18CH222 (Site Name Keyword)

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An Archeological Overview and Management Plan for the Harry Diamond Laboratories - Blossom Point Test Site (1985)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William Gardner. James L. Nolan. Edward Otter. Joel I. Klein.

This archeological overview and management plan provides a tool which can be used by DARCOM and decision makers at the Harry Diamond Laboratories - Blossom Point Test Site to assist in complying with regulations and procedures relating to historic preservation (Technical Manual 5-801-1, Technical Note No. 78-17, Resource Management; 32 CFR 650.181-850.193; Army Regulation 420-40; Army Regulation 200-1; Army Regulation 200-2; 36 CFR 800). This document summarizes data relating to the area's...

Cultural Resource Survey of Harry Diamond Laboratories Field Test Facility, Blossom Point, Maryland (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Steve Wilke. Rinita Dalan. Lorena Walsh. Robert Stuckenrath.

In order to comply with the National Historic Preservation Act (Public Law 89-665), the National Environmental Policy Act (Public Law 91-190), and Executive Order 11593 (Protection and Enhancement of the Cultural Environment), the Atlanta Office of the Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service contracted with Geo-Recon International (GRI) to provide a literature search and cultural resource survey of the Harry Diamond Laboratories Field Test Facility located at Blossom Point in Charles...

Harry Diamond Laboratories Cultural Resource Management Plan including Adelphi Laboratory Center, Blossom Point Field Test Facility, and Woodbridge Research Facility (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text KFS Historic Preservation Group.

Harry Diamond Laboratories (HDL) is the largest laboratory in the US Army Laboratory Command (LABCOM), which is a major subordinate command of the US Army Materiel Command (AMC). HDL serves as the lead facility for the study of fluidics, nuclear-effects technology research, and the development of electronic fuzing for projectiles and missiles. The Adelphi Laboratory Center, comprising 136.68 acres, is located in Adelphi, Maryland, a northeast suburb of Washington, DC. Adelphi serves as the...

Letter from the U.S Army Research Laboratory to the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, Phase II Archaeological Studies (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kevin M. Mason.

Letter to the Division of Historical and Cultural Programs, Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development enclosing a copy of the final report of the Phase II Archaeological Studies on sites of the Blossom Point Field Test Facility. Report not included.

Map, Blossom Point Phase I Survey, BPI_0553 (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ronald A. Thomas.

Maps of the Blossom Point Phase I Survey, which include soil maps, test area maps, and project area locations.

Map, Blossom Point Research Facility Identified Cultural Resources, BPI_0140 (1983)
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Map of the Blossom Point prehistoric archaeological sites at the Blossom Point Research Facility.

Maryland Inventory of Historic Properties, Archeological Site Survey, Basic Data Report, Site 18CH222, BPI_0081 (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Paula Bienenfeld.

This is a Maryland Inventory of Historic Properties Archeological Site Survey, Basic Data Report for the site T10, 18CH222. This site is located on the west side of Cedar Point Neck, c. 150m west of Blossom Point Road, about 1 mile north of the tip of Blossom Point. It lies on the east side of an old abandoned roadbed. Based on previously conducted research, site 18CH222 is the remains of a late 19th- to early 20th-century tenant house. Surface features present at the site include a series of...

Oversized Site Maps, US Army Adelphi Laboratory Center (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text US Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

Cultural resource maps of the US Army Adelphi Laboratory Center.

Phase II Archaeological Studies: Sites 18CH155, 18CH156, 18CH161, 18CH162, 18CH218, 18CH222, and 18CH227 Blossom Point Field Test Facility, Charles County, Maryland (2001)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Hope Leininger. Paula Bienenfeld Ph.D..

Phase II archaeological studies were undertaken at seven sites within the Army Research Laboratory, Blossom Point Field Test Facility, in Charles County, Maryland. Work was conducted to partially satisfy requirements of the National Historic Preservation Act (Section 110) and the Maryland Historical Trust Act. Work included archival research for all the sites and excavations at five of the sites (all except for 18CH218 and 18CH222). Sites determined eligible for the National Register are...