Center For Transportation Research
Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III April 7, 1992-May 17, 1997 Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, Phase II Testing, and Phase III Data Recovery of Sites 40GN52, 53, 59, 61, and 63, State Route 350, Greene County, Tennessee

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed 6 km long State Route 350 realignment right-of-way. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed 11 prehistoric and historic archaeological sites. Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on 40GN52, 53, 59, 61, and 63. Excavations revealed the subsurface remains of a nineteenth century farmstead on 40GN63 and prehistoric Middle Woodland pit features on 40GN52. Phase III data recovery is underway on sites 40GN52 and 40GN63.


Phase I and Phase II January 3, 1995-May 21, 1995 Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of 95 Ha and Phase II Testing of Sites 40GN28 and 40GN209, Proposed Location of a Distribution Center Near Mohawk in Greene County, Tennessee

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed location of a distribution center. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed five prehistoric and historic archaeological sites. Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on two sites. Excavations revealed scattered historic pit features and postholes on 40GN209 and a deep historic cultural deposit associated with pottery manufacturing on 40GN28.

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