Parks and Historic Sites - Historic Preservation Section - Archaeological Assessment Project Files
Scope and Contents
This series contains (1) A-95 review documents, (2) A-85 review documents, (3) environmental impact statements, (4) project design plans and specifications, (5) resource assessments performed for structural sites to determine eligibility for nomination to the National Register of Historic Sites, (6) memorandums of agreement executed by the State Historic Preservation Officer, the Advisory Council and the project sponsor to comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 and (7) photographic inventories of structural properties with environmental impact project potential. These records were assembled by the archaeological field office located in Carrollton. Georgia and thus contain records which particularly emphasize archaeological investigation. It cannot be assumed, therefore, that all types of records listed above are generated by the review of every State and Federal construction project. As a matter of fact, this series, the so-called Red-X files, represents only one third of all the records generated by the archaeological field office. These Red-X files were those which contained special archaeological assessment documents.
- Created: 1971-2000
- Parks and Historic Sites (Organization)
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Language of Materials
This particular series is arranged alphabetically by county or, in rare instances, by other governmental agency.
- Parks and Historic Sites - Historic Preservation Section - Archaeological Assessment Project Files
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