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Descriptions (22)

Descriptive Variable Value(s)
Period Historic Non-Indian
Significance Unknown
Site Type
Phase/Artifact
Site name JIM DANDY
Field number FS-2
Location accuracy High
Coordinate system NAD 1927 Zone 17N
Deleted No
Preservation Prospects Endangered
Public Status Unknown
Current Vegetation YOUNG PINE PLANTATION
Endangered By Department of Transportation
Preservation State Cultivated
Supervisor CHARLES CANTLEY
Investigation Date 1995-01-27
Affiliation New South Associates, Incorporated
Artifacts Collected 10 HISTORICAL CERAMICS AND GLASS
Location of Collections New South Associates, Incorporated
Report Title MANAGEMENT SUMMARY OF US 341/SR27, HIGHWAY REWIDENING
Location of Documentation New South Associates, Incorporated
Gnahrgis id 37056

Descriptions (3)

Descriptive Variable Value(s)
Smithsonian Trinomial Identifier 9AP39
Sortable Trinomial 9AP00039
Variant Trinomial Expression(s)
  • 9-AP-39
  • 9-AP-00039

Annotations (1)

Property or Relation Value(s)
Has period
[Standard: Digital Index of North American Archaeology Vocabulary]
Historic Non-Native American
[Standard: Digital Index of North American Archaeology Vocabulary]
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Suggested Citation

Georgia SHPO. "9AP39 from United States/Georgia/Appling County". (2013) In Georgia Archaeological Site File (GASF). Georgia SHPO (Ed.) . Released: 2013-11-13. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/subjects/14367EC8-EA94-4C8B-DD98-D2D8F7D3FF3B>

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