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Deep River Basin (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological Clearance for the Electric Lines To the Loom House, House in the Horseshoe State Historic Site, Moore County, North Carolina (1984)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197364] Terry Maureen Harper.

Description not available


Archaeological Investigation of the Site of the Proposed Randleman Reservoir Dam, Randolph County, North Carolina (1985)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197299] Dennis Lewarch. Ian Von Essen. Thomas H. Hargrove.

Description not available


Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Liberty Industrial Park, Randolph County, North Carolina (1986)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197643] Kenneth W. Robinson.

Description not available


Archaeological Study, Bridge No. 406 On Sr 2235 Over Deep River at Franklinville, Randolph County, Tip No. B-703 (1983)

DOCUMENT [ID: 198091] Thomas J. Padgett.

Description not available


Archaeological Survey and Assessment of the Harris-Asheboro 230 KV Transmission Line, Chatham and Randolph Counties, a Case Against Shovel Testing (1983)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197744] R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr.. H. Trawick Ward.

Description not available


Archaeological Survey at the House in the Horseshoe State Historic Site, Moore County, North Carolina (1978)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197365] John C. Baroody. Terry M. Harper.

Description not available


Archaeological Survey at the John Kern Farm, a Proposed Alternate Location for the Star Wastewater Treatment Plant, Montgomery County, North Carolina (1984)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197363] C. Michael Baker.

Description not available


Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Water Treatment Plant, Cumnock, Lee County, N.C (1987)

DOCUMENT [ID: 198087] Loretta Lautzenheiser.

Description not available


Archaeological Survey of Area Affected By Replacement of Bridge No. 53, Sr 1334, Guilford County, Over the Deep River Near Jamestown, I.D. No. B-616 (1980)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197809] Chris Baroody.

Description not available


Archaeological Survey of the Star Wastewater Treatment Plant and Interceptor Lines (1984)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197360] Dee Dee Joyce.

Description not available


Archaeological Survey of the U.S. 311 Bypass, High Point East Belt, from U.S. 311 North of High Point To U.S. 311 South of Archdale, Guilford and Randolph Counties, North Carolina (1987)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197638] Thomas H. Hargrove.

Description not available


Archaeological Survey, Bridge Replacement Project, Bridge No. 155 On Sr 2153 Over Deep River, Chatham and Lee Counties, Tip No. B-807 (1988)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197446] Thomas Padgett.

Description not available


Archeological Evaluation of 31rd236 and 31rd245, North Carolina Zoological Park, Randolph County, North Carolina (1987)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197639] Lawrence E. Abbott, Jr.. Erica E. Sanborn. J. Ned Woodall.

Description not available


B. Everett Jordan Reservoir, Stratigraphic Survey, New Hope River Flood Plain, Chatham County, N.C (1979)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197833] Karen J. Slagle. Michael Corkran. R. M. Jackson. R. L. Siesen. John Parks.

Description not available


Cultural Resources Assessment of the Cumnock and Gulf Shafts Project, Lee and Chatham Counties, North Carolina (1986)

DOCUMENT [ID: 198086] Rex L. Wilson.

Description not available


Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Recreational Development Areas and Wildlife Subimpoundments at B. Everett Jordan Dam and Lake (1984)

DOCUMENT [ID: 197855] Charles E. Cantley. John R. Kern.

Description not available


Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Housing Project (A.K.A. Deep River), Section 8, T78-R13W, Poweshiek County, Iowa (2002)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 312407] David J. Stephenson. Adam Newman.

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