Archaeological Resources of the Proposed TL-554 Gas Pipeline in Wyoming and Livingston Counties and of the Proposed Borger Compressor Station In Tompkins County, New York
Author(s): David R. Bush
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Archaeological Resources of the Proposed TL-554 Gas Pipeline in Wyoming and Livingston Counties and of the Proposed Borger Compressor Station In Tompkins County, New York. David R. Bush. 1981 ( tDAR id: 192195)
Site Evaluation / Testing
Archaeological Resources • Archeological Overview / Synthesis-Project Spec • Archeological Resources • Field Reconnaisance--Sampling • Pipeline • Prehistory • Proposed Construction • Site Settlement
min long: -78.488; min lat: 42.263 ; max long: -76.238; max lat: 42.988 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Prepared By(s): Archaeology Lab., Case Western Reserve University
NADB document id number(s): 9367
NADB citation id number(s): 000000085174
General Note: Sent from: Archaeology Lab., Case Western Reserve University
General Note: Submitted to: Consolidated Gas Supply Corp., Clarksburg, West Virginia