The Archaeology Research Program at the Cape Eleuthera Institute is working to fill in the gaps in the archaeological record of The Bahamas by providing valuable cultural resource information to both the inhabitants of Eleuthera and government officials charged with managing those resources. In collaboration Justin Symington (The Island School humanities teacher), Dr. William F. Keegan (The Florida Museum of Natural History) and students from The Island School are working to complete a thorough coastal surface survey of south Eleuthera with the aim of identifying unrecorded Lucayan sites and to document in detail important Lucayan and Loyalists sites in jeopardy of being destroyed by natural and anthropogenic forces.