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Final archaeological investigations at prehistoric sites 7K-C-360 and Dover Downs (7K-C365A and B), state route 1 corridor, Kent County, Delaware

Lynn M. Riley

Final archaeological investigations at prehistoric sites 7K-C-360 and Dover Downs (7K-C365A and B), state route 1 corridor, Kent County, Delaware

by Lynn M. Riley

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Published by Delaware Dept. of Transportation in [Dover] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Dover (Del.),
  • Delaware,
  • Dover,
  • Kent County.
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Delaware -- Dover -- Antiquities,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Delaware -- Kent County,
    • Dover (Del.) -- Antiquities,
    • Delaware -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Lynn Riley, Scott C. Watson, and Jay F. Custer ; submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration and Delaware Department of State, Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, State Historic Preservation Office ; prepared for Delaware Department of Transportation, Division of Plannning, Location and Environmental Studies Office.
      SeriesDelDOT archaeology series ;, no. 105
      ContributionsWatson, Scott C., Custer, Jay F., 1955-, United States. Federal Highway Administration., Delaware. State Historic Preservation Office., Delaware. Dept. of Transportation. Division of Planning. Location and Environmental Studies Office.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.D3 R55 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 289 p. :
      Number of Pages289
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1240716M
      LC Control Number94622392
      OCLC/WorldCa31207396

      California Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) Archaeological Reports. The Cultural Resources Division of the California Department of Parks and Recreation has made arrangements with a private vendor to provide copies of the Archaeological Reports listed below to the general public. For the latest information on availability and prices email Coyote Press. Archaeological Resource Services (ARS) was retained to address issues relating to prehistoric and historic archaeological resources. Efforts to determine the Project’s potential to impact known and as yet unidentified archaeological historic properties (archaeological sites eligible for or already listed in the.

      7). A commonly drawn distinction, therefore, is that Prehistoric Archaeology deals with the period before written records and history deals with, in the narrow sense meaning-, the study of the past using written documents (Colin and Paul, ). In another word Prehistoric Archaeology deals with .   1 ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES There are two basic types of archaeological evidence which indicate the presence of an archaeological site, artifacts and features: Artifacts are defined as any portable object made and/or used by humans. Features are defined as non-portable evidence of past human behavior, activity, and technology.

      The Relevance of Higher Education: Exploring a Contested Notion by Trepanier, Lee, Fennell, Jon M., Warnick, Bryan R., Schwartz, Michael, Willis, Wayne, Johnston. About kilometers [ miles] northeast of Las Vegas, researchers from the Utah-based firm Logan Simpson discovered 19 separate sites containing a variety of stone points, biface blades, and other artifacts associated with the Paleoarchaic Period, an era ranging from 7, to 12, years ago.. Though scant and widely scattered, these pieces may help clarify the hazy history of human.


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Final archaeological investigations at prehistoric sites 7K-C-360 and Dover Downs (7K-C365A and B), state route 1 corridor, Kent County, Delaware by Lynn M. Riley Download PDF EPUB FB2

FINAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS AT PREHISTORIC SITES 7K-C AND DOVER DOWNS (7K-CA AND B), STATE ROUTE 1 CORRIDOR, KENT COUNTY, DELAWARE. DELDOT PROJECT DELDOT ARCHAEOLOGY SERIES NO.

FHWA FEDERAL AID PROJECT F(8) By. Lynn Riley, Scott C. Watson, and Jay F. Custer UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE. Department of Anthropology Center. Final archaeological investigations at prehistoric sites 7K-C and Dover Downs (7K-CA and B), state route 1 corridor, Kent County, Delaware.

[Dover]: Delaware Dept. of Transportation, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Final Archaeological Investigations at Prehistoric Sites 7K-C and Dover Downs (7K-CA and B), State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware.

Lynn Riley, Scott C. Watson, Jay F. Custer. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections National Cited by: 2. Final Archaeological Investigations at Prehistoric Sites 7K-C and Dover Downs (7K-CA and B), State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware.

Lynn Riley, Scott C. Watson, Jay F. Custer. Delaware Department of Transportation Archaeology Series,1. Dover, DE: Delaware Department of Transportation.

(tDAR id: )Cited by: 2. Final Archaeological Investigations at Prehistoric Sites 7K-C and Dover Downs (7K-CA and B), State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware DelDOT Archaeology Series No.

Table of Contents. For Edited Versions - See Disclaimer. Final Archaeological Investigations at Prehistoric Sites 7K-C and Dover Downs (7K-CA and B), State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware. Delaware Department of Transportation Archaeology Series No.

