Center For Transportation Research

Below is a chronological listing of projects.

Some of these projects are still in progress.



Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Data Recovery of Site 40MU493, Saturn Parkway, Maury County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: August, 24, 1987-September, 1989
Amount: $132,147

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing and Phase III data recovery were conducted on site 40MU493 in conjunction with the proposed Saturn Parkway. Excavations revealed 57 pit features and a semicircular structure. Half of the pits were identified as Middle Woodland, two as Late Archaic, and one as a historic cellar.




Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of the Proposed Waste-to-Energy Facility, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: The Metropolitan Knox Solid Waste Authority, Inc., 1211 Wray Street, Knoxville, TN 37917
Dates of Project: February 17, 1989-July 14, 1989
Amount: $3,232

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted of the proposed Waste-to-Energy facilty. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed one prehistoric site and one prehistoric/historic site.




Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of the Proposed Egwani Golf Club, Blount County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Mr. Ernest Koella, Jr., c/o Rockford Manufacturing Co., Rockford, TN 37853
Dates of Project: March 2, 1989-April 7, 1989
Amount: $2,849

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted of the proposed Egwani Golf Club. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed five prehistoric sites and one prehistoric/historic site.




Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of the Proposed Center for Advanced Space Propulsion, Universtiy of Tennessee Space Institute Research Park, Franklin County, Tennessee
Sponsor: The University of Tennessee, Space Institue, B. H. Goethert Parkway, Tullahoma, TN 37388-8897
Dates of Project: March 3, 1989-April 14, 1989
Amount: $2,494

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed Center for Advanced Space Propulsion. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed one historic site.




Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Data Recovery on Eight Sites, I-26, Unicoi County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: April 1, 1989-June 30, 1993
Amount: $530,836

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on eight sites and Phase III data recovery was undertaken on four of these sites in conjunction with the proposed construction of I-26. Excavations revealed prehistoric occupations from Early Archaic through Middle Woodland periods. Pits, hearths, earth ovens, a midden, and a structure floor were investigated.




Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources and Phase II Testing of Site 40PM79 in the TRW Industrial Site, Putnam County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Mr. W. Kirby Hamilton, City Planner, P.O. Box 998, 45 East Broad Street, Cookeville, TN 38503-0998
Dates of Project: April 11, 1989-October 30, 1989
Amount: $12,797

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted of the proposed TRW industrial site. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed one prehistoric site and one historic site. Phase II testing of the prehistoric site did not identify any intact subsurface cultural deposits or features.




Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources in the Dove Chase Golf Club, Knox and Sevier Counties, Tennessee
Sponsor: Mr. William Harry Sherrod, P.O. Box 6385, Knoxville, TN 37914
Dates of Project: June 1, 1989-July 27, 1989
Amount: $3,886

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed Dove Chase Golf Club. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed three prehistoric sites and one prehistoric/historic site.




Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Data Recovery of Site 40FN122, State Route 28 Bridge Replacement over Caney Creek, Fentress County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: July 14, 1989-May, 1990
Amount: $33,520

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing and Phase III data recovery were conducted on site 40FN122 in conjunction with the State Route 28 bridge replacement over Caney Creek. Stratified alluvial deposits contained evidence of Early Archaic, Late Archaic, Middle Woodland, and Mississippian occupations that included several rock clusters and rock concentrations. Historic artifacts recovered are associated with a cattle weighing station and blacksmith shop.




Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Data Recovery of Site 40BT47, Coulter Bridge Replacement, Blount County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: July 24, 1989-August 24, 1991
Amount: $117,365

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing and Phase III data recovery were conducted on site 40BT47 in conjunction with the proposed bridge replacement over the Little River and associated road realignments. Excavations revealed a portion of a late prehistoric fortified town of the Mississippian period. The settlement consisted of numerous structures and pit features within a palisade and ditch. The investigations also uncovered a midden and pit features from the Early Woodland period.



Project: Phase II Testing of Sites 40KN86, 40KN87, and 40KN103 and Phase III Data Recovery of Site 40KN86, Pellissippi Parkway Extension, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: August 28, 1989-September, 1994
Amount: $171,029

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on sites 40KN86, 40KN87, and 40KN103 and Phase III data recovery was also undertaken on site 40KN86 in conjunction with the extension of Pellissippi Parkway. Site 40KN86 was a plantation with associated slaving cabins, site 40KN87 was the former location of a blacksmith shop, and site 40KN103 was the former location of a tenant farmer's house. Testing and data recovery of site 40KN86 revealed privies, post holes, and other features as well as slave cabin remains that included stone chimney bases and pit cellars. Testing of site 40KN87 revealed disturbed historic deposits. Testing of site 40KN103 revealed a stone chimney base and historic artifacts associated with the house.



Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Data Recovery, Pulaski Bypass, State Route 15, Giles County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: September 15, 1989-July 19, 1994
Amount: $390,566

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on four sites and Phase III data recovery was conducted on three sites in conjunction with the proposed construction of the Pulaski Bypass, State Route 15. Excavations revealed prehistoric occupations from the Late Archaic through Middle Woodland periods. Pits, earth ovens, and structures were investigated.



