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Archaeological and Geomorphological Investigations at the Avon Park Air Force Range, Highlands and Polk Counties, Florida (2006)

DOCUMENT Michael Wilder. Charles D. Frederick.

This report presents the results of Phase I and II archaeological investigations on the Avon Park Air Force Range (APAFR) in Polk and Highlands counties, Florida. This work was conducted by Geo-Marine, Inc. (GMI), under a contract (DACA63-99-D-0010, Delivery Orders 059, 060 and 065) with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, acting on behalf of the Air Combat Command (ACC) and APAFR. The purpose of this study is to provide the APAFR with data for use in the management of its...


Archaeological Site Identification Survey of 3,384 in the Avon Park Air Force Range (2005)

DOCUMENT Brent M. Handley. Michael A. Arbuthnot. Christopher T. Savage.

Environmental Services, Inc. (ESI) was contracted by Ecology and Environmental, Inc. to conduct a cultural resource assessment survey of 3,384 acres of the Avon Park Air Force Range (APAPR), located in Highlands and Polk Counties, Florida. This archaeological investigation was performed to assist Ecology and Environmental, Inc. and the Southwest Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command in complying with state and federal guidelines.The goal of the survey was to locate, delineate, identify...


Avon Park AFR Architectural and General Base History

PROJECT Avon Park Air Force Range. Park T. DeVane. Kelly Nolte. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District. Virgil Roy Beasley. Marsha Prior. United States Air Force History Office and Museums Program.

This project contains documents relating to both the architectural and the general history of the Avon Park Air Force Range. The documents range from amateur histories of the air force range to Historic American Engineering Record-like documentation.


Avon Park AFR Environmental Assessments and Management Plans

PROJECT Acquisition and Restoration Council.

This project contains documents relating to both environmental assessments and management plans for the Avon Park Air Force Range, MacDill Air Force Base, and surrounding nature preserves.


Avon Park Air Force Range Cold War Survey

PROJECT Uploaded by: Kathy Couturier

Documents and images relating to the Avon Park Air Force Range Cold War Survey prepared by Geo-Marine, Inc. for Avon Park Air Force Range.


Avon Park Air Force Range: Cultural Resources Inventory and Assessment (1997)

DOCUMENT Geo-Marine, Inc..

This report presents the results of cultural resources investigations conducted on 6,800 noncontiguous acres on Avon Park Air Force Range (APAFR) in Polk and Highlands counties, Florida. The investigations consisted of a Phase I cultural resources survey, a predictive model for locating prehistoric cultural resources in the form of a land stratification structure, a World War II historic context, and historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) Level IV documentation of extant World War II...


Avon Park Air Force Range: Phase I Survey of Selected Areas and Phase II Testing at Site 8HG20/8HG27, 8PO1007, and 8PO6084, 2008-2009 (2009)

DOCUMENT Virgil Roy Beasley. Christopher J. Shepard. Alisa Pettitt. Matthew Gill. Brynn Torelli.

During the winter of 2008–2009, Geo-Marine, Inc., conducted cultural resources survey and site evaluations at Avon Park Air Force Range in Polk and Highlands counties, Florida. Investigations included a Phase I archaeological survey of eight selected, noncontiguous tracts in five different areas covering approximately 1,580 acres. Survey was based on previously determined zones of high, medium, and low probability for archaeological sites, with the goal of identifying all cultural resources...


Avon Park Cold War Data (2013)

DATASET Uploaded by: Kathy Couturier

Located 75 miles from MacDill Air Force Base and about six miles east-northeast of Avon Park, Florida, Avon Park Air Force Range originated as a bombing and gunnery range in December 1941. Neighboring the range was an installation known as Avon Park Army Air Field and Avon Park Army Air Base. In 1946, Avon Park Army Air Field was largely unoccupied, kept on stand-by status as a satellite of MacDill. By 1947, most of its buildings and structures had been disposed. The Continental Air Forces...


Avon Park Parson's Survey: Sites 8HG880, 8HG881, 8HG882

PROJECT United States Air Force Air Combat Command. Stevens J. Sanderson. Stevens J. Sanderson.

Phase I and Phase II investigations of three sites on Avon Park Air Force Air Force Range.


Communication and Miscellaneous

PROJECT Uploaded by: Kathy Couturier

This project contains letters and other documents that communicate the potential for archaeological resources on Air Force land.


Final Environmental Assessment for Renovating and Remodeling the Bravo Central and Charlie Flank Towers at Avon Park Air Force Range, Florida (2004)

DOCUMENT Environmental Flight.

The Bravo Central and Charlie Flank Towers score air-to-ground deliveries of ordnance on bombing and gunnery ranges. In addition to routine maintenance, one or more of the towers have their handrails, roofs, windows, and catwalk walking surfaces replaced. Doors and catwalks are added to the Charlie Flank Towers while the window awnings are replaced. All of the towers’ interiors are remodeled to house new electronic equipment. The Florida State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) concurs with...


Final Report: Phase I Archaeological Survey, Management Units 7,8,9,10,11,12 and Main Base, Avon Park Air Force Range, Avon Park, Florida (2001)

DOCUMENT J. Sanderson Stevens. Susan Hathaway.

Parsons Engineering Science, Inc. (Parsons) conducted a Phase I archaeological survey of ca.2,811 acres during the winter of 2001. Johnna Thackston Technical Project Manager--TPM) and Peg Margosian (Avon Park AFR GIS Specialist) selected areas for the survey. The purpose of the survey is to assist A von Park Air force Range in their completion with Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. as amended. The survey, which included portions of Management Units 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,...


