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Fri Mar 21 17:05:08 2014 UTClccn-no20100925180.00Phase III archaeological excavation at the Muck Pond East Site (8HI515) Hillsborough County, Florida /0.541.00An archaeological and historical survey of the CF Mining Corporation property in northwestern Hardee County, Florida /121975581no20100925188518342lccn-no2010092515Williams, J. Raymondnc-sarasota county fla$department of historical resourcesSarasota County (Fla.).Department of Historical Resourceslccn-n87127354Sarasota County (Fla.).Board of County Commissionerslccn-n92093576Historic Tampa-Hillsborough County Preservation Boardlccn-n79004184United StatesNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrationnc-sarasota county fla$department of natural resourcesSarasota County (Fla.).Department of Natural Resourceslccn-n50004445University of South FloridaDepartment of Anthropologync-florida$department of transportation$environmental management officeFloridaDepartment of TransportationEnvironmental Management Officenc-c f mining corporation wauchula flaC.F. Mining Corporation (Wauchula, Fla.)nc-archaeological consultants inc sarasota flaArchaeological Consultants, Inc. (Sarasota, Fla.)Deming, JoanHistorySurveysAntiquitiesFloridaExcavations (Archaeology)Indians of North America--AntiquitiesFlorida--Manatee CountyFlorida--Hillsborough CountyFlorida--Sarasota CountyArchaeological surveyingHistoric sitesSalvage archaeologyFlorida--Myakka RiverConservation of natural resourcesFlorida--Hardee CountyRight of wayFlorida--Saint PetersburgHuman remains (Archaeology)CanalsUrbanizationSoldiers' bodies, Disposition ofFlorida--Fort MyersFlorida--Hernando CountyFlorida--Lee County19751976197819801989199019941999281212E78.F691ocn005826191book19750.88Deming, JoanAn archaeological and historical survey of the Beker Phosphate Corporation property in Manatee County, Florida51ocn007449292book19800.28Deming, JoanThe cultural resources of Hillsborough County : an assessment of prehistoric resources41ocn021249755book19900.47An historic resources survey of the coastal zone of Sarasota County, FloridaConsists mainly of description, maps and addresses of archeological sites and historical structures21ocn026393112book19890.47A historic resources survey of Old Miakka and selected portions of the Myakka River, Sarasota County, FloridaHistorySurveys11ocn037997246book19780.47Piper Archaeological Research AssociatesArchaeological survey of the urban development program areas of the City of St. Petersburg, Florida11ocn637115586book19760.47Deming, JoanAn archaeological and historical survey of the Lake Thonotosassa By-Pass Canal right-of-way in Hillsborough County, Florida11ocn646024714book1999Phase III mitigative salvage excavation at the Colorado Site (8HE241) Hernando County, FloridaExcavation at the Colorado Site (8HE241) was conducted as part of the Florida State Road 50/50A widening project and was executed in 1990. Work focused within the proposed right-of-way, as well as within two off-site stormwater management facilities. As a result of excavation and laboratory analysis, 8HE241 was concluded to represent a series of intermittently occupied multiple activity camps. Stone tool manufacture and maintenance as well as the procurement of locally available resources are believed to have been the primary site activities. The site dates from the Paleo-Indian through Safety Harbor periods. The Pond 3 area, which is the focus of this report, is believed to date from the Paleo-Indian through Archaic periods, circa 10,000 to 3,000 B.C11ocn044637421book19761.00Wood, Lewis NAn archaeological and historical survey of the CF Mining Corporation property in northwestern Hardee County, Florida11ocn646134164book1994Excavation of 8LL1758 : U.S. military cemetery at Fort Myers, Lee County FloridaHistoryMitigative excavation was conducted as part of a Florida Department of Transportation project which involved the upgrading the south approaches to the new Edison Bridge in Fort Myers, Florida. The focus was within the Florida Dept. of Transportation right-of-way along Fowler Street, between First and Second Streets. Documents show that during the mid 1850s the general area marked by the intersection of today's Second and Fowler Streets was used as a military cemetery associated with Fort Harvie which was renamed Fort Myers and existed between 1841 and 1965. As a result of the excavation, 20 burial features were revealed, and the partial remains of 17 individuals were exhumed. These remains will be reinterred11ocn819342959book19760.47Wood, Lewis NAn archaeological and historical survey of the CF Industries, Inc. property in northwestern Hardee County, Florida11ocn002650525book19760.47Deming, JoanAn archaeological survey of the Beker Phosphate Corporation property in Manatee County, Florida, with a research design for future archaeological surveys in the Manatee region11ocn646038793book1999Phase III archaeological excavation at the Muck Pond East Site (8HI515) Hillsborough County, FloridaExcavation at the Muck Pond East SIte (8HI515) was conducted as part of the Florida State Road 574 widening project and was executed in 1984. Work focused within the proposed right-of-way, as well as within a proposed pond/mitigation area. As a result of excavation and laboratory analysis, 8HI515 was concluded to represent an extractive camp, probably occupied for short periods. The primary period of site occupation was during the late Weeden Island-related through Safety Harbor periods, circa A.D. 800 to the early 16th century. Intermittent site occupation during the earlier Florida Transitional phase, circa 1200 B.C. to 500 B.C. may also be indicatedFri Mar 21 15:18:30 EDT 2014batch9046