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  • Review of past and current cemetery wall repairs and recommendations 

    Trinkley, Michael; Chicora Foundation (2012-10-22)
    This is a brief overview of an assessment of brick repairs that had been performed and were currently being performed in the Old Cemetery and Flipper Cemetery in Thomasville, Georgia.
  • [Speech] 

    Trinkley, Michael (2008-11-16)
    This is a paper presented at a conference in Charlotte, N.C. It discusses how archaeologists use cemeteries in ther work and the importance of cemetery conservation.
  • World enough and time : ethnobotany and historical archaeology 

    Zierden, Martha; Trinkley, Michael (2018-01-10)
    This paper discusses the use of ethnobotany by historic archaeologists.
  • Stables Green tract 

    Poppell, Julie; Southerland, Nicole; Chicora Foundation (2006-03-28)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • SC 1231, Choppee, evaluation of archaeological potential 

    Trinkley, Michael (2006-05-23)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • Remember man thou art dust: a retrospective 

    Trinkley, Michael; Hacker, Debi (2007-01-15)
    This paper discusses coffin hardware and updates their 1984 book.
  • Perry tract 

    Covington, Tom; Southerland, Nicole; Chicora Foundation (2004-12-20)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • [Letter] 

    Trinkley, Michael; Chicora Foundation (2019-10-13)
    This letter examines four private cemeteries on Sandy Island and recommends conservation measures for each.
  • [Letter] 

    Trinkley, Michael; Chicora Foundation (2014-08-06)
    This letter is an overview of a one-day on-site assessment of the Toussaint L’Ouverture Cemetery in Franklin, Tennessee with recommendations for conserving it.
  • National register potential of 38DR250 

    Chicora Foundation (2006-07-26)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • Research Richland Co. RMC, Richland Co. probate court 

    Chicora Foundation (2007-06-27)
    This is a report on records of members of the Palmer family in Richland County, S.C.
  • [Letter] 

    Chicora Foundation; Trinkley, Michael (2013-01-01)
    This was a survey of the Old City Cemetery in Sandersville Georgia with recommendations for its conservation.
  • WRID radio tower 

    Trinkley, Michael; Chicora Foundation (2013-01-01)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • WRHM radio tower, alternate access road 

    Trinkley, Michael; Chicora Foundation (2013-01-01)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • Tuscan Hills 

    Hacker, Debi; Southerland, Nicole; Chicora Foundation (2011-08-03)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • Strawberry tract, Berkeley County 

    Chicora Foundation; Trinkley, Michael (2019-10-24)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • Refuge at Ravenel phase II testing 

    Southerland, Nicole; Trinkley, Michael (2008-02-25)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • Penetrometer survey of a possible cemetery 

    Trinkley, Michael; Chicora Foundation (2008-11-17)
    This survey was done to determine the location of graves in an area that might be a cemetery. The penetrometer study was inconclusive.
  • White Pond cell tower (026-152B) 

    Poppell, Julie; Southerland, Nicole; Chicora Foundation (2012-03-31)
    This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
  • Walnut Lane Commercial Park 

    Trinkley, Michael; Chicora Foundation (2005-12-10)
    This paper was done to determine if a cemetery was present at the Walnut Lane Commercial Park near Travelers Rest.

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