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Descriptions (21)

Descriptive Variable Value(s)
Period Historic Non-Indian
Significance Unknown
Site Type House or Structure
Phase/Artifact
Site name BARFIELD BREAK SITE
Field number 1
Location accuracy High
Coordinate system NAD 1927 Zone 17N
Deleted No
Preservation Prospects Endangered
Public Status Unknown
Current Vegetation CULTIVATED FIELD.
Endangered By County Activities
Preservation State
Supervisor ELLIOTT, D.T.
Affiliation Golder Associates, Incorporated
Artifacts Collected NONE
Location of Collections University of Georgia
Report Title CULTURAL RESOURCES SURVEY. SOLID WASTE LANDFILL DEVELOPMENT APPLING COUNTY, GEORGIA
Location of Documentation University of Georgia
Gnahrgis id 67823

Descriptions (3)

Descriptive Variable Value(s)
Smithsonian Trinomial Identifier 9AP46
Sortable Trinomial 9AP00046
Variant Trinomial Expression(s)
  • 9-AP-46
  • 9-AP-00046

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. "9AP46 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/41880744-63EF-442F-9106-6D73273865E6> ARK (Archive): https://n2t.net/ark:/28722/k2ms3mg3f

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