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An Archaeological and Historical Survey of Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia: Final Report and Appendices (1985)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Antony F. Opperman. Luther D. A. Hanson.

An archaeological inventory was conducted by MAAR Associates. Inc. at Fort Lee, Prince George County. Virginia. This study resulted in the identification of 99 prehistoric and historic sites. A total of 3609 acres was examined constituting a 66.7 percent sample of the facility including all area undisturbed by recent military activity. Initial projections of the resource base were largely confirmed, and the use of an environmentally-based sampling strategy was found to be justified. This...


An Archaeological and Historical Survey, Fort Lee (FL1985.001)
PROJECT Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District. Ronald A. Thomas.

An archaeological inventory was conducted by MAAR Associates. Inc. at Fort Lee, Prince George County. Virginia. This study resulted in the identification of 99 prehistoric and historic sites. A total of 3609 acres was examined constituting a 66.7 percent sample of the facility including all area undisturbed by recent military activity. Initial projections of the resource base were largely confirmed, and the use of an environmentally-based sampling strategy was found to be justified. This...


Archaeological Evaluations of Significance, Fort Lee (FL1987.001)
PROJECT Ronald A. Thomas.

A total of 17 archeological evaluations of significance were completed as part of an ongoing program of cultural resource management at Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia. The evaluations were conducted in compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act and its implementing regulations In situations where planned development projects would adversely affect identified archeological resources. Of the 17 properties evaluated during this study, six were classified as significant and for...


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project, Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line 500kV and 230kV Corridor Segment from Silverking Substation West to Tonto National Forest Boundary, Federal (Tonto National Forest) and Private Lands, Pinal County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Clearance Survey of 14.8 mi of Extra High Voltage Transmission Line Corridor, 2.0 mi of Substation Access Road, and 0.9 mi of 115kV Transmission Line Alignment, Silverking Substation Area, Tonto National Forest (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald Keller.

15 mi of Extra High Voltage transmission line corridor, 2 mi of access road, and 0.9 mi of 115kV transmission line from the Silverking Substation were surveyed for archaeological resources by the Museum of Northern Arizona in April, 1978. Twelve prehistoric and historic Anglo-American affiliation archaeological sites were identified along the EHV corridor between the Silverking Substation and the Tonto National Forest boundary. An isolated recent feature, not given a site designation, was found...


Archeological Evaluations of Significance at Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Antony F. Opperman. Harding Polk II.

A total of 17 archeological evaluations of significance were completed as part of an ongoing program of cultural resource management at Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia. The evaluations were conducted in compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act and its implementing regulations In situations where planned development projects would adversely affect identified archeological resources. Of the 17 properties evaluated during this study, six were classified as significant and for...


Archival and Geophysical Investigations to Locate a Civil War Cemetery and Railroad Station, Fort Lee (FL2010.012)
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In September, 2008, the Cultural Resources Management Program (CRMP) at Fort Lee, Virginia requested assistance from the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) in identifying a Civil War cemetery believed to have been located on what is now Fort Lee. One of the few clues about the cemetery’s location was that it was near Meade (or Meade’s) Station, a United States Military Rail Road (USMRR) station constructed during the Civil...


Archival and Geophysical Investigations to Locate a Civil War Cemetery and Railroad Station, Fort Lee, Virginia (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Carey, L. Baxter. Michael L. Hargrave. Carl G. Carlson-Drexler.

In September, 2008, the Cultural Resources Management Program (CRMP) at Fort Lee, Virginia requested assistance from the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) in identifying a Civil War cemetery believed to have been located on what is now Fort Lee. One of the few clues about the cemetery’s location was that it was near Meade (or Meade’s) Station, a United States Military Rail Road (USMRR) station constructed during the Civil...


Artifact Catalog, Archaeological and Historical Survey, Fort Lee (2011)
DATASET Fort Lee Regional Archaeological Curation Facility. Donald K. Creveling. H Polk II. Kim Jones Lukezic. Antony F. Opperman. L. W. McKee. C. Thomas.

