American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009 Section 110 Compliance Report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg District, NHPA, Cultural Resources Investigations, Technical Report No. 7, Volume 1, Section 110 Survey of 6,072 Acres at Arkabutla, Sardis, Enid, and Grenada Lakes, DeSoto, Panola, Lafayette, Marshall, and Yalobusha Counties, Mississippi

Summary

Between 2 November 2009 and 15 January 2010, Brockington and Associates conducted intensive cultural resources survey of a total of 6,072 acres at four different reservoirs in north-central Mississippi and of 690 acres at one reservoir in southwest Arkansas. This project was conducted under Contract No. W912P9-09-D-0537 with the U.S. Army Corps of engineers, St. Louis District (Corps) as part of an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) program enacted by Congress in 2009. During field survey, we recorded a total of 29 previously unidentified archaeological sites, ten isolated archaeological finds, and three architectural structures, and attempted to revisit all previously recorded cultural resources. We recommend all 29 archaeological sites and three architectural structures identified during our survey to be ineligible for listing on the NRHP. The Hardeman Cemetery and the Williams Cemetery do not possess sufficient architectural merit to warrant inclusion on the NRHP under Criterion C, but additional research is recommended to determine NRHP-eligibility under criteria A, B, and D. This ARRA-funded task order employed 45 specialists for a period of 16 months.

Section 110 Survey of 6,072 Acres at Arkabutla, Sardis, Enid, and Grenada Lakes, DeSoto, Panola, Lafayette, Marshall, and Yalobusha Counties, Mississippi.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009 Section 110 Compliance Report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg District, NHPA, Cultural Resources Investigations, Technical Report No. 7, Volume 1, Section 110 Survey of 6,072 Acres at Arkabutla, Sardis, Enid, and Grenada Lakes, DeSoto, Panola, Lafayette, Marshall, and Yalobusha Counties, Mississippi. Sudha Shah, Mike Reynolds, Andrew Pappas, John O'Donnell, Mike Creswell. NHPA, Cultural Resources Investigations Technical Report ,No. 7, Vol. 1. St. Louis, MO: US Army Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections, St. Louis District. 2011 ( tDAR id: 425602) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8MG7RPK

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Keywords

Culture
Archaic Early Archaic Historic Late Archaic Late Woodland Middle Archaic Middle Woodland Mississippian PaleoIndian Woodland

Material
Ceramic Chipped Stone Fire Cracked Rock Glass Ground Stone Shell

Site Name
22DS528 22DS532 22DS536 22DS537 22DS539 22DS540 22DS541 22DS542 22DS543 22DS558 22DS559 22DS560 22DS561 22DS562 22DS563 22DS564 22DS569 22DS570 22DS571 22DS572 22DS573 22DS574 22DS575 22DS576 22DS579 Show More

Spatial Coverage

min long: -94.164; min lat: 30.126 ; max long: -88.363; max lat: 35.066 ;

Record Identifiers

Contract No.(s): W912P9-09-D-0537

Notes

General Note: This technical report is divided into two volumes. Volume II summarizes the findings from background research and intensive cultural resources survey on Vicksburg District Corps property in Arkansas. The current volume summarizes the findings from background research and intensive cultural resources survey of eight tracts at all four Vicksburg District Corps lakes in Mississippi. See Vol. 2 tDAR ID 425650, https://core.tdar.org/document/425650/american-recovery-and-reinvestment-act-2009-section-110-compliance-report-for-the-us-army-corps-of-engineers-vicksburg-district-vol-2

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