|Report Number||Author(s)||Title||Abstract Summary||County||Year|
|23||Rogers, Anne Frasier, Dickens, Roy S.||Archaeological Survey Covington, Recreation Area: Preliminary Report||
|121||Rogers, Anne Frasier, Fish, Paul R.||An Archaeological Survey of Four Proposed Water Treatment Facility Construction Sites Located in Spalding County, Georgia||
|194||Rogers, Anne Frasier, Dickens, Roy S.||An Archaeological and Historical Survey of the William H. Reynolds Memorial Nature Preserve, Clayton County, Georgia||
In December 1978, a historical evaluation of a tract of land known as the William H. Reynolds Memorial Nature Preserve, located in Clayton County, Georgia, was conducted by David Pinson under the direction of Dana F. White.
|1257||Rogers, Anne Frasier, Brown, Jane L.||Cultural Resources Survey of Selected Areas in Compartments 37, 42, 43, and 44, Tallulah Ranger District, Rabun County, Georgia||
During August 1994 cultural resources surveys were conducted in Compartments 37, 42, 43, and 44 in the Tallulah Ranger District, Rabun County, Georgia (Figure 1).
|5365||Rogers, Anne Frasier, Dickens, Roy S.||An Archaeological Survey of Three Tracts in Summerville, Cedartown, and Cartersville, Georgia||
No evidence of prehistoric or historic archaeological remains was discovered during the survey or in the search of early maps. The collapsed remains of a flat-roofed shed were found in the southwest section of the tract near Bolling Road.
|5576||Rogers, Anne Frasier, Dickens, Roy S.||An Archaeological Survey of Proposed Sewer Line Construction Easements In and Near Fayetteville, Fayette County||
No evidence of either prehistoric or historic occupation was encountered in this survey.
|5997||Rogers, Anne Frasier||Archaeological Survey of Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park||
An archaeological survey of Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park was conducted in the summer of 1975 under the terms of Contract No. CX 500050230 between the National Park Service and the University of Georgia.
|6085||Rogers, Anne Frasier, Dickens, Roy S.||Archaeological Survey: Proposed Recreational Development, Gainesville, Georgia||
In September and October of 1976, an archaeological-historical survey was conducted by Anne F. Rogers, under the direction of Roy S. Dickens, Jr. and Timothy Crimmins, on a tract of land near Gainesville, Georgia.
|9371||Crimmons, Timothy J., Rogers, Anne Frasier, Dickens, Roy S.||Historical and Archaeological Assessment of the Cascade Springs Property||
An archaeological survey of the Cascade Springs property was conducted between June 5 and July 2, 1977. This property lies south of Cascade Road, between Woodland Terrace on the east and Harbin Road on the west, and is surrounded by a developed urban area (Fig. 2).