CRM Archaeology and tDAR

tDAR contains some of the most significant CRM, Federal, and State archaeological work done in the United States in the last 50 years including, the Dolores Project, Lake Elsinore, the African Burial Ground National Monument, and other significant work across the country.


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Documents
  • 5,000 Years of Life and Death Along the Natchez Bluffs: Archaeological and Historical Inventory and Reporting for Reaches 6 and 7 of the Natchez Bluff Stability Study and the Orleans Street Disposal Area, Adams County, Mississippi (2005)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Thurston Hahn III. Douglas Wells. Joanne Ryan.

    Between December 1998 and November 2000, Coastal Environments, Inc., (CEI) conducted Phase I and Phase II cultural resources investigations for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (COE), Vicksburg District, in regard to construction activities related to Reaches 6 and 7 of the Natchez Bluffs Stability Project in Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi (DACW38-98-D-0004, Delivery Order No. 18). The project area is located on the east bank of the Mississippi River at Natchez-Under-the-Hill and along the...

  • The Analysis of a Late Holocene Bison Skull from Fawn Creek, Lemhi County, Idaho, and Its Implications for Understanding the HIstory and Ecology of Bison in the Intermountain West (1997)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Kenneth P. Cannon.

    In 1995 the skull of a subadult male bison was recovered from the cutbank of Fawn Creek, Lemhi County, Idaho, by a ranger for the Salmon-Challis National Forest. After slowly drying the skull for about a year it was turned over to the Midwest Archeological Center in order to be stabilized and analyzed for clues to the ecology of Late Holocene bison in the Intermountain West. A number of analytical techniques were applied to the skull in order to understand its age of deposition and ecology....

  • And The Coosa Between Them: Archaeological Investigations of Sites 9FL203 and 9FL206, Floyd County, Georgia (1996)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Bobby G. Southerlin. Dawn Reid. Connie Huddleston. Christopher T. Espenshade. John Foss. Linda Kennedy.

    In 1994, Brockington and Associates, Inc., undertook data recovery excavations of sites 9FL203 and 9FL206, Floyd County, Georgia. The investigations were designed to mitigate the potential adverse effects of the construction of the western Rome bypass highway. The sites are located on opposite banks of the Coosa River, west of the City of Rome. The 1992 testing had revealed site 9FL206 to contain a Swift Creek component with intact features, while site 9FL203 was dominated by an apparent Kellogg...

  • ARCHAEOLOGICAL DATA RECOVERY AT 47GT0693 (BEND IN THE CREEK SITE), USH 151 CORRIDOR (BELMONT TO DICKEYVILLE), GRANT COUNTY, WISCONSIN (2010)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Rhiannon Jones. Jennifer Haas.

    In April through October of 2004, Great Lakes Archaeological Research Center, Inc. conducted Phase I and II archaeological evaluations and Phase III data recovery operations at the Bend in the Creek site (47GT693) on behalf of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and the Federal Highways Administration as part of the reconstruction of USH 151, Dickeyville to Belmont, Grant and Lafayette counties, Wisconsin (WisDOT Project ID #1209-02-00). This archaeological investigation was conducted in...

  • Archaeological Investigation of the Vaughn Site (33CU65), Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area (1986)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text James M. Zalesky.

    Archeological testing was conducted at Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area in November 1983 in conjunction with a proposed sewage leachfield near park headquarters. A multicomponent Archaic to Late Woodland archeological site (33Cu65) was located in the proposed construction area. Despite disturbance from recent historic land use practices, the site exhibits considerable contextural integrity. Subsurface testing exposed 10 distinct prehistoric features and an extensive midden deposit....

  • Archaeological Remains of a Mid Nineteenth Century Brick Clamp: A First Look at Brick Clamps in Kentucky (1998)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Derek M. Wingfield. Michael D. Richmond. Henry S. McKelway.

