Intensive Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Fort Wayne Flood Control Project at Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
COMMONWEALTH CULTURAL RESOURCES GROUP JACKSON MI
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The archaeological survey project area encompassed approximately 63 acres that are located within the boundaries of a proposed flood control project. As a result of the survey, one historic phase archaeological site was identified and designated as the Rudisill Mill site. Additional archival work could potentially provide more specific information relative to mill construction and operation procedures. However, because of the disturbed nature of the site and the limited remains that were discovered, it is doubtful that further investigations would yield significant information. The majority of the remaining survey area also has been greatly disturbed by residential construction activities and landfill operations. Keywords Cultural resources American Indian artifacts.
- Humanities and History