White Site (Site Name Keyword)

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Cultural Resource Management Report, 1998 Highway Program, Data Recovery, The White Site, Subi-1475 (NYSM #10917), PIN 9041.13.121 (94PR1391), New York State Route 17c, Town of Union, Broome County, New York (1999)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sean Rafferty.

The White Site for most of its occupation was occupied by a sequence of railroad laborer families, largely of Irish descent. Irish-American labor was integral in the construction and operation of the American railway system during the mid to late 19th century. The expansion of alternative transportation networks and the expansion of suburban residential areas led to the replacement of small, laborer households during the late 19th and early 20th century. Mid to late 19th century laborer...

Cultural Resource Management Survey, 1994 Highway Program, Paragraph 4 Site Examination, Whittemore Site, SUBi-1502, Heath Site, SUBi-1500 and White Site, SUBi-1475, PIN 9041.13.121, BIN 1-01426-0, Route 17C over Nanticoke Creek and BIN 1-01427-0, Route 17C Over Conrail, Town of Union, Broome County, New York (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christopher T. Hays. James Levandowski. Catherine Anderson.

Over the course of paragraph 3 background research and fieldwork in 1993, one prehistoric, and three historic sites were discovered. The principal goal of Paragraph 4 site examination for this project is to gather sufficient information on the 3 historic archaeological sites to allow the federal agencies to make determinations of eligibility for the National Register of Historic Places. For each site, such information minimally includes horizontal and vertical boundaries in relation to the...

Data Recovery Plan, The White Site, SUBi 1475, PIN 9041.13.121, Route 17c Over Nanticoke Creek, Town of Union, Broome County, New York (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sean M. Rafferty.

This data recovery plan outlines historical data relevant to the White site, its potential importance in understanding immigrant Irish lifeways and suggestions for the recovery of data from the site. Based on the available documentary evidence, it appears that the White Site was inhabited for most of the mid to late 19th century by Irish immigrant laborers who were associated with the nearby New York and Erie railroad. The majority of Irish immigrants came from a landed, farming class until...

PIN 9041.13.121
PROJECT New York State Department of Transportation.

This project contains reports generated as part of archaeological investigations for PIN 9041.12.121 In April of 1994, the Public Archaeology Facility (PAF) through the Research Foundation of the State University of New York at Binghamton contracted with the State Education Department of New York to perform Paragraph 3 and 4 cultural resource surveys for the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) highway projects located in Regions 3, 4, 5, 6 and 9. The Paragraph 4 site...