Archeological Monitoring for Proposed Utility Upgrades, George Rogers Clark National Historic Park, Knox County, Indiana
Author(s): Dawn Bringelson
Archeological monitoring was conducted at George Rogers Clark National Historical Park (GERO) in association with proposed upgrades to natural gas and water lines. GERO has struggled over recent years with numerous leaks and breaches of their water main and irrigation systems, resulting in several emergency excavations for repair, and the long-term dormancy of whole sections of their irrigation system. The current upgrade project was designed to bring these systems up to higher standards to avoid similar problems in the future and to upgrade gas service at the same time.
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Archeological Monitoring for Proposed Utility Upgrades, George Rogers Clark National Historic Park, Knox County, Indiana. Dawn Bringelson. 2009 ( tDAR id: 398822) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8WD42N8
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min long: -88.132; min lat: 37.736 ; max long: -84.683; max lat: 41.853 ;
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Contact(s): Anne Vawser
Prepared By(s): Wabash Utilities, Inc.
Submitted To(s): National Park Service
Project Funding Request(s): PMIS 84005
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