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Giese, Regan 1945-

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Works: 15 works in 18 publications in 1 language and 173 library holdings
Genres: History 
Classifications: F802.O7, 978.96501
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Archeological survey for JTF-6 road improvements in Presidio and Jeff Davis Counties, Texas by Mark Sale( Book )
2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 29 libraries worldwide
This report summarizes the results of a cultural resources survey which was conducted along approximately 90 mi of existing road rights-of-way and 1.5 mi of proposed new road rights-of-way in Presidio and Jeff Davis counties, Texas. The study was undertaken to provide archeological clearance for road improvements that are designed to assist the U.S. Border Patrol in accessing the International Boundary. A total of 27 new archeological sites and 42 isolated occurrences was identified as a result of the survey and one site (4lPS13) was rerecorded. Twenty-one of these sites are attributable to prehistoric activities and five sites are attributable to historic activities. One site contained both prehistoric and historic artifacts. Thirteen of the newly recorded sites are considered to be ineligible for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The remaining 15 sites are recommended as potentially eligible for inclusion on the NRHP. A total of 20 previously recorded sites was revisited. Five sites documented during this project and six previously recorded sites are located on Texas State lands. With the exception of 41PS762 and 41PS763, these sites are also considered potentially eligible for the NRHP. Sites located within the right-of way which might be impacted during this undertakIng were flagged for avoidance. By limiting modification of the existing roadbed in the vicinity of these sites, adverse impacts as a result of road improvements were avoided
North Area, Tularosa Peak, and Boles Wells cultural resource survey, Holloman Air Force Base, Otero County, New Mexico ( Book )
2 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 20 libraries worldwide
Cañada del Tule : cultural resources inventory of 3,520 acres on Melrose Air Force Range, Roosevelt County, New Mexico by Mark Sale( Book )
1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 17 libraries worldwide
Archeological survey and site relocation for a JTF-6 action near Van Horn, Texas by Chris Lowry( Book )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 14 libraries worldwide
Endangered species and cultural resources survey of the proposed crude storage facilities and pipeline, Wichita and Montague counties, Texas by Elizabeth Burson( Book )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 10 libraries worldwide
A cultural resources survey of a proposed material borrow pit near Fabens, El Paso County, Texas by Chris Lowry( Book )
1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 9 libraries worldwide
An archaeological survey of 4,690 acres on Melrose Air Force Range, Curry and Roosevelt Counties, New Mexico by Chris Lowry( Book )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
Projectile Points, Potsherds, Horseshoes, and Hand Grenades Evidence of the Human Legacy on Holloman Air Force Base From a Cultural Resource Sample Survey, Otero County, New Mexico ( Book )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
The purpose of the project, initially, was to determine site densities by environmental zone for management purposes. By the time the first draft of the report was completed, all base lands had been inventoried. This forced a reorientation of the projects goals to a more settlement pattern based analysis. Such an analysis includes not only sites recorded during the sample survey, but also all recorded sites on HAFB. During the sample survey, a total of 6,530 acres was surveyed on HAFB lands. Forty-four noncontiguous survey units totaling 5,441 acres were inventoried on the Main Base and seven noncontiguous survey units totaling 989 acres at the Boles Wells Water System Annex (BWWSA). The survey was conducted by Human Systems Research, Inc. (HSR), and field work was completed in May of 1995. The report submitted to Martyn Tagg, HAFB archaeologist, did not meet the criteria set forth in the scope of work and was rejected. Mr. Tagg contracted Geo-Marine, Inc. (GMI) to complete the report to HAFB specifications. The intensive cultural resources survey conducted by HSR documented 83 previously unrecorded archaeological sites, and re-evaluated two previously recorded archaeological sites for a total of 85 sites. Sixty sites were recorded on the Main Base and 25 sites at BWWSA. Fifty-four sites are prehistoric, four are historic, eight are military, and seventeen are multi component. One site recorded at BWWSA was not on HAFB property. In addition, several sites were revisited by the HAFB archaeologist and personnel from Geo-Marine, Inc. in order to re-evaluate and field check some of the earlier field work
