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Report on Field Investigations at the Big Spring Fire Cache Relevant to Buried Utility Lines to the New Temporary Fire Management Structure, Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Carter, Missouri (2001)

DOCUMENT [ID: 398842] James E. Price.

James E. Price was requested to conduct a Phase I cultural resources assessment of an area to be impacted by buried utility lines to be connected to a new temporary fire cache structure to hold temporary offices near in the present Fire Cache Area off Peavine Road near between Van Buren and Big Spring. The new temporary facility will be situated east of the boat shed and northwest of the duplex staff residential housing (Figure I). Various utility lines will need to be installed in the area...


Report on Field Investigations at the Proposed Location for Construction of a Pedestrian Train at Devils Well Cave Spring & Return, Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Shannon County, Missouri (2003)

DOCUMENT [ID: 398848] James E. Price.

James E. Price, OZAR Archeologist, was requested to assess the potential impact on cultural resources of the construction of a pedestrian trail at Devil's Well by Martha Ruhe who was in charge of establishing a route for the trail from Devil's Well southward down Parker Hollow across Pioneer Forest land which is under private ownership. The project involves construction of a trail originating on the north side of Devil's Well and progressing in an arch westward, then southward around the ravine...


Report on Field Investigations at the Round Spring Wastewater Treatment Plant Chainlink Fence Replacement (2000)

DOCUMENT [ID: 398837] James E. Price.

James E. Price was instructed by Kevin McMurry to conduct a Phase I cultural resources assessment of a tract of consisting of the presently fenced area at the Round Spring wastewater treatment plant. On April 26, 2000 James E. Price, Ozark National Scenic Riverways Archeologist, visited the wastewater treatment plant at Round Spring. Accompanying him were Kevin McMurry and Randy Ross. The portion of tile mound on which the treatment plant lies has subsided, causing one end of the building to...


Report on Field Investigations at the Round Spring Wastewater Treatment Spray Fields (2000)

DOCUMENT [ID: 398838] James E. Price.

James E. Price was instructed by Kevin McMurry to conduct a Phase I cultural resources assessment of a tract of land north of Round Spring off Highway 19 where modification of a wastewater treatment plant 8lld spray fields is planned. On April 26, 2000 James E. Price, Ozark National Scenic Riverways Archeologist, visited the wastewater treatment plant and associated spray fields at Round Spring. Accompanying him were Kevin McMurry and Randy Ross. A portion of the mound on which tile treatment...


Report on Field Investigations at the Shawnee Shop for Modifications to Security Sensors, Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Shannon County, Missouri (2000)

DOCUMENT [ID: 398839] James E. Price.

James E. Price was requested by Noel Orchard to conduct a Phase I cultural resources assessment of the area to be impacted by the replacement of wires connecting the electronic security system at Shawnee Shop in Shannon County, Missouri. The areas to be impacted were examined on April 26, 2000 by James E. Price, OZAR Archeologist. Noel Orchard explained that Angela Smith and Renata Coleman had previously examined the area when the wires presently serving the security system were installed below...


Report on Field Investigations in the Big CCC Historic Complex, Sewerline Break Near Building 411, Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Carter, Missouri (2003)

DOCUMENT [ID: 398846] James E. Price.

James E. Price was requested to conduct an emergency monitoring project of an area to be impacted by a backhoe excavation to be conducted near the in the Big Spring Historic CCC Complex near Building 411. On the morning of July 20, 2003, Billy Smith of ONSR Maintenance informed James E. Price, OZAR Archeologist, that there was a sewer line clog in the area and that it was necessary to use a backhoe to dig up the area at the point where the stoppage was suspected to be. The ground was loose and...


Report on Field Investigations on the Location of a Proposed Horse Train Staging Area on Shawnee Creek, Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Shannon County, Missouri (2001)

DOCUMENT [ID: 398841] James E. Price.

James E. Price was requested to conduct a Phase I cultural resources assessment of the area to be impacted by a planned horse trail staging area to be constructed between Big Shawnee and Little Shawnee Creeks near Shawnee Shop in Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Shannon County. The project area is located east of Eminence, Missouri north of Highway 106, On April 12, 2001, James E. Price, OZAR Archeologist, assisted by Renata Coleman, Archeological Technician, visited the project area and...

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