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Archeological Testing in the Stonewall Jackson Reservoir Lewis County West Virginia (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael R. Beckes.

In early June 1974 a five-man field crew from the Archeology Section of the West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey carried out a systematic program of archeological testing in the basin of the proposed Stonewall Jackson Reservoir in North-Central West Virginia. A total of twelve archeological sites was investigated, including nine which were previously reported by Ralph Solecki. (1949), and three which were discovered by the testing crew (Fig. 1). The field crew consisted of Amy D. Ayers,...


Stonewall Jackson Reservoir Archaeological Investigation 1974
PROJECT US Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District. Michael Beckes. US Army Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections, St. Louis District.

The Stonewall Jackson Reservoir Archaeological Investigation was conducted under the National Park Service contract number CX-4000-4-0037 from June to August of 1974. The primary purpose for this archaeological survey was to investigate cultural resources prior to construction of the proposed Stonewall Jackson Dam, a combination flood control and recreation project by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District (Beckes 1975) located in north-central West Virginia. The work was...