Tri-lingual freelance writer and photographer based in Dallas, Texas. Travelled extensively over the last 35 years from Europe to Africa and the Americas. His web site www.georgefery.com focuses on the history of the Americas up to the arrival of the Europeans. Long-Form articles are dedicated to research and papers about the Maya, past and present, as well as other Mesoamerican cultures and those of the South American continent; more are being published.
Fellow of the Institute of Maya Studies www.instituteofmayastudies.org, Miami, FL, the Royal Geographical Society www.rbg.org , London, U.K. Also member in good standing of the Maya Exploration Center www.mayaexploration.org
Austin, TX and the Archaeological Institute of America www.archaeological.org , Boston, MA.
Detailed references may be found in the "About Georges" page in www.georgefery.com .
Contact: Georges Fery - [email protected] .
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