Aritfact catalog for the archaeological inventory that was conducted by MAAR Associates. Inc. at Fort Lee, Prince George County. Virginia. This study resulted in the identification of 99 prehistoric and historic sites. A total of 3609 acres was examined constituting a 66.7 percent sample of the facility including all area undisturbed by recent military activity. Initial projections of the resource base were largely confirmed, and the use of an environmentally-based sampling strategy was found to...


Artifact Catalog, Archaeological Evaluations of Significance, Fort Lee (2011)
DATASET MAAR Associates, Inc.. Antony F. Opperman. Donald K. Creveling.

Catalog of artifacts from Archaeological Evaluations of Significance at Fort Lee. A total of 17 archeological evaluations of significance were completed as part of an ongoing program of cultural resource management at Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia. The evaluations were conducted in compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act and its implementing regulations In situations where planned development projects would adversely affect identified archeological resources. Of the...


Final Report Section 110-Eligibility Assessment (Pre-1967 Resources) (2013)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tetra Tech.

Tetra Tech, Inc. (Tetra Tech), under contract to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JB MDL), conducted an architectural resource survey (eligibility assessment) of 167 facilities on the JB MDL. JB MDL is located in Ocean and Burlington Counties, in central New Jersey. This report describes a historic architectural resource investigation of those previously unrecorded, pre-1967 buildings at JB MDL identified by base personnel for survey. This study was conducted as part of JB MDL's compliance...


Fourth Cliff Recreation Area - History Pamphlet (2017)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Hanscom Air Force Base.

Pamphlet discussing a brief history of the Fourth Cliff Recreation Area including its popularity as a vacation spot in the 1800's to its conversion to an Air Force Field Station in 1948.


Historic Properties Survey of Fort Lee, Virginia (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mary Cecilia Godburn.

A survey of the historical properties of Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia.


Historic Properties Survey, Fort Lee (FL1989.003)
PROJECT Uploaded by: system user

This project contains a survey of the historical properties of Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia. The survey was published in 1989.


The History of Fort Dix, New Jersey (1917-1967) (1967)
DOCUMENT Full-Text United States Army Training Center Infantry.

This report documents the history of Fort Dix from its inception during World War I to the time of its writing in the 1960s. The appendices includes list of commanders throughout the years and the rooster dated December 31, 1966.


Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan, Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, New Jersey (2013)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

The Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plan (ICRMP) provides an internal compliance and management tool that enables the conservation of historic properties and cultural resources (CR) in concert with the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JB MDL) mission. The ICRMP integrates the legal requirements for CR preservation with ongoing mission activities and ensures that mission essential activities are fully supported by the management policies and procedures outlined within. The ICRMP is based...


Phase II Archaeological Investigations of the World War I Defensive Earthworks at the Fort Lee Military Reservation and Petersburg National Battlefield, Prince George County, Virginia (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Robert Clarke. Leo Hirrel. Debra McClane.

Gray & Pape, Inc. undertook Phase II archaeological investigations to identify extant World War I earthworks at Fort Lee, Virginia and on adjacent properties at the Petersburg National Battlefield. The work was conducted on behalf of REMSA. Inc. of Hampton, Virginia as part of an indefinite delivery contract to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk Area Office. These investigations were composed of historical background research and archaeological survey. Various military documents were...


Phase II Archaeological Investigations of the World War I Defensive Earthworks, Fort Lee (FL1997.001)
PROJECT Len Winter. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk Area Office.

Gray & Pape, Inc. undertook Phase II archaeological investigations to identify extant World War I earthworks at Fort Lee, Virginia and on adjacent properties at the Petersburg National Battlefield. The work was conducted on behalf of REMSA. Inc. of Hampton, Virginia as part of an indefinite delivery contract to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk Area Office. This project contains one resource - the official report by Gray & Pape, Inc; assessing the archaeological investigations of the...


