Phase I Archaeological and Architectural Investigations for the Visitor Parking Lot, Bicycle Path, and Core Boring Areas as Part of the James Rumsey Bridge Replacement PRoject
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Phase I Archaeological and Architectural Investigations for the Visitor Parking Lot, Bicycle Path, and Core Boring Areas as Part of the James Rumsey Bridge Replacement PRoject. Jonathan Danz, Andrea Griffith, Karyn Lombardi. 2002 ( tDAR id: 345648)
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min long: -78.035; min lat: 39.132 ; max long: -77.719; max lat: 39.499 ;
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Sponsor(s): Federal Highway Administration
Prepared By(s): Michael Baker, Jr., Inc.
NADB document id number(s): 262613
NADB citation id number(s): 000000381950
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