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Archaeological Salvage Projects 1972.
National Museum of Man. Archaological Survey of Canada.
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Archaeological Salvage Projects In this Book. Additional Information. Archaeological Salvage Projects ; William J. Byrne ; Book; Published by: University of Ottawa Press; Series: Mercury Series; View contents.
View Citation; summary. This report contains brief summaries of the archaeological salvage projects undertaken by the Cited by: 2. Book Description: This report contains brief summaries of the archaeological salvage projects undertaken by the Salvage Section, Archaeological Survey of Canada, in the summer of eISBN: Crowsnest Pass Archaeological Project: Salvage Excavations and Survey Paper No.
1: Preliminary Report; Brian O. Reeves ; Book; Published by: University of Cited by: 4. Crowsnest Pass Archaeological Project Book Description: This monograph constitutes a progress report on an extensive examination of occupations dating back some 8, years along the eastern shores of Crowsnest Lake in southwestern Alberta.
Archaeological salvage projects compiled by W. Byrne. FC 65 P37 NO Faunal remains from the Nodwell site (BcHi-3) and from four other sites in Bruce County, Ontario Frances L. Stewart. Get this from a library. Archaeological Salvage Projects 1972.
book salvage projects [William J Byrne;] -- Summary of 29 salvage projects carried out by Archaeological Survey throughout Canada, including several in Northwest Canada. Get this from a library. Archaeological salvage projects, [R Wilmeth;] -- Includes projects on the Mackenzie Corridor, Dempster Highway and Kakisa Lake.
Inthe Salvage Section, Archaeological Survey of Canada, National Museum of Man, instituted nine archaeological salvage projects across the country.
These ranged from a brief survey of one portion of the Mackenzie Highway to the extensive survey and excavations on the Suffield Military Reserve in southeastern Alberta. The Swastika District Salvage Project (now Kirkland Lake District) evolved from my initial archaeological work in the area for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (Pollock, ).
This work marked the first archaeological research ever to be done in the district, and in conjunction with the salvage Droject can be considered definitive. This volume contains reports on the preliminary findings of archaeological salvage projects carried out by the Department of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University during the summer of A total of 26 archaeological sites endangered by industrial expansion, timber leases and logging, park and housing development, or the forces of natural erosion were excavated.
sm~lliR SALVAGE PROJECT The project really began when Dr. Emerson pointed out to the March meeting that the proposed New International Airport to be located in Pickering township would mean that several inter~ esting archaeological sites would doubtless be destroyed.
With this thought, President Howard Savage and Dr. Emerson called a. Get this from a library. Crowsnest Pass archaeological project: salvage excavations and survey paper no. 1, preliminary report. [Brian O K Reeves]. Archaeological salvage projects / Author: compiled by Roscoe Wilmeth.
--Publication info: Ottawa: National Museum Archaeological Salvage Projects 1972. book Canada, Colombo's Canadiana quiz book / John Robert Colombo.
-- FC 65 A75A Archaeological Survey of Canada annual review. FC 65 A75B Arch notes. In the Salvage Section, Archaeological Survey of Canada, National Museum of Man, instituted thirty-one archaeological salvage projects across the country.
This report contains summary articles dealing with twenty-nine of these projects. Cite this Record. Excavations and Testing, Normandy Reservoir Salvage Project: Seasons. Charles H. Faulkner, Major C. McCollough. Report of Investigations,1. Get this from a library. Excavations and testing, Normandy Reservoir Salvage Project: seasons.
[Charles H Faulkner; Major C R McCollough; Normandy Archaeological Project,]. Compliance projects comprise a growing segment of archaeological research, with millions of dollars allotted to projects annually. Salvage Archaeology in the United States. In the United States, archaeological salvage projects are completed in response to a variety of state and federal laws, including the National Historic Preservation Act.
Archeological Survey of the Martin Lake Area, Rusk and Panola Counties, Texas. Andrew J. McDonald. Texas Archeological Salvage Project, Research Report,1. Austin: University of Texas. The Smithsonian Institution’s River Basin Surveys and the Interagency Archeological Salvage Program were the most ambitious archaeological projects ever undertaken in the United States.
Administered by the National Park Service fromthe programs had profound effects methodological, theoretical, and historical on American.
Archaeological excavations at the Sprenger Tipi Ring site, 32SH, Sheridan County, North Dakota: An archaeological salvage project in the Garrison Diversion Unit [Schneider, Fred] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Archaeological excavations at the Sprenger Tipi Ring site, 32SH, Sheridan County, North Dakota: An archaeological salvage project in the Garrison Author: Fred Schneider.
After graduation in December Holliday’s part-time job with the Texas Archaeological Salvage Project became full-time. This was in the earliest days of CRM archaeology and Holliday spent his days making maps and other report illustrations eventually working his way up to a field archaeologist.
