2 edition of Archaeology and historical geography of the Savannah River floodplain near Augusta, Georgia found in the catalog.
Archaeology and historical geography of the Savannah River floodplain near Augusta, Georgia
Bibliography: p. 175-186.
|Statement||by Daniel Elliott and Roy Doyon ; principal investigator, W. Dean Wood.|
|Series||Laboratory of Archaeology series ;, rept. no. 22|
|LC Classifications||F292.S3 E45 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 194 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||83621104|
They consist entirely of material dredged from the Savannah River, known as spoil. The Savannah River provides easy ship access from the Port of Savannah to the Atlantic Ocean. In order to allow container ships to safely travel the shallow waterway, the river is periodically dredged of sand and silt, which is piled on these islands. Currently. Savannah (/ s ə ˈ v æ n ə /) is the oldest city in the U.S. state of Georgia and is the county seat of Chatham ished in on the Savannah River, the city of Savannah became the British colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. A strategic port city in the American Revolution and during the American Civil War, Savannah is today.
The Savannah River supplies drinking water to Augusta and Savannah, Georgia, and Hilton Head, and Beaufort, SC, and many smaller municipalities in the basin. As salt water intrudes into the aquifers near the coast, the freshwater of the Savannah River becomes even more important as a . Flood frequency of the Savannah River at Augusta, Georgia (OCoLC) Online version: Flood frequency of the Savannah River at Augusta, Georgia. Columbia, S.C.: Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: Books and Open-File Reports [distributor], (OCoLC) Microfiche version.
found along all waterways, including the Savannah River and urban streams. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operates flood controls on the Savannah River, but there remains a low probability of significant flooding. Downtown Augusta is protected by the Augusta Levee which provides protection along the Savannah River from the boundary with. Augusta has a history of disastrous floods, which led to the construction of the levee in the downtown area. Due to the topography of the city, certain areas are prone to flood-related problems. Flooding can take hours or days to develop while flash floods can develop suddenly within minutes.
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Mississippi Period Archaeology of the Georgia Piedmont: 25 Hally, David Judson, Langford, James B. Georgia Department of Transportation (Other Keyword) (11 Records) Archaeology and Historical Geography of the Savannah River Floodplain Near Augusta, Georgia () DOCUMENT Citation Only Daniel T.
Elliott. Roy Doyon. This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. At the U.S.
Geological Survey river gauge near Clyo, in Effingham County, the Savannah's average annual flow is 12, cubic feet per second, one of the largest discharges of freshwater from any river in the Southeast.(One cubic foot equals about gallons.) The gauge at Clyo, approximately sixty-one miles upstream of the mouth of the Savannah, is the most downstream gauge that records river.
USGS SAVANNAH RIVER AT AUGUSTA, GA. This USGS monitoring station is funded in cooperation with Georgia Environmental Protection Division. The datum at this station was changed Dec.
21, to mean sea level. This station managed by the South Atlantic WSC Columbia Field Office. The Westo Indians, who lived along the Savannah River near Augusta from about towere one of the most important Native American groups in the southeastern United States.
They obtained firearms from the English in Virginia before most other Indians in the Southeast did, which gave them a tremendous military advantage over bow-and-arrow Indians. Elliott, Daniel T. and Doyon, Roy Archaeology and Historical Geography of the Savannah River Floodplain Near Augusta, Georgia, University of Georgia Laboratory of Archaeology, Series Rep Athens, Georgia.
Google Scholar. Savannah River, river formed by the confluence of the Tugaloo and Seneca rivers at Hartwell Dam, Georgia, constitutes the boundary between Georgia and South Carolina as it flows southeastward past Augusta and Savannah, Ga., into the Atlantic Ocean after a course of miles ( km).
Its chief tributaries are the Broad and Little rivers (north of Augusta) and Brier Creek (south of. Archaeology and Historical Geography of the Savannah River Floodplain Near Augusta, Georgia () THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE NEW ECHOTA STATE HISTORIC SITE, GORDON CO.
GEORGIA () Archaic Period Archaeology of the Georgia Coastal Plain and Coastal Zone () Case Studies: Part III - Two Late Lamar Sites Near Ray's Corner, Oconee County. Extensive farmland outside protection of the Augusta levee on the Georgia side becomes flooded.
Extensive farmland and developed areas near gum swamp on the South Carolina side become flooded. Flood stage. Extensive areas of New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam Park including park roads and bridges become flooded. Archaeological and Historical Geography of the Savannah River Floodplain Near Augusta, Georgia () Archaeology and Historical Geography of the Savannah River Floodplain Near Augusta, Georgia () Cultural Resource Reconnaissance of the Proposed Factory Shoals Wilderness Park, Newton County, Georgia ().
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To fill an increasing need for reliable information on floods of various recurrence intervals on the Savannah River a flood-frequency relation was developed for the long-term gaging station at Augusta, Georgia.
The flood-frequency analysis was complicated by the fact that the Savannah River upstream of Augusta has experienced increasing regulation of flow caused by three large dams constructed. E.
Merton Coulter, Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia (Athens: University of Georgia Press, ). John B. McIntosh, The Official History of Elbert County, (Atlanta: Cherokee, ). The county was named for Charles Lenox, duke of Richmond, who was sympathetic to the cause of the American Revolution ().
First settled in the s, Richmond County originally encompassed all of present-day Richmond, Columbia, and McDuffie counties, as well as parts of Warren, Glascock, and Jefferson counties. According to the U.S. census, the county population was. Archaeology and Historical Geography of the Savannah River Floodplain Near Augusta, Georgia.
( MB) Crook, M. Ray. Mississippi Period Archaeology of the Georgia Coastal Zone. ( MB) Historic Period Indian Archaeology of Northern Georgia.
( MB).The bridge was the major crossing of the Savannah River south of Augusta until completion of U.S. 17 Alternate and the much larger Eugene Talmadge Bridge in U.S.
17 Alternate provided a short cut, connecting with U.S. 17 near downtown Savannah.This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. The ones marked * may be different from the article in the profile.