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An Archaeological and Historical Survey of Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia: Final Report and Appendices (1985)

DOCUMENT 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...


An Archaeological Assessment of a Proposed Wastewater Treatment Facility within the Estill County Water District, Estill County, Kentucky. Revised Report (1987)

Citation DOCUMENT Jonathan P. Kerr.

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.


Archaeological Sites in Riverport: Report on Subsurface Testing in the Riverport Industrial Park, Jefferson County, Kentucky (1981)

Citation DOCUMENT John D. Hale.

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.


Archaeological Survey and Site Testing in Sloughing Easement Areas along the Sac River Downstream from Stockton Dam, Missouri, Stockton Lake Project 1984-1985 (1986)

DOCUMENT Charles R. Moffat. Cynthia Royden Houston.

This report describes the results of a cultural resources survey and test excavations on sloughing easement lands along the Sac River downstream from Stockton Lake, Missouri. An intensive survey of 400 acres of easement lands was carried out, and test excavations at all sites found within the survey area were undertaken to provide data needed to evaluate the eligibility of the sites for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). Three previously recorded prehistoric sites...


Archaeological Testing of the Pine Fork Site (15Fd47), Floyd County, Kentucky (1988)

Citation DOCUMENT Richard Edging. Kevin McGowan. Richard W. Jefferies.

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The Archaeology of Kennewick Man

PROJECT Francis McManamon. Corps of Engineers. Department of the Interior.

This project includes background information, detailed reports of investigations, summaries, and other documents related to the Kennewick Man. Kennewick Man, also called "the Ancient One" by some, is an ancient individual represented by his nearly complete skeletal remains. The remains were discovered in 1996 under the waters of Lake Wallula, a reservoir in the Columbia River, near Kennewick, Washington. Controversy concerning the study and treatment of the remains was not resolved until a...


An Archeological Overview and Assessment of the Ozarks National Scenic Riverways, Missouri (2006)

DOCUMENT Fred A. Finney.

In 1964 Congress authorized Ozark National Scenic Riverways (OZAR) and the park was officially established in 1972. It is one of the initial eight wild and scenic rivers designated by the federal government. OZAR encompasses a linear corridor along ca. 241 km (ca. 150 miles) of the Current and Jack Fork Rivers in the Ozark Highlands of southeast Missouri. The park contains a variety of prehistoric and historic archeological resources. A total of 480 sites are recorded in the files of either...


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...


Avon Park Air Force Range: Phase I Survey of Selected Areas and Phase II Testing at Site 8HG20/8HG27, 8PO1007, and 8PO6084, 2008-2009 (2009)

DOCUMENT Virgil Roy Beasley. Christopher J. Shepard. Alisa Pettitt. Matthew Gill. Brynn Torelli.

During the winter of 2008–2009, Geo-Marine, Inc., conducted cultural resources survey and site evaluations at Avon Park Air Force Range in Polk and Highlands counties, Florida. Investigations included a Phase I archaeological survey of eight selected, noncontiguous tracts in five different areas covering approximately 1,580 acres. Survey was based on previously determined zones of high, medium, and low probability for archaeological sites, with the goal of identifying all cultural resources...


Behind the Scenes--Geology of the Site: Full report on the geoarchaeological data and research objectives (1998)

DOCUMENT Thomas W. Stafford.

Stafford presents in this document an argument for additional testing, in this case archaeological excavations of the area of the Columbia River floodplain immediately adjacent to where the remains of Kennewick Man were discovered. He and others submitted, on August 26, 1997, an application to the Walla Walla District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for an ARPA permit to authorize study of the site where the Kennewick Man skeleton was found (hereafter, the "Site"). The permit application...


Campbell Hollow, IL (11ST144) Fauna dataset 1/16" flotation (1980)

DATASET Mona Colburn. Bonnie Styles.

The Campbell Hollow site (11ST144) is located in the lower Illinois River valley in Scott Country, Illinois. Late Woodland remains were primarily encountered in the plow zone, and two buried Archaic components were excavated in 1980 and 1981. Early and Middle Archaic remains were buried by over 2 m of sediment at the toe of colluvial slope on the east side of the Illinois River valley near the entrance of a small stream (Campbell Hollow Creek) into the main valley. The Archaic encampments are...


Campbell Hollow, IL (11ST144) Fauna dataset 1/4" screen (1980)

DATASET Mona Colburn. Bonnie Styles.

The Campbell Hollow site (11ST144) is located in the lower Illinois River valley in Scott Country, Illinois. Late Woodland remains were primarily encountered in the plow zone, and two buried Archaic components were excavated in 1980 and 1981. Early and Middle Archaic remains were buried by over 2 m of sediment at the toe of colluvial slope on the east side of the Illinois River valley near the entrance of a small stream (Campbell Hollow Creek) into the main valley. The Archaic encampments are...


Campbell Hollow, IL (11ST144) Project

PROJECT Uploaded by: Mona Colburn

The Campbell Hollow site (11ST144) is located in the lower Illinois River valley in Scott Country, Illinois. The site was excavated under the direction of Dr. C. Russell Stafford (Center for American Archaeology) for the Central Illinois Expressway project, with funding from the Illinois Department of Transportation. Late Woodland remains were primarily encountered in the plow zone and two buried Archaic components were excavated in 1980 and 1981. Early and Middle Archaic remains were buried by...


