An Intensive Archaeological and Architectural Phase 1 Survey of the Section 205 Flood Control Project Cedar Falls, Iowa
ILLINOIS STATE UNIV NORMAL MIDWESTERN ARCHEOLOGICAL RESEARCH CENTER
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This report documents the methods and results of an intensive archaeological and architectural survey of the Section 205 Flood Control Project, Cedar Falls, Iowa. The survey was conducted in order to identify and evaluate significant historical, archaeological, and architectural resources in and along portions of the proposed levee, a corridor approximately 6,525 feet in length and up to 113 feet in width, and a 10-acre borrow area. Coverage of each survey tract was of sufficient intensity to discover all cultural resources that might qualify for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Two historical archaeological sites were located and evaluated, neither of which were recommended for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to these sites were four architecturalhistorical structures or complexes, two of which had previously been listed or been determined eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. A determination of no adverse effect is recommended for both National Register of Historic Places structures.
- Humanities and History
- Civil Engineering