Historic (Culture Keyword)

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0-9E-85(Fhwa 299010) Sac County Local Roads (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael J. Perry.

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11 x 17 maps associated with The Fate of Things (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jeffery F. Burton.

Small collection of large format maps from the PIA 90 Report


11593 Determination of Eligibility Notification, Building 156, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Joseph M. Logan.

The enclosed materials provide adequate documentation to establish the significance of Randolph Field as an eligible historic district in the area of military history under National Register Criterion A. Building 156 was built during the second era (c. 1943) and served as the Post Photo lab. The structure is eligible for listing as a contributing element within an eligible historic district significant under Criterion A in the area of military history.


12-Al-923-20, Celt, Preform Groundstone (2022)
IMAGE Wilson Nettleton.

Celt, Preform Groundstone, Catalog #: 12-Al-923-20 Recovered as part of Report of Investigations 22, The Archaeological Resources of the Maumee River Valley, Allen County, Indiana, James Mohow


12-Dl-187-5, Unclassified Late Archaic point (2022)
IMAGE Olivia London.

Unclassified Late Archaic point, Catalog#: 12-Dl-187-5 Recovered as part of Report of Investigations 12, The Archaeological Resources of the Upper White River Drainage with Emphasis on the Woodland Period, P. Ranel Stephenson, with sections by Donald Cochran, Lorna Gentry Laymon, and Diana Conover


12-Dl-49-6 (164-84), Point (2023)
IMAGE Skai Mendez.

Point, Catalog #: 12-Dl-49-6 (164-84) Recovered as part of Archaeological Report 3, Title and Author unavailable


12-Ja-159-25 (2022)
IMAGE Wilson Nettleton.

Hi-Lo Point collected in Jay County, Indiana. Catalog #: 12-Ja-159-25 Recovered as part of Report of Investigations 18, An Archaeological Survey of Jay County, Indiana, Mary Lou James and Donald Cochran.


12-Mi-37-46, Point Fragments (2022)
IMAGE Olivia London.

Point Fragments, Catalog #: 12-Mi-37-46 Recovered as part of Report of Investigations 13, An Archaeological Survey of the Upper Wabash River Valley, Donald Cochran and Edmond Anuszczyk


12T335 2012 mag (north to right).tif (2017)
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12T352 2016 mag (north to right).tif (2017)
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12T9 - 2009 mag (north to right).tif (2017)
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12T9 - 2016 res - N1000, E800 block (north to right).tif (2017)
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12T9 2012 mag (west side) (north to right).tif (2017)
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12T9 2012 mag - east side (north to right).tif (2017)
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12T9 2013 mag (north to right).tif (2017)
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12T9 2016 mag (north to right).tif (2017)
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12T9 2016 res - East res block (N940, E920) (north to right).tif (2017)
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12T9 2016 res - N of Fort N1020 E740 (north to right).tif (2017)
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1539 – Artifacts and Archaeology from Conquistador Hernando De Soto’s Potano Encampment (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Fred White.

Published by Academic Press Journal - Division of UK Scholarly Open Access The site identified in the Florida Master Site File as MR03538 was the location of one of Hernando de Soto’s early camps during the 1539 entrada and was in later use during the seventeenth century Spanish mission and ranching periods. This previously unknown First Spanish Cultural Period site is located between Ocala and Gainesville, Florida on the wetlands associated with Orange Lake. The European artifact...


A 1715 Spanish treasure ship (1965)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Carl J. (Carl Jon) Clausen.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


17th Century Spanish Mission Cemetery Is Discovered Near Tallahassee (1970)
DOCUMENT Citation Only B. Calvin Jones.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


The 1837 Ioway Indian Map Project
PROJECT Uploaded by: Mary Whelan

In 1837 the Ioway Indians drew a map to bring to treaty talks with the United States government. The 1837 Ioway Map project uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to help extract cultural, archaeological, and historical information from this rare document. Centered on what is now the state of Iowa, the 1837 map shows 51 rivers, nine lakes, 23 villages, and over two dozen important Ioway Indian trails.


The 1837 Ioway Indian Map Project: Using Geographic Information Systems to Integrate History, Archaeology and Landscape (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mary Whelan.

Master's Thesis. In 1837 the Ioway Indians drew a map to bring to treaty talks with the United States government. The 1837 Ioway Map project uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to help extract cultural, archaeological, and historical information from this rare document. Project goals include: documenting Ioway cartographic conventions; georeferencing the Ioway map to a modern base map; extracting spatial, historical, ecological and archaeological information from the georeferenced...


The 1837 Ioway Map Project - Poster presentation. (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mary Whelan. William Green.

Poster of the 1837 Ioway Map Project, presented at the 2003 ESRI International Users Conference.


The 1837 Ioway Map Project: Georeferencing a Historic Native American Map. (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mary Whelan. William Green.

Conference presentation. The Ioway drew their map to help illustrate Ioway territorial boundaries to U.S. government officials. It represents a brief history of their culture, from the time of their creation until 1837. Locations on the map correspond to significant culture historical events and possibly to archaeological sites.