Archeological Investigations within Federal Lands Located on the East Bank of the Lake Sharpe Project Area, South Dakota: 1978-1979. Volume 1. Covering Report.
Final rept. 10 Jul 78-18 Apr 84,
NEBRASKA UNIV LINCOLN DIV OF ARCHEOLOGICAL RESEARCH
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Class III cultural resources investigations of all Federal lands along the east left bank of Lake Sharpe, South Dakota were carried out in 1978-1979 by the University of Nebraska for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District. A total of 136 sites were investigated, including both prehistoric n92 and historic n59 components. Historic components represent both Native American and Euroamerican use of the project area. Plains Village period remains n49 make up a majority of the prehistoric components Plains Woodland period n8 and Plains Archaic period n4 components are also identified. Resources on both the east and west banks of Lake Sharpe were considered in developing a Multiple Resource Nomination. Four districts were proposed, including a total of 118 sites. Ten individual site nominations were also proposed.
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