2 edition of Excavations at four sites in the Cypress Creek Basin, Conway County, Arkansas found in the catalog.
Excavations at four sites in the Cypress Creek Basin, Conway County, Arkansas
Lawrence Gene Santeford
|Other titles||Cypress Creek Basin.|
|Series||Arkansas Archeological Survey research report -- no. 24|
|Contributions||Martin, William A., Hemmings, E. Thomas.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 294 p. :|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||85070206|
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Martin, William A.; Hemmings, E. Thomas; Santeford. Excavations at four sites in the Cypress Creek Basin, Conway County, Arkansas. Fayetteville, Ark. (P.O. BoxFayetteville ): Arkansas Archeological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Excavations at Four Sites in the Cypress Creek Basin, Conway County, Arkansas. Lawrence G. Santeford, Others. Arkansas Archeological Survey Research Report,1. Fayetteville: Arkansas Archeological Survey. (tDAR id: )Author: Lawrence G.
Santeford. Conway County was established by an act of the territorial legislature on Octofrom land taken from Pulaski was named for Henry Wharton Conway, a member of the Arkansas Territory’s delegation to the time, it comprised 2, square miles and included most of the present Conway, Faulkner, Van Buren, White, Cleburne, and Excavations at four sites in the Cypress Creek Basin counties and part of Yell County.
Author of Excavations at four sites in the Cypress Creek Basin, Conway County, Excavations at four sites in the Cypress Creek Basin, Conway County, Arkansas by Lawrence Gene Santeford. First published in Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology), Historic sites, Indians of North America.
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An intensive cultural resources archaeological survey with site evaluation was conducted within the Fourche Creek Flood Control Project Area, Pulaski County, Arkansas. The area examined consisted of a mile reach of Fourche Creek, a mile reach of Rock Creek, and a mile reach of Grassy Flat Creek.
Perttula documented ceramic vessels from 39 burials at a Late Caddo Titus phase (ca. A.D. ) cemetery at the Henry Spencer site (41UR) in the Little Cypress Creek basin. The ultimate road trip planner to help you discover extraordinary places, book hotels, and share itineraries all from the map.
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The files provided for download on this page are in Portable Document Format (PDF). The Conway Water Supply: Results of Archeological Survey and Testing and Historical Survey of a Proposed Reservoir Area in Conway County, Arkansas by Lawrence Gene Santeford published 1 edition.
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Lewis and Lewis () studied the Eva Site, Benton County, Tennessee and identified four variants of the Eva point. The first two they listed as Eva Type I and Eve Type II, the other two they named Cypress Creek Type I and Cypress Creek Type II.
However, the never described the Cypress Creek Type II (Nance, ). Datum of gage changed from ft above NGVDadjustment to NAVDadjustment, on Oct. 1, New datum is ft below previous datum. Four years later: Why one Houston realtor says he gave up on points collected during excavation at the archaeological site of a Native American campsite on Cypress Creek.
Native Americans. This report details excavations at the Kitchen Branch site (41CP) in Camp County, Texas. Working on behalf of the Texas Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration, archeologists from AmaTerra Environmental, Inc., Archeological and Environmental Consultants, LLC, Hicks & Company Environmental, Archeological, and.
This website is provided as a service to the general public by the members of the Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition. It is intended to be used as a source of information to assist neighborhood communities located in the Cypress Creek Watershed and elsewhere develop awareness, analyze risks and plan methods for dealing with storm water flooding and.
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expand no () view volume. Late Holocene Settlement in the Taylor Bayou Drainage Basin: Test Excavations at the Gaulding Site (41JF27), Jefferson County, Texas The Gaulding site, 41JF27, was excavated in by the participants in the fourth summer field school of the Texas Archeological Society.
The acre basin site is located just north of Little Cypress Creek, between Kluge Road and Longwood Trace Drive, and a few miles upstream of the confluence with Cypress Creek.Cypress Creek Cottages on Cypress Creek offers deluxe short and long term vacation rental accommodations for families and groups staying in Wimberley, Texas.
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