Archeological Mitigation at the Old Commissary, HS5, Stabilization at Fort Larned National Historic Site, Kansas
Author(s): Douglas D. Scott
Archeological testing and mitigation was performed on the Old Commissary, HS 5, at Fort Lamed National Historic Site in partial compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act as amended. The structure, built in 1866 and the oldest original structure at the fort, requires extensive foundation and stabilization work to preserve its condition (Figure I). Archeological field work was carried out between July 11 and 17 by Douglas Scott, Melissa Baier, and Thomas Thiessen. Fort Lamed staff provided a variety of support that allowed the field work to be completed in less time than originally planned.
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Archeological Mitigation at the Old Commissary, HS5, Stabilization at Fort Larned National Historic Site, Kansas. Douglas D. Scott. Lincoln, Nebraska: Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service. 2005 ( tDAR id: 375654) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8ZS2W72
Bullet • Buttons • Captain Almon Rockwell • Cellar • Chicken Bones • Drill Brace Bit • Farm Material • Indian Annuities • Lean-To Structure • Nails • Partition Walls • Rifle Loopholes • Sandstone Building • Wagon Ruts • Window Glass
Fort Larned National Historic Site
min long: -99.224; min lat: 38.157 ; max long: -99.202; max lat: 38.209 ;
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General Note: The resulting artifacts, records, photographs and other project material are cataloged under Park Accession number 776 and MWAC Accession number 1091.
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