    This article focuses on the findings of site 15SH50; representing the first archaeological investigation of a temporary brick kiln, or "clamp," in Kentucky. Bricks and brickmaking have received little attention in archaeological literature considering the almost universal presence of brick artifacts on most historic archaeological sites. The information generated from the excavations at site 15SH50 includes data on the size, design, and operation of the clamp and associated features. The...

  • The Archaeology of the New Echota State Historic Site, Gordon County, GA (2003)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Daniel T. Elliot. Karen G. Wood. Scot Keith. Grace Keith.

    Southern Research, Historic Preservation Consultants, Inc. contracted with the Historic Preservation Division (HPD), Georgia Department of Natural Resources, in 2000- 2001 to conduct an intensive archaeological reconnaissance survey of a portion of the New Echota State Historic Site (9Go42) in Gordon County, Georgia.

  • The Archaic Period in the Falls of the Ohio Region of Kentucky (2000)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text C. Michael Anslinger.

    This document is a brief overview of the Archaic culture sequence for the Falls of the Ohio Area in Kentucky and Indiana. Based on a suite of radiocarbon dates temporal limits for the Archaic period have been established at approximately 9950 to 2950 B.P. within the region, though dates extending to 2750 B.P. would not be unexpected. The Archaic, which is traditionally divided into Early, Middle, and Late sub-periods, represents a period of time when pre-ceramic hunter-gatherer populations...

  • Archeological Inventory and Evaluation at the Carrigan and Burch Properties, Lincoln Home National Historic Site, Springfield Illinois (2010)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Janis L. Dial-Jones.

    The Midwest Archeological Center conducted field investigations at Lincoln Home National Historic Site in Springfield, Illinois in 2005 and 2006 in conjunction with the preparation of Historic Structure Reports on two of the houses that originally stood in the Abraham Lincoln neighborhood in close proximity to the Lincoln Home itself, the Carrigan house immediately next door to the north and the Burch house directly across Eighth Street to the west. An archeological inventory and evaluation of...

  • Archeological Inventory, Testing, and Data Recovery at the James Staples House (HS 9), Herbert Hoover National Historic Site, West Branch, Iowa (2008)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Dawn Bringelson. Amanda Davey. Jonathan Weiland.

    Staff of the Midwest Archeological Center investigated archeology associated with the James Staples House (HS-09) at Herbert Hoover National Historic Site during fall 2005 and spring 2006. These investigations ensued as a part of a rehabilitation project to upgrade staff housing, to restore the home’s historic character, and to improve conditions for its long-term preservation. Geophysical and shovel test inventories, as well as evaluative testing and data recovery excavations all provided...

  • Archeological Investigation of the Carriage House, James A. Garfield National Historic Site, Mentor, Ohio (1999)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text William J. Hunt, Jr..

    In 1980, Congress authorized the establishment of James A. Garfield National HIstoric Site, with the park jointly administered through a cooperative agreement between the National Park Service and the Western Reserve Historical Society. These institutions recently determined that the Carriage House would be adaptively reutilized as a visitor center. This action will require considerable ground disturbance inside and around the margins of the building. To minimize the construction impacts upon...

  • Archeological Investigations for the Barn Relocation at Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, St. Louis, Missouri (2002)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Douglas D. Scott.

    Archeological investigations were undertaken in August of 2000 in the area proposed for relocating a barn at Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site. The excavations were undertaken as part of compliance activities to determine the effect that the proposed barn relocation might have on the site. Geophysical techniques, traditional shovel testing, and limited test excavations located a substantial stone foundation and a series of piers or footers believed to be remains of an 1818 barn. The...

  • Archeological Investigations of Arches National Park, Utah (1991)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Karen Kramer.

    This report presents the descriptive and analytical results of an archeological survey of Arches National Park in southeast Utah (Utah Project No. U87-NA-054N). A total of 26 sites and 69 isolated artifact finds was recorded in the 1,160 acres surveyed during August 1987. This report is produced in cooperation with the National Park Service, Midwest Archeological Center, in accordance with Supplemental Agreement No. CA-6115-7-8008 and in furtherance of MasterCooperati ve Agreement No....

