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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...

The Navajo Project: Archaeological Investigations, Page to Phoenix 500 kV Southern Transmission Line (2017)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald C. Fiero. Robert W. Munson. Martha T. McClain. Suzanne M. Wilson. Anne H. Zier.

In the spring of 1970, the Museum of Northern Arizona contracted with Arizona Public Service Company to provide archaeological investigations for the Navajo Project 500kV Southern Transmission Lines from Page to Phoenix, Arizona. The right-of-way, 330 feet wide and approximately 256 miles long, crossed four major environmental zones - plateau, mountain, transition, and desert - and portions of five prehistoric culture areas. Eighty-eight sites were recorded along the line, 20 of which were...

Phase I and II Archeological Resources Investigations Brindle Lake Dam Replacement Project, Fort Dix Military Reservation, Township of Plumsted, Ocean County, New Jersey, Appendix D (2007)
DATASET Tetra Tech EC, Inc..

Tetra Tech EC, Inc. (TtEC), conducted a Phase I and II archeological survey of the project area for the proposed replacement of Brindle Lake Dam, under contract to Fort Dix. The structure is a low earth dam on Brindletown Creek on the Fort Dix Military Reservation in the Township of Plumsted, Ocean County, New Jersey. The project’s area of potential effects (APE) covers an area of 5.5 acres (2.3 hectares) and includes the dam, two laydown areas, and access roads. A portion of the project area...