CERAMIC RESIDUE AND ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS, CHARCOAL IDENTIFICATION, AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION OF SAMPLES FROM THE RIVER FARM SITE (18AN881), ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MARYLAND (2017)

DOCUMENT Linda Scott Cummings. Peter Kováčik.

The River Farm site (18AN881) exhibits Early Archaic through Late Woodland components, as well as historic use. It is situated on the eastern bank of the Patuxent River in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Several features were observed, two of which were sampled for analysis. Two ceramic sherds exhibiting charred food crust and two closely associated charred botanic fragments were submitted for AMS radiocarbon analysis. Microscopic analysis of the contents of the charred food crust from both...


Cultural Affiliation Report Kennewick Man: All Chapters (2000)

DOCUMENT Francis McManamon. Jason Roberts. Brooke S. Blades. Kenneth Ames. Daniel L. Boxberger. Stacy Rasmus. Eugene S. Hunn. Steven Hackenberger.

The general goals of this study are to identify, describe and summarize mortuary patterns and bio-archaeological studies within the Pacific Northwest. A major purpose is to compile this information in a form that will help address the possible cultural affiliation of Kennewick human remains with present-day Indian tribes. The specific objective is to identify continuities, discontinuities, and gaps in mortuary information and bio-archaeological data for the Middle Columbia River region from 9500...


Cultural Affiliation Report, Chapter 1: Background and Scope for the Kennewick Man Cultural Affiliation Reports (2000)

DOCUMENT Francis McManamon. Jason Roberts. Brooke S. Blades.

As part of its responsibilities in the Kennewick Man case, the Department of the Interior was trying to make a determination of the disposition of the human remains under the requirements of NAGPRA. Since the issue of disposition was at least in part related to whether the remains could be culturally affiliated under the terms of NAGPRA, four studies by experts in anthropological, archaeological, cultural, and historical topics relevant to this determination were undertaken by the DOI....


Cultural Affiliation Report, Chapter 2: Review of the Archaeological Data (2000)

DOCUMENT Kenneth Ames.

This report is part of the cultural affiliation study, under NAGPRA, of the Kennewick human remains. The circumstances of the finding of those remains, and the resulting controversies, are well enough known not to require rehearsal here. The present work reviews the extant archaeological record for the Southern Columbia Plateau.


Cultural Affiliation Report, Chapter 3: Review of Traditional Historical and Ethnographic Information (2000)

DOCUMENT Daniel L. Boxberger.

This report has been prepared under contract with the National Park Service for the purpose of investigating the ethnographic and historical data concerning the cultural affiliation of the Kennewick human remains. Specifically I was asked to review published and archival materials related to the traditional ethnography, including traditional histories, kinship and patterns of residence, trade and social networks, artifact types and dwellings, community and settlement patterns, and economic and...


Cultural Affiliation Report, Chapter 4: Review of Linguistic Information (2000)

DOCUMENT Eugene S. Hunn.

The Kennewick Man remains were found in shallow water along the edge of the Columbia River. It is believed that the remains eroded from the river bank at Columbia Park in what now is Kennewick, Washington, in July 1996. Preliminary C14 dating of the bone suggested the remains might be approximately 9,000 (C14) years old. At issue is the application of provisions of NAGPRA with regard to the repatriation of the remains to a coalition of tribes and bands (Confederated Tribes of the Colville...


Cultural Affiliation Report, Chapter 5: Cultural Affiliation Study of the Kennewick Human Remains: Review of Bio-Archaeological Information (2000)

DOCUMENT Steven Hackenberger.

The general goals of this study are to identify, describe and summarize mortuary patterns and bio-archaeological studies within the Pacific Northwest. A major purpose is to compile this information in a form that will help address the possible cultural affiliation of Kennewick human remains with present-day Indian tribes. The specific objective is to identify continuities, discontinuities, and gaps in mortuary information and bio-archaeological data for the Middle Columbia River region from 9500...


A Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Excess Tracts within the Harry S. Truman Reservoir Project, Henry, St. Clair, and Bates Counties, Missouri, Harry S. Truman Reservoir Excess Tracts Survey 1987 (1988)

DOCUMENT Timothy C. Klinger. Lawrence L. Ayres.

The investigations described in this report focus on a literature and background search and a field survey conducted in connection with the proposed excessing of 15 real estate tracts in Bates, Henry and St. Clair Counties, Missouri, by the Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District. Of a total of eight cultural resource sited that were located during the field survey and records review, seven new historic sites were recorded and one previously recorded prehistoric site was investigated. Based...


Draft Intensive Archaeological Survey and Management Plan for the Cedar Bluffs Natural Area and State Preserve, Mahaska County, Iowa (1999)

Citation DOCUMENT Cynthia L. Peterson. Jennifer Wendt.

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Dust Cave Site, AL (1LU496) Project

PROJECT Uploaded by: Renee Walker

Faunal data from Dust Cave Alabama, Renee B. Walker dissertation (University of Tennessee, 1998). Archaic deposits from Dust Cave date between and 5,200 years ago with four distinct Archaic occupations. These include the Early Side-Notched and Kirk Stemmed components (Early Archaic), and the Eva/Morrow Mountain component and Seven Mile Island phase (Middle Archaic). The preservation, and subsequent recovery, of faunal material at the site is exceptional, with an abundance of small fish and...


Dust Cave, Alabama Late Paleoindian Faunal Dataset (1998)

DATASET Renee Walker.

Late Paleoindian Faunal data (Walker 1998)

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