  • An Archeological Overview and Assessment of Fort Smith National Historic Site (2003)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Roger E. Coleman. Douglas D. Scott.

    This overview and assessment revises the 1990 parkwide assessment of archeological resources at Fort Smith National Historic Site. An archeological assessment is a document that describes the extent of previous archeological investigations in a park and provides substantive data for park planning needs. The document serves as a source of information for production of cultural resource management proposals, land acquisition, and park development, interpretation, and maintenance activities.

  • Archeological Prospection Investigations of the Yarborough Open Site #4 (3NW303) at the Steel Creek Horse Camp in Buffalo National River, Newton County, Arkansas (2009)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven L. De Vore. Caven Clark. Chuck Bitting. Jay Sturdevant.

    Between June 5 and 15, 2007, the Yarborough Open Site #4, 3NW303, at the Steel Creek Horse Camp located within the Buffalo National River in Newton County, Arkansas, was investigated with archeological prospection techniques including archeo-geophysics and geoarcheology. The archeo-geophysical techniques included a magnetic survey, a vertical electrical (resistivity) sounding, and a magnetic susceptibility profile in order to evaluate the eastern portion of the site for potential campground...

  • Asticou's Island Domain: Wabanaki Peoples at Mount Desert Island 1500-2000 (2007)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Harald E. L. Prins. Bunny McBride.

    This historical-ethnographic overview of Acadia National Park spans almost 500 years and covers a wide coastal stretch between Penobscot and Gouldsboro Bays – and sometimes much beyond. Such breadth of coverage is necessary in order to take in the park’s center piece on Mount Desert Island, plus Isle au Haut and Schoodic Peninsula, along with various land holding arrangements (including easements) on numerous offshore sea-islands in this area. The study explores the shifting but ongoing...

  • Beyond Domesticity: Material and Spatial Expressions of Gender Systems in Deerfield, Massachusetts (2003)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Deborah L. Rotman.

    This presentation was part of the symposium "Memory, Power, and the Archaeology of Rural New England" at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology in Providence, Rhode Island. The paper focuses on the cult of domesticity and how it has been the most widely studied of all gender systems. However, additional ideologies – such as equal rights feminism, domestic reform, and others – also shaped gender relations during the second half of the eighteenth through the early twentieth...

  • Bioanthropological Investigations of the Reynolds Cemetery in Kanawha County, West Virginia (2002)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Alexandra D. Bybee. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc..

    Between May 17 and August 8, 2001, Cultural Resource Analysts’ personnel completed Phase III excavations for the relocation of the Reynolds Cemetery (46Ka349) in Kanawha County, West Virginia. The project, which was conducted at the request of Dr. Robert F. Maslowski on behalf of the Huntington District Corps of Engineers, was conducted to mitigate anticipated impacts the cemetery would suffer by the proposed Marmet Lock Replacement Project. The site was recommended as potentially eligible for...

  • Channel Islands National Park and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary: Submerged Cultural Resources Assessment (1996)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Don P. Morris. James Lima.

    This report gathers together historical and archeological information on vessels that wrecked within the boundaries of Channel Islands National Park and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary before 1980, when the two preserves were established off the southern coast of California. It summarizes, as well, a series of archeological investigations of wreck scatters in this area that began in the early 1980s with Dan Lenihan's dives on the Winfield Scott and continued after 1985 under the...

  • Cultural Resources Mitigation at 32MO0296, 32MO0306, 32MO1374, and 32MO1375, Morton County, North Dakota (2006)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Jennifer Haas. John Bennett. Michael M. Gregory.

