Clifty Creek Human Skeletal Remains N.D.

Part of: US Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District VCP

There is no report or documentation associated with these remains. The VCP St. Louis laboratory processed two artifact collections from the Clifty Creek Reservoir (1969 and 1973-1974), but stated that these remains did not belong with either of those investigations. The accession number, catalog number, and skeletal element were recorded on each bag.

The digital materials in this collection were processed by the Veterans Curation Program (VCP), and include the artifact database, artifact report, and finding aid. Additional digital materials held by the VCP include box inventories, card stock inserts, document folder listing, Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology (GBL) artifact inventory, GBL catalog, and initial data collection. For additional information on these materials, refer to the Finding Aid.

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  • Artifact Report, Clifty Creek Human Skeletal Remains N.D. (2012)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Amy Williams.

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Louisville District archaeological collection was sent to the Veterans Curation Project’s (VCP) St. Louis laboratory in the fall of 2009. The VCP St. Louis laboratory was established by USACE St. Louis District’s Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections using American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 funds and staffed through Brockington and Associates. Human skeletal remains were removed from the...

  • Finding Aid, Clifty Creek Human Skeletal Remains N.D. (2012)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Joshua Weigler.

    The Veterans Curation Program utilizes the standard archival practice of unique naming of collections. The purpose of this practice is to avoid redundant and confusing collection names commonly found with archaeological investigations. Therefore, this collection is referred to as “Clifty Creek Human Skeletal Remains N.D.” This name is consistent throughout the finding aid, the file folder, and the box labels. The extent of this collection is a quarter of a linear inch. The Glenn A. Black...