|Report Number||Author(s)||Title||Abstract Summary||County||Year|
|1||Jefferies, Richard W.||Archaeological Survey of Lookout Valley, Georgia||
Until recently, archaeological research in the Southeast has been oriented toward the excavation of a relatively disjointed collection of sites, with particular emphasis on the excavation of mounds and large habitation areas.
|2||Christensen, William F.||Results of Archaeological Field Survey of Sewerage Treatment Site.||
A field survey to locate archaeological resources was carried out on February 19 and 27 on the site. This field failed to turn up any cultural resources on the proposed sewerage treatment site.
|3||Holmes, Lynn||I-20 Interstate 1971||
The following report covers a survey of the archaeological and historical resources threatened with destruction by the future construction of Atlanta to Birmingham Interstate Route 20 in Douglas, Carroll, and Haralson Counties in Georgia. The survey was started in March 1971 by John H.
|4||Meier, Lawrence W.||An Appraisal of the Archaeological Resources, Cobb, and Fulton Counties, Georgia and Other Related Areas of the Chattahoochee River Valley||
It was learned that the well-documented site of Standing Peach Tree (9-Co-1) would soon be taken by the Chattahoochee Treatment Plant, a combined facility of Cobb and Fulton Counties.
|5||McCluskey, George H., Larson, Lewis H.||Archaeological Salvage Investigations at the Cooleewahee Creek and Pineland Sites in Baker County, Georgia||
|6||Honerkamp, Nicholas||Archaeological Field Survey of the Alvin W. Vogtle Nuclear Plant Property in Burke County, Georgia||
It can be seen that areas of occupation that were found were located exclusively near and on bluff regions.
|7||Crook, Morgan Raymond||WGC 25 Euharlee Creek Site||
A vast majority of the surface material was encountered on the west side of the creek, in the flood plain, approximately 100 yards north of the Nathan Dean Highway along the edge of a cultivated field.
|8||Sheldon, Craig T.||A Preliminary Archaeological Survey of the Northern Shore of Colonel's Island, Glynn County, Georgia||
On February 2 and 8, and March 2, 1975, a total of twelve hours was spent conducting a surface survey for possible archaeological and historical sites on the extreme northern end of Colonel's Island, Glynn County, Georgia. The survey was limited to the following areas: 1).
|9||Kohler, Timothy||Archaeological Survey of Potential Industrial Sites||
|10||Sheldon, Craig T., Johnson, Kenneth W.||A Preliminary Archaeological Survey of Structure No. 80, Lower Little Tallapoosa River Watershed, Carroll County, Georgia, Volume 1||