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survey and assessment of the archeological resources of Cadron Settlement, Arkansas
Samuel D. Smith
Bibliography: p. 61-66.
|Other titles||Survey and assessment of the archeological resources of Cadron settlement.|
|Statement||by Samuel D. Smith.|
|Series||Research report - Arkansas Archeological Survey ;, no. 1, Arkansas Archeological Survey research report ;, no. 1.|
|Contributions||Arkansas Archeological Survey.|
|LC Classifications||F419.C33 S63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||76621836|
Robert C. Mainfort is administrator of the Sponsored Research Program of the Arkansas Archeological Survey and associate professor of anthropology at the University of Arkansas. He is the author of Ancient Earthen Enclosures of the Eastern Woodlands.. Marvin D. Jeter is station archaeologist for the Arkansas Archeological Survey in Monticello and professor of anthropology at the University of. Welcome to the new blog for the Missouri Archaeological Society, the best way to stay up to date with Society activities. Guest bloggers are welcome. Please email your idea to the MAS for consideration. The MAS Establishes a New Fund J Annual Meeting Rescheduled, Again.
City: Conway County: Faulkner Location: Cadron Settlement Park, Highway West Sponsor: Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission, Faulkner County Historical Society, Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council GEO Coordinates. UTM-X: UTM-Y: UTM Zone: 15 Latitude: Longitude: Marker Text. Cadron in the Civil War. ANTH Settlement Archaeology. 3 Hours. Focuses on the historical development of settlement archeology, the methods of site survey and discovery within regions, ecological and social theories that underlie patterns of human land use and distribution, methods of site location analysis, and descriptive and predictive site location modeling.
Arkansas Archeological Society (AAS). The Arkansas Archeological Society (AAS) offers a wide range of opportunities for those interested in Arkansas heritage. Members of the Society receive training in archeological methods from Arkansas Archeological Survey archeologists and serve as valuable volunteers to assist the Survey on archeological research projects, both in the field and the laboratory. The Arkansas Archeological Survey is a research unit of the UA System whose mission is to study and conserve the heritage of the state. George Sabo, recently appointed as the Archeological Survey's new director, has guided this rock art research, which has been partially supported by grants from the Arkansas Humanities Council and the National.
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A Survey and Assessment of the Archeological Resources of Cadron Settlement, Arkansas, Archeological and Historical Inventory and Field Reconnaisance of Author: Samuel D. Smith. Get this from a library. A survey and assessment of the archeological resources of Cadron Settlement, Arkansas.
[Samuel D Smith; Arkansas Archeological Survey.]. The first Research Report was A Survey and Assessment of the Archeological Resources of Cadron Settlement, Arkansas, by Samuel D.
Smith, published in It is the result of a contract with the Army Corps of Engineers (Little Rock District) to provide a general assessment of archeological and historical resources within an acre area to be. A survey and assessment of the archeological resources of Cadron Settlement, Arkansas.
Samuel D. Smith, Arkansas Archeological Survey. Arkansas Archeological Survey research report ; no. Fayetteville: Arkansas Archeological Survey. (tDAR id: )Author: Samuel D. Smith. Survey and Assessment of the Archeological Resources of Cadron Settlement, Arkansas by Samuel D.
Smith: RR1: The Brand Site: A Techno-Functional Study of a Dalton Site in Northeast Arkansas by Albert C. Goodyear: RS The Cache River Archeological Project: An Experiment in Contract Archeology by Michael Schiffer: RS THE SURVEY'S MISSION is to study Arkansas' past, to preserve and manage information about archeological sites, and to share what we learn with the people of Arkansas.
We invite members of the public to help discover and record information about archeological sites in Arkansas.
Cadron by Various () Golf course redevelopment causes apartment scramble: $35 million Cadron Valley project draws residential ire in by George Waldon (Aug 1, ) A survey and assessment of the archeological resources of Cadron Settlement, Arkansas (Research report - Arkansas by Samuel D Smith ().
Arkansas Archeological Survey, Fayetteville, AR. 2, likes 28 talking about this were here. The Arkansas Archeological Survey is a unit of the University of Arkansas System.
Conway County was established by an act of the territorial legislature on Octofrom land taken from Pulaski was named for Henry Wharton Conway, a member of the Arkansas Territory’s delegation to the time, it comprised 2, square miles and included most of the present Conway, Faulkner, Van Buren, White, Cleburne, and Perry counties and part of Yell County.
Fayetteville: Arkansas Archeological Survey, About the Author: Dr. Duncan P. McKinnon has a Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas and is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Central Arkansas, Director of the Jamie C. Brandon Center for Archaeological Research, and Research Associate at the Center for American Archeology.
The Arkansas Archeological Society was formed in for the purpose of uniting all persons interested in the archeology of Arkansas, for the recognition and preservation of our cultural heritage and prehistory, and for fostering and encouraging the public’s interest in the preservation of the past.
Get this from a library. Settlement predictions in Sparta: a location analysis and cultural resource assessment in the uplands of Calhoun County, Arkansas. [Robert H Lafferty; Arkansas Archeological Survey.;]. Download Arkansas Archeological Survey Research Series ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
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See actions taken by the people who. Archaeologists just announced that they believe they have found the remains of a Christian cross erected by the Spanish entrada of Hernando de Soto at the Indian village of Casqui in On Monday, seven archaeologists from the Survey began to excavate on the largest mound at Parkin Archaeological State Park in northeastern Arkansas, the presumed site of Casqui.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers required a complete inventory and assessment of cultural resources on lands administered by the Tulsa District office around the northern end of Kaw Lake in southern Cowley County, Kansas.
Intensive field survey recorded 53 archaeological sites on federal property and 20 additional ones on lands immediately.
The Toltec Mounds, managed by Arkansas State Parks, are the remains of a large ceremonial complex that was inhabited here from A.D. to and are rich with historical artifacts from ancestors of the American Indians.
The Toltec site itself serves as a research station for the Arkansas Archaeological Survey. Cultural Resources Investigations at the Hudson (14GR) and Simair (14GR) Sites Greenwood County, Kansas. Nadine Larson, Michael Madson, David Mather.
Archeological Investigations at Arkansas City, J. Hoard, editor. The Elk Hill Site, 14RY Survey and Testing in Riley County, Kansas. Robert J. Hoard, Gina S. Powell, Tricia. In the early s, the term “Cadron Settlement” was used loosely in reference to thirty to forty white families that were scattered along the Arkansas River in the vicinity of Cadron Creek.
Inan early settler and trader, John McElmurry, who had arrived beforeand three other investors laid out a town, Cadron, on about sixty. The USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) publishes a set of the most commonly used topographic maps of the U.S. called US Topo that are separated into rectangular quadrants that are printed at "x29" or larger.
Cadron Settlement Park is covered by the Gleason, AR US Topo Map quadrant.AAS - Research Stations __ "There are eleven AAS research stations located across the state, eight of which are university-based, and two which are associated with state archeological parks operated by the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism.
Each university-based station archeologist is responsible for research and public service in a section of the state, and maintains information on. Arkansas - Cadron Watershed. Type. Base Level Engineering. Case Number Base Level Engineering (BLE) project: FEMA has prepared cursory flood risk assessment at a watershed level to support the review and validation of the flood hazard information shown on the Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM).
The Base Level Engineering approach uses high.