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Final Report on Archaeological Survey 1 Chattahoochee National Forest, Rabun County, Georgia, Volume 1 - Text

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This report describes the results of an archaeological survey of seven compartments of the Chattahoochee National Forest in Rabun County, Georgia. Five of these compartments are scheduled for trade while two were surveyed to aid in management planning by the United States Forest Service. The location of these areas arc shown in Figure 1.

The field survey was conducted between August 8, 1975 and September 5, 1975. Laboratory analysis and report writing were conducted between September 15, 1975 and January 30, 1976.

The survey was funded and this report prepared under the provisions of a contractural agreement between the U. S. Forest Service and the Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia. This report complies with the specifications of the contract (see attached copy in Appendix I).

Messrs. Ernest W. Seckinger, Jr., James Bates and Thomas Gresham conducted the field survey. Laboratory management and analysis were accomplished by Messrs. Seckinger, Chung Ho Lee and Puma Mohanty. Seckinger was also primarily responsible for writing the report. Donald A. Graybill, Principal Investigator, provided supervision of all phases of the project and assisted in report writing.