | Plantation Archaeology | African American Archaeology | Chicora Foundation [cached]

Debi Hacker


“Honoring our Past: Preservation and Conservation of Cemeteries” is the program to be presented by Ms. Debi Hacker of Chicora Foundation, Inc. She will present detailed and expert information on tombstone maintenance and preservation.

Chicora Foundation:: SC Archaeology Consultants | Heritage Preservation | Archaeology Research [cached]

Chicora's Debi Hacker will be presenting a program at the St. Helena Library (Beaufort County, SC) on archaeology as part of the summer reading program.

Director Michael Trinkley spoke on ... [cached]

Director Michael Trinkley spoke on developing a cemetery preservation plan and conservation ethics, while Conservation Administrator Debi Hacker spoke about

Debi Hacker explained how maintenance is more than simply mowing and explored a broad range of plant issues.
In September Chicora's Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker were invited to conduct a preliminary preservation and conservation assessment of Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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