• 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. Out of Print

  • #5

    Archeology at the Petersen House: Unearthing an Alternate History, by Matthew R. Virta, 1991. Out of Print

  • #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. Out of Print

  • #8

    Loudoun Heights: Archeological and Historical Resources Study, by Susan E. Winter and Dennis E. Frye, 1992. Out of Print

  • #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. Out of Print

  • #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. Electronic copy 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. Electronic copy available on request.*

  • #19

    Archeological Overview, Assessment, Identification, and Evaluation Study of the Thomas Farm, Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland, edited by Joy Beasley, 2010. Electronic copy available on request.*

  • #20

    Archeological Investigation of the L'Hermitage Slave Village, