See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. Search icon An illustration of a magnifying glass. User icon An illustration of a person's head and chest. up Log in. Web icon An illustration of a computer application window Wayback Machine Texts icon An illustration of an open book. Books Video icon An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video Audio icon An illustration of an audio speaker.
Divorced wives want horny sex
Audio Software icon An illustration of a 3. Software Images icon An illustration of two photographs. Images Donate icon An illustration of a heart shape Donate Ellipses icon An illustration of text ellipses. Brown Marie E. Brown Karen P. Paul District, Corps of Engineers U. Post Office and Custom House St.
Paul, Minnesota Contract No. Army Engineer District, St. The resources investigation consisted of a phase I survey, literature and records search and a phase II testing program. Field reconnaissance resulted in recording 16 new sites. The sites contain 11 historic and 7 prehistoric components.
A proposal for phase III cultural resource investigations is developed, including a cost estimate. Paul District, Corps of Engineers to conduct a cultural resources survey of the upper Minnesota River project which is located in northeastern South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota. The cultural resources 'investigations consisted of a phase I survey, literature and records search and a phase II testing program.
The sites contain 11 historic components and seven prehistoric components.
Two sites contain more than one component. Nine sites are recommended for potential eligibility for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places. These sites consist of two prehistoric components represented at one site and eight historic components a grist mill, a silver mine, five sites with dugouts represented at five sites and a historic burial site. In addition, seven standing structures that were not given site s were recorded. A search of the South Dakota site files for Deuel and Grant counties yielded information that allowed inferences to be made concerning prehistoric and historic settlement patterns on the Coteau des Prairies.
Per Ms. Field work was initiated in July and was completed in September, The project entailed a pedestrian reconnaissance o-f seven proposed lake structures and 10 percent survey o-f proposed areas o-f channel clearing along tributaries o-f the South Fork o-f the Yellow Bank River.
The river clearing project area contains eight segments G, G, G, G, Q, and located on the -flat Minnesota Valley. The literature and records searches and the pedestrian reconnaissance were intensive. The Lac qui Parle County courthouse records in Minnesota were not examined since no sites were recorded in the county during the pedestrian reconnaissance.
Four local residents in South Dakota were interviewed due to their knowledge of the prehistory and history of the project area. Field work, consisting of an intensive pedestrian reconnaissance that included shovel testing, post hole augering and excavation of 1 X 1 meter test pits, resulted in recording 16 sites on the Coteau des Prairies.
In addition, seven standing structures that were not ased site s were recorded.
No sites were recorded within the 10 percent systematic sample survey of proposed channel clearing areas. The 16 sites contain 18 components i. Occupations represented at the sites include the Late Archaic, the Late Woodland, the late 19th century and the 20th century. The seven proposed lake projects have the following of sites and standing structures that may be indirectly affected by lake construction! None of the prehistoric sites within project area YB are recommended for nomination to the National Register.
All of the dugouts are attributed to late 19th century early Euro-American settlement of the region. Little systematic archaeological research has been conducted with dugouts.
What work has been done indicates they may potentially yield ificant information that will help elucidate early Euro—American settlement of the region. Therefore, it is recommended that these dugouts be examined for potential eligibility for nomination to the National Register. The grist mill, site 39GT16, has been ly examined by personnel from the South Dakota Historic Preservation Office and determined eligible for nomination to the National Register.
The silver mine, site 39GT8, is unusual for eastern South Dakota and is recommended for further investigation. A mass burial, site 39DE53, located adjacent to project area LQP-3 may be indirectly impacted by construction of the project. The site, consisting of an unknown of American Indian graves, may become subject to increased vandalism and erosion. Therefore, it is recommended that this site be avoided and preserved.
Survey and record searches indicate few prehistoric sites are located on the flat Minnesota River Valley. Few sites can be expected to occur along the terraces o-f minor drainages. However, prehistoric sites can be expected to occur on well-developed older higher terraces along larger streams and rivers.
ificant historic sites can be expected to occur on the terraces of larger streams and rivers. Most of the sites are dugouts that may potentially yield information that could help elucidate the early Euro-American settlement of the region. Within the project, avoidance is recommended for one historic component 39GT16the multicomponent prehistoric site 39DE56and site 39DE53, the mass burial of an unknown of American Indians. Since the of burials at site 39DE53 is not known, a cost estimate of their excavation, analysis and reburial is not possible at this time.
The cultural resources investigations indicate the project area has been used extensively by prehistoric and historic peoples.
Venice gondolier sun ( june 30, )
The proposed project will have adverse impacts upon both prehistoric and historic resources. These resources may potentially yield ificant information that may help elucidate the culture history of the region. Therefore, these cultural resources need to be protected for future generations. List o-f Tables Table 1. Level o-f Effort Toward the Completion of the Project. Sites and Soil Associations.
Amphibians and Reptiles in the Project Area. Fish Families in the Project Area. Birds Indigenous to the Project Area.
Woody Plants in the Project Area. Cultural Historical Sequence for the Project Area 9. Yellow Bank Subbasin Channel Reaches. Recommendations for Sites Recorded. Site Locational Pattern Data.
Project Areas and Site Impacts. Recommendations for Further Work.
Map showing major physiographic areas in the project region. Map showing the locations of the seven lake areas and the eight channel reaches within Grant and Deuel counties. Average monthly maximum and minimum temperatures. Average monthly precipitation.
Map showing the locations of sites discussed in text Index map of the Yellow Bank Subbasin showing the locations of the individual topographic and General Land Office maps 4, 5, 6, 7, B, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and Index map of the Lac qui Parle Subbasin showing the locations of the individual topographic and General Land Office maps 1,2 and 3. MAP 1. Map showing the general location of auger tests and 1X1 meter test pit at site 39DE Map showing the general location of auger tests and three 1X1 meter test pits at site 39DE MAP 2.
MAP 3. MAP 4.
MAP 5. Map showing the approximate location o-f auger tests in area no. Map showing the approximate location of auger tests in area no. Map showing the general location of the foundations at the grist mill, site 39GT Map showing the locations of dugouts at site 39GT9 and the location of site 39GT