    In the fall of 2005, GLARC conducted archaeological data recovery operations at sites 32MO296, 32MO306, 32MO1374, and 32MO1375 located in Morton county, North Dakota. The sites defi ne short term prehistoric Native American resource extraction sites and campsites that date to the Early to Middle Plains Archaic, Late Plains Archaic, Early Plains Woodland, Middle Plains Woodland, and Late Plains Woodland periods. Previous investigations at 32MO296, 32MO306, 32MO1374, and 32MO1375 determined that...

  • Cultural Resources Monitoring of Construction Activities at the West Building (16EBR165) and West Parking Garage, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (2001)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Sara A. Hahn. Thurston Hahn, III.

    Archaeological investigations of the West Building and the West Parking Garage in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. were conducted by Coastal Environments, Inc. (CEI), between June 1999 and August 2000. These investigations were performed relative to monitoring of machine excavations conducted during the construction of the West Building and the West Parking Garage. The combined project areas of both buildings encompass approximately 4.94 ha (2 ac). The current archaeological investigations were conducted...

  • Data Recovery Excavations at 38UN989 on the SC Route 72/121/215 Bridge Replacement Project Over the Broad River at the Chester / Union County Line (2006)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Kara Bridgman Sweeney. Meagan Brady. Dea Mozingo. Eric Poplin.

    Brockington and Associates, Inc., conducted data recovery investigations at 38UN989 on the SC Route 72/121/215 Bridge Replacement Project (PIN 26316) in Union County, South Carolina, in December 2004. The site is located on a relict river levee west of the Broad River. The South Carolina Department of Transportation contracted Brockington and Associates, Inc., to mitigate the effects of bridge construction on portions of 38UN989 in the new right-of-way that contain intact cultural deposits...

  • Evaluative Investigations at the Au Sable Light Station, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan, 1990 (1994)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Bruce A. Jones.

    Midwest Archeological Center personnel conducted two weeks of evaluative test excavations at 20AR193, the Au Sable Light Station, in the eastern portion of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in September of 1990. Undertaken in support of architectural and engineering consultation at the site prior to the restoration of some of the buildings at Au Sable, the Center excavations exposed subsurface foundation profiles at six standing structures. Additionally, limited block excavations and trenching...

  • Geophysical Investigations and Monitoring of Selected Areas Associated with the Dry Prairie Rural Water System Tie-In Construction Project at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, Roosevelt County, Montana, and Williams County, North Dakota (2009)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven L. De Vore.

    The National Park Service’s Midwest Archeological Center and Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site staffs conducted geophysical investigations and construction project monitoring at the Fort Union Trading National Historic Site in Roosevelt County, Montana, and Williams County, North Dakota. The geophysical and archeological investigations were conducted between October 30 and November 16, 2007. The archeological investigations were requested by the park staff for selected areas within...

  • Geophysical Investigations and Monitoring of the HVAC Replacement Project Area at the Truman Farmhouse (Site 23JA638) within the Harry S. Truman National Historic Site in Grandview, Jackson County, Missouri (2009)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven L. De Vore.

    The National Park Service’s Midwest Archeological Center and Harry S Truman National Historic Site staffs conducted geophysical investigations and construction project monitoring at the Truman Farm unit (Site 23JA638) of Harry S Truman National Historic Site in Jackson County, Missouri. The geophysical and archeological investigations were conducted between January 23 and 26, 2008. The archeological investigations were requested by the park staff for the HVAC replacement project at the Truman...

  • Geophysical Investigations of a Historic Sac and Fox Multiple Family Cemetery (25RH122), Richardson County, Nebraska (2007)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven L. De Vore. Robert K. Nickel.

    The geophysical investigations of a tribal/multiple family cemetery (25RH122) in Richardson County, Nebraska, were initiated by the National Park Service in response to a request from the Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri tribal council. A meeting and site tour were held with the tribal council secretary, Midwest Archeological Center Archeological Assistance and Partnership Program archeologists, and private consultant on November 18, 2002. This visit was to assess the feasibility of the...

