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Report Number Author(s) Title Abstract Summary County Year
14785 Webb, Robert S., Tilley, Doug L. Phase I Cultural Resources Survey, Laura Lake Dam Rehabilitation, Cobb County, Georgia

This letter is in reference to a Department of the Army application for impacts to aquatic resources associated with the rehabilitation of the earthen dam that impounds Laura Lake, located south of Hunters Trail, north of I-75, in unincorporated Cobb County, Georgia (Latitude 33.237798, Lon

Cobb 2022
14786 Elliott, Daniel T., Burns, Jason Archaeological Survey and Ground Penetrating Radar Survey on Portions of the Village, St. Simons Island, Georgia

Archaeological investigation at a small portion of the St. Simons Island village (9Gn318) in Glynn County, Georgia was provided by the LAMAR Institute, Savannah, Georgia.

Glynn 2007
14787 Pluckhahn, Thomas J., Braley, Chad O. Recent Excavations of the Historic Creek Components at the Tarver (9JO6) and Little Tarver (9JO198) Sites, Macon, Georgia

Sixty years ago, archeologist Charles Fairbanks (1954, 1956) provided our first glimpse of early historic Creek material culture with the WPA era work at the Macon Plateau site, which includes the remnants of one of the towns that was occupied by the Creek Indians who were living in the Ocm

14788 Pokrant, Marie E., Lunsford, Janae, Loubser, Johannes H. N., Lowry, Sarah, Wood, M. Jared, Tankersley, Matthew Phase II Archaeological Excavation of Site 9TP919, 9TP920, and 9TP1103 for the LaGrange Bypass from County Road 282/Youngs Mill Road to State Route 1/US 27

New South Associates, Inc. (NSA) conducted Phase II testing at sites 9TP919, 9TP920, and 9TP1103 in Troup County, Georgia. The work was conducted on behalf of the Georgia department of Transportation (GDOT) and in support of the LaGrange Bypass Project (Pl No.0014077).

Troup 2022
14789 McQueen, Bryce UGA Biological Sciences Building Facade Condition Assessment

The purpose of the building enclosure assessment performed by Merik was to evaluate the existing exterior walls, fenestration, and related building enclosure facade elements to assist UGA OUA in identifying and prioritizing potential repairs or rehabilitation of the various facade systems.

Clarke 2021
14790 Elliott, Daniel T., Dean, Tracy M. The Nash Farm Battlefield: History and Archaeology

The LAMAR Institute led a study of Civil War action at the Nash Farm property in Henry County, Georgia. This property was the scene of two important battles of Major General William Tecumseh Sherman's Atlanta Campaign in late August and early September, 1864.

Henry 2007
14791 Price, George D. Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey for Proposed Sewer Line Fannin County, Georgia

Apalachee Research Archaeological Consultants, Inc. contracted with Carter and Sloope, Inc. to complete a Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey in compliance with the provisions of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.

Fannin 2021
14792 Powers, Erin, Stitcher, David Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Kinder Morgan/Rome HWY 411 HDD

The project entails the construction through horizontal directional drilling of a pipeline tie-in to a previously constructed pipeline perpendicular to Highway 411 in Rome, GA. Temporary workspace is required to the north and south of Highway 411.

Floyd 2021
14793 Smith, Andrew M. Archaeological Records Check & Phase IA Archaeological Reconnaissance for the Proposed Dougherty Telecommunications Tower in Dougherty County, Georgia

In response to a request from Ignite Wireless, Inc., RESCOM Environmental Corp., has completed a Phase Ia archaeological reconnaissance and records check for a proposed telecommunications tower site in Dougherty County, Georgia (Figure 1).

Dougherty 2021
14794 Webb, Robert S. Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of Five Study Radii Proposed Magnolia Pointe Development Project Paulding County, Georgia

During January and May 2021, R.S. Webb & Associates (RSWA) conducted a cultural resources literature review and Phase I cultural resources field survey of five 100-meter (m) study radii within the Magnolia Pointe development tract in Paulding County, Georgia.

Paulding 2021