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Mitchell, Ruthanne L.

Report Number Author(s) Title Abstract Summary County Year
575 Poplin, Eric C., Mitchell, Ruthanne L. Archaeological Survey and Site Testing the Proposed Dog River Reservoir, Douglas County, Georgia

This report presents the results of archaeological survey and testing in a proposed reservoir on Dog River, Douglas County, Georgia. These investigations were conducted under the auspices of, and funded by, the Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority.

Douglas 1988
691 Crook, Morgan Raymond, Mitchell, Ruthanne L. Cherry Hill Plantation Development

None Present.

Bryan 1983
704 Espenshade, Christopher T., Mitchell, Ruthanne L. Archaeological Testing of 3 Cultural Properties (T) 9Ri C.p. 3, (T) 9Ri C.p. 4, and (T) 9Bur C.p. 29

Archaeological testing was conducted within Designated Work Areas (study areas) at three cultural properties within the proposed corridor of the Vogtle-Goshen Electric Transmission Line, in Burke and Richmond Counties, Georgia.

Burke 1985
835 Gardner, Jeffrey W., Mitchell, Ruthanne L. Documentation Langdale Hydroelectric Generating Project (Ferc #2341), Riverview Hydroelectric Generating Project (Ferc 2350), Chambers County, Alabama, Harris County, Georgia

Resource Inventory I studies were conducted for the Langdale and Riverview Hydroelectric Generating projects (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission [FERC] Project Nos. 2341 and 2350, respectively) between December 1 and 31, 1987.

Harris 1987
917 Brockington, Paul E., Mitchell, Ruthanne L. Cultural Resources Survey of Marta's Indian Creek Line and Station

A cultural resources survey was conducted for the proposed MARTA Indian Creek Line (1.5 miles) and Station (50 acres) in DeKalb County, Georgia. The research effort included historical background review, an architectural survey, and an archaeological survey.

DeKalb 1989
13597 Smith, Marvin T., Mitchell, Ruthanne L. Archaeological Testing at Site 28 Fort Howard Tract Effingham County, Georgia

Garrow and Associates conducted archaeological testing Site 28, an early nineteenth century farmstead, in Effingham County development tract for the proposed Fort Howard Paper Company plant site. A crew of six spent a total of eleven days testing Site 28.

Effingham 1985
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