A cultural and natural resources survey of approximately 7.3 miles of right-of-way on Fort Bliss and state lands, El Paso, Texas by Victor Gibbs( Book )
1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Between November 30 and December 6, 1995, archeologists and a biologist from Geo-Marine, Inc. (GMI), El Paso, Texas, conducted an intensive cultural and natural resources survey of 11.8 km (7.3 mi) of proposed pipeline corridor for the Diamond Shamrock Company of Roswell, New Mexico under Contract No. 3030, Delivery order No. 1 between GMI and Diamond Shamrock. Approximately 0.7 km (0.43 mi) of this corridor lies on Texas State Trust Land (Antiquities Permit No. 1699) with the remaining segment all on the Fort Bliss Military Reservation. The proposed corridor is 30m (100 ft) wide, and begins at the Diamond Shamrock Terminal Complex located east of Loop 375 and north of Montana Avenue. The proposed right-of-way (ROW) proceeds west of the terminal, paralleling an existing 345 kv transmission line, and crosses Loop 375 at which point it parallels the highway on the west side until intersecting an existing pipeline. An alternate route on the east side of Loop 375 paralleling the north side of the 345 kv powerlines was also surveyed. Additionally, two 100 x 300 ft areas were surveyed. One of these areas is located along the fenceline where the ROW crosses Loop 375. The other area is located on the northwest end of the survey ROW. Approximately 36.4 total ha (90 acres) were surveyed for this project: 32.2 ha (79.6 acres) on Fort Bliss and 4.2 ha (10.4 acres) of Texas State Trust Land. One previously unrecorded site was recorded and six previously recorded sites were updated during the current survey. Four sites are considered ineligible (FB 7018, FB 10421, FB 10547, and FB 9763) for inclusion to the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) because the information potential and the contextual integrity of these resources does not meet any of the NRHP criteria. In addition, previously recorded site FB 9763 has been extensively tested by O'Laughlin and Martin (1989) and the current survey data supports this conclusion. Three sites are considered eligible (FB 128, FB 7017, and FB 7085) for inclusion to the NRHP, based on Criterion D. It is recommended that the three eligible sites be avoided during construction of the proposed pipeline. To insure avoidance procedures, and because of the potential for buried cultural remains, monitoring of the entire length of the excavation by a qualified archeologist is recommended. Monitoring procedures have been approved by the proponent and the Fort Bliss Archeologist
Cultural resources survey of 190 acres on Meyer Range, Fort Bliss, Texas, and New Mexico by Mark Sale( Book )
1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A Cultural Resources Survey of 1,213 Acres for Four Proposed MLRS Firing Position Near McGregor Range Camp, Fort Bliss Military Reservation, Otero County, New Mexico ( file )
1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Between June 22 and August 8, 1997, archaeologists with Geo-Marine, Inc. (GMI). El Paso. Texas, performed an intensive cultural resources inventory survey of approximately 1,213 acres (491 ha) on McGregor Guided Missile Range, Fort Bliss Military Reservation, Otero County. New Mexico. The purpose of this archaeological survey was to identify, document, and inventory prehistoric and historic remains in support of the Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) training requirements. This survey looked at four proposed parcels (Alpha, Charlie, Echo. and Golf ranging in size from 148 acres (60 ha) at the Golf parcel (0436 acres (177 ha) at the Alpha parcel. Twenty nine (21) archaeological sites (FIB 9603, FIB 15603-FIB 15621. and FIB 15685) including 20 previously unrecorded and one revisited (PB 9603), along with 197 isolated occurrences were identified and documented during this project. These archaeological sites represent prehistoric temporal affiliations spanning approximately 5,000 years of human occupation (Middle Archaic through late Formative) in the Tularosa Basin of south central New Mexico. No Historic period sites were identified, although isolated artifacts discovered attest to a Historic period presence within the region. The application of the Fort Bliss site significance standards, including a ranking system for eligibility determinations for the discovered archaeological sites, was applied. This application recommends 15 as sites eligible for inclusion in the NRHP (FIB 15603-FIB 15605, FIB l5607-FB 15611. lIsa 15613-FB 15618. and FIB 156115). four sites as of unknown eligibility (FIB 15606. FIB 15612, FIB 15619, and FIB 15620), and one site (FIB 15621) was recommended as ineligible. The previously recorded site (FIB 9603) was not included in the eligibility recommendations because it was not re-recorded due to its enormous size
 
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