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Phase II Archaeological Investigations of the World War I Defensive Earthworks, Fort Lee (FL1997.001)

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Summary

Gray & Pape, Inc. undertook Phase II archaeological investigations to identify extant World War I earthworks at Fort Lee, Virginia and on adjacent properties at the Petersburg National Battlefield. The work was conducted on behalf of REMSA. Inc. of Hampton, Virginia as part of an indefinite delivery contract to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk Area Office.

This project contains one resource - the official report by Gray & Pape, Inc; assessing the archaeological investigations of the WWI defensive earthworks located at Fort Lee, Virginia.


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Phase II Archaeological Investigations of the World War I Defensive Earthworks, Fort Lee (FL1997.001). ( tDAR id: 392542) ; doi:10.6067/XCV88P61ZT


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Spatial Coverage

min long: -77.384; min lat: 37.202 ; max long: -77.298; max lat: 37.266 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): silpakorn university

Contributor(s): Joe Sites

Project Director(s): Len Winter

Sponsor(s): U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk Area Office

Repository(s): Fort Lee Regional Archaeological Curation Facility

Prepared By(s): Gray & Pape Inc.

Submitted To(s): REMSA, Inc.


Record Identifiers

Accession Number (s): FL1997.001

Project Number(s): 95-20101

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  1. Phase II Archaeological Investigations of the World War I Defensive Earthworks at the Fort Lee Military Reservation and Petersburg National Battlefield, Prince George County, Virginia (1997)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 392543] Robert Clarke. Leo Hirrel. Debra McClane.

    Gray & Pape, Inc. undertook Phase II archaeological investigations to identify extant World War I earthworks at Fort Lee, Virginia and on adjacent properties at the Petersburg National Battlefield. The work was conducted on behalf of REMSA. Inc. of Hampton, Virginia as part of an indefinite delivery contract to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk Area Office. These investigations were composed of historical background research and archaeological survey. Various military documents were...

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