F. Patricia Stallings
Senior Historian, Atlanta
Ms. F. Patricia Stallings (M.A., University of Georgia) is a Senior Historian employed with Brockington since 2002. She has strong experience in the development and writing of historic contexts, National Register of Historic Places nominations, architectural field surveys, and Historic Property Management Plans. Ms. Stallings has conducted archival research at several state, local, and university archives, as well as regional branches of the National Archives for a variety of project types. These include archaeological data recoveries at St. Annie's slave row and Oglethorpe's watch house on St. Simon's Island, Georgia, a rare War of 1812 military encampment near St. Mary's, Georgia and the Granite Hill Plantation in Hancock County, Georgia.
Ms. Stallings manages many of our projects for utility clients and has completed NRHP evaluations and HPMPs for the Yadkin-Pee Dee Hydroelectric Project in North Carolina and Morgan Falls and Lake Blackshear Projects in Georgia. Ms. Stallings's experience with military properties includes surveys of the former Olathe Naval Air Station in Kansas, National Guard Armories in both Missouri and Florida, and Army Reserve Centers throughout the southeast. Ms. Stallings has also completed multiple architectural survey and photographic documentation reports for the Anniston Army Depot in Alabama. Most recently, she completed an at-length historical narrative as mitigation for the installation's East Area, titled From Shermans to Strykers: Industrial Maintenance at the Anniston Army Depot, 1940-2007.