Archaeological salvage of the Hapuna-Anaehoomalu section of the Kailua-Kawaihae Road (Queen Kaahumanu Highway), Island of Hawaii (Hawaii historic preservation report) [Rosendahl, Paul H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Archaeological salvage of the Hapuna-Anaehoomalu section of the Kailua-Kawaihae Road (Queen Kaahumanu Highway)Author: Paul H Rosendahl. Archeological Investigations at the Original Site of the Macgregor House, Austin County, Texas. Dessamae Lorrain.
Texas Archeological Salvage Project Research Report,1. Austin: University of Texas. (tDAR id: ). Rescue archaeology, sometimes called commercial archaeology, preventive archaeology, salvage archaeology, contract archaeology, or compliance archaeology, is state-sanctioned, for-profit archaeological survey and excavation carried out in advance of construction or other land conditions could include, but are not limited to, highway projects, major.
Assessment of the Archeological Resources To Be Affected By the Taylors Bayou Drainage and Flood Control Project, Texas. Lawrence E. Aten. Texas Archeological Salvage Project, Research Report,1.
Austin: University of Texas. (tDAR id: ). Walakpa Archaeological Salvage Project. likes. Information on the archaeological salvage of the eroding Walakpa site. This is the second article in a series detailing archaeological results from salvage excavations conducted in northern Iraq during the s and early s.
The Normandy Archaeological Project was a rescue excavation designed to preserve the archaeological history of the area before it became submerged by the construction of the Normandy Reservoir Dam through funding from the Tennessee Valley the construction of the dam, historic information about that area could not be accessed, so prior to the construction of the dam, as.
Assessment of the Archeological Resources To Be Affected By the Cedar Bayou Navigation Project, Texas. Harry J. Shafer. Texas Archeological Salvage Project, Research Report,1. Austin: University of Texas. (tDAR id: ). OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages illustrations, map 28 cm.
Series Title: Texas Archeological Salvage Project.; Papers Other Titles: Stillhouse. Sixth report of the Normandy archaeological project. Chattanooga, TVA, pp. Faulkner, Charles H.
& Major C.R. McCollough, eds. Third report of the Normandy Reservoir salvage project: testing program, lithic annealing project, & report on plant & faunal remains from the Banks III site. Knoxville, TVA, pp. Futato, Eugene M. Prepared for Department of Transportation, State of Hawaii.
Bishop Museum Report Honolulu: Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Department of Anthropology, _____. Archaeological Salvage of the Ke-a hole to Anaehoomalu Section of the Kailua-Kawaihae Road (Queen Kaahumanu Highway), Island of Hawaii.
Hawaii Historic Preservation Report Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. The program was a part of a unique salvage effort, sponsored by the federal government, to sample, record, and document important parts of our national heritage before these remains were destroyed.
The construction of dams and reservoirs, the stabilizing of river banks, and a host of additional water control and hydroelectric projects are. the o. - via its president re its summer salvage project - has been finalized. L~e salvage project of the o.
would not have been possible without the guidance and financial assistance of the National Museums of Canada and its Section j the Archaeological Survey of Canada.
The Legislative Committee of the o. put the finishing. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Richland Creek Archaeological Project Subject: Salvage archaeology -- Texas -- Richland-Chambers Reservoir Region Subject: Indians of North America -- Texas -- Richland-Chambers Reservoir Region -- Antiquities.
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Archaeological excavations at the Garrison Tipi Ring Site, 32ML, McLean County, North Dakota: An archaeological salvage project Author: Kent N Good. The Smithsonian's River Basin Surveys (RBS) were part of a large-scale mid-twentieth century archaeological salvage program.
Many artifact collections associated with the RBS are curated by the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Sincecrews from Rogers Archaeology Lab have been cataloging four of these collections, all from the.
Archaeological recovery was first considered when the Inland Empire Indian Relics Society approached Reclamation in with a plan to have an archaeologist supervise a crew hired by the Work Projects Administration (WPA) to conduct salvage archaeology in the reservoir area.
Neither Reclamation nor WPA had funds for such work, however. Over the years, the MAS has been involved in several projects ranging from highway salvage to site surveys to the preservation of petroglyphs. In the process, they have dealt and cooperated with numerous state agencies, museums, colleges, as well as peer archaeological groups in Michigan and other states.
Inan archaeological salvage project was carried out in the Radio Shack Building which was to be razed to make way for the Paseo del Alamo, a new city park linking Alamo Plaza to the San Antonio River Walk. Archaeology was conducted at the site by CAR archaeologists between July of and June of Canton El Tablón belonged to the Municipality of Suchitoto, Cuscatlan, El Tablón was one of many cantons in the surrounding area that was flooded as a result of the Cerron Grande Hydroelectric Dam built in El Salvador between that created the artificial Lago Suchitlan.
According to former residents of El Tablon, the area was divided up into four main wikt:caseríos or.Patricia Joan Vinnicombe (17 March – 30 March ) was a South African archaeologist and artist, known for identifying and copying San rock paintings in the valleys and foothills of the Drakensberg.
Her work transformed the study of rock art into a science. She was also active in the preservation of Aboriginal art in Western Australia. Early Life and career.
Vinnicombe was born in the.