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A Phase I Archeological Survey of Six Proposed Spoil Areas for the Highway 313 Road Construction on the Fort Knox Military Reservation, Hardin County, Kentucky.
Final rept. Oct-Nov 93,
ARMY ARMOR CENTER AND FORT KNOX KY
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In October 1993, the Fort Knox staff Archeologist conducted a phase I archeological survey of approximately 1.6 ha 4 acres and a literature review of an additional 3.2 ha 8 acres in six proposed soil spoil areas on the Fort Knox Military Reservation, Hardin County, Kentucky. Four of the spoil areas had been previously surveyed with negative results, and were not field inspected in the current study. The two spoil areas not previously surveyed were field inspected. The survey resulted in the discovery of no archeological materials or deposits. It is recommended that the spoil areas be used as proposed.
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