River Basin Surveys Papers: Inter-Agency Archaeological Salvage Program, No. 9-14


The six reports which fonn the contents of this volume of the River Basin Surveys Papers are based on the results of field investigations carried on as a part of the Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program. Three of the articles are concerned with projects in the Missouri Basin and three with studies made in the Georgia-Florida area. Three reservoirs were involved in the Missouri Basin and two in Georgia-Florida. The work at two Missouri Basin reservoirs was done by field parties under the direction of members of the staff of the Missouri Basin Project of the River Basin Surveys, Smithsonian Institution, with funds transferred from the National Park Service. The third party was from the University of Kansas and was operating under a Memorandum of Agreement with the National Park Service whereby some moneys were made available to assist the university in its investigations. One of the projects in Georgia was a cooperative contribution on the part of the University of Georgia which bore the entire cost of the operations. The other two investigations in the Southeast were carried on under Memoranda of Agreement between the National Park Service and the Florida Historical Society and between the Service and the Florida State Museum, University of Florida, with financial assistance from the Service. In each case where a Memorandum of Agreement was concerned, the report submitted was in partial fulfillment of the agreement and received the approval of the Regional Director for the region in which the investigations were made.

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River Basin Surveys Papers: Inter-Agency Archaeological Salvage Program, No. 9-14. Paul L. Cooper, Robert B. Cumming, Jr., Carlyle S. Smith, Roger T. Grange, Jr., William H. Sears, Mark F. Boyd, Ripley P. Bullen, Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr. 1958 ( tDAR id: 376063) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8028SC2

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General Note: Contents included: No.9 Archeological investigations in the Heart Butte Reservoir area, North Dakota, by Paul L. Cooper No. 10. Archeological investigations at the Tuttle Creek Dam, Kansas, by Robert B. Cumming, Jr No. 11. The Spain site (39LM301), a 'winter village in Fort Randall Reservoir, South Dakota, by Carlyle S. Smith and Roger T. Grange, Jr No. 12. The Wilbanks site (9CK-5), Georgia, by William H. Sears No. 13. Historic sites in and adjacent to the Jim Woodruff Reservoir, Florida-Georgia, by Mark F. Boyd No. 14. Six sites near the Chattahoochee River in the Jim Woodruff Reservoir area, Florida, by Ripley P. Bullen

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