Bottle Neck (Other Keyword)
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15 mi of Extra High Voltage transmission line corridor, 2 mi of access road, and 0.9 mi of 115kV transmission line from the Silverking Substation were surveyed for archaeological resources by the Museum of Northern Arizona in April, 1978. Twelve prehistoric and historic Anglo-American affiliation archaeological sites were identified along the EHV corridor between the Silverking Substation and the Tonto National Forest boundary. An isolated recent feature, not given a site designation, was found...
Field School at the Biface III Site (12MI18) 1981-1982
The Biface III Site (12MI18) was investigated under the leadership of Dr. B.K. Swartz, Jr. This investigation was conducted under permit number DACW-27-3-82-17. A final report draft, authored by Mary Lou James and Carl D. Ebbert, is present in the collection. From June 9th to July 7th of 1982, the sixteenth Annual Ball State University Archaeological Field School excavated the Biface III Site located near Peru, Indiana in the Mississinewa Reservoir drainage. This field work was carried out by...
Glass Artifact Photographs, Field School at the Biface III Site (12MI18) 1981-1982 (2012)
Photographs of glass artifacts collected during excavations of the Field School at the Biface III Site (12MI18) 1981-1982 located in Huntington, Miami, and Wabash counties, Indiana.
Glass Artifact Photographs, Long Branch Lake Survey 1974-1978 (2015)
Photographs of glass artifacts collected during the Long Branch Lake Survey 1974-1978 archaeological investigation in the Long Branch Lake area in Macon County, Missouri.
Glass Artifact Photographs, Salamonie Reservoir Survey 1982 (2012)
Photographs of glass artifacts collected during the archaeological survey of the Salamonie Reservoir area in Huntington and Wabash Counties, Indiana.
Long Branch Lake Survey 1974-1978
The Long Branch Lake Survey 1974–1978 was authorized under the Flood Control Act of 1965 (Grantham 1986:1). The investigation was initiated because the construction of Long Branch Lake would directly impact and result in the loss of significant archaeological data. Since preservation was unfeasible, the USACE, Kansas City District, contracted with Northeast Missouri State University to recover archaeological data in order to mitigate the effects of construction. Between the summer of 1974 and...
Phase II Archaeological Investigations of CA-CAL-000636H, -789, -1678 / H, -1679 State Route 4, Calaveras County, California, KP 20.1 / 20.9, PM 12.5 / 13.0, EA 10-499900. (1999)
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Salamonie Reservoir Survey 1982
An archaeological survey of the Salamonie Reservoir was carried out by principal investigators William R. Wepler and Donald R. Cochran, from Ball State University in 1982. Salamonie Reservoir is located in the Huntington and Wabash counties of Indiana. The survey was conducted to identify the variables that influenced site selection, refine the cultural history of the area, develop hypotheses concerning Early Archaic settlement patterns, investigate the seeming lack of Middle Archaic occupation...