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Interstate 95

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The following report covers a survey of the archaeological and historical resources threatened with destruction by the future construction of certain portions of Savannah to Jacksonville Interstate Route 95 in Chatham, Bryan, Liberty, Glynn and Camden Counties in Georgia. The survey was carried out in February and March 1971 by John H. House working for the Archaeology Division of the Georgia Historical Commission under the general direction of Gordon M. Midgette, Staff Archaeologist, under contract with the State Highway Department of Georgia. The survey was provided for and federally funded under Section 305 of Title 23 of the United States Code which provides for salvage of archaeological and paleontological resources threatened with destruction by federally. funded highway construction.

The survey was proposed to include sites of both pre-historic and historic Indian affiliation as well as' sites of non-aboriginal historic affiliation.