2 edition of Archaeological Salvage Projects 1974. found in the catalog.
Archaeological Salvage Projects 1974.
National Museum of Man. Archaeological Survey of Canada.
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The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Normandy Reservoir Salvage Project: Seasons. Charles H. Faulkner, Major C. R. McCollough. Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the. Book Description: The six archaeological reports in this issue pertain to salvage operations carried out under contract with the Archaeological Survey of Canada, National Museum of Man. Three of the projects were located in southern Alberta, one each in northern and southern Saskatchewan, and one in southern Manitoba.
Walakpa Archaeological Salvage Project. likes. Information on the archaeological salvage of the eroding Walakpa site. Surface Collection Salvage Project of the Archaeological Sites at the Recreation Park for the Laborers Training & Retraining Trust for Southern California. David Smith. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections.
Cite this Record. Archaeological Resources of the Cardiff Sea Village Property, Appendix a Archaeological Salvage Report. David D. Smith and Associates. (tDAR id: ). 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.
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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 : Roscoe Wilmeth.
Get this from a library. Archaeological salvage projects, [R Wilmeth;] -- Includes projects on the Mackenzie Corridor, Dempster Highway and Kakisa Lake. Archaeological salvage projects, [R Wilmeth;] -- Includes projects on the Mackenzie Corridor, Dempster Highway and Kakisa Lake.
Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Archaeological salvage projects, Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, (DLC) Archaeological Salvage Projects, by Roscoe Wilmeth and Publisher University of Ottawa Press.
Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN: Archaeological salvage projects / Author: compiled by Roscoe Wilmeth. --Publication info: Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, Get this from a library. Archaeological salvage projects [William J Byrne;] -- Summary of 29 salvage projects carried out by Archaeological Survey throughout Canada, including several in Northwest Canada.
Archaeological Salvage Projects, Get this from a library. Archaeological salvage projects. [William J Byrne] -- Reports on 20 of the 25 archaeological salvage projects carried out in Included are investigations made in the Aishihik drainage system, Button Point, NWT and Cumberland Sound.
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Cover Download contents. Title, Series, In. Book Description: 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. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
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This report contains summary articles dealing with twenty-nine of these projects. Book Review: The Study of Animal Bones from Archaeological Sites Archaeological salvage operations were completed in September, During both the and seasons, the excavation project was directed by Dr.
William D. Lipe of the Anthropology Department, State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY), with Mrs. Dolores Elliott. Cite this Record. Reports of the Arkla Salvage Project.
Larry Neal. Contract Archaeology Series,1. Norman: Oklahoma Archaeological Survey. (tDAR id: ). The Katz Salvage Project Henning von Krogh Salvage Excavations at DfRs 3, the Whalen Farm Site Brian Seymour PDF The Excavations at McNaughton Island Roy L.
Carlson PDF Archaeological Survey of Seymour Inlet, Quatsino Sound, and Adjacent Localities Roy L. Carlson, Philip M. Hobler PDF A Historic Site Survey within Pre. construction projects 16 U.S.C.
a-1(a), Notification and request for preserva-tion of data Section 3 (a) Whenever any Federal agency finds, or is notified, in writing, by an appropriate historical or archeological authority, that its activities in connection with any Federal construction project or federally licensed project.
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Archaeological excavations at the Sprenger Tipi Ring site, 32SH, Sheridan County, North Dakota: An archaeological salvage project in the Garrison Author: Fred Schneider. 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. Cite this Record. Durango South Project: Archaeological Salvage.
Curtis Schaafsma, John D. Gooding. (tDAR id: ). This report summarizes the archaeological salvage investigations undertaken along the Belly River in southwestern Alberta. In the course of the project, numerous archaeological sites were located eroding into the river, and some of the more important localities were excavated.Excavations and Testing, Normandy Reservoir Salvage Project Seasons.
Normandy Archaeological Project, vol. 2, University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, Report of Investigations No. Knoxville. a Excavation of the Jernigan II Site (40CF37). In Seventh Report of the Normandy Archaeological Project, edited by Charles H.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 .