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Archaeological Investigations at the Windsor Plantation (Site 44CE0110) Fort A.P. Hill, Caroline County, Virginia (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Stuart Fiedel. Katherine Kosalko. Stephanie Jacobe.

As part of a Cooperative Agreement with the United States Army Environmental Command, The Louis Berger Group, Inc. was tasked to complete the archaeological excavations at Site 44CE0110. The site is the probable core of Woodford Plantation (Windsor Plantation) with occupation from the 1700s to the mid-1900s. The location of a non-extant house is defined by a cellar depression. The brickwork suggests a construction date of the 1800s. Brick fragments and artifacts indicative of the occupation...


Archaeological Investigations, Windsor Plantation (Site 44CE0110), Fort A.P. Hill (AP2012.002)
PROJECT U.S. Army Environmental Command. US Army Garrison, Fort A. P. Hill. Eric Voigt. Stuart Fiedel.

As part of a Cooperative Agreement with the United States Army Environmental Command, The Louis Berger Group, Inc. was tasked to complete the archaeological excavations at Site 44CE0110. The site is the probable core of Woodford Plantation (Windsor Plantation) with occupation from the 1700s to the mid-1900s. The location of a non-extant house is defined by a cellar depression. The brickwork suggests a construction date of the 1800s. Brick fragments and artifacts indicative of the occupation...


Archaeological Investigations: Arizona Nuclear Power Project, BLM and Private Land, Maricopa County, Arizona: Final Report for Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station Waste Water Conveyance System (1977)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Pat H. Stein.

This report attempts to document, assess, and develop a plan for conserving archaeological resources along the waste water conveyance system for the Arizona Nuclear Power Project. The paper describes 13 sites which were discovered during an intensive survey of the proposed facility, evaluates these sites in relation to the archaeological resource base of the Lower Gila River Valley, and recommends procedures for mitigating the adverse effects of construction on these cultural remains. The survey...


Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey, The Robinson Property (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jennifer L. Bonner. Elizabeth Kiniry.

Hassanamesit, meaning place of small stones and located in present day Grafton, was the third of fourteen Praying Indian towns established by the Reverend John Eliot in the 17th Century to convert Native Americans to Christianity. Established in 1645, by 1671 Hassanamesit contained sixty residents and was the second village, after Natick, to achieve full church status and build a meetinghouse. Based on research by UMass Center for Cultural and Environmental History (CCEH), the 200+ acre Robinson...


An Archeological Inventory and Assessment of 14 Archeological Sites in the Everett Area, Boston Township, Summit County, Ohio (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jeffrey J. Richner. Ann C. Bauermeister.

This report documents the planning process for identifying and protecting archeological resources within Everett in Cuyahoga Valley National Park with regard to a proposed sewer system to be developed to serve numerous historic structures in the crossroads community. It also describes the components, content, and context of 14 archeological sites that occur on the properties to be served by the new sewer system. The sewer system would be a unified, single system connected to the City of Akron...


Collections Inventory of the Roland Robbins Archaeological Collection from the Hancock-Clarke House, Lexington, Massachusetts (2009)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Christa Beranek. Katie L. Kosack.

The Hancock-Clarke House in Lexington, Massachusetts, was home to the town’s 18th-century ministers and their families. In order to preserve the house, the Lexington Historical Society purchased it and moved it across the street in 1896. In the 1960s, they acquired the house’s original site and arranged for excavations by Roland Robbins prior to moving the house back to its traditional location. Robbins relocated the foundation of the house and also discovered four previously unknown cellar...


Excavation and Survey Photographs, Site 44CE0551, Fort A. P. Hill (2008)
IMAGE Richard B. Davis. John Mullin.

Excavation photographs from Phase II Excavations at Site 44CE0551, Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia.


Excavation Photographs (Color), Windsor Plantation, Fort A. P. Hill (1 of 3) (2009)
IMAGE The Louis Berger Group, Inc..

Excavation photographs from the archaeological investigations conducted at Windsor Plantation (Site 44CE0110), Fort A.P. Hill. This resources contains the first part of the color photographs.


Lab Records, Windsor Plantation (Site 44CE0110), Fort A.P. Hill (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text The Louis Berger Group, Inc..

This document includes the provenience data as well as lab record from the archaeological investigations conducted at Windsor Plantation (Site 44CE0110), Fort A.P. Hill.


Phase II Archaeological Evaluations, Sites 44CE0551 and 44CE0555, Fort A.P. Hill (AP2012.001)
PROJECT John Mullin.

The Fort A.P. Hill Cultural Resource Manager, under the Environmental Division of the Directorate of Public Works within Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, has completed Phase II archaeological evaluation investigations at Sites 44CE0551 and 44CE0555, Fort A.P. Hill, Caroline County, Virginia. Sites 44CE0551 and 44CE0555 were originally identified during a Phase Ia, reconnaissance-level, survey conducted in association with proposed forestry activities. The current Phase II fieldwork was conducted in...


Photo Log, Windsor Plantation (Site 44CE0110), Fort A.P. Hill (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text The Louis Berger Group, Inc..

Photo Log for the archaeological investigations conducted at Windsor Plantation (Site 44CE0110), Fort A.P. Hill.


The Roland Robbins Archaeological Collection from the Hancock-Clarke House
PROJECT Uploaded by: Christa Beranek

Between 2008 and 2009, the Andrew Fiske Memorial Center for Archaeological Research at the University of Massachusetts Boston cataloged an extensive assemblage of artifacts recovered by Roland Robbins during excavations undertaken at the Hancock-Clarke House in Lexington, Massachusetts during the 1960's. The collection includes nearly 12,000 artifacts from six cellar holes associated with the original house site spanning the seventeenth through nineteenth centuries. The two associated...


Semi-Annual Technical Report, July 2009, Fort A.P. Hill (AP 2012.001)
PROJECT Uploaded by: system user

The Fort A.P. Hill Cultural Resource Manager, under the Environmental Division of the Directorate of Public Works within Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, completed Phase I archaeological survey in association with proposed forestry activities in seven forestry blocks located in Training Areas 7, 11, 15, 16, 18, and 23, Fort A.P. Hill, Caroline County, Virginia. The proposed forestry activities consist of seven prescribed burns (Burns 07-C-FY08, 11-A-FY08, 15-A-FY08, 16-A-FY08, 18-A FY08, 18-A-FY09, and...


Survey Photographs, Site 44CE0061, Fort A.P. Hill (2009)
IMAGE John Mullin.

Survey photographs of Site 44CE0061, from the July 2009, Semi-Annual Technical Report, Seven Archaeological Surveys at Forestry Activity Areas, Fort A.P. Hill, Caroline County, Virginia.


Survey Photographs, Site 44CE0617, Fort A.P. Hill (2008)
IMAGE Richard Davis.

Survey photographs of Site 44CE0617, from the July 2009, Semi-Annual Technical Report, Seven Archaeological Surveys at Forestry Activity Areas, Fort A.P. Hill, Caroline County, Virginia.