Project: Archaeological Monitoring of a Historic Cemetery in the Proposed M&M Development, Yancy County, North Carolina
Sponsor: M&M Development Company, 135 West End Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37922
Dates of Project: April 16, 1990-August 7, 1990
Amount: $1,786

Archaeological monitoring was conducted in a historic cemetery while humus was machine stripped and 5-7 graves were exposed. The graves were later excavated by a local mortician.




Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Data Recovery of Six Sites, State Route 149, Houston County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: June 1, 1990-March 10, 1992
Amount: $217,065

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on six sites and Phase III data recovery was undertaken on three of these sites in conjunction with the proposed reconstruction of State Route 149. Excavations on sites 40HO12 and 40HO13 revealed prehistoric occupations from the Late Archaic and Mississippian periods. A structure, deep storage pits, and other pit features were investigated. Excavations on site 40HO13 revealed three lithic workshop areas from the Middle and Late Archaic periods.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources at Two River Crossings for a Proposed Gas Pipeline Easement, Cocke County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Jefferson-Cocke County Utility District, Morristown Highway at Verner Avenue, Newport, TN 37821
Dates of Project: August 1991-October 1991
Amount: $1,594

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted at two river crossings for a proposed gas pipeline easement. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing did not reveal any archaeological sites.



Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Data Recovery of the Sevierville Hill Site (40KN142), South Knoxville Boulevard Borrow Pit, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Blalock and Sons, Inc., P.O. Box 4750, Sevierville, TN 37864-4750
Dates of Project: September 1, 1991-February 1, 1993
Amount: $51,936

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing and Phase III data recovery were conducted on the Sevierville Hill site in conjunction with the proposed use of the area for fill dirt in the construction of the South Knoxville Boulevard. Excavations revealed the remains of a position that was fortified during the Civil War. Numerous hearths and several structure areas were investigated.




Project: Phase II Testing of Sites 40JK129 and 40JK145, Austin Peay Bridge Replacement, State Route 56, Jackson County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: November 11, 1991-February 15, 1993
Amount: $81,162

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on sites 40JK129 and 40JK145 in conjunction with the proposed replacement of the Austin Peay bridge over the Cumberland River and associated road realignments and construction of a wetland mitigation basin. Excavations revealed deeply buried Early and Late Archaic living floors and lithic workshop areas.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of Pickwick Lake Shoreline Areas, Hardin County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Points of Pickwick Development Company, P.O. Box 16, Pickwick Dam, TN 38365
Dates of Project: March 1992-May 1992
Amount: $2,430

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted at three shoreline areas of Pickwick Lake proposed for development. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing did not reveal any archaeological sites.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, State Route 30, Bledsoe County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Chester IDE Associates, Inc., 5556 Franklin Road, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37720
Dates of Project: March 12, 1992-August 24, 1992
Amount: $22,180

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed 14 km long State Route 30 realignment right-of-way. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed 33 prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.



Project:Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources and Phase II Testing of Sites 40PT37, 40PT38, and Six Rockshelters, State Route 42, Pickett County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Chester IDE Associates, Inc., 5556 Franklin Road, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37720
Dates of Project: March 23, 1992-October 18, 1994
Amount: $118,082

A Phase I archaeological reconnaissance survey for cultural resources was conducted in the proposed 5 km long State Route 42 realignment right-of-way. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed six prehistoric and historic archaeological sites and nine potentially habitable rock overhangs. Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on 40PT38 and 40PT39 and six potentially habitable rock overhangs. Excavations revealed occupational debris, a privy, and an ash/cinder dump associated with an early twentieth century schoolhouse on 40PT39; occupational debris, a midden, and a chimney base associated with an early twentieth century log cabin on 40PT38; and prehistoric occupational debris in the rockshelters.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, State Route 32, Claiborne and Grainger Counties, Tennessee
Sponsor: Chester IDE Associates, Inc., 5556 Franklin Road, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37720
Dates of Project: March 27, 1992-January 13, 1994
Amount: $35,402

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources in the proposed 29 km long State Route 32 realignment right-of-way. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed 48 prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.



Project: 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
Sponsor: IDE Associates, Inc., 215 Centerline Drive, Suite 100, Brentwood, TN 37027
Dates of Project: April 7, 1992-May 17, 1997
Amount: $289,495

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 was conducted on sites 40GN52 and 40GN63.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, State Route 8, Hamilton County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Chester IDE Associates, Inc., 5556 Franklin Road, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37720
Dates of Project: May 1, 1992-September 18, 1992
Amount: $11,555

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed 2 km long State Route 8 realignment right-of-way. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed one historic site.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources and Phase II Testing of Site 40SL70, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Hazen and Sawyer, P.C., 4011 West Chase Blvd., Raleigh, NC 27607 and Mead Paper Company, P.O. Box 1964, Kingsport, TN 37662
Dates of Project: June 1992-April 1994
Amount: $22,180

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in a proposed development area. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed three prehistoric archaeological sites. Phase II evaluative archaeological testing of 40SL70 did not reveal and subsurface features or cultural deposits.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of an Industrial Park Expansion, Jefferson County, Tennessee
Sponsor: City of Jefferson City, P.O. Box 666, Jefferson City, TN 37760
Dates of Project: June 1992-August 1992
Amount: $3,845

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in a proposed industrial park expansion. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing did not reveal any archaeological sites.



