Greenville Urban Protection Project
The MCX-CMAC utilizes the standard archival practice of “unique naming” of collections. The purpose of this is to avoid redundant and confusing collection names commonly found with archaeological investigations. Therefore, this collection is referred to as "Greenville Urban Protection Project.” This naming practice is consistent throughout the finding aid, the file folder titles, and box labels. The linear extent of this collection is half (0.5) an inch.
Only four folders compose this collection. All field and catalog records were duplicated according to the Cobb Institute’s requirements. The copies were also packaged in acid-free folders and labeled identically to the original folders, with the exception of a notation indicating that the folder contains copies. These copies are stored separately from the originals.
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Greenville Urban Protection Project. ( tDAR id: 446623) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8446623
min long: -91.25; min lat: 32.736 ; max long: -90.514; max lat: 33.551 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contributor(s): Coastal Environments Inc.
Principal Investigator(s): Richard Weinstein
Landowner(s): US Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg District
Repository(s): Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Mississippi State University
Submitted To(s): US Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg District
Greenville Urban Protection Project collection stored at the Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Mississippi State University.
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Artifact Catalog, Greenville Urban Protection Project (2018)
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The procedures employed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), St. Louis District, Curation and Archives Analysis Branch, Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections to rehouse the archaeological material from USACE, Vicksburg District are discussed below. In the rehousing process of each investigative effort for the Vicksburg District’s collection, staff generally followed the same standard procedures. Upon completion of the curation...