|Report Number||Author(s)||Title||Abstract Summary||County||Year|
|44||DePratter, Chester Burton||Report on an Archaeological Survey of a Sewage Treatment Facility in Alamo, Georgia||
The existing sewage treatment pond and enclosure were found to contain no evidence of prehistoric or historic period occupation.
|231||DePratter, Chester Burton||Report on an Archaeological Survey of Two Sewage Treatment Facilities in Hazelhurst, Georgia||
On September 19,1977, the author conducted an archaeological survey of two existing sewage oxidation pond facilities in Hazlehurst, Georgia. Modification of the two existing ponds is being planned for the City of Hazlehurst by Armour and Cape, Inc., Consulting Engineers, of Atlanta, Georgia.
|310||DePratter, Chester Burton||Additional Archaeological Survey along a Proposed Sewage Treatment Facility in Ashburn, Turner County, Georgia||
In May, 1978, Chung Ho Lee and Paul R. Fish conducted an archaeological survey of areas to be impacted by the proposed Ashburn, Georgia, 201 Facilities Plan. No archaeological sites were discovered as a result of survey by Lee and Fish (1978).
|422||DePratter, Chester Burton||Survey of Vegetative and Wildlife Species for the Proposed Project in Ashburn, Georgia Final Report||
|536||DePratter, Chester Burton||A Cultural Resource Survey of Springfield Canal||
Research on the Springfield Canal project, Chatham County, Georgia, consisted of a historic documents search and an archeological survey. The project area is on the western fringes of the city of Savannah in lowlands once drained by Musgrove Creek and its tributaries.
|617||DePratter, Chester Burton, Doyon, Roy R.||A Cultural Resource Survey of Placentia Canal, Chatham County, Georgia||
Research on the Placentia Canal project, Chatham County, Georgia, consisted of a historic documents search and an archeological survey. The project area is on the eastern fringes of the City of Savannah and on the western margin of Thunderbolt, Georgia.
|762||DePratter, Chester Burton||Report on an Archaeological Reconnaissance of Portions of Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Charlton and Ware Counties, Georgia||
This report concerns an archeological survey of a portion of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Charlton and Ware Counties, Georgia. The survey was conducted under Federal Activities Act Permit 80-GA-026.
|2683||DePratter, Chester Burton||Report on Survey and Excavations in Clayton County, Historical Jonesboro, Inc.-University of Georgia||
Archaeological survey was begun by the author on weekends beginning in May 1971 and becoming full-time in June 1971. Work continued through the summer and ended in mid-September. Five weekends of field work were carried out in the Fall of the same year.
|3466||DePratter, Chester Burton, Pearson, Charles E.||Reconnaissance Survey of Portions of Eastern Bryan County, Georgia||
During July of 1973 the authors conducted site visits and reconnaissance surveys of selected areas in eastern Bryan County, Georgia. The portion of the county examined extended from the mouth of the Ogeechee River south to the mouth of the Medway River.
|4857||DePratter, Chester Burton||Report on an Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Sewage Treatment Facility in Statesboro, Georgia||
On September 9,1977, the author conducted an archaeological survey of an area to be affected by expansion of an existing sewage treatment facility located approximately 2.5 miles (4.02 km) southeast of Statesboro, Georgia.