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Archeological Overview and Assessment for Wilson's Creek National Battlefield Greene and Christian Counties, Missouri (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Douglas D. Scott.

This archeological overview and assessment for Wilson's Creek national Battlefield describes the multiple episodes of archeological investigation that have occurred in the park since the 1960s. The report discusses the 50 recorded archeological sites in the park and their relation to the over 8,000 years of documented human use and occupation of the park lands. The assessment discusses what is known about the park's archeological resources, but makes particular note that the main archeological...


Archeological Reconnaissance of Bear Paw Battlefield, Blaine County, Montana (2001)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Douglas D. Scott.

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Artifact Database, Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976 (2012)
DATASET Veterans Curation Program.

This is the artifact database for the 'Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976' collection, stored at the Applied Archaeology Laboratories, Ball State University, Indiana.


Artifact Report, Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976 (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Joshua Weigler. Crystal Soto.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Louisville District archaeological collections were sent to the Veterans Curation Program’s (VCP) St. Louis laboratory in May 2011. The VCP St. Louis laboratory is a USACE, St. Louis District’s Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections program, which is staffed through Brockington and Associates, Inc., an archaeological contract firm located in Norcross, Georgia. The procedures employed by the St. Louis VCP...


"The Battle Raged... with Terrible Fury": Battlefield Archeology of Pea Ridge National Military Park (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Carl G. Carlson-Drexler. Douglas D. Scott. Harold Roeker.

Pea Ridge National Military Park is located in northwest Arkansas about 40 miles north-northwest of Fayetteville. The battlefield, located in Benton County, includes the 4,300-acre site of the battle. Pea Ridge National Military Park was created by act of Congress on July 20, 1956. The Civil War battle is the primary interpretative emphasis of the park. However, several prehistoric sites have been documented within the park boundaries as well. Human occupation of northwestern Arkansas began...


Building Material Artifact Photographs, Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976 (2012)
IMAGE Veterans Curation Program.

Photographs of building materials collected during the archaeological reconnaissance of the proposed sites 12G9 and 12G10 along the Mississinewa Reservoir in Grant and Wabash Counties, Indiana.


Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976
PROJECT B. K. Swartz. US Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District. US Army Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections, St. Louis District.

The purpose of the research conducted primarily at sites 12G9 and 12G10 was to document the activities of the Battle of the Mississinewa and the related role of the Miami and Delaware villages along the Mississinewa Reservoir in Grant and Wabash counties. Upon the passing of budget item H.E.B. 1102, the principal investigator, B.K. Swartz Jr., initiated research with a field school from Ball State University in 1975. A second field school in relation to this investigation was conducted in 1976....


Finding Aid, Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976 (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Crystal Soto.

This collection is referred to as "Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976.” This name is consistent throughout the finding aid, the file folders, and the box labels. The extent of this collection is three and a quarter (3.25) linear inches. The collection was removed from its original acidic folders and rehoused in archival quality folders. Overall the collection was in good condition. Mending tape was applied to some documents after all metal staples were removed, as well as to the...


"The Fire Upon us was Terrific:" Battlefield Archeology of Wilson Creek National Battlefield, Missouri (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Douglas D. Scott. Harold Roeker. Carl G. Carlson-Drexler.

The National Park Service (NPS) has had an important role in preserving and protecting the nation’s cultural heritage since its inception. Archeological resources, which are an important part of this cultural heritage, are present in most units of the National Park System, and many units have been created specifically to interpret and preserve archeological resources. Like all federal agencies, the NPS is obligated by the National Historic Preservation Act [section 110 (a)(2)], Executive Order...


Intensive Archaeological Investigations of a Proposed Access Road Corridor and Interpretive Center Location, Resaca Battlefield (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Chris Espenshade.

New South Associates conducted archival research and archaeological survey for a portion of the May 9-15, 1864, Resaca battleground. The area of potential effects (APE) for this project is defined as 44.95 acres that are threatened by direct impacts from the proposed construction of an access road and interpretive center for the proposed Resaca State Park. This archaeological survey was conducted for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Parks, Recreation, and Historic Sites.


Intensive Archaeological Investigations of a Proposed Access Road Corridor and Interpretive Center Location, Resaca Battlefield (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christopher T. Espenshade.