Project:Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, Middlebrook Pike Borrow Pit, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Charles Blalock and Sons, Inc., P.O. Box 4750, Sevierville, TN 37864-4750
Dates of Project: September 1992-October 1992
Amount: $1,894

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in a proposed borrow pit on Middlebrook Pike in Knoxville. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed only the remains of recent buildings.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, ORR Storage Facility, Anderson County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Barge, Waggoner, Sumner, and Cannon, Suite 500, 1093 Commerce Park Drive, Oak Ridge, TN 37830
Dates of Project: October 1992-November 1992
Amount: $7,809

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed ORR Storage Facility. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed only two isolated chert flakes.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources and Phase II Testing, I-75 to State Route 371 Connector, Bartow, Cherokee, and Forsyth Counties, Georgia
Sponsor: Georgia Department of Transportation, Office of Environment and Location, 3993 Aviation Circle, Atlanta, GA 30336-1593
Dates of Project: October 5, 1992-March 10, 1994
Amount: $196,368

A Phase I survey for archeological resources was conducted in the proposed corridor of the I-75 to State Route 371 Connector. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel and auger testing revealed 102 prehistoric and/or historic sites. Phase II evaluative archaeological testing of 16 sites revealed Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian pit features on three sites; Middle Woodland and Mississippian midden deposits on three sites; pit features and postholes associated with a late eighteenth century-early nineteenth century Cherokee farmstead on one site; and historic features on two nineteenth century-twentieth century farmsteads.



Project: Phase II Testing of Site 40MI117, State Route 27 Bypass, Marion County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: December 7, 1992-August 30, 1993
Amount: $12,068

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on 40MI117 in conjunction with the proposed 12th Street connector to the State Route 27 bypass around South Pittsburgh. Excavations revealed prehistoric occupations during Archaic and Woodland times and three clusters of unmodified cobbles in a Holocene alluvium.



Project: Phase II Testing of Sites 40CH162 and 40CH170 and Phase III Data Recovery of Site 40CH162, State Route 1 Bridge Replacement, Cheatham County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Transportation, Environmental Planning Office, Suite 900, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, TN 37243-0334
Dates of Project: December 7, 1992-March 8, 1995
Amount: $212,512

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on 40CH162 and 40CH170 and Phase III data recovery was undertaken on 40CH162 in conjunction with the proposed State Route 1 bridge replacement over the Harpeth River and associated road realignments. Excavations revealed Archaic and Woodland material but only one subsurface feature on 40CH170 and a few Woodland pit features and buried Early Archaic deposits on 40CH162.



Project: Phase II Testing of Site 40KN144, Mabry-Hazen House, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Mabry-Hazen Historical Museum Foundation, Inc., 1711 Dandridge Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37915
Dates of Project: April, 1993-November, 1993
Amount: $4,999

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted at the nineteenth century Mabry-Hazen house (40KN144) in east Knoxville. Excavations revealed a historic midden on the slope behind the house and a filled in Civil War entrenchment.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, K-1515 Sanitary Water Treatment Plant Sedimentation Basin and Associated Outfall Drain Pipeline Corridor, Roane County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc., P.O. Box 2003, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-7314
Dates of Project: April 1, 1993-May 16, 1993
Amount: $2,341

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed K-1515 sedimentation basin expansion and outfall drain pipeline corridor. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed a light prehistoric lithic scatter (4ORE202) that was previously disturbed by land clearing activities.



Project: Advanced Planning Studies in Anderson, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Morgan, and Scott Counties, Tennessee
Sponsor: Chester IDE Associates, Inc., 5556 Franklin Road, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37220
Dates of Project: May 31, 1993-June 25, 1993
Amount: $2,601

An archaeologist participated in advanced planning studies for ten proposed bridge replacement projects in six counties of East Tennessee.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, Grove Place Condominium Development, Loudon County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Mr. Buddy Kelly, 10924 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37922
Dates of Project: July 1993-August, 1993
Amount: $1,581

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed location of the Grove Place condominium development. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed one prehistoric and historic site.



Project: Advanced Planning Studies in Maury, Marshall, Bedford, Rutherford, Wilson, and Trousdale Counties, Tennessee
Sponsor: Tennessee Engineering, Inc., 1451 Elm Hill Pike, Suite 160, Nashville, TN 37210-4523
Dates of Project: August 16, 1993-September 30, 1993
Amount: $3,661

An archaeologist participated in advanced planning studies for a proposed interchange on I-24 in Rutherford County, the proposed State Route 141 highway corridor in Wilson and Trousdale counties, and the Interstate 65 to Shelbyville highway corridor in Maury, Marshall, and Bedford counties.



