Cultural Resource Reconnaissance of the Proposed Replacement of Burnt Bridge, U.S. Routes 219-250, Randolph County, West Virginia
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Cultural Resource Reconnaissance of the Proposed Replacement of Burnt Bridge, U.S. Routes 219-250, Randolph County, West Virginia. Janet G. Brashler, W. Hunter Lesser. 1984 ( tDAR id: 163189)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Architecture • Civil War Earthworks • Civil War Rifle Pits • Cultural Chronology • Cultural Resource • Cultural Resource Overview / Synthesis-Project • Historic Overview / Synthesis-Project Specific • No Prehistoric Sites • Reconnaissance • Significance / Management • Site Settlement • Statement For Management • Technology
min long: -80.28; min lat: 38.388 ; max long: -79.349; max lat: 39.118 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Sponsor(s): WV Department of Highways, Charleston, WV
Prepared By(s): Janet G Brashler and W. Hunter Lesser
NADB document id number(s): 14202
NADB citation id number(s): 000000088792
General Note: Sent from: Janet G Brashler and W. Hunter Lesser
General Note: Submitted to: WV Department of Highways, Charleston, WV