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This is a paper/report submission presented at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The Alamance Battleground Research Project was a 14-month long archival, archaeological, and historical investigation aimed at reexamining the site of the final battle in the North Carolina War of the Regulation. The North Carolina Office of State Archaeology and Division of State Historic Sites collaborated with local universities and volunteer groups to systematically survey the...
Archeological Mitigation of the Federal Lands Highway Program Plan to Rehabilitate Tour Road, Route 10, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Montana (2006)
Archival and archeological research was conducted in support of the planned rebuilding of Route 10, the tour road, from Last Stand Hill to the Reno–Benteen defense site parking lot at Little Bighorn Battle-field National Monument. Archival research in the National Archives and at the park provided back-ground information on the nature and extent of road construction by the U. S. Army in the mid-1930s that now constitutes the tour road right-of-way. Close-order metal detecting in a corridor 20...
Proposed Stony Hill Cell Phone Tower Site, Baldwin County, Alabama (2001)
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Restoration and Archeology at San Jacinto: Dividing Legend from Fact through Dialogue (2018)
The Battle of San Jacinto resulted in the defeat of Mexico and the establishment of the Texas Republic in 1836 against overwhelming odds. The site, however, has been altered by the many commemorative contributions, landscape modifications, ground subsidence, and park operations. These have made interpretaion of this decisive battle difficult. It is only through archeology and environmental restoration projects that park interpreters are able to create historically correct vistas. The...
A Sharp Little Affair: Archaeology of the Big Hole Battlefield; Reprints in Anthropology (1994)
The archeologial investigations were guided by a research design developed at the outset of the project. A number of research questions were identified that appeared to be reasonable levels of inquiry. The research questions were divided into three sections. The first dealth with issues related to park management the second with historical battle-related questions, and the third with questions of particularism and matters of refining archeological theory.