Project: Phase II Testing of Site 40KN146, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Knoxville's Community Development Corporation, 901 Broadway, Knoxville, TN 37917
Dates of Project: August 23, 1993-September 10, 1993
Amount: $5,999

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted at the loscation of the former Fouche block and 1875 building (40KN146) in downtown Knoxville. The investigations took place after removal of buildings on the property and prior to new construction. Excavations revealed brick and limestone foundations, a buried old land surface, and numerous recent disturbances.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources and Phase II Testing, Interchange of I-575 with I-75 to State Route 371 Connector, Cherokee County, Georgia
Sponsor: Georgia Department of Transportation, Office of Environment and Location, 3993 Aviation Circle, Atlanta, GA 30336-1593
Dates of Project: May 3, 1993-November 15, 1993
Amount: $6,708

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources and Phase II evaulative testing were conducted in conjunction with the proposed I-575 interchange on the connector from I-75 to State Route 371. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed six prehistoric and one historic archaeological sites. Test excavations on site 9CK727 revealed Middle Woodland cartersville ceramics, lithic tools, and lithic debris on 9CK727.



Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Data Recovery, Sites 40DV446 and 40DV447, Briley Parkway, State Route 155, Davidson County, Tennessee
Sponsor: IDE Associates, Inc., 215 Centerline Drive, Suite 100, Brentwood, TN 37027
Dates of Project: March 10, 1994-January 1, 1998
Amount: $366,630

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing and Phase III data recovery were conducted at sites 40DV446 and 40DV447 in the proposed right-of-way of Briley Parkway (State Route 155) in Davidson County, Tennessee. Excavations revealed a Mississippian farmstead with three structures and associated pit features on 40DV446 and prehistoric and historic features on 40DV447. The prehistoric component on 40DV447 consisted of primary inhumation burials, redeposited cremations, and a few associated pit features. The historic component on 40DV447 includes a standing log structure, posthole alignments, a midden, and associated pit features.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, Phase II Testing, and Phase III Data Recovery, State Route 15, Giles County, Tennessee
Sponsor: IDE Associates, Inc., 215 Centerview Drive, Suite 100, Brentwood, TN 37027
Dates of Project: March 28, 1994-April 13, 1998
Amount: $373,301

Phase I survey for archaeological resources, Phase II evaluative testing, and Phase III data recovery were conducted in conjunction with the proposed reconstruction of State Route 15. The survey revealed ten prehistoric archaeological sites. Excavations revealed a prehistoric Late Archaic Ledbetter occupation on 40GL68 and a historic occupation on 40GL69. Clusters of deep storage pits and shallow basins were investigated on 40GL68. Test excavations on 40GL69 revealed a gully filled with historic material. Six scattered Late Archaic/Early Woodland pit features were found on 40GL72. Excavations did not reveal any subsurface features or cultural deposits on 40GL71, 40GL75, 40GL78, 40GL79, and 40GL80.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, Selected Areas within the Former Camp Forrest World War II Military Training Base, Arnold Air Force Base, Coffee and Franklin Counties, Tennessee
Sponsor: Hazardous Waste Remedial Actions Program, Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc., P.O. Box 2003, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37831-7600
Dates of Project: June 6, 1994-June 14, 1995
Amount: $26,329

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted at proposed hazardous waste remediation locations within the former Camp Forrest. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, Proposed Greenbelt Walkway Extension, Blount County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Maryville, Alcoa, and Blount County Recreation and Parks Commission, 333 Ellis Avenue, Maryville, TN 37801-5079
Dates of Project: July and August 1994
Amount: $4,742

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in a proposed greenbelt walkway extension. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed two prehistoric archaeological sites.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, Industrial Site A, Industrial Site B, and Proposed Trenton Transition Test Cells Location, Arnold Air Force Base, Coffee and Franklin Counties, Tennessee
Sponsor: Hazardous Waste Remedial Actions Program, Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc., P.O. Box 2003, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37831-7600
Dates of Project: October 1, 1994-July 28, 1995
Amount: $98,179

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted at two proposed locations for the National Windtunnel Complex and the proposed location for the Trenton Transition Test cells. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed a historic archaeological site.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, Proposed Location of a Water Treatment Plant, Dandridge, Jefferson County, Tennessee
Sponsor: City of Dandridge, P.O. Box 249, Dandridge, TN 37725
Dates of Project: November 1994
Amount: $4,979

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted at the proposed location of a water treatment plant. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed two historic archaeological sites.



Project: Phase II Testing of Sites 40RE192, 40RH155, and 40RH156 and Phase III Data Recovery of Site 40RH156, State Route 29, Roane and Rhea Counties, Tennessee
Sponsor: IDE Associates, Inc., 215 Centerline Drive, Suite 100, Brentwood, TN 37027
Dates of Project: November 2, 1994-June 25, 1996
Amount: $95,023

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing and Phase III data recovery were conducted on three sites in conjunction with the reconstruction of State Route 29. Excavations on sites 40RE192 and 40RH156 revealed historic occupations dating from the nineteenth century through twentieth century. House and outbuilding remains and pit cellars and other pit features were investigated. Excavations on 40RH155 did not reveal any subsurface cultural features.



Project: 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
Sponsor: Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon, Inc., Suite 100, Georgian Court, 1135 West Third Street North, Morristown, TN 37814
Dates of Project: January 3, 1995-May 21, 1995
Amount: $31,445

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.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources at the Locations of Two Support Poles for an Aerial Power Line Crossing the French Broad River, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Knoxville Utilities Board, 4507 Middlebrook Pike, Knoxville, TN 37921
Dates of Project: February 20, 1995-March 2, 1995
Amount: $1,302

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted at the locations of two support poles for an aerial power line river crossing. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed two prehistoric archaeological sites.



