|Report Number||Author(s)||Title||Abstract Summary||County||Year|
|18||Nielsen, Jerry T.||A Cultural Resources Survey of the Area Affected by the Suck Bend Reach Channel Improvement Chattahoochee River, in the Vicinity of Ft. Gains, Georgia||
|20||Nielsen, Jerry T.||A Cultural Resources Survey of Areas Affected by the Proposed Flood Control Levee on Sweetwater Creek, Austell, Georgia||
|29||Nielsen, Jerry T.||A Cultural Resources Survey of Area Affected by the Proposed Flood Control Project on Town Branch, Summerville, Georgia||
|89||Nielsen, Jerry T.||Cultural Resources Survey Washhouse Location, Van Pugh Park Lake Lanier, Georgia||
On 12 July 1978, Mobile District Archaeologists performed a cultural resources survey of a proposed camper washhouse location at Van Pugh Park, Lake Sidney Lanier, Georgia. One archaeological site was located within the proposed construction area.
|93||Nielsen, Jerry T.||Anthropology Study of Nine Central Georgia Counties||
In the summer of 1965 the Heart of Georgia Planning and Development Commission gave a grant to Georgia State College to conduct a survey of its 9 member counties: Bleckly, Pulaski, Wilcox, Dodge, Laurens, Wheeler, Montgomery, Telfair and Treutlen.
|962||Seckinger, Ernest W., Nielsen, Jerry T.||Historic Resource Survey Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Dougherty County, Georgia||
During the week of March 26-30, 1990, Mobile District archaeologists Ernie Seckinger and Jerry Nielsen surveyed MCLB-Albany for historic properties. The survey discovered 8 new archaeological sites and attempted to find one known site.
|4788||Nielsen, Jerry T.||Preliminary Report on an Archaeological Survey of the Heart of Georgia Planning and Development Commission Area||
During the summer of 1965, Georgia State College, under contract to the Heart of Georgia Planning and Development Commission of Eastman, Georgia, conducted an archaeological survey of nine central Georgia counties, Bleckley, Dodge, Laurens, Montgomery, Pulaski, Telfair, Treutlen, Wheeler and Wil
|6199||Nielsen, Jerry T.||Archaeological Reconnaissance at Martin's Crossing on the Chattahochee River Atlanta Georgia||
On November 4, 1972, I met with Mr. Bob Crawford of AdamsCrawford Realty Company to inspect land they owned bordering the Chattahoochee River at Martin's Crossing. In a previous telephone conversation with Mr.
|6232||Nielsen, Jerry T.||Project FF-114-1(12) Loop, Cobb County||
A survey to determine the cultural resources of the project was made by the Environmental Analysis Bureau's staff archaeologist. The project is entirely within an urban area. A small creek along Alternate I was examined with no archaeological evidence produced.
|7179||Nielsen, Jerry T.||Historic Resources Assessment Lake Blackshear, Lee County, Georgia (P.A. ID 081-00000)||
Lake Blackshear is located on the Flint River along the county lines of Worth, Crisp, Lee, Sumter, and Dooley Counties, Georgia. This hydroelectric project was built in 1930 and is operated by the Crisp County Power Commission. Lake Blackshear inundates approximately 8,700 acres.