2 edition of Archaeological investigations at the Kooskia Bridge site (10-IH-1395), Middle Fork, Clearwater River, north central Idaho found in the catalog.
Archaeological investigations at the Kooskia Bridge site (10-IH-1395), Middle Fork, Clearwater River, north central Idaho
Robert Lee Sappington
by Alfred W. Bowers Laboratory of Anthropology, University of Idaho in Moscow
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert Lee Sappington and Caroline D. Carley.|
|Series||University of Idaho anthropological reports ;, no. 87|
|LC Classifications||IN PROCESS|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||91623393|
Cite this Record. Archaeological Investigations at Two Sites Near Johnson Village (5Cf. , 5Cf. ). Debra Angulski. (tDAR id: ). Archaeological Investigations in the Central Kuskokwim River Region: a Denali Complex Site On the Holitna River. Robert E. Ackerman. Presented at Alaska Anthropological Association 9th annual meeting, Fairbanks, AK. (tDAR id: )Author: Robert E. Ackerman.
The book also proposes new ways of doing things, tried out over the author’s thirty years in the field and brought together here for the first time. This is no plodding manual but an inspiring, provocative, informative and entertaining book, urging that archaeological investigation is one of the most important things society does.5/5(7). The site was evaluated as part of the SH bridge replacement project over Lee Creek, BRFYC(); JP (04). While the site was discovered in by sub surface investigations during the early planning stages for the project, the bulk of the investigations occurred in October of and late January and early February of Figure Size: 2MB.
The site was first identified in the course of Phase I survey conducted by archaeologists of Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc. in The James River Institute for Archaeology, Inc. (JRIA) subsequently conducted a Phase II archaeological investigation of the site in INFORMATION/ISSUES TOCHECK6. Site clearance and demolition A plan of the site should indicate trees, shrubs and existing buildings and a site survey will reveal the extent of necessary leveling Demolition and excavation Method and cost Effect of trees and structural prevention orders 13
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The technical report of the archeological investigations at the National Museum of the American Indian, Mall Museum Site, can be found in the Washingtoniana Division of the Martin Luther King Memorial Library, G Street, NW, Washington, D.C. The research was sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution.
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Archaeological Investigations at the Kooskia Bridge Site (IH), Middle Fork, Clearwater River, North Central Idaho. University of Idaho, Anthropological Reports No. Moscow, () Archaeological Investigations at the Kooskia Bridge Site (10IH), Middle Fork, Clearwater River, North Central Idaho.
University of Idaho Anthropological Reports University of Idaho, Moscow. Schalk, R. (editor). Archaeological Investigations of Site 44SX, Cactus Hill, Sussex County, Virginia Issue 2 of Nottoway River Survey Archaeological Research report Issue 8 of Research report series: Authors: Joseph M.
McAvoy, Lynn D. McAvoy: Contributors: Virginia. Dept. of Historic Resources, Nottoway River Survey Archaeological Research (Firm) Publisher. Bridge River included a survey Archaeological investigations at the Kooskia Bridge site book local lithic sources that could not be completed due to severe fires in the Bridge River Valley.
The lithic source survey was continued during the field season. Results are outlined in Appendix B. References Cited Cross Report of Geophysical Investigations at the Bridge River site: the Field Season.
Introduction. Phase II archaeological investigation is conducted in order to test or evaluate an archaeological site’s eligibility for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). In order to facilitate the evaluation process, specific information should be recovered during a Phase II investigation.
This information may include, but is not limited to: evaluating areas of. to (Fig. 55) the KAFS carried out a Programme of Assessment and Archaeological Excavation on this area of densely crop-marked land at Star Hill, Bridge, near Canterbury, Kent.
The site centre is taken as NGR The land is currently in the ownership of Vanessa Mcdonald of Hardres Court Farm and is under pasture. Investigation for Bridge Site • A bridge may be defined as a structure built over a river, a dry valley or any depressed part of land to provide a link between the two opposite sides.
• The foundation of bridge piers and abutments require a serious geological investigation. The Project Area is approximately feet long. The existing Monroe Road Bridge and its approaches, including feet of roadway south of the bridge, will be replaced in its general footprint. The new bridge will measure feet long, and will include two foot vehicle lanes and two foot shoulders.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS AT NIPPER CREEK OSRDIS): AN ARCHAIC FALL-LINE SITE Research Manuscript Series by Ruth Y.
Wetmore and Albert C. Goodyear with an Appendix by D. Colquhoun The activity that is the subject of this report has been financed in part with Federal funds from the National Park Service, DepartmentAuthor: Ruth Y. Wetmore, Albert C.
Iii Goodyear. A historic bridge in Worcestershire is being closed on three Sundays to allow archaeological investigations. Teme Bridge in Tenbury Wells dates back to and is due to be extensively refurbished.
The main site (Koste see page 2) is located near the mouth of a small steep ravine; the upper reaches of this ravine contain evidence of a handful of other Upper Paleolithic occupations. The Kostenki sites lie deeply buried (between meters [. The Giddings’ excavation site in NPS photo.
Between and Archeology Professor J. Lewis Giddings, with the help of local workers, conducted archaeological investigations in the Kobuk River Valley that resulted in his deep excavations (over 10 feet in places) at the Onion Portage site beginning in THE JAKETOWN SITE: SURFACE COLLECTIONS FROM A POVERTY POINT REGIONAL CENTER IN THE.
YAZOO BASIN, MISSISSIPPI. FIGURES, PLATES, TABLES ii ABSTRACT iii PREFACE iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS v I. INTRODUCTION 3 II. THE JAKETOWN SITE 5 A. Description of Site 5 B. History of Investigations 6 C. Date of the Poverty Point Occupation at. Background on Kooskia: Lenses of varying size and thickness.
Kooskia Internment Camp (located just outside of Kooskia, Idaho-central panhandle region) was open from May to May and was the only all-male, volunteer-based work camp in the United States. Archaeological Investigations: National Museum of the American Indian Site, Washington, DC On Septemthe National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) opened its doors to the public after fifteen years of planning and construction.
Artifacts on display from the field season and a PowerPoint presentation displaying finds from the field season Dr. Priscilla Wegars’ two books on the Kooskia Internment Camp and Canyon Creek Federal Prison available for perusing at the check-in for Public Archaeology Day Artifacts on display from the field season Visitors.Record an Archeological Site Using the Paper Site Form - Access the paper site form.
Find a list of archeological county abbreviations to record your site. Questions? For specific questions about submitting paper or online site forms, or the categories of information appearing on the form, call Nikki Klarmann,ext.
Archaeological investigations of Apple Island in Orchard Lake, Oakland County, Michigan, were casually begun in the early decades of the 20th century when the owners of the centrally located Campbell family farm plowed up and then reinterred a Native American burial accompanied by a pewter bowl filled with white shell beads.
and discontinuous shallow excavations Author: David S. Brose.