Dover. Shaffer, M., J. Custer, D. Grettler, S. Watson, and C. Delaware Department of Transportation Archaeology Series No. Dover. Riley, Lynn, Scott C Watson, and Jay F. Custer Final Archaeological Investigations at Prehistoric Sites 7KC and Dover Downs (7K-CSA and B), State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware.

Delaware Department of Transportation Archaeology Series No. Dover. Final Archaeological Investigations at Prehistoric Sites 7K-C and Dover Downs (7K-CA and B), State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware.

Delaware Department of Transporation Archaeology Series No. Dover. occupancy by prehistoric people, most likely during winter (Theler and Boszhardt, ). A total of 91 rock shelters have been identified in the UKVAD.

Distribution of Archaeology Sites A distribution study of archaeological sites is dependent upon three factors (Guccione, ).

The first is whether or not a site is preserved over time. Previous Archaeological Investigations and Background Overview: This section should include a statement that a site file search has been conducted at WVSHPO.

An overview of previous archaeological investigations should include the names of investigators, institutions, dates of work, research purposes, methods, and results. Thomas Jefferson directs the first controlled excavation of an ancient mound in Virginia, "the first scientific excavation in the history of archaeology." Applied historical archeological methods are used to find the French settlement of St.

Croix in order to settle a political boundary dispute between Britain. More than 3, years ago, an ancient American civilization known only as the Poverty Point culture constructed a gigantic, multi-rowed half circle of earthen mounds over a span of acres near the Mississippi River flood plain in Louisiana.

The purpose of the long, arched mounds is up for debate, perhaps a location for trade, or a settlement, or more likely an amphitheater-like ceremonial site. Previous archaeological surveys had recorded prehistoric archaeological sites. The records and literature pertaining to these sites and earlier investigations were recently summarized in a cultural research management plan for the lake.

The manage-ment plan recommended the shoreline survey. Three light scatters of waste flakes were located. Midwest Regional Office. Paul Gardner, Midwest Regional Director N High Street, Suite Columbus, OH () Some of Our Midwest Preserves Biesterfeldt Site (North Dakota) The Biesterfeldt site is the only sizable village site on the Sheyenne River, and the trade goods recovered from it date it to the mid- to late eighteenth century, the time when ethnographic and.

The models are in the early stages of their lifecycle and will be continually evaluated and occasionally updated. For proper use of the models in Cultural Resource Management investigations, please see the SHPO Guidelines for Archaeological Investigations in Pennsylvania (May ).

The datasets upon which the model was based were extracted at the start of the process in Fall Final Archaeological Investigations at Prehistoric Sites 7K-C and Dover Downs (7K-CA and B), State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware () Final Archaeological Investigations at the Carey Farm (7K-D-3) and Island Farm (7K-C) Sites, State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware (DRAFT As FINAL) ().

Final Archaeological Investigations at Prehistoric Sites 7K-C and Dover Downs (7K-CA and B), State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware (). Joseph Waller and Alan Leveillee's article on "Archaeological Investigations at Site RI in Cranston, Rhode Island: ANative America Steatite Processing Site" discusses the excavation and analysis of ashort-term, special purpose camp where final stage manufacture of soapstone bowls and other objects occurred.

The Mikoshiba site on the Japanese Archipelago dates betw RCYBP (Hayashi and the Kami-Ina Archaeological Society ). The Site has long, thin foliate bifaces. Archaeological surveys in New Jersey are guided by the HPO's Guidelines for Phase I Archaeological Investigations: Identification of Archaeological Resources, and Guidelines for Preparing Cultural Resources Management Archaeological Report Submitted to the Historic Preservation Office.

These guidelines complement the HPO's Guidelines for. technology, experimental archaeology, and the material culture of people living in marginal resource settings.

Although he has had the opportunity to study prehistoric archaeological sites around the world, he has never encountered a site quite like the Kramer Mound site, 12Sp7.1 Archaeology sites are places where human occupations and/or activities have taken place. Associated artifacts, structures, and features provide clues to the nature of these sites.

2 Historic archaeological sites are those that post date European contact, c 3 Prehistoric archaeological sites are those that predate European contact. Prior.List of prehistoric sites in Colorado includes historical and archaeological sites of humans from their earliest times in Colorado to just before the Colorado historic period, which ranges from ab BC to AD 19th century.

The Period is defined by the culture enjoyed at the time, from the earliest hunter-gatherers, the Paleo-Indians, through to the prehistoric parents to the modern.