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Descriptions (20)

Descriptive Variable Value(s)
Period Unknown Indian
Significance Unknown
Site Type Prehistoric Indian Isolated Artifact
Field number KC9AT2
Location accuracy High
Coordinate system NAD 1927 Zone 17N
Deleted No
Preservation Prospects Endangered
Public Status Unknown
Current Vegetation BRUSH
Endangered By Construction
Preservation State Razed
Supervisor BETTY A. SMITH
Investigation Date 1982-01-20
Affiliation Kennesaw College
Artifacts Collected 1 CHERT CHIP (NO EVIDENCE OF USE OR SECONDARY CHIPPING)
Location of Collections Kennesaw College
Report Title ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE PROPOSED ALAPAHA-WILLACOOCHEE TRANSIMISSION LINE
Location of Documentation Kennesaw College
Gnahrgis id 29369

Descriptions (3)

Descriptive Variable Value(s)
Smithsonian Trinomial Identifier 9AT2
Sortable Trinomial 9AT00002
Variant Trinomial Expression(s)
  • 9-AT-2
  • 9-AT-00002

Annotations (1)

Property or Relation Value(s)
Has period
[Standard: Digital Index of North American Archaeology Vocabulary]
Unknown Indian
[Standard: Open Context :: Georgia Archaeological Site File (GASF)]
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Suggested Citation

Georgia SHPO. "9AT2 from United States/Georgia/Atkinson County". (2013) In Georgia Archaeological Site File (GASF). Georgia SHPO (Ed.) . Released: 2013-11-13. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/subjects/BA5FAD7E-014B-475B-B50E-1FDCF4B1003B>

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