Historic Cemeteries (Other Keyword)

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Addendum To Cultural Resources Report # BLM 6-27(P): the Proposed Installation of Approximately Nine (9) Miles of 60 K.V. of Electric Service Line To Serve a Mining Operation of the Silver King Mining Co. Located in Tybo, Nevada (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Roberta L. McGonagle.

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Appendix B (Nonpublic) of the Draft Environmental Impact State (Deis) for Alternative Location of a Landing Craft Air Cushion (Lcac) Operational Base On the East Coast of the United States (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Martin F. Dickinson. Lucy B. Wayne.

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The application of strontium isotope analysis to historic cemetery contexts: a case study for the creation of robust individual identifications (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Shannon K. Freire. Alexis M. Jordan.

Following the 1991-1992 excavation of the Milwaukee County Institutional Grounds Cemetery (1878-1925), up to 190 individuals were preliminarily identified using historical documentation, material culture, and geospatial analysis. Subsequent bioarchaeological analyses have provided an additional line of evidence for the identification of these individuals. The cemetery population of Western European immigrants and local/nonlocal native born Americans is composed of paupers, the institutionalized,...


Archaeological and Biological Survey of the Site of a Proposed Wastewater Treatment Plant Northwest of Edenton, Chowan County, North Carolina (1984)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas H. Hargrove. Steven Leonard.

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Archaeological Investigations of Ebenezer Log Church and Vicinity (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William Hampton Adams. Robin L. Johnson. David Ferguson Barton.

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Archaeological Properties Location Study for a Section of the Rhode Island 102 / Victory Highway Reconstruction Project from Scituate To West Greenwich (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joan M. Gero. Elena Filios. Eugene Ham.

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Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of the Proposed Rowan County Landfill, Woodleaf Vicinity, Rowan County, North Carolina (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas H. Hargrove.

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Archaeological Sites On and Near National Forest Land in North Carolina (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jack H. Wilson, Jr..

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Archaeological Survey and Testing of a Segment of the Oxford Outer Loop, Granville County, R-2257 (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Loretta Lautzenheiser.

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Archaeology Survey of Goose Creek State Park, Beaufort County, North Carolina (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Irwin Rovner.

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Archeological and Historical Survey of the Dam Site and Archeological Sampling of the Impoundment Area of the Proposed Buckhorn Lake, Johnston, Nash and Wilson Counties, North Carolina (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Gilbert / Commonwealth, Inc..

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Archeological Assessment Survey and Phase I and II Historical and Architectural Cultural Resource Survey: Reconstruction of Route 116 / 146 Interchange and Improvements To Routes 116 and 146, Lincoln, RI (1980)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission.

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Archeological Inventory Buster Gene Native Allotment, Parcels a and B Near Gakona, Alaska, 1983 Field Season (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Terry K. Alldritt.

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An Archeological Reconnaissance of the Proposed KY 92 Upgrade From Pine Knot to Williamsburg in McCreary and Whitley Counties, Kentucky (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael D. Richmond. R. Berle Clay.

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Archeological Survey of Community Park West in Washington, D. C (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Louana M. Lackey.

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Archeological Survey of Two Proposed Reservoir Areas, Rocky River Basin, North Carolina (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lawrence E. Abbott, Jr.. Erica E. Sanborn. R. Jackson III Marshall. J. Ned Woodall. Michele N. Vacca. Elizabeth Dull.

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Bioanthropological Investigations of Historic Cemeteries: What Can We Learn From Biological, Cultural, and Mortuary Remains (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Alexandra Bybee.

Fueled primarily by urban development, the recent past has seen an increasing demand for the relocation of historic and modern cemeteries. These cemeteries hold clues to the past lives of America's earliest populations, the free and enslaved, the wealthy and poor, and the healthy and diseased. Bioanthropological investigations of historic cemeteries have the potential to provide a variety of information on the biological, cultural, and mortuary aspects of these populations. On a personal level,...


A Coal Mine Survey Along Brushy Fork in Floyd and Magoffin Counties, Kentucky (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Matthew D. Reynolds.

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Cufflinks, Quarters, and Consumption: An Examination of Adolescent Burials at Dubuque’s Third Street Cemetery (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jennifer E. Mack.

From 1833 to 1880, members of St. Raphael’s Cathedral, a largely Irish parish in Dubuque, Iowa, interred their dead in the Third Street Cemetery. After the Catholic burial ground fell out of use, the graves were forgotten. The cemetery was inadvertently disturbed by construction in the 1940s, 1970s, and 1990s, and most of the remaining graves were excavated by the Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist between 2007 and 2011. During this fieldwork, unique features were noted in several adolescent...


Cultural Resource Inventory, Southeastern Michigan: Phase I: Michigan History Division Grant S81-160: Completion Report (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Arnold R. Pilling.

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Cultural Resource Management Survey: 1982 Highway Program, Schuyler County, Pin 6057.11 (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Victor T. Mastone.

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Cultural Resource Survey General Electric Montgomery Operation, Burkville, Alabama (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only University of Alabama.

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Cultural Resource Survey of the Marcy South 345 Kv Transmission Line: Stages I B & II (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Karen S. Hartgen. Jay W. Bouchard.

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Distributed Remains, Distributed Minds: The Materiality of Autopsy and Dissection (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Catherine Jones.

Excavations at the Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery produced a large subset of burials showing evidence of autopsy and dissection. In addition to the osteological evidence of autopsy and dissection, these burials also contained broken equipment and medical refuse which reflect the medical, pedagogical, and medicolegal procedures in use at the turn of the last century. An incorporated study of these materials is necessary to examine the connection between the practical engagement with...


Engaging the Living in Honor of the Dead: the Cemetery Resource Protection Training (CRPT) Program across Florida (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sarah Miller.

The flagship program to come out of FPAN’s Northeast Regional Center, hosted by Flagler College in St. Augustine, is the Cemetery Resource Protection Training (CRPT) workshop. CRPT developed in an effort to curb the mass deterioration of historic cemeteries across the state, particularly in Jacksonville, Palatka, and Fernandina Beach where municipal governments are responsible for their preservation and maintenance. Outcomes of CRPT were the subject of a recent AAP article (Miller 2015:275-290)...