New South Associates conducted archival research and archaeological survey for a portion of the May 9-15, 1864, Resaca battleground. The area of potential effects (APE) for this project is defined as 44.95 acres that are threatened by direct impacts from the proposed construction of an access road and interpretive center for the proposed Resaca State Park. This archaeological survey was conducted for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Parks, Recreation, and Historic Sites.


Oversized Material Spreadsheet, Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976 (2012)
DATASET Veterans Curation Program.

This is the oversized material database for the 'Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976' collection stored at the Applied Archaeology Laboratories, Ball State University, Indiana.


Phase I Survey and Phase II Excavation at Pickett's Mill State Historic Site, Paulding Co. Georgia (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Terry. G Powis.

This report summarizes the Phase I survey and Phase II excavation of portions of the 765 acre Pickett’s Mill State Historic Site. Pickett’s Mill State Historic Site, located along Little Pumpkin Vine Creek in eastern Paulding County, Georgia, was the scene of fierce fighting during the Civil War. On May 27, 1864, a bloody battle was fought at Pickett’s Mill. Although the battle of Pickett’s Mill is considered to have been a minor engagement in the Atlanta Campaign of 1864, it is regarded as...


Phase I Survey and Phase II Testing at Pickett’s Mill State Historic Site, Paulding County, Georgia (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Terry. G Powis.

This report summarizes the Phase I survey and Phase II excavation of portions of the 765 acre Pickett’s Mill State Historic Site. Pickett’s Mill State Historic Site, located along Little Pumpkin Vine Creek in eastern Paulding County, Georgia, was the scene of fierce fighting during the Civil War. On May 27, 1864, a bloody battle was fought at Pickett’s Mill. Although the battle of Pickett’s Mill is considered to have been a minor engagement in the Atlanta Campaign of 1864, it is regarded as one...


A Preliminary Report of Investigation in the Upper Mississinewa Valley Relating to the Battle of Mississinewa, 1812 (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text B. K. Swartz, Jr..

Though concerned agencies and archaeologists throughout the state were previously informed Ball State officials did not learn until the spring of 1975 that an appropriation of $25,000.00, proposed by State Representative Loren E. Winger, Converse, Indiana, for Ball State University to conduct research under the jurisdiction of the Indiana State Department of Natural Resources along the Mississinewa River in Grant and Wabash counties was being considered by the state legislature. The purpose of...


Report on the Recovery of Human Skeletal Material from the Picacho Pass Battle Marker, Arizona (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Walter H. Birkby, Ph.D..

On or about May 19, 1975, the Arizona State Museum was informed by Mr. Alan Gross of the State Parks System that the monument commemorating the Union dead at the Battle of Picacho Pass had been moved from its original location. Further, that while excavations for this removal were being conducted (either by the Parks personnel or the Tucson firm employed for the removal), allegedly human skeletal remains were uncovered beneath the monument. The ASM was requested to investigate and to remove the...


Scanned Asset Key, Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976 (2012)
DATASET Crystal Soto.

This is the scanned asset key for the 'Field School at Sites 12G9 and 12G10 1975-1976' collection stored at the Applied Archaeology Laboratories, Ball State University, Indiana.


Valcour Bay Research Project: 1999-2004 Results from the Archaeological Investigation of a Revolutionary War Battlefield in Lake Champlain, Clinton County, New York (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Arthur B. Cohn. Adam I. Kane. Christopher, R. Sabick. Edwin R. Scollon. Justin B. Clement.

This report presents the results from the 1999 through 2004 field seasons of the Valcour Bay Research Project (VBRP), a Phase I underwater archaeological investigation of the submerged battlefield at Valcour Bay, in Lake Champlain. Valcour Bay is located in Clinton County, New York, between the town of Peru and Valcour Island within Lake Champlain. On October 11, 1776, General Benedict Arnold engaged the British Navy in perhaps the most important naval contest of the American Revolution. After...


What Price Victory: Human Remains Uncovered at Big Hole National Battlefield, 1991 (Restricted) (1992)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Melissa A. Connor.

During the August, 1991, metal detector inventory of Big Hole National Battlefield, a partial human skeleton was uncovered. The remains are those of an unidentified girl in her late teens. The skeleton was on top of a camas oven, which is consistent with historical accounts of the disposal of some of the bodies from the battle. The body showed evidence of extensive post-mortem mutilation. The arms had been cut off and laid below the pelvis, one leg had been detached and was not with the remains,...