  • A History of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act: Law and Regulations (1985)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Chelsea Walter

    With the aim to present a current topic of debate in archeology and the federal government that would interest the archeological community, publisher Jacqueline Nichols and editor Janet L. Friedman of the American Archeology journal issued a special selection of articles titled “ARPA.” This journal segment provides a history of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act, its conception, development, and the laws and regulations established in the process. Senator Jeff Bingaman offers the...

  • Magnetic Gradient Survey of Seminoe's Fort on the Tom Sun Ranch Along the Oregon and California National Historic Trails, Natrona County, Wyoming (2002)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven L. De Vore.

    Seminoe’s Fort was a trading post along the California, Mormon Pioneer, and Oregon National Historic Trails near Devils Gate in southwestern Natrona County, Wyoming, which was used in various ways from 1852 to 1857. Over the decades since the abandonment and destruction of the fort, the exact location of the small trading post, designated 48NA288, was lost in the memory of the American people. The National Park Service’s Long Distance Trail Office in Salt Lake City requested the Midwest...

  • More than Meets the Eye: The Archeology of Bathhouse Row, Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas (2008)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text William J. Hunt, Jr..

    For many, the oldest “park” managed by the federal government is not Yellowstone National Park (set aside in 1872) but Hot Springs National Park (HOSP) in Arkansas. Congress set aside the hot springs and adjoining mountains here as a federal reservation in 1832 to protect the resource and preserve it for public use. For centuries before this, the hot springs may have used by Native Americans, their occupations having little impact on the resource. But with EuroAmerican use, this began to change....

  • Phase III Archaeological Data Recovery At The Chandler Site ( 40CH74), Pleasant View, Cheatham County, Tennessee (1998)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Joseph A. Gilberti. Steven Bozarth. Andrea Shea.

    In August 1997, Brockington and Associates, Inc., conducted Phase III data recovery excavations of the northeast portion of the Chandler Site (40CH74) in Cheatham County, Tennessee. The site is located on a T1 terrace directly adjacent to Sycamore Creek, which empties into the Cumberland River. This data recovery was designed to ensure that no human burials would be impacted by the proposed construction of a raw water intake structure, access road, and parking lot on portions of the site. The...

  • Preliminary Geoarcheological Reconnaissance in Badlands National Park, South Dakota (2003)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text David D. Kuehn.

    Preliminary geoarcheological investigations were conducted in Badlands National Park, South Dakota, in August of 1997. The purpose of the research was to establish an initial stratigraphic and geomorphic context for archeological materials within the park. This was accomplished by large-scale surface reconnaissance and intensive data collection at a number of representative study sections. The reconnaissance focused on identifying major geomorphic landsurfaces extant in the park area. These...

  • Publications in Salvage Archeology, 12: Bighorn Canyon Archeology (1969)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Wilfred M. Husted.

    This monograph constitutes the report of archeological salvage operations in the upper Yellowtail Reservoir of Montana and Wyoming. The investigations were conducted by the River Basin Surveys, Smithsonian Institution in cooperation with the National Park Service as a part of the Inter-agency Archeological and Paleontological Salvage Program. Archeological investigation of the Yellowtail Reservoir area by the River Basin Surveys spanned an 18-year period, from 1946 through the summer of 1964....

  • Publications in Salvage Archeology, 6: Hells Canyon Archeology (1967)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Warren W. Caldwell. Oscar L. Mallory.

    Archeological investigations in the Hells Canyon area of the Snake River (Figs. la, b) have a chequered past. Like much of the Northwest, the great gorge forming the boundary between northeastern Oregon and central Idaho was substantially unknown until the advent of the postwar archeological salvage program. An initial reconnaissance of the upper canyon was completed by the River Basin Surveys of the Smithsonian Institution during August of 1950 (Shiner 1951). The survey was undertaken in...

  • Removal and Relocation of the Handsmill Cemetery, York County, South Carolina (2009)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Brent Lansdell. Joan Gillard.

