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Phase I & II archaeological investigations of the Newport-Gap Pike (Route 41) corridor, Wilmington and Western Railroad to Washington Avenue, New Castle County, Delaware

David C. Bachman

Phase I & II archaeological investigations of the Newport-Gap Pike (Route 41) corridor, Wilmington and Western Railroad to Washington Avenue, New Castle County, Delaware

by David C. Bachman

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Published by The Office in [Doveer, Del.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Castle County (Del.),
  • Delaware Highway 41 (Del.),
  • Delaware,
  • New Castle County.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Delaware -- New Castle County.,
    • New Castle County (Del.) -- Antiquities.,
    • Delaware Highway 41 (Del.)

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesPhase I and II archaeological investigations of the Newport-Gap Pike (Route 41) corridor, Wilmington and Western Railroad to Washington Avenue, New Castle County, Delaware., Final archaeological investigations of the Newport-Gap Pike (Route 41) corridor, Wilmington and Western Railroad to Washington Avenue, New Castle County, Delaware.
      Statementby David C. Bachman 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, Bureau of Archaeology and Historic Preservation ; prepared for Delaware Department of Transportation, Division of Highways, Location and Environmental Studies Office.
      SeriesDelDOT archaeology series ;, no. 65
      ContributionsCuster, Jay F., 1955-, United States. Federal Highway Administration., Delaware. Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs., Delaware. Division of Highways. Location and Environmental Studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF172.N5 B33 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 173 p. :
      Number of Pages173
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2152691M
      LC Control Number88622409

      MSUAL Library holdings - Murray State University. Register potential will require formal Phase II testing. Task 3: Technical reports on the Phase I and Phase II investigations will be prepared in accordance with the applicable guidelines and include submittal of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data. All sites documented during the survey will be recorded on new or updated.

      Phase II National Register Evaluation of Archaeological Sites 15Lo and 15Lo for the Southern Russellville Bypass Project in Logan County, Kentucky (Item No. 3 . #28 Phase I and II Level Archaeological Investigations at Proposed Osage Meadows Residential Development Site, St. Charles County, MO October, #29 Cultural Resource Assessment of Three Proposed Commercial/Industrial Redevelopment Tracts, Central and South St. Louis, St. Louis County, MO December,

      Choose UMSL - the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Company Principals Kerri S. Barile, PhD, RPA President/Principal Investigator Dr. Barile has comprehensive professional experience in the fields of cultural resource management (CRM), archaeology, architectural history, and historic research. In addition to her 28 years of technical experience, she is an expert in cultural resource regulations and coordinating complex projects .


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