Category: Archaeology Projects

Where the Wild Things are…or grow…in Georgia

Share thisBy Paul G. Avery Most archaeologists are drawn to the field by a desire for adventure and the thrill of discovery.  Then we find out that our ‘adventures’ consist mostly of pastures, briars, and hundreds of empty holes!  But

Bradbury and Bundy published in The Missouri Archaeologist

Share thisAndrew P. Bradbury and Paul D. Bundy were recently published in The Missouri Archaeologist. Their article “The Early Arcahic Hardin Barbed Component at the Baxter Lake Site, Lewis County, Missouri” was published in Volume 75  of The Missouri Archaeologist.

Archaeolgoical work at Harbison Crossroads makes local news

Share thisYou may remember a recent blog post discussing an archaeological investigation in East Tennessee in search of Reynold’s Station. Although the investigation determined it was not the location of Reynold’s Station, there was still an abundance of information that

Looking for Reynolds Station: An Archaeological Investigation in Knox County, Tennessee

Share thisBy: Paul Avery, Pat Garrow, and Jason Ross Tennessee has been the location of many archaeological discoveries. The state’s landscape varies from relatively flat lands to the rolling landscape of eastern Tennessee. There are an abundance of both prehistoric

Cultural Resource Inventory for the Vivaldi Wind Farm in Montana

Share thisIn 2009 Ecology and Environment, Inc., contracted CRA to perform a Class III cultural resource inventory for a proposed wind farm. This was undertaken in compliance with the requirements of the Montana Facility Siting Act. Colin R. Ferriman served

Archaeological Investigations of Site 15Ck478 at Lower Howard’s Creek

Share thisPrior to conducting the cultural resource survey in 2007, Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., had conducted archaeological investigations in the Lower Howard’s Creek Nature and Heritage Preserve intermittently since 1998. Archival research on the valley’s history was completed in 1998

Discovering Boone’s Station

Share thisIn 1999, in cooperation with Dr. Don Linebaugh and Nancy O’Malley of the University of Kentucky, conductivity and magnetometry surveys were completed of the site of Daniel Boone’s second Kentucky settlement (following Boonesborough) located near Athens, Kentucky, and known

Cultural Resource Inventory on Reclamation Property in and around the Pueblo Reservoir in Colorado

Share thisIn June of 2006, the United States Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) solicited a requirement under Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act to conduct a Class III cultural resource inventory on Reclamation property in and around Pueblo Reservoir,

The Anvil Points Facility in Colorado

Share thisCultural Resource Analysts, Inc. (CRA), conducted a Class III cultural resource inventory for Locality 5 of the Anvil Points Facility. Six other Localities were recorded by CRA personnel for a previous project. Locality 5 included the mine water supply

Exploring Argosy

Share thisBetween November 2004, and June 2007, CRA conducted survey, testing, and data recovery programs to identify, assess, and mitigate impacts to the cultural resources affected by the expansion of the Argosy Casino gaming facility in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. This large

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