|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.