Browsing by Subject "Archaeological surveying--Georgia--Liberty County"
Now showing items 1-4 of 4
An archaeological survey of the 522 HA JAECK drop zone and 241 HA Taylors Creek tract, Fort Stewart, Long and Liberty counties, Georgia (1996-09-03)This study represents an intensive archaeological survey of two areas of Fort Stewart, Georgia known as the JAECK Drop Zone and the Taylors Creek area. The primary purpose of this investigation is to identify and assess ...
Fort Stewart 11 : a survey of Red Cloud Alpha Range, natural resource management units B11.3 and B11.5, Fort Stewart, Liberty county, Georgia (1999-09)This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
Fort Stewart 4 : an archaeological survey of 3,078.27 HA survey tracts "A" through 11N11 (portions of training areas A-11, B-9, D-8, D-9, D-11, D-14, E-7, E-8, E-11, E-13, E-14, E-15, E-19, E-20, and E-21), Fort Stewart, Liberty, Long and Tattnall Counties, Georgia (1998-09-04)This study represents an intensive archaeological survey of 14 areas covering three counties. The primary purpose of this investigation is to identify and assess the archaeological remains present at Fort Stewart for the ...
Fort Stewart 9 : an archaeological survey of natural resource management units A6.4, A8.1, and B24.2, Fort Stewart, Bryan and Liberty counties, Georgia (1999-08)This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.