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116. Geophysical Investigations and Monitoring of Selected Areas Associated with the Dry Prairie Rural Water System Tie-In Construction Project at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, Roosevelt County, Montana, and Williams County, North Dakota.
DeVore, Steven L.
The National Park Service’s Midwest Archeological Center and Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site staffs conducted geophysical investigations and construction project monitoring at the Fort Union Trading National Historic Site in Roosevelt County, Montana, and Williams County, North Dakota. The geophysical and archeological investigations were conducted between October 30 and November 16, 2007. The archeological investigations were requested by the park staff for selected areas within the park along the installation route of the Dry Prairie rural water system tie-in with the park’s existing water system in Roosevelt County, Montana, and Williams County, North Dakota. The project location extends across the southern portion of the Mondak townsite, the open prairie between the Mondak townsite and the Fort Union Trading Post site, the open prairie between the Fort Union Trading Post site and the park well near the Garden Coulee site, and the Garden Coulee site to the park’s maintenance facility and the well house.