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SEAC: The Search for Battery Halleck


   

TEST EXCAVATIONS AT CIVIL WAR PERIOD

BATTERY HALLECK

FORT PULASKI NATIONAL MONUMENT

CHATHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA
 
 


 
 

David G. Anderson

Principal Investigator and Author

With contributions by John Jameson, Talley Kirkland, David Fuerst, John Breen, Kent Cave, and Julie Barnes Smith
 
 

Technical Reports No. 2

Interagency Archeological Services Division

National Park Service
 
 

January 1995

 
 
  The Technical Reports series, published by the Interagency Archeological Services Division, National Park Service, presents the results of cultural resource management investigations in the Southeast and beyond.

Series editorial board: The Staff of the Interagency Archeological Services Division, Tallahassee, Florida

Technical advisors: David G. Anderson, John E. Ehrenhard, Harry G. Scheele, and John H. Jameson

Production editor: Virginia Horak

TECHNICAL REPORT SERIES

No. 1 "Archeological Survey Along the Upper Savannah River: Including Underwater Investigations at the Rembert Mound Group" by David G. Anderson, Christopher Amer, and Rita Folse Elliott, 1994.

No. 2 "Test Excavations at Civil War Period Battery Halleck, Fort Pulaski National Monument, Chatham County, Georgia" by David G. Anderson, 1995.

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