A cultural resources survey of selected timber harvesting areas, Fort Benning, Alabama and Georgia: final report
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A cultural resources survey of selected timber harvesting areas, Fort Benning, Alabama and Georgia: final report. Michael G. Shogren, Carey B. Oakley, Betsy. Jones, United States Army. Corps of Engineers. Savannah District.. Report of investigations (Alabama Museum of Natural History. Office of Archaeological Research) ; 66. Tuscaloosa, Ala.]: University of Alabama, Alabama Museum of Natural History, Division of Archaeology. 1992 ( tDAR id: 189149)
Site Evaluation / Testing
01113 (Fips Code) • 13053 (Fips Code) • 13215 (Fips Code) • 1RU119 • 1RU45 • 9CE118 • 9CE123 • 9CE134 • 9CE188 • 9CE191 • 9CE239 • 9CE240 • 9CE241 • 9CE242 • 9CE243 • 9CE244 • 9CE245 • 9CE246 • 9CE247 • 9CE51 • 9CE7 • 9ME233 • 9ME234 • 9ME235 • Alabama (State / Territory) • Chattahoochee (County) • CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER DRAINAGE • CHUNNENUGGEE HILLS • Coastal Plain • Fort Benning • Fort Benning (Ga.) • Georgia • Georgia (State / Territory) • Muscogee (County) • North America (Continent) • n-us-ga • Russell (County) • Southeast • United States of America (Country) • UTM = SITE
min long: -85.435; min lat: 32.062 ; max long: -84.637; max lat: 32.608 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Sponsor(s): Army Corps of Engineers
NADB document id number(s): 4051601
lcc(s): F294.F67 S48 1992
NADB citation id number(s): 000000075676
General Note: Spine title: Selected timber harvesting areas, Fort Benning, Alabama and Georgia.
General Note: "May 1992."
General Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 173-179).