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Archaeological Overview and Assessment of the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia (2005)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Todd M. Ahlman. Gail L. Guymon. Nicholas Herrmann.

At the request of the National Park Service (NPS), the Archaeological Research Laboratory (ARL) at the University of Tennessee’s (UT’s) Department of Anthropology has prepared an Archaeological Overview and Assessment (AOA) of the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park (CUGA). The primary purpose of this AOA is to investigate, describe, and assess the known and potential archaeological resources within the CUGA boundaries. An AOA is the first step in creating a comprehensive cultural resource...


Documentary Research and Archaeological Investigations at the Waite-Kirby-Potter Site, Westport, Massachusetts (2010)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Katharine M. Johnson. Christa Beranek. Kathryn A. Catlin. Laura W. Ng.

Research on the Waite-Kirby-Potter house in Westport, Massachusetts, included mapping historical resources visible on the surface and excavating 25 test pits and units near the house foundations in the fall of 2009. Field investigations were complemented by extensive documentary research including a complete chain of title and genealogical research on the three families who have owned the property between the late 17th century and the present. The visible historical features include elements...


The Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project
PROJECT Michael Nassaney.

The Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project is a collaboration between Western Michigan University and the City of Niles, MI to investigate, interpret, and preserve the physical remains of the site of Fort St. Joseph, a mission, garrison, and trading post complex occupied from 1691 to 1781 by the French then British. Since its inception, the Project has cultivated a robust program of public archaeology to involve and invest the community in the preservation of the site and more generally, the...


Modeling Archaeological Sensitivity in Vermont with GIS (2006)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: system user

Over the past several decades, significant improvements in processing capacity and GIS software sophistication have encouraged the development and use of computer based models of archaeological sensitivity to augment traditional research approaches and field investigations. The Vermont Archaeological Sensitivity Model (VTASM), a GIS-based framework for simulating archaeological sensitivity statewide, is a recent example of this trend.


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Ruins of Tikal" (with border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Ruins of Tikal" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Bejucal Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Camp Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Corriental Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Encanto Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Great Plaza Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "North Zone Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Perdido Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Temple IV Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Temple of the Inscriptions Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Map of the Ruins of Tikal, El Petén, Guatemala (1961)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert F. Carr. James E. Hazard.

In 1956 The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, under contract from the Guatemalan government, began what would be a fifteen-year project of archaeological and biological research, site restoration and touristic development at the ancient Maya site of Tikal, Guatemala. As one of its first efforts, the Penn Project produced a series of paper maps of the site. Edwin M. Shook, field director, reports that much of the first two seasons (1956, 1957) was devoted to building camp, digging...


Tikal Report 11: Map of the Ruins of Tikal, El Petén, Guatemala and Georeferenced Versions of the Maps Therein
PROJECT Uploaded by: Christopher Carr

This archive is in two parts. The first part is Tikal Report 11, published in 1961, which presents the ten maps produced by the Tikal Project of The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania. The second part is georeferenced versions of the ten maps for use with GIS (Geographic Information Systems) software. The georeferencing was based on field data collected in 2010 by the Tikal Project of the University of Cincinnati. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of...


Toward a Management Plan and Predictive Model for the City of Annapolis, Maryland (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Edward Otter.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


Using GIS to Describe and Understand Archaeological Site Distribution: Mapping Fort St. Joseph (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Susan Benston.

Geography and geographic perspectives make important contributions to many other disciplines. This thesis project is designed to bring a geographic perspective to an ongoing archaeological investigation. The project is focused on Fort Saint Joseph, a French colonial mission, garrison and trading post built in 1691 and occupied for 90 years. The site has been excavated for six years and plans are in place for annual excavations until 2018. As the body of information about the site increases, a...


Yellowstone National Park: Submerged Resources Survey (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text James E. Bradford. Matthew A. Russell. Larry E. Murphy. Timothy G. Smith.

During August 1996, the National Park Service's (NPS) Submerged Cultural Resources Unit (SCRU) conducted a multiresource remote-sensing survey in Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park (YELL). The general strategy was to apply methodology developed by SCRU for marine resource hydrographic survey to specific management issues at Yellowstone Lake. The first submerged resources surveys designed specifically for Geographic Information System (GIS) applications were conducted several years...