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EIS: Multi-Purpose Range Complex Fort Polk, Louisiana (1984)
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Intensive Cultural Resource Managemnet Survey Fort Jackson Military Reservation Richland County, South Carolina (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael G. Shogren. Chad O. Braley. Catherine E. Clinton.

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Kaiparowits Environmental Impact State (1975)
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"Old Fortunes, New Fortunes, Lost Fortunes" Utilizing a Forgotten Assemblage to Help Reconstruct Betty Washington and Fielding Lewis’s Dining Room (and So Much More) (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mara Kaktins.

Decades worth of artifacts excavated from Kenmore, the house of Betty Washington Lewis (George’s sister) and her husband Fielding Lewis, have recently been reanalyzed by George Washington Foundation archaeologists with the intent of shedding light upon what equipage would have graced the Lewis’s dining room table.  Re-examination of this collection proved both informative and surprising, yielding clues as to what life was like for this family during and immediately following the Revolution, as...


Report of Kaiparowits Project Proposed Transmission Lines (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mayo W. Call.

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