Project: Phase II Testing, Sites 40BS63, 40BS65, and 40BS79 and Rockshelters B-D, State Route 30, Bledsoe County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Neel-Schaffer, Inc., Suite 310, 4025 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN 37215
Dates of Project: March 1, 1995-March 31, 1996
Amount: $28,312

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on three sites and three rockshelters in conjunction with the reconstruction of State Route 30. Excavations revealed prehistoric cultural material in two of the rockshelters, no subsurface cultural features on 40BS65, and historic remains on 40BS63 and 40BS79. House and outbuilding remains and two middens areas were investigated on 40BS63. Stone quarry pits and access roads were recorded on 40BS79.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources, Phase II Testing, Phase III Data Recovery of Six Archaeological Sites, State Route 32 (U.S. Route 25E), Claiborne and Grainger Counties, Tennessee
Sponsor: IDE Associates, Inc., 215 Centerline Drive, Suite 100, Brentwood, TN 37027
Dates of Project: April 23, 1995-October 9, 2000
Amount:$454,740

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources and Phase II testing were conducted in conjunction with the improvement of State Route 32. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed one prehistoric archaeological site, 40CE74. Testing revealed no intact cultural deposits on 40CE60, 40CE61, and 40CE66. Testing revealed prehistoric features on 40CE26 and 40CE56. Testing revealed both prehistoric and historic deposits and features on 40CE53. Only two pit features were found on 40CE26 while 49 possible pit features and posthole patterns were found on 40CE56. Phase III data recovery of site 40CE56 revealed numerous Middle Woodland pit features, a Middle Woodland structure, and a few Archaic features. Phase III data recovery of site 40CE53 revealed remains associated with a late eighteenth century or early nineteenth century cabin that were underlain by stratified Archaic and Woodland deposits.



Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Data Recovery of Ten Archaeological Sites and Five Rockshelters, State Route 32 (U.S. Route 25E), Claiborne and Grainger Counties, Tennessee.
Sponsor: Neel-Schaffer, Inc., Suite 310, 4025 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN 37215
Dates of Project: April 17, 1995-December 31, 1998
Amount: $230,854

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted in conjunction with the proposed widening of State Route 32 (U.S. Route 25E). Testing was conducted on ten archaeological sites and five rockshelters. Excavations revealed prehistoric archaeological remains on 40CE25, 40CE28, 40CE40, and 40CE43. 40CE25 and 40CE40 contained intact Archaic cultural deposits. 40CE28 contained Early Woodland pit features. A few scattered pits containing fire-cracked rock were found on 40CE43. Excavations revealed historic archaeological remains on 40CE33, 40CE73, and 40GR22. 40GR22 contained the remains of a ferry crossing community on the Clinch River. Excavations revealed prehistoric and historic archaeological remains on 40CE37 and 40CE72. Excavations revealed no intact cultural deposits on 40CE70. One rock shelter, 40GR23, contained prehistoric archaeological remains. Phase III data recovery on 40CE28 revealed numerous Early Woodland pit features and a few Archaic pit features.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources in the Proposed State Route 131 (Emory Road) Right-of-Way from Near Gill Road to Near Bishop Road, Knox County, Tennessee.
Sponsor: IDE Associates, Inc., 215 Centerline Drive, Suite 100, Brentwood, TN 37027
Dates of Project: May 15, 1995-May 29, 1995
Amount: $4,172

A Phase I archaeological reconnaissance survey was conducted within the proposed State Route 131 (Emory Road) right-of-way from approximately 90 m east of Bishop Road to near Gill Road. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed one historic archaeological site (40KN150).



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of 16,188 ha (40,000 Acres) at Arnold Engineering Development Center Arnold Air Force Base, Coffee and Franklin Counties, Tennessee.
Sponsor: The Nature Conservancy, Tennessee Field Office, 50 Vantage Way, Suite 250, Nashville, TN 37228
Dates of Project: September 11, 1995-February 27, 1998
Amount: $445,507

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted towards satisfying Section 100 of the National Historic Preservation Act and Air Force Instruction 32-7065 and developing a management plan for archaeological resources at Arnold Engineering Development Center. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed 32 historic, 24 prehistoric, and 13 prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.



Project: Intensive Survey for Archaeological Resources and Phase II Archaeological Testing of Site 40KN152 in the Proposed Hill Avenue (State Route 71) Corridor from the Bridge Over State Route 158 to the Intersection of Church Avenue with the Existing Hill Avenue in Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Wilbur Smith Associates, 12 Oaks Executive Office Park, 5401 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919
Dates of Project: October 5, 1995-May 1, 1996
Amount: $23,239

An intensive archaeological survey was conducted in the proposed Hill Avenue (State Route 71) corridor from the bridge over State Route 158 to the intersection of Church Avenue with the existing Hill avenue. Close interval shovel testing and hand excavation of 1 m x 1 m units revealed artifacts dating from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. Limited Phase II archaeological testing was conducted at 40KN152. Excavations on 40KN152 revealed greatly disturbed outbuilding remains and stone walls.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources in the Proposed State Route 61 Corridor from the Five-Lane Section in Clinton to the Four-Lane Section at Interstate 75, Anderson County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Adams Craft Herz Walker, Inc., 106 Administration Road, Oak Ridge, TN 37831
Dates of Project: November 21, 1995-July 31, 1996
Amount: $5,491

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted within the proposed corridor of State Route 61. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed two prehistoric sites.