    Archaeologists with Brockington and Associates, Inc., conducted excavations associated with the relocation of a historic cemetery (38YK357) and reburial of recovered remains to a prepared site (38YK358) located on the Handsmill tract in York County, South Carolina, on September 2–5, 2008, as requested by Handsmill Enterprises.

  • River Basin Surveys Papers, No. 23: The McNary Reservoir: A Study in Plateau Archeology (1961)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Joel L. Shiner.

    .Anthropological research in the Plateau Area of northwestern North America has failed to produce a clear picture of Indian culture. From both the ethnological and archeological viewpoint there have been insufficient research and little synthesis. While ethnographic investigation has permitted certain generalities about Plateau culture, archeological research has not produced any sort of chronology, not even a local sequence. Since Wissler's classification in 1922, which set up a culture area...

  • River Basin Surveys Papers, No. 31: Archeological Manifestations in the Toole County Section of the Tiber Reservoir Basin, Montana (1963)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Carl F. Miller.

    The Tiber Dam, sometimes known as the Lower Marias Unit, had its inception some 50 years ago when William T. Cowan, State Senator from Hill County, Mont., stumped for the construction of a dam across the Marias River, the waters of the subsequent reservoir to be used for irrigation purposes. His was a far-sighted vision, one which was not fully appreciated until many years after his death. On September 30, 1952, President Harry S. Truman, before a crowd of 10,000 people, set off a blast marking...

  • Synthesis of Excavation Data For the Permian Basin Mitigation Program (2009)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Jim Railey. John Rissetto. Matthew Bandy.

    This document presents a synthesis of excavation data from the Permian Basin Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) Area (Figure 1.1). This is the first task (Task 1) of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM’s) Permian Basin Mitigation Program. As specified in Request for Quotations (RFQ) L09PS00050, this task involves four subtasks: 1) compiling existing excavation data, 2) evaluating synthesis and research potential, 3) updating the BLM Carlsbad Field Office (CFO) geographic information system (GIS),...

  • A Tale of Two Cisterns: Data Recovery Investigation at 31NH684, New Hanover County, North Carolina (1990)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Paul E. Brockington, Jr.. Rita Folse Elliott.

    Data recovery investigations were conducted for proposed development by Landmark Organization, Inc. in downtown Wilmington, North Carolina. Research centered on the excavation and sampling of two brick cisterns at site 31NH684. Initial work consisted of the excavation of 15 square meters in the form of a 3 by 5 square meter unit, later expanded to include a previously undiscovered cistern. Approximately two-thirds of Cistern 1 was excavated, while Cistern 2 was sampled with a 50 square...

  • Text Excavation of Several Geophysical Anomalies, Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site (14SH113), Shawnee County, Kansas (2002)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Scott Stadler.

    Archeological investigations were conducted at Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site to examine selected geophysical anomalies, i.e., variations from normal background readings, noted during a previous geophysical survey. Excavations revealed a portion of the first Monroe School basement floor, located north of the current Monroe School. The first Monroe School was in existence from 1874 until 1927, when it was replaced by the current school. Artifacts from the late nineteenth...

Projects
  • Archaeological Sites, Crawfish and Rock River Valleys, Rock, Jefferson, and Dodge Counties, Wisconsin
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Katherine Shillinglaw

    From 2000 through 2010, GLARC has conducted numerous archaeological studies within the Rock and Crawfish River valleys, in southeastern Wisconsin. Collectively these studies have included identification, National Register evaluations, and archaeological data recovery operations at sites ranging from the Late Paleoindian through Late Woodland periods. Archaeological data recovery operations were completed at three open air Native American sites in the region. The sites are Sauerhammer...

  • Archaeological Sites, Driftless Area, Grant County, Wisconsin
    PROJECT Jennifer Haas.

