Nauset Marsh (Geographic Keyword)

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Archeological Investigation for the Eastham Unit Development, Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts (1981)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Francis McManamon. Christopher Borstel.

From October to December, 1980, the Division of Cultural Resources, North Atlantic Region, examined potential impacts on cultural resources of proposed visitor use facilities of the Eastham unit, Cape Cod National Seashore. Of five areas studied, two, the Three Sisters of Nauset and Doane Rock development, lacked cultural resources. Two additional areas, the Nauset Light and Little Creek Staging Area, had cultural resources but these seem not to be eligible for the...

The Archeological Survey of Cape Cod National Seashore
PROJECT Francis McManamon. National Park Service. Cape Cod National Seashore.

This project contains documents, images, and data about the archaeological resources in and around the Cape Cod National Seashore on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. In particular these relate to what is known as the "outer Cape," that is, from the vicinity of Chatham, Orleans, and Eastham north to the the Provincelands. Much of the archaeological work covered here is from investigations done by or for the Cape Cod National Seashore. The historic time period, as well as ancient times are covered by...

Final Report for Faunal Reconnaissance of Selected Sites and Corridors, Eastham Area, Cape Cod National Seashore (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Robert L. Prescott.

Faunal inventory created for selected sites and corridors of the Eastham Area, Cape Cod National Seashore. The inventory was conducted over an extended period of time encompassing all seasons of the year. The area of possible impact exceeds the study area and calculates at about 274 acres. The dispersed nature of the proposed development over a large area creates many habitat islands and produces extensive edge. Insularity and edge effects are profound in many cases, especially uplands, and may...

Prehistoric Morphology and Marsh Development of Pamet River Valley and Nauset Marsh (1981)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Stephen P. Leatherman.

The purpose of this research was to expand upon the previous report prepared by O’Donnell and Leatherman (1980) regarding the geomorphic evolution of Outer Cape Cod. Two areas, the Pamet River Valley and Nauset Marsh, were identified as sites where additional data and field tests should be provided. These field data allowed for more accurate reconstruction of the prehistoric natural environment of these two areas of archeological significance. Specifically, this follow-on study was conducted in...