4E Survey


The 4E survey was two cultural resource management projects that were carried out during the planning stages of the Mohawk Valley Project in 1981. The two CRM projects were focused on the area along the Mohawk Barge Canal where canal engineers anticipated dumping dredging soil from the channel, which needed deepening to accommodate anticipated barge traffic. There were four areas surveyed, and they all were located in areas where the modern barge canal does not occupy the original Mohawk River channel. 4E-2 lies in the town of Danube in Herkimer County, New York. 4E-28, 4E-29, and 4E-30 are all on the eastern outskirts of Utica, New York.

Cite this Record

4E Survey. ( tDAR id: 370042) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8DZ09Q6

This Resource is Part of the Following Collections


Investigation Types
Reconnaissance / Survey

Spatial Coverage

min long: -74.962; min lat: 42.996 ; max long: -74.752; max lat: 43.035 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Dean Snow

Sponsor(s): University at Albany

Repository(s): New York State Museum

Record Identifiers

New York State Museum(s): 1282

Resources Inside this Project (Viewing 1-6 of 6)


  1. 4E Survey Catalog Guide (2009)
  2. 4E-2 Barge Canal Soil Pile (1981)
  3. 4E-28, 4E-29, and 4E-30 Report (1981)
  4. Curation Request Form (1981)


  1. 4E Images (1981)


  1. 4E Survey Catalog (1981)