    From 2004 through 2006, GLARC conducted archaeological data recovery operations at four open air prehistoric Native American sites in the Driftless Region of southwestern Wisconsin. The sites are Roling (47GT628), Kieler I (47GT593), Bend in the Creek (47GT693), and Kieler II (47GT594) and include Early Archaic (8000-4000 B.C.), Late Archaic Durst Phase (1000-5000 B.C.), Early Woodland (300 B.C. to 100 A.D.), and Late Woodland Eastman Phase (A.D. 700-1000) occupations. Each site contains in...

  • Archaeological Sites, Northeastern Plains, Polk County, Minnesota
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Katherine Shillinglaw

    In 2004, GLARC conducted archaeological data recovery operations at two open air prehistoric Native American sites in the Northeastern Plains (Polk County, Minnesota). Both sites define pre-contact Native American bison kill and processing areas located at the confluence of the Red Lake River and Heartsville Coulee. Site 21PL72 represents an Middle Woodland early winter bison kill and processing locale that dates to circa A.D. 770 to 990. Site 21PL74 represents an Middle Woodland bison kill and...

  • An Archaeological Study of Colonial Chesapeake Culture
    PROJECT Julia King.

    Using detailed comparisons of the archaeological assemblages from 18 early sites in the Chesapeake, this project explores the material conditions of culture contact, plantation development and organization, the rise of slavery, and consumer behavior. Comparable artifact databases have been created for the 18 sites, and analysis of artifact distributions has provided great insight into differences and similarities.

  • Archaeology Field Survey Reports Contributed by BLM, Arcata, CA Field Office
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Melinda Salisbury

    This project includes Archaeology Field Survey Reports contributed by the Bureau of Land Management's, Arcata, California field office.This initial contribution will establish a regional digital archive project whose goal is to accumulate heritage documents, greatly enhancing our ability to preserve historic resources within the North Coast Region.

  • The Archaeology of Great Basin National Park
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Sophia Kelly

    WACC report with an archaeological overview of Great Basin National Park.

  • The Archaeology of Joshua Tree National Park
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Sophia Kelly

    WACC reports that summarize archaeological survey and excavation in Joshua Tree National Park (formerly Joshua Tree National Monument).

  • The Archaeology of Redwood National Park
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Sophia Kelly

    This WACC report summarizes archaeological investigations within the boundaries of Redwood National Park.

  • The Archaeology of Riverfront Village (38AK933), a Mississippian/Contact Period Occupation, Aiken County, South Carolina
    PROJECT Thomas Whitley.

    Starting in 2004, Brockington and Associates, Inc. carried out Phase II Testing for the Georgia Avenue Extension Project (GAEP) in North Augusta. The GAEP was an undertaking that entailed design and construction of new roadway associated with the City of North Augusta’s planned riverfront revitalization. More than one year earlier, the city teamed with the Leyland Alliance (a private development partnership) to design and build a planned mixed residential and commercial community known as...

  • The Archaeology of Yosemite National Park
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Sophia Kelly

    WACC reports of archaeological excavation and survey projects within Yosemite National Park.

  • The Archeological Survey of Cape Cod National Seashore
    PROJECT Francis McManamon. National Park Service. Cape Cod National Seashore.

    This project contains documents, images, and data about the archaeological resources in and around the Cape Cod National Seashore on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. In particular these relate to what is known as the "outer Cape," that is, from the vicinity of Chatham, Orleans, and Eastham north to the the Provincelands. Much of the archaeological work covered here is from investigations done by or for the Cape Cod National Seashore. The historic time period, as well as ancient times are covered by...

  • Digital Archive of Archaeological Documents Related to Dyess Air Force Base, Texas
    PROJECT Air Combat Command, United States Air Force.

    This project, created by Digital Antiquity under contract with the United States Air Force, contains documents and other resources from archaeological research conducted at Dyess Air Force Base (Dyess AFB). Dyess AFB, established in 1942 as Abilene Army Air Base (AAB), is a B1-Bomber base on 6,409-acre located in the southwest corner of Abilene, TX in Taylor County. The archaeology of the Taylor County area dates the human occupation of the area from about 12,500 B.C. into the present. ...