Phase II Archaeological Survey of a Defensive Earthwork, Fort Lee (FL1988.002)
PROJECT Ronald A. Thomas.

During 1987, MAAR Associates, Inc. (MAI) conducted a cultural resource evaluation survey for site 44PG299 at Fort Lee in Prince George County, Virginia. The evaluation survey consisted of both a physical examination of the site and an historic documents research. It was conducted in compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (NHPA) and implementing regulations requiring federal agencies to inventory and evaluate all cultural resources located on property owned by the federal...


Phase II Archaeological Survey of a Defensive Earthwork, Site 44PG299, Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Harding Polk.

During 1987, MAAR Associates, Inc. (MAI) conducted a cultural resource evaluation survey for site 44PG299 at Fort Lee in Prince George County, Virginia. The evaluation survey consisted of both a physical examination of the site and an historic documents research. It was conducted in compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (NHPA) and implementing regulations requiring federal agencies to inventory and evaluate all cultural resources located on property owned by the federal...


Phase II Cultural Resources Investigations at 24 Arcbaeological Sites at Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia (1999)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Robert Clarke. Edna Johnston. Sue Kozarek. Len Winter.

Phase II cultural resources investigations were conducted at 24 archaeological sites (44PGI72, 44PGl84, 44PG185, 44PGI89, 44PGI90, 44PG200, 44PG207, 44PG23I, 44PG240, I 44PG241, 44PG245, 44PG247, 44PG250, 44PG25I, 44PG252, 44PG253, 44PG254, 44PG257, 44PG258, 44PG266, 44PG267, 44PG272, 44PG277, and 44PG279) on the property of Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia Following standard archaeological survey guidelines, these sites were evaluated with regard to their potential eligibility to the...


Phase II Cultural Resources Investigations at 24 Archaeological Sites, Fort Lee (FL1999.001)
PROJECT Len Winter. W. Kevin Pape.

Phase II cultural resources investigations were conducted at 24 archaeological sites on the property of Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia. Following standard archaeological survey guidelines, these sites were evaluated with regard to their potential eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places under Criteria A, B, C, and D. As a result of these investigations, a total of 50.5 acres was surveyed at Fort Lee. This project contains the final report of the investigations...


Rediscovering USS San Diego: 100 Years from the U-boat Attack (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alexis Catsambis. Art Trembanis.

In the fall of 2017, the Naval History and Heritage Command, the University Delaware, Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock and partners conducted a cursory site assessment of the wreck of USS San Diego. Armored cruiser San Diego, launched in 1899, was the only major warship lost by the U.S. Navy during the Great War. Sunk by German U-boat in July 1918, the war grave came to rest just a few miles south of Long Island, where her story has continued to fascinate the public since that time. With...


Remembering the Forgotten: Archaeology at the Morrissey WW1 Internment Camp (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sarah E. Beaulieu.

Many Canadians are aware of the Japanese Internment Camps from WWII; however, very few are aware of the concentration camps that Canada built during WWI. Between 1914-1920, Canada arrested and interned 8549 Austro-Hungarians, Germans and Turks and interned them across Canada. Morrissey Internment Camp is situated in the abandoned coal-mining town of Morrissey, British Columbia and housed a population of 3-400 prisoners between 1915-1918. In 1954, the Canadian government destroyed most of the...


Submerged Cultural Resources Assessment (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Toni Carrell.

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 comments@tdar.org.


Texas’ White Elephant Fleet (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sara G. Laurence. Amy Borgens. Robert L. Gearhart.

As part of its effort in World War I, the United States and its Emergency Fleet Corporation (EFC) began an aggressive shipbuilding campaign to counter the merchant shipping losses from Germany’s submarine warfare. Over 100 wooden ships were contracted in the Gulf District (the Gulf Coast west of New Orleans). Construction of these vessels was far slower than anticipated, and when the war suddenly ended, the country was left with a surplus of both complete and incomplete wooden ships. The EFC...