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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...


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...


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...


Phase I Archeological Survey of the Proposed Expansion, Wildewood Planned Unit Development, St. Mary's County, Maryland (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only R. Christopher Goodwin. Pamela Crane. Martha R. Williams.

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Regional Settlement Patterns in the Colonization of Historical Landscapes: the New Acadia Project Archaeological Survey (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mark A Rees. Donald Bourgeois.

In 1765 more than 200 Acadian refugees settled on the natural levees along the Bayou Teche in south Louisiana. Two centuries later, the descendants of the Acadians were recognized as having created a homeland known as Acadiana. The Fausse Pointe region where the Acadian families initially settled, however, presented an unfamiliar and difficult environment in an already inhabited landscape. The New Acadia Project has systematically surveyed portions of a ten mile segment of the Teche Ridge in...