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Archaeological Survey Report for Naval Facility, Centerville Beach and Dependent Housing Area Humboldt County, California (BLM) (1994)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael E. Perry. Rebeca Plank.

Archaeological field survey report for naval facility in Humboldt County, California. Several ceramic fragments were observed but were not formally recorded.

Archaeology Field Survey Reports Contributed by BLM, Arcata, CA Field Office
PROJECT Uploaded by: Melinda Salisbury

This project includes Archaeology Field Survey Reports contributed by the Bureau of Land Management's, Arcata, California field office.This initial contribution will establish a regional digital archive project whose goal is to accumulate heritage documents, greatly enhancing our ability to preserve historic resources within the North Coast Region.

Diving into the Past: The Corsair at Crystal Cove State Marine Conservation Area (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Tricia Dodds.

Crystal Cove State Park is home to many unique cultural resources that tell the story of California’s fascinating past. Its marine conservation area is no less extraordinary. In 1949, a Navy F4U Corsair airplane met its watery grave off the coast of Crystal Cove. Since its rediscovery, this underwater site has been studied and recorded by California State Parks with the assistance of other institutions. In 2014, the California State Parks Dive Team revisited the Corsair to evaluate its current...

Historic Resources Assessment Naval Facility Centerville Beach Ferndale, Humboldt County, California (BLM) (1994)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William Self. Carrie Wills. Ann Samuelson.

Naval Facility (NAVFAC) Centerville Beach has been disestablished by the Navy and is proposed for disposal as surplus property by the General Services Administration. Uribe and Associates, under contract to the Western Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, was directed to conduct a Historic Resources Assessment of the facility as pan of environmental analyses being performed prior to declaring the property surplus. The focus of this cultural resource assessment is to document each...

Initial Deepwater Archaeological Survey and Assessment of the Atomic Target Vessel US Independence (CVL22) (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James Delgado. Kelley Elliott. Frank Cantelas. Robert Schwemmer.

A ‘cruise of opportunity’ provided by The Boeing Company, which wished to conduct a deepwater survey test of their autonomous underwater vehicle, Echo Ranger, resulted in the first archaeological survey of the scuttled aircraft carrier, USS Independence, in the waters of Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary in March 2015.  While a preliminary effort, and not comprehensive, the survey confirmed that a feature charted at the location was Independence, and provided details on the condition of the...

Naval Battlefield Reconstruction as a Predictive Model for Deep Water Remote Sensing:Search for Bluefields and U-576 (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John Bright.

In 2011, the National Park Service’s American Battlefield Protection Program awarded a grant to East Carolina University and NOAA’s Monitor National Marine Sanctuary to conduct a battlefield analysis of a naval action which occurred off North Carolina during the Second World War. Specifically, researchers investigated action initiated against convoy KS-520 by German U-576 in July, 1942. Though the primary objective of the grant was to conduct historical and archeological evaluation of this naval...

Operation Crossroads in Perspective (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James P. Delgado.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Mapping Crossroads: Archaeological and High Resolution Documentation of Nuclear Test Submerged Cultural Resources at Bikini Atoll" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The 1946 atomic tests at Bikini Atoll, known as Operation Crossroads, left a diverse archaeological record at Bikini, as well as off the West Coast of the continental US, Hawaii and Kwajalein Atoll. This paper reviews the historical context and...

Two Wrecks In A Historic Careenage : The Case For Identification Of The Deadman's Island and Town Point Shipwrecks In Pensacola Bay, Florida. (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Andrew Van Slyke.

This is an abstract from the "Developing Standard Methods, Public Interpretation, and Management Strategies on Submerged Military Archaeology Sites" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The Deadman’s Island (8SR782) and Town Point Shipwrecks (8SR983) are unidentified wrecks that were archaeologically investigated and interpreted as small stripped and abandoned wrecks from the British Occupational Period of Pensacola (1763-1781). The wrecks were found...