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Archaeological Survey of Beech Fork Lake 1973-1975
PROJECT US Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District. US Army Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections, St. Louis District.

The West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey was contracted to conduct the archaeological survey. The majority of the field work took place between 1973-1975 around Beech Fork Lake in Cabell, Mason, and Wayne Counties, West Virginia. Site numbers for the project include; 46CB12, 46MS49, 46WA22, 46WA24, 46WA25, 46WA26, 46WA28, 46WA35, 46WA36, 46WA37, 46WA38, 46WA39, 46WA54, 46WA55, 46WA57, 46WA58, 46WM2, 46WM12, and 46WM20. The project's intention was to result in the construction of a...

Finding Aid, Archaeological Survey of Beech Fork Lake 1973-1975 (2019)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jacob Chase. Michael Rosario-Figueroa.

This collection is referred to as "Archaeological Survey of Beech Fork Lake 1973-1975.” This name is consistent throughout the finding aid, the file folders, and the box labels. The extent of this collection is six (6) linear inches. The documents date from 1973-1975. The documents were originally lacking a clear discernible order. The documents were originally housed in an acidic folder within an acid-free box with various document collections from the Huntington District. Various documents...

Indian Burial Mounds in the Missouri River Basin (1960)
DOCUMENT Full-Text R. W. Neuman.

Since its inauguration in 1946, the Missouri Basin Project of the Smithsonian Institution, along with other cooperating Federal, State and local agencies, has concentrated its efforts toward the salvage of archeological materials that will be lost by the construction of dams and the flooding of reservoirs along the Missouri River and its tributaries. The surveys and excavations have been conducted at historic military forts, trading posts, pioneer settlements and Indian villages; however, most...

Rediscovering the Past in the Missouri Basin, Public Production (1952)
DOCUMENT Full-Text R. Smith.

The recent acceleration of the water development and conservation program for the Missouri Basin has produced a crisis for the archeologists concerned with the area. The more permanent villages of the aboriginal inhabitants of the Plains were overwhelmingly concentrated in the valleys of the major rivers. The remains of literally thousands of such villages will be unintentional casualties of the water resources development program. This is the story of what archeologists are doing toward meeting...