|Report Number||Author(s)||Title||Abstract Summary||County||Year|
|81||Pearson, Charles E., Pearson, Sharon Goad||Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of Construction Project Areas on Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia Volume 1 and 2||
An archaeological survey of portions of Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia, located few archaeological sites. None of these sites will be adversely affected by proposed construction projects in the Refuge.
|82||Schnell, Frank T.||A Cultural Resource Assessment of Rigdon Park, Columbus, Georgia||
|83||Evans, E. Raymond, Brown, Jeffrey L.||Archaeological Reconnaissance of Proposed Outfall for the Expanded Chickamauga Wastewater Treatment Plant||
|84||Meier, Lawrence W.||A Report of Survey of the Long Island Creek Sewerage Project File: 303.136||
|85||Morgan, John R.||An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Access Road and Parking Lot at Providence Canyon State Park, Stewart County, Georgia||
The route of an access road and the site of a parking lot proposed for Providence Canyon State Park, Stewart County, Georgia, were archaeologically surveyed in November 1978. No areas of archaeological significance were identified by the survey.
|86||Watson, Claudia L., Wheaton, Thomas R.||Archaeological Survey of Proposed Land Application Site Claxton, Georgia, Project Number Es-1041a||
The Earth Systems Division of SSI is pleased to submit this final Archaeological Survey Report for the Claxton, Georgia Proposed Land Application Site. The report contains a detailed account of the findings and recommendations of our survey.
|87||Grosser, Roger D.||Appendix D. Archaeological and Vegetative Survey||
On July 26-27, 1978, an archaeological reconnaissance survey was conducted for the city of Villa Rica, Carroll County, Georgia, in the areas of the proposed pump stations and sewage system (Figure 2). The area covered by the sewage system is approximately 41-2 miles.
|88||Grosser, Roger D.||An Archaeological Survey, Housing Authority, Cave Spring, Georgia, 1978||
On February 24 and 26, 1978, an archaeological reconnaissance was conducted for the Housing Authority of Cave Spring, Georgia, in an area to be disturbed by building construction subsidized by the Federal Housing Authority. The project site encompasses 8.586 acres.
|89||Nielsen, Jerry T.||Cultural Resources Survey Washhouse Location, Van Pugh Park Lake Lanier, Georgia||
On 12 July 1978, Mobile District Archaeologists performed a cultural resources survey of a proposed camper washhouse location at Van Pugh Park, Lake Sidney Lanier, Georgia. One archaeological site was located within the proposed construction area.
|90||Grosser, Roger D.||An Archaeological Survey, Summerville, Georgia||
On September 5, 1978, an archaeological reconnaissance was conducted for the city of Summerville, Georgia, in the area to be used for construction of a new pipeline. The area covered by the pipeline lies north of the city limits of Summerville and west of U.S. Highway 27 (Figure 1).