|Report Number||Author(s)||Title||Abstract Summary||County||Year|
|120||Rudolph, James L.||Holloway Avenue Relief Outfall Sewer Archaeological Survey Albany, Georgia||
This report summarizes the results of an archaeological survey of the proposed Holloway Avenue Relief Outfall Sewer (Figures 1 and 2) performed at the request of the City of Albany, Georgia.
|142||Rudolph, James L.||Cultural Resource Survey of Two Proposed Recreation Areas in the Aqualand Marina Area, Hall County, Georgia||
|189||Rudolph, James L., Smith, Marvin T.||An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Landfill Site, Rabun County, Georgia||
An archaeological survey was conducted at a proposed 60 acre landfill site in Rabun County, Georgia. Two and a half man days were required to complete the field investigations.
|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.
|365||Rudolph, James L.||Archaeological Survey at a Proposed Storm Drainage Ditch near Radium Springs, Georgia||
On August 1, 1979 an archaeological survey was conducted at the mouth of a proposed storm drainage ditch north of Radium Springs in Dougherty County, Georgia (Figures 1 and 2).
|403||Rudolph, James L., Fish, Paul R.||An Archaeological Survey of the Tri-County RC&D Area, Treutlen and Wheeler Counties, Georgia for the U.S.D.A. Soil Conservation Service||
The Tri-County Resource Conservation and Development (RC &D) Area Survey involved the archaeological and historical reconnaissance of three recreation areas near the Oconee River in Treut1en and Wheeler Counties, Georgia (Figure 1). The U.S.D.A.
|429||Rudolph, James L., Fish, Paul R.||An Archaeological Survey in the Clark Hill and Hartwell Reservoirs, Georgia and South Carolina||
An archaeological survey for prehistoric and historic sites was conducted at 8 small tracts along Clark Hill Reservoir and at 7 small tracts along Hartwell Reservoir. Both reservoirs the Savannah River in Georgia and South Carolina.
|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.