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Braley, Chad O.

Report Number Author(s) Title Abstract Summary County Year
74 Braley, Chad O. A Preliminary Archeological Survey of the Discovery Tract, Cobb County, Georgia

This report summarizes the results of a reconnaissance level archeological survey of the Discovery tract, a 720 acre parcel owned by Bessemer Properties, the Atlanta based division of Bessemer Securities Corporation.

Cobb 1987
169 Braley, Chad O. Archaeological Testing in the Etowah Valley National Register District, Georgia DOT Project BRZLB-0015(2), Bartow County, Georgia

Through controlled archaeological testing within the proposed right-of-way of a new bridge project it has been determined that there will be an adverse effect on one of two prehistoric sites included in the Etowah Valley National Register District.

Bartow 1979
318 Braley, Chad O., Smith, Robin L. Preliminary Report Secondary Testing of Kings Bay Archaeological Sites

Current archeological investigations at Kings Bay, Camden County, Georgia, are being conducted by the University of Florida under contract number N00025-79-C-0012 with the U. S. Department of the Navy. Principal  investigator is Charles H.

Camden 1980
462 Braley, Chad O. Cultural Resource Survey of the Ifv Ranges, Fort Benning, Georgia

Southeastern Wildlife Services, Inc., Athens, Georgia, was selected to conduct a cultural resources survey on two parcels of land situated within the boundaries of Ft. Benning Military Reservation, Muscogee County, Georgia.

Muscogee 1985
551 Braley, Chad O., Doyon, Roy R. Phase II: Cultural Resources Survey of the Factory Shoals Wilderness Park, Newton County, Georgia

A cultural resources survey was conducted on 77 ha (190 acres) of the Phase II property acquired by Newton County, Georgia for the development of a wilderness park. Twenty archeological sites were discovered, two of which are nineteenth century mill ruins.

Newton 1985
610 Braley, Chad O., Gresham, Thomas H. The Carmouche Site: Archaeology in Georgia's Western Fall Line Hills

The excavations at, the Carmouche site Ome2l ) are described in detail. The site is a multicomponent, stratified archeological site located on Upatoi Creek within the Fort Benning Military Reservation.

Muscogee 1985
620 Braley, Chad O. The Archaeological Survey of the Ocmulgee Riverfront Park, Macon, Georgia

Eight hectares of floodplain of the Ocmulgee River was surveyed for significant cultural resources prior to the development of a river front park. Survey methods involved documentary research, subsurface testing, and surface reconnaissance. No prehistoric or historic sites were located.

Bibb 1984
642 Braley, Chad O., Doyon, Roy R. The Archaeological Confirmation of Fort Argyle (9Bn28) Bryan County, Georgia

Archeological testing was undertaken, at the site of Fort Argyle (9Bry28) , one of the earliest frontier forts constructed in Georgia (1733). The primary goal of the project was to confirm the site's location through archeological and historical methods.

Bryan 1985
678 Braley, Chad O. Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Madison-union Point Transmission Line and the Lickskillet Substation Greene County, Georgia

A cultural resources survey of portions of the proposed Madison - Union Point 115 kV transmission line was conducted in July and August, 1985, for Oglethorpe Power Corporation. Surveyed were 10.9 mi of existing transmission line, 2 mi of new right-of-way, and the Lickskillet substation site.

Greene 1985
679 Smith, Charlotte A., Braley, Chad O. Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Pecan City Transmission Line and Substation Dougherty County, Georgia

A cultural resources survey of nearly 4.5 mi (7.2 km) of 115 kV transmission line and a 6 ac (2.4 ha) tract for a proposed 115/12kV substation was conducted in November, 1985, by Southeastern Archeological Services, Inc., for Oglethorpe Power Corporation.

Dougherty 1985
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