|Report Number||Author(s)||Title||Abstract Summary||County||Year|
|14363||Abbott, David||Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area Proposed Firebreak Maintenance Metal Detector Survey Screven County, Georgia||
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (D R) plans to maintain 3.2 miles of existing firebreaks within the state-owned Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area in Screven County, Georgia (Figure I and Figure 2).
|14364||Quirk, Phillip W., Silliman, Garrett W.||Addendum Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Clark Avenue Extension from SR 91/Jefferson Street to SR 3/Liberty Expressway and Phase II Evaluative Testing for Sites 9DU149 and 9DU189, Dougherty County, Georgia||
During March and April 2011, Edwards-Pitman Environmental, Inc.
|14365||Swanson, Mark T., Holcombe, Robert||C.S.S. Georgia Archival Study||
CSS Georgia, a Confederate ironclad constructed in Savannah in 1862 and scuttled in the Savannah River two years later, was virtually forgotten for over a hundred years. It was " rediscovered" in 1968, when a pipeline dredge working for the U.S.
|14366||Watts, Gordon P., James, Stephen R.||In Situ Archaeological Evaluation of the CSS Georgia Savannah Harbor, Georgia||
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, operates and maintains the Savannah Harbor Navigation Project and, in partnership with the Georgia Ports Authority, is examining the feasibility of deepening the Savannah Harbor navigation channel.
|14367||Seramur, Keith C., Lombardi, Kathryn M.||Historic Resources Survey Area 1S, Onslow Island, Savannah Harbor Expansion Project Chatham County, Georgia||
This report presents the results of a Historic Resources Survey conducted on behalf of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District in support of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP).
|14368||James, Stephen R., Watts, Gordon P.||CSS Georgia Archaeological Data Recovery and Mitigation for The Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP) Chatham County, Georgia, and Jasper County, South Carolina||
In accordance with 36 CFR Part 800, a Programmatic Agreement was signed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Savannah District, Georgia and South Carolina State Historic Preservation Offices, and the U.S.
|14369||Jones, Lucy D., O’Sullivan, Rebecca||Ground Penetrating Radar Survey at Panther Creek Cemetery, Station 120 Henry County, Georgia||
In March of 2021, Cardno was contacted by Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC (Transco) in regards to a small area of their property just outside their Compressor Station 120 (CS 120 or Station
|121185||Crawford, Peggy L.||Archaeological Survey of HES-003-3(23) Clarke County||
This is an archaeological survey of HES-003-3(23) located in Clarke County. The project consists of constructing a right turn lane on Collins Industrial Road at SR 8 just outside the Athens City Limits.
|121818||Price, George D., Wilson-Martin, Catherine||Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed 839-Acre Lancaster Solar Facility near Arlington in Calhoun County Georgia||
Project CSNHS-0008-00(431) would construct a compressed diamond interchange (ramp heads spaced 500 feet apart) at the existing at-grade signalized intersection of SR 316 with SR 53, with SR 53 spanning over SR 316. SR 53 is an existing two-lane roadway with rural shoulders.
|133768||Werner, William, Hendryx, Gregory S., Linville, Nicholas J.||ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF 50 ACRES WITHIN THE TOWNSEND BOMBING RANGE, LONG AND MCINTOSH COUNTIES, GEORGIA||
SEARCH conducted a Phase I archaeological survey of 50 acres at the Townsend Bombing Range (TBR) in Long and McIntosh Counties, Georgia. This project was completed on behalf of Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southeast under Contract No. N69450‐12‐D‐0078, Delivery Order No.