Project: Phase II Archaeological Testing of Sites 40HK5, 40HK6, and 40HK7, Additional Phase II Testing of Sites 40HK5 and 40HK6, and Archaeological Investigations at 40HK9, A Historic Cemetery, State Route 31 Corridor from Mountain Valley Road to North of Cantwell Valley Road, Hancock County, Tennessee.
Sponsor: Neel-Schaffer, Inc., 4205 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN 37215
Dates of Project: November 22, 1995-June 12, 1997
Amount: $87,881

From November 22, 1995 to July 17, 1996 archaeologists from the Transportation Center at The University of Tennessee-Knoxville conducted Phase II archaeological testing of three sites, (40HK5, 40HK6, and 40HK7) additional Phase II testing of two of these sites, (40HK 5 and 40HK6) and archaeological investigations of a portion of an historic cemetery (40HK9) in Hancock County, Tennessee. This work was undertaken for Neel-Schaffer, Inc. and the Tennessee Department of Transportation in conjunction with the proposed improvements to State Route 31, from Mountain Valley Road to north of Cantwell Valley Road, in Hancock County, Tennessee.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources in the Proposed and Existing Rights-of-Way of State Route 66 from Interstate 40 to the Parkway Road Extension and in the Proposed and Existing Rights-of-Way of the Parkway Road Extension and Parkway Road from State Route 66 to 60 m South of the Forks of the River Parkway in Sevierville, Sevier County, Tennessee
Sponsor: James+Associates, Inc., One Vantage Way, Suite A-110, Nashville, TN 37228-1515
Dates of Project: January 2, 1996-July 31, 1996
Amount: $87,881

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted within the proposed and existing rights-of-way of State Route 66 from Interstate 40 to the Parkway Road extension and in the proposed and existing rights-of-way of the Parkway Road extension and Parkway Road from State Route 66 to 60 m south of the Forks of the River Parkway. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed four prehistoric and three prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources and Limited Phase II Testing of a Proposed Residential Development in Bradley County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Jim Sharp Developments, P.O. Box 4788, Cleveland, TN 37320-4788
Dates of Project: April 24, 1996-July 29, 1996
Amount: $14,411

Phase I survey and limited Phase II testing for archaeological resources was conducted in a proposed residential development. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed four prehistoric and historic sites. Limited Phase II testing was conducted on one site. Excavations revealed the subsurface remains of numerous houses, human burials, and pit features within two overlapping palisaded Mississippian villages on 40BY111.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of 2.74 Ha (6.76 Acres) in the Holston River Park, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: City of Knoxville, Tennessee, Civil Engineering Division, 1400 Loraine Street, Knoxville, TN 37921
Dates of Project: March 15, 1996-March 22, 1996
Amount: $5,786

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted within the proposed Holston River Park. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed no prehistoric or historic archaeological sites.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources in the Proposed Connector Road from State Route 297 Near the Oswego Industrial Park to State Route 9 (U.S. 25W) at I-75, Campbell County, Tennessee
Sponsor: IDE Associates, Inc., 215 Centerview Drive, Suite 100, Brentwood, TN 37027
Dates of Project: May 27, 1996-September 27, 1996
Amount: $14,411

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted within the proposed and existing rights-of-way of the proposed connector road from State Route 297 near the Oswego Industrial Park to State Route 9 (U.S. 25W) at Interstate 75. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed two historic archaeological sites.



Project: Phase II Archaeological Testing and Phase III Data Recovery of Site 40WM178, 840 Highway Corridor from 0.98 Km West of Interstate 24 to State Route 11 (U.S. 31A), Rutherford and Williamson, Counties Tennessee
Sponsor: Gresham, Smith and Partners, 1400 Nashville, City Center, 511 Union Street, Nashville, TN 37219
Dates of Project: August 26, 1996-December 31, 1998
Amount: $199,838

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing and Phase III data recovery were conducted at site 40WM178 within the construction zone of Highway 840. Excavations revealed prehistoric and historic subsurface features including slave cabin remains, other structure remains, cellars, and an unfinished well. The historic features are associated with the Westview Plantation.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources in the Proposed Powell and Ten Mile Creek Greenways, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Knox County Parks and Recreation, City-County Building, Room 583, 400 W. Main Street, Knoxville, TN 37902
Dates of Project: September 9, 1996-April 7, 1997
Amount: $5,617

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed easements of two greenway trails in Knox County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed two prehistoric archaeological sites in the Powell Greenway.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources in the Proposed and Existing Rights-of-Way of State Route 73 (Wears Valley Road) from Walden Creek Road to Sequoyia Road in Pigeon Forge, Sevier County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Wilbur Smith Associates, 12 Oaks Executive Office Park, 5401 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919
Dates of Project: September 23, 1996-March 7, 1997
Amount:

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted within the proposed and existing rights-of-way of State Route 73 (Wears Valley Road) from Walden Creek Road to Sequoyia Road in Pigeon Forge in association with the proposed widening of State Route 73. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed no prehistoric or historic archaeological sites.



