Phase I Archaeological Survey – Harlan County, KY

During this Phase I Archaeological survey which was conducted within the Benham, KY U.S.G.S. 7.5′ topographic quadrangle, steep side slopes of Black Mountain were surveyed to identify any archaeological resources within the project area and assess their potential eligibility for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places (NHRP). The field efforts consisted of visual inspection and systematic shovel testing appropriate to site. During this survey one site was identified which consisted of a scatter of prehistoric cultural material that consisted of a low-density of lithic debitage. Learn more about our all of our services here or just Phase I Survey services here. Otherwise contact us for a quote on your upcoming project today.

Phase 1 Survey Mountains Winter

Phase I Archaeological Survey – Leslie County, KY

During this Phase I archaeological survey which was performed by means of surface and subsurface testing, we identified one archaeological site. It was a prehistoric open habitation without mounds consisting of a scatter of chert debitage of undetermined temporal-cultural affiliation. This survey was performed prior to coal resource extraction to identify any historic or prehistoric sites that may be disturbed by the land clearing activities. Learn more about our all of our services here or just Phase I Survey services here. Otherwise contact us for a quote on your upcoming project today.

Phase 1 Archaeological Survey

Steep Slope of Survey Area

Phase 1 Archaeological Survey- Breathitt County, KY

This month we have been in Breathitt County, KY surveying for historic and prehistoric sites on a tract of land. The steeply incised valleys expose a Sandstone formation that creates rock overhangs. Learn more about our all of our services here or just Phase I Survey services here. Otherwise contact us for a quote on your upcoming project today.

Phase 1 Archaeological Survey

Investigating Sandstone Outcrop