A Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of the Eastern Cabell County Wastewater Treatment Facility Area


A search of the pertinent literature and records on the Mud River drainage has produced information on 33 archeological sites and one National Register structure. The nature of the archeological sites and prehistoric settlement patterns and the fact that most sewer lines will be constructed along existing roads and through other disturbed areas makes it unlikely that unrecorded National Register sites will be affected by the project. A sewer line will be constructed adjacent to or over the Mud River Covered Bridge and the opinion of the State Historic Preservation Office will be sought concerning the placement of the line. It is also recommended that an archeological survey be done on the area selected for a new sewage treatment facility at Lower Creek.

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A Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of the Eastern Cabell County Wastewater Treatment Facility Area. US Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District. 1981 ( tDAR id: 439071) ; doi:10.6067/XCV88S4SS6

Spatial Coverage

min long: -82.222; min lat: 37.59 ; max long: -79.849; max lat: 39.644 ;


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