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Barber, Gary D.

Report Number Author(s) Title Abstract Summary County Year
216 Barber, Gary D., Fish, Paul R. An Archaeological Survey of Structure 7, Upper Mulberry Creek Watershed, Gwinnett County, Georgia for the U.S.D.A.. Soil Conservation Service

Pursuant to a request from the Georgia State Office of the Soil Conservation Service, an archaeological survey of Structure 7, Upper Mulberry River Watershed Project, Gwinnett County, Georgia was conducted by University of Georgia archaeologists.

Gwinnett 1979
251 Barber, Gary D., Rudolph, James L. An Archaeological Survey in the Hudson River Watershed

This report summarizes the results of an archaeological survey in Banks, Franklin, and Madison Counties, Georgia, performed at the request of the Soil Conservation Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Banks 1979
625 Barber, Gary D., Dickens, Roy S. An Archaeological Survey of Clayton, Dekalb and Gwinnett Counties Georgia

Between September 1, 1973 and June 1, 1975, an archaeological survey was conducted in Clayton, DeKalb, and Gwinnett counties, Georgia by the Laboratory of Archaeology at Georgia State University under contract with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

Clayton 1976
1454 Barber, Gary D. An Archaeological Survey at the Bluff Creek Crossing, Engelhard Mineral and Chemical Corporation, Washington County, Georgia

This report summarizes the results of an archaeological and historical survey conducted at the request of the Engelhard Minerals and Chemicals Corporation at their kaolin mining facility in Washington County, Georgia (Figures 1 and 2). The survey was performed on May 9, 1979 by Gary D.

Washington 1979
9231 Barber, Gary D. Clayton County Project C-13039720; Reports Numbers Three and Four, Emmie Conine (Formerly Haney) Creek (3), Shoal Creek "D" (4)

The Emmie Conine Relief Sewer will be constructed in a heavily urbanized section of Morrow, Georgia. For much of its route, it parallels an existing sewer line and in some sectors, utilizes an existing permanent easement acquired for the original sewer.

Clayton 1977
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