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Three Sites On Sandy Run : Phase Ii Evaluation Of Sites 9cam183, 184, And 185 At Kings Bay, Georgia, Robin L. Smith, R. Bruce Council, Rebecca Saunders Nov 1985

Three Sites On Sandy Run : Phase Ii Evaluation Of Sites 9cam183, 184, And 185 At Kings Bay, Georgia, Robin L. Smith, R. Bruce Council, Rebecca Saunders

Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology Reports

A program of testing and evaluation for three sites on a creek called Sandy Run in the Cherry Point area of the Naval Submarine Support Base at Kings Bay was conducted by the Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Sampling strategies varied among the sites but all testing employed 1 x 2 m excavation units sifted through quarter-inch mesh screen. Assemblages included ceramics and lithics from early prehistoric nonshell deposits, ceramics, lithics, and faunal remains from later prehistoric surface shell middens, and a wide range of late 18th/early 19th century domestic and agricultural artifacts ...


On The Waterfront : Archaeological Research At Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, Georgia, Nicholas Honerkamp, R. Bruce Council, Elizabeth J. Reitz Jan 1985

On The Waterfront : Archaeological Research At Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, Georgia, Nicholas Honerkamp, R. Bruce Council, Elizabeth J. Reitz

Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology Reports

The results of documentary research and archaeological survey and testing of the riverbank area at Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, Georgia, are described. Carried out by the Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology in August of 1983, the fieldwork consisted of a systematic transect survey, intensive hand excavation of judgementally placed test units, and excavation of a test trench to locate suspected earthworks. A combined total of 45.25 square meters of surface area was investigated using this approach. Survey and testing was necessitated by planned anti-erosion measures along the riverbank that will result in subsurface disturbances to ...