Fort (Site Type Keyword)
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12T352 2016 mag (north to right).tif (2017)
12T9 - 2009 mag (north to right).tif (2017)
12T9 - 2016 res - N1000, E800 block (north to right).tif (2017)
12T9 2012 mag (west side) (north to right).tif (2017)
12T9 2012 mag - east side (north to right).tif (2017)
12T9 2013 mag (north to right).tif (2017)
12T9 2016 mag (north to right).tif (2017)
12T9 2016 res - East res block (N940, E920) (north to right).tif (2017)
12T9 2016 res - N of Fort N1020 E740 (north to right).tif (2017)
2009-2017 geophysical survey of the Fort Ouiatenon vicinity, Tippecanoe County, Indiana
From 2009 through 2017, Michael Strezewski (University of Southern Indiana) and Robert G. McCullough (Illinois State Archaeological Survey), conducted magnetometry and resistivity survey over a large area of the Ouiatenon Preserve, located in Tippecanoe County, Indiana. The Ouiatenon Preserve contains the archaeological remains of Fort Ouiatenon, which was erected by the French in 1717. Also contained within the preserve are the remains of numerous Native American villages that were once located...
An Analysis of American and British Ordnance from the 1781 Siege of Star Fort at Ninety Six, South Carolina (2020)
This is a paper/report submission presented at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. From May 22 to June 18, 1781, the American Continental Army under the command of General Nathanael Greene laid siege to a Loyalist detachment occupying the fortified village of Ninety Six in the backcountry of South Carolina. The Loyalist defenses included an eight-pointed, star-shaped earthwork fort that was the focus of the American siege, including a desperate and unsuccessful...
Archaeological Survey at George W. Andrews Lake and Chattahoochee River: Henry and Houston Counties, Alabama; Early, Clay and Seminole Counties, Georgia (1982)
This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at...
Archeological Reconnaissance of Historic Sites in the Fort Randall Reservoir Area: a Preliminary Report (1950)
From July 19 to November 3 in 1930 a survey and excavation program was carried on to locate and if possible determine the physical appearance of historic sites which will shortly be flooded in the Fort Randall Reservoir area. An important feature of the program was to photograph the ruins and gather representative artifacts from each, to be placed in museums to help portray the site’s history. The work was carried on for the National Park Service by the Smithsonian Institution as part of the...
Architectural Assessment: Fort Verde State Historic Park (1992)
Fort Verde State Historic Park provides a vivid glimpse into post Civil War garrison life on the frontier. Though only four of the Fort buildings remain, staff have achieved a forceful interpretation of the history of the Fort, and, more importantly, a clear and present sense of the soldiers who served a portion of their lives there. The Park is unusual amongst historic site museums in the degree to which aggressive research and documentation is woven through exhibits. The results of this...
Comp T25-T421 (north to right).tif (2017)
Excavation Photos from Fort Louis at the Old Mobile site (1MB94), Mobile County, Alabama. (2007)
Excavation photos from Fort Louis at the Old Mobile site (1MB94).
Excavation Photos from Structure 02 at the Old Mobile site (1MB94), Mobile County, Alabama. (1990)
A selection of photos from the excavations at Structure 02 at the Old Mobile site (1MB94).
Field Specimen Catalog for Fort Louis, Old Mobile (1MB94), Mobile County, Alabama. (2010)
Field Specimen Catalog for Fort Louis, Old Mobile Site (1MB94).
Field Specimen Catalog for Structure 02, Old Mobile (1MB94), Mobile County, Alabama. (1990)
Field Specimen Catalog for Structure 2, Old Mobile (1MB94).
Fur Trade Archaeology at the Ouiatenon Preserve: The 2016/2017 Geophysical Investigations (2017)
The contents of this report describe the results of geophysical survey on the recently-established Ouiatenon Preserve, located southwest of Lafayette, Indiana, in Tippecanoe County. This project was co-directed by Dr. Michael Strezewski (University of Southern Indiana) and Dr. Robert G. McCullough (Illinois State Archaeological Survey), with financial support from the National Park Service Historic Preservation Fund, administered through the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of...
Fur Trade Archeology in the Fort Ouiatenon Vicinity: The 2012/2013 Investigations (2014)
This report details the results of magnetometry investigations at two fur trade-era sites in Tippecanoe County, Indiana. The first (12-T-9) contains the remains of Fort Ouiatenon, which was founded by the French in 1717 and served as a regional trade hub through most of the eighteenth century. The second site (12-T-335) represents the remains of a Native American village site located adjacent to Fort Ouiatenon. Test excavations were conducted at 12-T-9, resulting in the identification of a...
Glass Beads from Old Mobile Structure 02 (1MB94), Mobile County, Alabama. (1990)
Glass beads recovered from Structure 02 at the Old Mobile Site (1MB94).
Historic Cultural Resources in Relation to the Central Arizona Water Control Study (1983)
Flooding along the Salt, Gila, Verde, and Agua Fria Rivers in February and March of 1978 resulted in extensive damage to property in Central Arizona and in the disruption of ground transportation and commerce in the greater Phoenix area. Major flooding also occurred along these rivers in December, 1978 and February, 1980. The recognition of this flooding problem, and of requirements for the regulatory storage of Central Arizona Project (CAP) water, prompted the U.S. Department of the Interior,...
Mount Pleasant. An Eighteenth-Century Yuchi Indian Town, British Trader Outpost, and Military Garrison in Georgia. (1990)
This is a report for non-professional audience on the survey and discovery of the Mount Pleasant site in Effingham County, Georgia. This site was settled by Yuchis around 1720-1750. It also was home to English deerskin traders. These traders were formed into a Georgia Ranger troop in 1739. The Mount Pleasant ranger fort lasted until about 1760.