Project: Phase I Survey, Phase II Testing, and Phase III Data Recovery in the Proposed Northside Waterfront Redevelopment Project Area, Area 1, Trench 1 in Area 2, Trench 4 in Area 3, and the Marina Area, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: City of Knoxville, City/County Building P.O. Box 1631, Knoxville, TN 37901
Dates of Project: September 23, 1996-April 14, 1997 and March 18, 1998-January 29, 1999
Amount: $81,223

A Phase I archaeological survey, Phase II testing, and Phase III data recovery were conducted in the proposed northside waterfront redevelopment project area. Excavations revealed numerous historic privies and postholes and deep stratified historic cultural deposits on archaeological site 40KN149 in areas 2 and 3. The remains of an early twentieth century warehouse were found on site 40KN149 in Area 1. Shovel testing in the proposed Marina Area revealed deep recent historic deposits.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources and Phase II Testing in the Proposed State Route 93 (South Wilcox Drive) Corridor from South of State Route 347 to South Gaylemont Drive in Sullivan Gardens, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Watt, Estes, Volkert and Associates, Inc., 4926 Adams Road, Chattanooga, TN 37343
Dates of Project: October 6, 1995-June 30, 1997
Amount: $36,302

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted within the proposed corridor of State Route 93 (South Wilcox Drive). Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed seven prehistoric and historic archaeological sites. Phase II testing was conducted on sites 40SL185, 40SL187, and 40SL192. 40SL185 contained two possible historic features. A single prehistoric pit feature was investigated on 40SL187.



Project: Intensive Archaeological Survey of Knollwood on Bearden Hill at Kingston Pike in Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: City of Knoxville, Knoxville City Council, P.O. Box 1631, Knoxville, TN 37901
Dates of Project: January 27, 1997-March 31, 1997
Amount: $6,999

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted at the Knollwood property which will be severely impacted by proposed commercial development. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed a stone walled wellhouse within a brick foundation. Three late subsurface features were uncovered but there was no evidence of early historic structures or activity areas.



Project: Phase I Survey for Cultural Resources of Property Acquired for Construction of a Proposed Citizens Bank, Bean Station, Grainger County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Citizens Bank, 130 South Broad Street New Tazewell, TN 37825-8665
Dates of Project: March 24, 1997-April 30, 1997
Amount: $3,523

A Phase I survey for cultural resources was conducted on the property acquired for the construction of the Bean Station Branch of Citizens Bank. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed no archaeological sites or potentially significant standing structures.



Project: Phase II Archaeological Testing and Phase III Data Recovery of site 40KN150, State Route 131 (Emory Road) Right-of-Way from Near Gill Road to Near Bishop Road, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Neel-Schaffer, Inc., 4205 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN 37215
Dates of Project: July 23,1997-September, 1998
Amount: $103,034

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing and Phase III data recovery were conducted at site 40KN150 within the construction zone of State Route 131. Excavations revealed structural remains, features, and postholes associated with the nineteenth century and twentieth century occupation of a farmstead on Emory Road.



Project: Phase II Archaeological Testing of site 40LD211, Sugarlimb Industrial Access Road, Loudon, Loudon County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Loudon County Industrial Committee, 274 Blair Bend Drive, Loudon, TN 37774
Dates of Project: August 26, 1997-October 30, 1997
Amount: $11,395

Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted at Button Hill on site 40LD211 within the right-of-way of a proposed access road in the Sugarlimb Industrial Park. Excavations revealed the remains of Civil War winter huts and pit features.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources in a Proposed Gas Pipeline Easement, Claiborne County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon, Inc., 1135 West Third North Street, Suite 100, Georgian Court, Morristown, TN 37814
Dates of Project: April 9, 1998-October, 1998
Amount: $20,709

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed easement fo a gas pipeline in Claiborne County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing revealed five prehistoric archaeological sites.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources and Phase II Archaeological Testing of site 40SV48, in the Proposed Bridge and Road over the Little Pigeon River, Sevierville, Sevier County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Wilbur Smith Associates, 5401 Kingston Pike, Suite 490, P.O. Box 10565, Knoxville, TN 37939-0565
Dates of Project: July 6, 1998-January 29, 1999
Amount: $13,509

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed right-of-way of a connector from the Little Pigeon River to Old Knoxville Highway. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing did not locate any archaeological sites. Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted at site 40SV48 between State Route 66 and the Little Pigeon River in association with the construction of a bridge over the river. A few prehistoric pit features, including a firecracked rock fill basin, were excavated.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources in the Alcoa Greenway, Blount County, Tennessee
Sponsor: City of Alcoa, 441 N. Hall road, Alcoa, TN 37701
Dates of Project: December 14, 1998-January 29, 1999
Amount: $13,509

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed easement of the Alcoa Greenway in Blount County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing did not locate any archaeological resources.



Project: Historical Documentation and Archival Research of the Proposed Criminal Justice Center Site, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Public Building Authority of the County of Knox and City of Knoxville, Tennessee, Andrew Johnson Building, Suite L-200, 912 S. Gay Street, Knoxville, TN 37902
Dates of Project: January 15, 1999-April 15, 1999
Amount: $19,887

Historical documentation and archival research was conducted of those properties in downtown Knoxville to be utilized for construction of the Criminal Justice Center.



