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Archaeological testing at three sites in the South Umpqua drainage, Douglas County, Oregon

William Andrefsky

Archaeological testing at three sites in the South Umpqua drainage, Douglas County, Oregon

by William Andrefsky

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Published by Center for Northwest Anthropology, Dept. of Anthropology, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeological surveying -- Oregon -- Douglas County,
  • Archaeological surveying -- Oregon -- Umpqua River Watershed,
  • Indians of North America -- Oregon -- Douglas County -- Antiquities,
  • Umpqua River Watershed (Or.) -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Andrefsky, Jr., Elizabeth G. Wilmerding, and Stephan R. Samuels.
    SeriesProject report / Center for Northwest Anthropology, Dept. of Anthropology, Washington State University -- no. 24., Project report (Washington State University. Center for Northwest Anthropology) -- no. 24.
    ContributionsWilmerding, Elizabeth G., Samuels, Stephan R., Washington State University. Center for Northwest Anthropology,
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi leaves, 148, [5] p. :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17010647M
    OCLC/WorldCa32450110

    3. Preparing to survey the industrial waste of an outfall plume near Winchester Bay, Oregon, are Bert Barnes and Bob Manor (used in Beaver, p). Beaver Yearbook Photographs (P 3). OSU Archives 4. Typical lay of land and farm upon the cut over section on Smith River, Douglas County. Water Resources Research Institute, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Portland District, Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, Pacific Northwest River Basins Commission. Economic impact of public investments in small-boat facilities and county and state parks in the Lower Umpqua River area of Douglas County, Oregon., (WRRI) no

    Title: The herpetology of the interior Umpqua River drainage, Douglas County, Oregon: Authors: St. John, Alan D.; Keywords: Amphibians; Reptiles; Issue Date:   This excerpt from the book "Historic Douglas County, Oregon" copyrighted in , can be found on page The Hedricks Of Hardscrabble John Hedrick, father of a numerous Oregon family, became the first citizen of Drain before the town was founded.

    Other major rivers in Oregon include the Deschutes, the John Day, and the Willamette. More than 80 natural and artificial lakes are in Oregon with Crater Lake being the deepest lake in the United States. With its offshore and inland waters, a little over 2% of Oregon is covered with water (2, square miles). The Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology (SOULA) SOULA connects culture, history, and place in a meaningful way. We conduct grant- and contract- funded research that includes archaeological survey, excavation, and analysis; GIS mapping; .


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The Umpqua River, approximately miles long, is a principal river of the Oregon coast, draining an expansive network of valleys in the mountains on the western slopes of the Cascade Range. The river, whose entire length is in Douglas County, is formed by the confluence of the North Umpqua and South Umpqua Rivers northwest of Roseburg.

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Agee, James K. Fire Ecology of Pacific Northwest Forests. Island Press, Washington, DC: pp. The Oregon Archaeological Society Press. The Society has published reports on various archaeological sites and topics since They are written through the efforts of Society volunteers, with the guidance of professional archaeologists.

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