|Report Number||Author(s)||Title||Abstract Summary||County||Year|
|30||Hally, David Judson, Jefferies, Richard W.||An Archaeological Survey of Structures 1, 2, 3, 33, 51, and 60, Grove River Watershed, Jackson and Banks Counties, Georgia, 1975||
This report represents the results of a field survey of archaeological sites in five proposed construction areas in the Grove River Watershed, Jackson and Banks Counties, Georgia.
|62||Wood, W. Dean, Hally, David Judson||An Archaeological Survey of the Wallace Dam Tailrace||
This report will present the results of' an archaeological survey of Georgia Power Company’s Wallace Darn Tailrace in Hancock and Putnam Counties, Georgia.
|91||Hally, David Judson, Council, R. Bruce||A Preliminary Site Report for Archaeological Salvage Undertaken at 9Pm239 (Ross' or Merrell's Gristmill)||
|155||Hally, David Judson, Wood, W. Dean||Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Hamilton, Georgia 201 Site||
This report summarizes the archaeological survey of the proposed Hamilton, 201 Waste-Water Treatment Facility in Harris County, Georgia. The field work was conducted on February 16, 1979.
|253||Hally, David Judson, Quillian, Patricia M.||A Survey of Archaeological and Historical Resources on an Additional 14.78 Acres at Hurricane Shoals Park, Jackson County, Georgia||
This report relates the results of an archaeological survey on an additional 14-78 acres at Hurricane Shoals Park in Jackson County, Georgia (Fig. 1). Hurricane Shoals is located on the North Oconee River approximately seven miles from the city of Jefferson, Georgia.
|388||Hally, David Judson, Mitchell, William W.||An Archaeological Survey of Proposed Sewer System Improvements for the City of Vidalia, Toombs County, Georgia||
This report represents the results of an archaeological field survey of proposed city sewer system improvements in and near Vidalia, Toombs County, Georgia.
|430||Hally, David Judson, Rudolph, James L.||An Archaeological Survey in the Little Creek Watershed, Wheeler County, Georgia||
An archaeological survey was conducted at two small irrigation structures within the Little Creek Watershed in Wheeler County, Georgia, The total area surveyed was 12 hectares (29 acres).
|431||Hally, David Judson, Rudolph, James L.||An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Landfill Site in White County||
An archaeological survey was conducted at a proposed 14 to 18 hectare (35 to 45 acre) landfill site in White County, Georgia. Two man days were required to complete the field investigations, which entailed surface inspection of an unpaved road and subsurface inspection of forested areas.
|667||Hally, David Judson, Rudolph, James L.||Archaeological Investigations at the Beaverdam Creek Site (9Eb85), Elbert County, Georgia||
Extensive excavations of the Mississippi period Beaverdam Creek mound and its surrounding "village" midden are summarized. The mound was constructed around A.D. 1200-1250 and is associated with the Beaverdam phase of the Savannah culture.
|807||Hally, David Judson, Rudolph, James L.||West Point Lake Cultural Resources Survey: Final Report (Chambers, Alabama)||
This report describes the work conducted for the West Point Lake Cultural Resources Survey and Inventory, a project funded by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District.