|Report Number||Author(s)||Title||Abstract Summary||County||Year|
|290||Elliott, Daniel T.||Archaeological Survey and Testing at 9Wh42||
An archaeological survey of a proposed multi unti appartment complex in downtown Cleveland, Georgia was conducted. A new site, 9Wh42, was identified and tested.
|471||Elliott, Daniel T.||Flint River Archaeological Survey and Testing Albany, Georgia||
This report details an archaeological survey and testing program conducted at the Georgia Power Company's Flint River Project in Albany, Georgia, in June 1982. The project was required to satisfy licensing requirements for day-use public recreation facilities within the Flint River Project.
|713||Blanton, Dennis B., Elliott, Daniel T.||CRM: Vogtle - Effingham - Thalmann 500 Kv Electric Transmission Line, Gp-Sn-09: Resource Testing and Data Recovery Planning, 1985||
Archaeological testing and data recovery planning studies were conducted within two Designated Work Areas (DWAs) at cultural property GP-S.N.-09, Screven County, Georgia. At each DWA 13 two by two meter test units were excavated to sterile soil.
|716||Elliott, Daniel T., Brockington, Paul E.||Archaeological Testing of Portions of Cultural Property Gp-Sn-08, in Screven County, Georgia Within the Proposed Vogtle - Effingham - Thalmann Electric Transmission Line||
Test excavations were conducted on two Designated Work Areas on cultural property GP-S.N.-08P Screven County, Georgia.
|747||Elliott, Daniel T.||The Live Oak Soapstone Quarry, Dekalb County, Georgia||
|767||Elliott, Daniel T.||Archeological Survey of the Proposed Northrop Substation and Transmission Line, Peach and Houston Counties, Georgia||
This report details an archaeological survey of the proposed Northrop substation and transmission line located in Peach and Houston counties, Georgia. This survey located eight previously unknown archaeological sites and four isolated artifact finds.
|788||Elliott, Daniel T.||Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Oglethorpe Power Corporation Highway 54 230/12 Kv Substation and 230 Kv Transmission Line||
This report details an archaeological survey of the proposed Oglethorpe Power Corporation's Highway 54 transmission line and substation located in Fayette County, Georgia. This survey located eight previously unknown archaeological sites and five isolated artifact finds.
|829||Elliott, Daniel T.||Archaeological Reconnaissance of Portions of the Oconee National Forest||
An archaeological reconnaissance survey of 4768 acres within the Oconee National Forest, Georgia was conducted for the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. Areas surveyed were on eight Forest Service compartments in Greene, Jones, Putnam, and Jasper Counties.
|899||Elliott, Daniel T.||Cultural Resources Survey of Oglethorpe Power Corporation's Proposed Dudley 46/25 Kv Substation, Laurens County, Georgia||
This report documents the results of the cultural resources survey of the proposed Dudley 46/25 kV Substation, Laurens County, Georgia, for Oglethorpe Power Corporation. No cultural resources were encountered within the project area.
|950||Elliott, Daniel T.||Dirty Sock, a Mississippian Site in Clarke County, Georgia||