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Doyon, Roy R.

Report Number Author(s) Title Abstract Summary County Year
271 Doyon, Roy R., Ledbetter, Robert Jerald A Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Butler Creek Sewage Pipeline Corridor

An archaeological survey was conducted along the proposed Butler Creek Sewage pipeline corridor. Ten sites were identified within-the 2.4 mile long route. Seven of the sites will be directly impacted by the proposed pipeline construction.

Richmond 1980
317 Doyon, Roy R., Gresham, Thomas H. Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of the Proposed Factory Shoals Wilderness Park, Newton County, Georgia

A cultural resources reconnaissance was conducted of a 60 ha tract of land on the Alcovy River in Newton County, Georgia that is to be developed into a wilderness park. Nine archaeological sites were located, seven of which.

Newton 1981
551 Braley, Chad Orley, Doyon, Roy R. Phase II: Cultural Resources Survey of the Factory Shoals Wilderness Park, Newton County, Georgia

A cultural resources survey was conducted on 77 ha (190 acres) of the Phase II property acquired by Newton County, Georgia for the development of a wilderness park. Twenty archeological sites were discovered, two of which are nineteenth century mill ruins.

Newton 1985
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.

Chatham 1984
642 Braley, Chad Orley, Doyon, Roy R. The Archaeological Confirmation of Fort Argyle (9Bn28) Bryan County, Georgia

Archeological testing was undertaken, at the site of Fort Argyle (9Bry28) , one of the earliest frontier forts constructed in Georgia (1733). The primary goal of the project was to confirm the site's location through archeological and historical methods.

Bryan 1985
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