  • The Dolores Archaeological Program
    PROJECT Robert A. Bye. Christine K. Robinson. David A. Breternitz. Allen E. Kane. Steven E. James. Timothy A. Kohler. William D. Lipe. Bureau of Reclamation.

    From 1978 until 1985 the University of Colorado contracted with the Bureau of Reclamation (Contract No. 8-07-40-S0562) to mitigate the adverse impact of a large water impoundment project on the cultural resources in the project area. This complex and evolving long-term mitigation plan known as the Dolores Archaeological Program (DAP) has been called a “truly unique chapter in American archaeology” (Breternitz 1993:118) and was applauded by Lipe (1998:2) for its ability to “increase the power and...

  • The Lower Verde Archaeological Project
    PROJECT Jeffrey A. Homburg. Richard Ciolek-Torrello. Jeffrey H. Altschul. Stephanie M. Whittlesey. Steven D. Shelley. USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

    The Lower Verde Archaeological Project (LVAP) was a four-year data recovery project conducted by Statistical Research, Inc. (SRI) in the lower Verde River region of central Arizona. The project was designed to mitigate any adverse effects to cultural resources from modifications to Horseshoe and Bartlett Dams. The Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Arizona Project’s Office sponsored the research program in compliance with historic preservation legislation. The LVAP’s...

  • Old Mobile (1MB94) Site Overview, Mobile County, Alabama.
    PROJECT Gregory Waselkov.

    This section provides an overview of archaeological research on the site of Old Mobile (1MB94), French colonial capital of La Louisiane from 1702 to 1711. While the general location of Twenty-seven Mile Bluff on the Mobile River, in modern-day southwestern Alabama, has always been known as the original French colonial townsite, archaeological research only began there in earnest in 1989 when James C. "Buddy" Parnell, an employee of Courtaulds Fibers Inc. recognized several well-preserved earthen...

  • Ossabaw Island
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Rachel Black

    Ossabaw Island State Land Files

  • Phoenix Basin Archaeology: Intersections, Pathways Through Time
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Joshua Watts

    The Intersections project is an electronic archive of the archaeological monographs written for archaeological projects conducted at Hohokam sites on Canal System Two and funded by the Federal and Arizona departments of transportation. The searchable electronic archive includes the contents of about 37 separate volumes reporting on the findings of 11 different archaeological projects. The Intersections project was funded by the Federal Highway Administration through the Arizona Department of...

  • Pueblo Grande (AZ U:9:1(ASM)): Unit 08, Pueblo Grande Cultural Park: Soil Systems, Inc. Pueblo Grande Museum Expansion Data Recovery Project
    PROJECT City of Phoenix Parks, Recreation, and Library Department. Cory Dale Breternitz. Michael Foster.

    During July 1994, Soil Systems, Inc. (SSI) conducted an archaeological data recovery project at Pueblo Grande, AZ U:9:1(ASM). The project area was immediately west and north of the original Pueblo Grande museum building. The data recovery project carried out by SSI was conducted under contract to the City of Phoenix and was associated with the expansion of the museum facilities at the Pueblo Grande Museum and Cultural Park, which are administered by the City of Phoenix Parks, Recreation, and...

  • Quackenbush Square Parking Facility Historic Archaeological Site, Albany, NY
    PROJECT Uploaded by: Justin DiVirgilio

    Phase III data recovery and subsequent investigations for Section 106 compliance in Albany, NY. The project focused on recovery of archaeological data from three colonial and early federal contexts. The first two were a brickyard and brickmaker's house from the 17th century. The house was built in the 1630s to lease to a brickmaker; it was burned and rebuilt in the 1650s and finally abandoned about 1686. The brickyard operated from about 1654 until the late 1680s. The third context was a rum...

  • Roosevelt Platform Mound Study
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