Project: Archaeological Review of a Fort Loudoun Lake Shoreline Area, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Mr. Gerd Krohn, 2004 Partridge Run Lane, Knoxville, TN 37919
Dates of Project: January 26, 1999-February 25, 1999
Amount: $1,810

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted of a portion of shoreline of Fort Loudoun Lake in association with a proposed shoreline stabilization project in Knox County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing delineated a prehistoric site.



Project: Intensive Phase I Survey, Phase II Testing of Archaeological Sites 40BT89, 40BT90, 40BT91, 40BT93, and 40BT94, and Phase III Data Recovery of Archaeological Sites 40BT89, 40BT90, 40BT91, and 40BT94 in the Proposed State Route 73 (U.S. 321) and State Route 337 Corridor from Kinzel Springs to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Boundary, Blount County, Tennessee.
Sponsor: TRC International Ltd., 257 Ward Circle, Brentwood, TN 37027
Dates of Project: February 26, 1999 - 2002
Amount: $6,080,147

An intensive Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the rights-of-way of State Route 73 (U.S. 321) and State Route 337 in Blount County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing located two prehistoric sites, one historic site and three prehistoric and historic sites. Phase II evaluative archaeological testing was conducted on five sites. One site contained cultural deposits associated with the Little River Lumber and Railroad Company. The remaining four sites have Terminal Archaic, Early Woodland, Middle Woodland, Mississippian and historic Cherokee components that contain pit features, firecracked rock-filled pits, firecracked rock clusters, and numerous structures with central hearths. Phase III data recovery was conducted on four of the five tested sites.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of the Proposed Halls Greenway, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Knox County Parks and Recreation, City-County Building, room 583, 400 West Main Street, Knoxville, TN 37902
Dates of Project: March 15, 1999-May 10, 1999
Amount: $4,804

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed easement of the Halls Greenway in Knox County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing did not locate any archaeological resources.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of a Proposed Borrow Pit near Benton, Polk County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Highways Inc., P.O. Box 96, Brentwood, TN 37024-0096
Dates of Project: August 24, 1999-December 6, 1999
Amount: $1,830

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed borrow pit in Polk County, Tennessee. The borrow pit was to be utilized in construction of a proposed industrial access road from State Route 33 (U.S. 411) to the Crystal Geyser Limited Water Bottling Plant. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing did not locate any archaeological resources.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of the Proposed State Industrial Access Road from State Route 33 (U.S. 411) to the Crystal Geyser Roxane Limited Water Bottling Plant, Polk County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Neel-Schaffer, Inc., Suite 310, Hobbs Building, 4205 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN 37215
Dates of Project: September 9, 1999-December 24, 1999
Amount: $8,325

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted of the proposed industrial access road in Polk County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing identified one prehistoric archaeological site.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources within the Proposed Sterchi Hills Greenway, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Knox County Parks and Recreation, City-County Building, Room 583, 400 West Main Street, Knoxville, TN 37902
Dates of Project: December 6, 1999-March, 2000
Amount: $4,995

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted of the proposed greenway in Knox County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing identified one prehistoric archaeological site.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of a Proposed Clarksville Intermodal Port on the Cumberland River Southwest of Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Garver, Inc., Engineers, 233 Wilson Pike Circle, Suite 2A, P.O. Drawer 1847, Brentwood TN, 37024-1847
Dates of Project: April 16, 2001-May, 2001
Amount: $8,425

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in the proposed Clarksville Intermodal Port in Montgomery County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel and deep auger testing did not locate any archaeological resources. Deep recent alluvium was found to occur across the entire project area.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of Four Proposed Greenway Parking Areas in Alcoa, Blount County, Tennessee
Sponsor: The City of Alcoa, Public Works & Engineering Department, 1050 Springbrook Road, Alcoa, TN 37701
Dates of Project: June 27, 2001-August, 2001
Amount: $1,196

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in four proposed greenway parking areas in Alcoa, Blount County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey of the four parking areas and systematic shovel testing in two of the four parking areas did not locate any archaeological resources.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of Four Proposed Road Improvement Areas in Alcoa, Blount County, Tennessee
Sponsor: The City of Alcoa, Public Works & Engineering Department, 1050 Springbrook Road, Alcoa, TN 37701
Dates of Project: September 26, 2001-November, 2001
Amount: $1,302

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted in four proposed road turning lane improvement areas in Alcoa, Blount County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and close interval probing with a soil core tool of the four road improvement areas and systematic shovel testing in one of the four road improvement areas did not locate any archaeological resources.



Project: Phase I Survey for Archaeological Resources of the Proposed River Islands Plantation Development Project, Knox County, Tennessee
Sponsor: Mr. Greg Layman, 2706 Jones Cove Road, Sevierville, TN 37876
Dates of Project: December 11, 2001-February, 2002
Amount: $7,996

A Phase I survey for archaeological resources was conducted of the proposed River Islands Plantation subdivision on the French Broad river in Knox County, Tennessee. Pedestrian survey and systematic shovel testing was undertaken in the project area and information about archaeological resources is confidential.




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