HAER-Like Documentation of Airfield, Avon Park Air Force Range, Polk and Highlands Counties, Florida (2011)

DOCUMENT L. Knott. D. McVarish. C. Osborn.

As part of Section 106 mitigation for the Avon Park Air Force Range World War II Airfield, HAER-like Level II documentation was performed. Documentation included large-format photographs, reduced plans, and a narrative history. Thirteen different components to the airfield were documented and the importance of the airfield to advancements in aviation military strategy were noted.


A History of the Lands Composing the Avon Park Bombing Range (1983)

DOCUMENT Park T. DeVane.

Giving an intimate history of the lands composing the Avon Park Bombing Range, this report is the result of the Avon Park Air Force Range participating in a program to identify and protect historic sites on government lands, particularly those located on their Air Force Range. Although the activities in the area may not have been significant within the definition of federal and state laws, installation personnel felt that sites of local interest should be identified and described. Without this...


Phase I and Phase II Archaeological Investigations, Avon Park Air Force Range, Polk and Highlands Counties, Florida (2008)

DOCUMENT Tiffany Osburn. Michael Wilder. Lisa O'Steen. Brandi M. Carrier Jones.

This report presents the results of Phase I and Phase II archaeological investigations on Avon Park Air Force Range (APAFR) in Polk and Highlands counties, Florida. This work was conducted by Geo-Marine, Inc. (GMI) under a contract (DACA63-00-D-0006, Delivery Order 0036) with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, acting on behalf of the Air Combat Command (ACC) and APAFR. The purpose of this study is to provide the APAFR with data for use in the management of its cultural...


Phase I Archaeological Survey Management Unit 10A, Avon Park Air Force Range, Avon Park, Florida (1998)

DOCUMENT J. Sanderson Stevens. Dennis Knepper. Carter Shields.

This survey consisted of a Phase I archaeological survey of Management Unit 1 OA, ca. 3,400 acres, located in the extreme southeast comer of the facility. The purpose of the survey was to assist APAFR in compliance with Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, and various Air Force regulations. Topographic relief is minimal and open hammocks and grasslands are the dominant vegetation in the vicinity of the river. Various flatwood communities dominate~...


Phase I Archaeological Survey Management Units 1,2,7,8,11,11A,12, and 13, Avon Park Air Force Range, Avon Park, Florida (1999)

DOCUMENT Uploaded by: Kathy Couturier

In a continuing effort to comply with Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, Avon Park Air Force Range, Florida, conducted two Phase I archaeological surveys, in the Fall of 1998 and in the Spring of 1999. The surveys were contracted through Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, Virginia, and Moody AFB, Georgia. One survey, conducted in November and December of 1998, investigated a 5,700 acre (2,307 hectare) portion of Management Units 1 and 2. The second survey...


Phase I Archaeological Survey of 4,147.1 acres, and Phase II Site Evaluations at 8HG24, 8HG767, and 8PO3405, Avon Park Air Force Range, Polk and Highlands Counties, Avon Park, Florida (2005)

DOCUMENT Headquarters Air Combat Command. Parsons Engineering Science, Inc..

In 2004, Headquarters Air Combat Command (HQ ACC) conducted a Phase I archaeological survey and Phase II evaluations at three previously documented sites within the boundaries of Avon Park Air Force Range (APAFR). Between January 5, 2004 and February 27, 2004, a pedestrian and shovel test survey was completed of approximately 4,147.1 acres (1,678.3 ha) in the central part of the property. The acreage was stratified as high, medium, and low probability areas, as defined by a previously prepared...


Phase I Archaeological Survey, Avon Park Air Force Range, Avon Park, Florida (1997)

DOCUMENT J. Sanderson Stevens. Dennis Knepper. Madeleine Pappas. Irvy R. Quitmeyer.

This report presents the results of a Phase I cultural resource survey of 6,000 contiguous acres on the Avon Park Air Force Range (APAFR) in Polk and Highlands counties, in central Florida. The work was conducted by Parsons Engineering Science, Inc.,under contract with the United States Air Force Air Combat Command acting for the APAFR. The purpose of the activity was to provide a document for use by the APAFR in managing cultural resources in partial fulfillment of its obligations under the...


Phase II Archaeological Site Evaluation: Sites 8HG880, 8HG881, 8HG882, Avon Park Air Force Range, Avon Park, Florida (2001)

DOCUMENT Uploaded by: Kathy Couturier

In a continuing effort to comply with Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, Avon Park Air Force Range, Florida, conducted Phase II archaeological evaluation of three sites, 8HG880, 8HG881 and 8HG882, located along Kissimmee River. The evaluations were contracted through Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, Virginia, and Moody AFB, Georgia, and fieldwork was conducted in February of 2001. Prehistoric and historic period components are present at each site. Based...


Preliminary Cultural Resource Assessment Survey of the Avon Park Air Force Range, Polk and Highlands Counties, Florida (1986)

DOCUMENT Robert J. Austin. Jacquelyn G. Piper.

A preliminary cultural resource assessment survey was conducted of the 106,210 acre Avon Park Air Force Range (APAFR) in Polk and Highlands Counties, Florida. The purpose of the survey was to provide base level data on the types, distribution, and potential significance of archaeological and historic period sites located on the APAFR. An extensive literature search and a systematic field survey were conducted by Piper Archaeological Research, Inc. A total of 37 archaeological sites were located...

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America