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Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Resources
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Project metadata for resources within the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station cultural heritage resources collection.


Chesapeake Bay Heritage Contexts: a Natural and Cultural Resource Framework (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only United States Department of Interior / National Park Service.

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ETHNOBOTANICAL TRACES AND DOMESTIC SPACES: INVESTIGATIONS OF A CONTACT-ERA FARMSTEAD IN THE COLONIAL SOUTHEAST. (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Walter A. Clifford IV.

The Daniel Island site is a small-scale, multi-component settlement located northwest of Charleston, South Carolina. The contact-era occupation at Daniel Island consists of an Ashley phase farmstead with historical references tying the land to the Etiwan Indians. Cultural resource investigations indicated the presence of early Ashley phase (A.D. 1590-1620) and Late Ashley phase (A.D. 1620-1670) occupations ending prior to the founding of nearby Charles Towne in 1670. I investigate the absorption...


Phase I Cultural Resources Assessment Survey of Florida Power and Light Glenn Substation and Transmission Lines Right of Way Corridor, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Brevard County, Florida (2017)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Elizabeth Zieschang. Alvin Banguilan. Wendy Puckett. Gianna Gandossi.

This report presents the results of a Phase I Cultural Resources Assessment Survey in support of a substation and associated transmission lines. The survey relocated two previously recorded structures (8BR2221 and 8BR2344) and one previously recorded linear resource (8BR2363). Additionally, four new archaeological resources were recorded within the APE including two linear resources (historic roads 8BR3555 and 8BR3556), one archaeological isolated find (8BR3557), and one archaeological...


Resistance, Resilience, and Blackfoot Horse Culture from the Reservation Period to the Present (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Brandi Bethke.

Programs of forced settlement and assimilation were responsible for the loss of many aspects of traditional Blackfoot lifeways. At the same time, however, they also strengthened the identity of the Blackfoot people as they resisted absorption into Euroamerican culture. This resistance through adaptation is seen in the Blackfoot people’s continued use of and adoration for horses. While many elements of nomadic Blackfoot culture were abandoned in the late nineteenth century with the near...


Some Very Middle Class Indians? Connections between the Croaton Indians of Hatteras Island and the wider 18th century world. (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Frederick J G Neville-Jones.

The historical narrative of the Pamlico Sound and Outer Banks of North Carolina reflect their geographical situation at the edge of the North American continent, connected to wider stories but always at the periphery. Although enjoying connections to the story of American ethnogenesis and the Lost Colony at Roanoke Island, the development of powered flight and the Wright Brothers at Kill Devil Hills and Blackbeard and the Golden Age of Piracy at Beaufort Inlet, except in the case of projects at...