2 edition of Phase III archaeological investigations found in the catalog.
Phase III archaeological investigations
Robert D. Dello-Russo
|Other titles||Phase 3 archaeological investigations, Phase three archaeological investigations|
|Statement||prepared by Robert D. Dello-Russo with contributions by Jannifer W. Gish and Margaret Glass ; edited by Francie Sisson.|
|Series||Zuni Cultural Resource Enterprise report ;, no. 554|
|Contributions||Sisson, Francie., Zuni Cultural Resource Enterprise.|
|LC Classifications||E78.N65 D45 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||00325605|
Standards for Cultural Resource Investigations and the Curation of Archaeological Collections (), which are endorsed by OPRHP. This report has been prepared according to OPRHP’s State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) Phase I Archaeological Report Format Requirements (). 2 Project Information Project Location. Direct or supervise Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III archaeological projects in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, and other states. This position will involve travel to exotic and mundane (but beloved) parts of the Midwest. Conduct analysis of both prehistoric and .
Phase III 9 CHAPTER II GUIDELINES FOR THE CONDUCT OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL There is an inherent uncertainty involved in archaeological investigations that previous cultural resource management surveys, regional surveys, general settlement File Size: KB. A Phase I archeological investigation consists of two components, a Phase IA literature review and sensitivity assessment and Phase IB archeological field reconnaissance. The Phase IA investigation is intended to gather information concerning the environmental, physical, and cultural setting of a project area and to assess the likelihood that.
Archaeological Investigations of the Aramingo/Gunner’s Run Canal Chapter 4 – Results of Phase III Investigations Archaeological investigations within the alternate mitigation area, and intended to expose and document a large section of the former Aramingo Canal prism and outer timber walls, were conducted during the winter of – Phase III archaeological investigations may help inform the content of interpretive measures within this commemorative area. Phase III investigations cannot take place until a final decision is Title: Barefoot By The Sea: Mermaid .
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Phase III field methods and analyses should be sufficient to recover adequate data to answer all questions outlined in the research design because site destruction generally follows investigations. With prior approval of the Division, any agency or archaeologist may combine one or more phases of investigation into a single project phase.
Phase III Investigations. During Phase III investigation, test units should be placed in order to optimize data recovery. Phase II investigations and the data recovery plan should guide the placement of test units at the site.
For example, the use of block excavations may facilitate access to deeply buried archaeological deposits. Phase Three Archaeological Investigation of Sites 44Ld, 44Ld, and 44Ld at Countryside Planned Community, Loudoun County, VirginiaAuthor: Nancy J.
Kassner, Randi L. Rust, Stephen M. Brooks, Diane Carpenter, Michael T. Rushing, David W. 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.
Results - Phase III reports must include a map of each archaeological site investigated showing topographical features, existing cultural features (e.g., structures, roads, ditches), and the locations of all archaeological investigations such as additional shovel testing, remote sensing, test units, surface collection areas, auger testing or.
In archaeology, a phase refers to the logical reduction of contexts recorded during excavation to nearly contemporary archaeological horizons that represent a distinct "phase" of previous land use.
These often but not always will be a representation of a former land surface or occupation level and all associated features that were created into or from this point in time. Cultural resource survey in Socorro and San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas: Archaeological investigations, Phase III: Socorro (Texas antiquities permit) [Peterson, John A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Cultural resource survey in Socorro and San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas: Archaeological investigationsAuthor: John A Peterson. Phase IB/II archaeological investigations within a portion of the Dyottville/Cramp Site (36PH) have yielded significant information about a location that has played a vital role in the early history of the Kensington and Port Richmond neighborhoods, and that for more than years was associated with Philadelphia’s important glass industry.
Environmental Review Archeological Surveys. Preservation recommends that surveys follow the Standards for Cultural Resource Investigations and the Curation of Archaeological Collections in New York State.
The investigation of cultural resources is divided into three phases, increasing in intensity and detail. Phase III: Data Recovery. Get this from a library. Phase II and III historical and archaeological investigations of Maitland Plantation (16CT), Catahoula Parish, Louisiana.
[Joanne Ryan; Charles E Pearson; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Vicksburg District.; Coastal Environments, Inc.]. ervation. Additional phases of archaeological excavations were performed on the Joseph Lewis Site in and In the final and most intensive phase of investigation—technically termed “Phase III Archaeological Survey,” but sometimes referred to as “Data Recovery”—more than.
Mitigations (a.k.a., Phase III data recovery), for both prehistoric and historical archaeology sites. Consultation with state and federal agencies, Indian tribes, descendant communities and individuals, other professionals, and members of the general public concerning cultural resources including archaeological sites, traditional cultural.
Results - Phase II reports must include a map of each archaeological site showing topographical features, existing cultural features (e.g., structures, roads, ditches), the locations of all archaeological investigations such as additional shovel testing, test units, surface collection areas, auger testing or.
Site Report for Phase III Archaeological Investigations at Reynolds Tavern (18AP23), 4 Church Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. View/ Open. 00 Site Report for Phase III Archaeological Investigations at Reynolds Tavern 18APpdf (Mb) No.
of downloads: Author: Patricia G. Markert, Thomas W. Cuddy, Mark P. Leone. In July, November, and December ofGreat Lakes Archaeological Research Center conducted supplemental Phase II and III archaeological investigations at the Roling #1 site on behalf of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and the Federal Highways Administration as part of the reconstruction of USHighway between West Mound Road and.
Conducting Archaeological Investigations Excerpt from unpublished Guidelines for Conducting Survey in Virginia, April Virginia Department of Historic Resources Richmond, VA June 4 field investigations are initiated. The level of background research must be File Size: KB. Phase III-mitigation.
Each of these phases, primarily Phases II and III, should be approached within the context of a research design that will contribute to a better knowledge and understanding of Mississippi’s past.
During Phase I investigations qualified archaeologists locate archaeological sites throughFile Size: KB. Add tags for "Phase II and phase III archeological investigations at the site of the proposed International Cultural and Trade Center/Federal Office Building Complex, Federal Triangle, Washington, D.C.".
Be. Introduction. What is a Phase I Cultural Resource Investigation. “The primary goals of Phase I Cultural Resource Investigations are to identify archaeologically sensitive areas, cultural/sacred areas, and standing structures that are at least 50 years old, that may be affected by a proposed project and to locate all prehistoric and historic cultural/archaeological resources that may exist.
Phase II and Phase III Archeological Investigations at the Site of the Proposed International Cultural and Trade Center/Federal Office Complex, Federal Triangle, Washington, D.C. Prepared for the Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation.
John Milner associates, Inc., Alexandria, Virginia. The three-phase approach for Section review considers the potential need for changes to the Archaeological APE through the life of the Section process. The Archaeological APE will be reviewed and modified if necessary.Phase II archaeological investigations within the Shelby Bend Archaeological District, Hickman and Maury counties, Tennessee (Report of investigations Research, University of Alabama) [Alexander, Lawrence S] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Phase II archaeological investigations within the Shelby Bend Archaeological District, Hickman and Maury countiesAuthor: Lawrence S Alexander.CAI- Center for Archaeological Investigations March 24 at AM While our staff works remotely on report writing we wanted to share this colorful shot from our partnership with the Hoosier National Forest during our Phase II work in Perry County Indiana during the summer /5(1).