• NCR Regional Archeology Program

    NCR Regional Archeology Program

    WashingtonD.C.

Occasional Report Series

Stephen R. Potter, Ph.D., Series Editor

  • #1

    The Hinterland: An Overview of the Prehistory and History of Prince William Forest Park, Virginia, by Patricia L. Parker, 1985. Out of Print.

  • #2

    Maryland Heights: Archeological and Historical Resources Study, by Susan W. Frye and Dennis E. Frye, 1989. Out of Print.

  • #3

    Portici: Portrait of a Middling Plantation in Piedmont Virginia, by Kathleen A. Parker and Jacqueline L. Hernigle, 1990. Out of Print

  • #4

    Historical and Archeological Study of the George Washington Memorial Parkway, Arlington County, Virginia, by Paul B. Cissna, 1990. Hardcopy available on request.*

  • #5

    Archeology at the Petersen House: Unearthing an Alternate History, by Matthew R. Virta, 1991. Hardcopy available on request.*

  • #6

    Interdisciplinary Investigations of Domestic Life in Government Block B: Perspectives on Harpers Ferry’s Armory and Commercial District, edited by Paul A. Shackel, 1993. Out of print.

  • #7

    Cultural Resource Survey and Inventory of a War-Torn Landscape: The Stuart’s Hill Tract, Manassas National Battlefield Park, Virginia, edited by Laura J. Galke, 1992. Hardcopy available on request.*

  • #8

    Loudoun Heights: Archeological and Historical Resources Study, by Susan E. Winter and Dennis E. Frye, 1992. Hardcopy available on request.*

  • #9

    Archeology at Harmony Hall: Exploring the Late Seventeenth-Century Frontier of Maryland, by Robert Sonderman, Matthew Virta, Marilyn Nickels, and Stephen Potter, 1993. Hardcopy available on request.*

  • #10

    Archeological Investigations in the Backyards of Public Buildings 32 to 36, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park: The Package 116 Prehistoric Occupations, edited by Cari C. Young Ravenhorst, 1994. Out of print.

  • #11

    Archeological Views of the Upper Wager Block, A Domestic and Commercial Neighborhood in Harpers Ferry, edited by Jill Y. Halchin, 1994. Out of print.

  • #12

    Domestic Responses to Nineteenth-Century Industrialization: An Archeology of Park Building 48, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, edited by Paul A. Shackel, 1994. Out of print.

  • #13

    National Capital Area Archeological Overview and Survey Plan, by Barbara J. Little, 1995. Hardcopy available on request* (Limited availability).

  • #14

    Views of a Changing Landscape: An Archeological and Historical Investigation of Sudley Post Office (44PW294), Manassas National Battlefield Park, Manassas, Virginia, by Matthew B. Reeves, 1998. Hardcopy available on request.*

  • #15

    Dropped and Fired: Archeological Patterns of Militaria from Two Civil War Battles, Manassas National Battlefield Park, Manassas, Virginia, by Matthew B. Reeves, 2001. Hardcopy available on request.*

  • #16

    An Archeological and Historical Investigation of Stone House (44PW298), Manassas National Battlefield Park, Manassas, Virginia, edited by Matthew B. Reeves, 2001. Hardcopy available on request.*

  • #17

    Archeological Investigation of the Robinson House Site (44PW288): A Free African-American Domestic Site, Occupied from the 1840s to 1936, Manassas National Battlefield Park, edited by Mia T. Parsons, 2001. Hardcopy available on request.*

  • #18

    Archeological Overview and Assessment and Identification and Evaluation Study of the Best Farm, Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland, edited by Joy Beasley, 2005. Hard or electronic copy available on request (please specify).*

  • #19

    Archeological Overview, Assessment, Identification, and Evaluation Study of the Thomas Farm, Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland, edited by Joy Beasley, 2010. Hard or electronic copy available on request (please specify).*


* Archeology reports available only to professionals
in the historic preservation community.