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An Archaeological Survey of Proposed Sewage Processing Facilities, Social Circle, Georgia

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The following report summarizes the results of an archaeological survey of areas to be affected by proposed modifications and additions to the sewage processing facilities serving the City of Social Circle, Georgia. The proposed sites which were surveyed consisted of approximately 2000 feet of proposed sewer line right-of-way located south of Ronthor Drive, 1000 feet of proposed sewer line right-of way along West Wildwood Drive, as well as the area of proposed modification to the existing sewage treatment plant located south of Vine Circle. Dr. Paul R. Fish, University of Georgia, acted as principal investigator for the project. The fieldwork was conducted by University of Georgia archaeologist Richard W. Jefferies. Fieldwork was done on March 26, 1978. Field survey required 1.0 person/day to complete, with an additional 1.0 person/day required for laboratory analysis and report preparation.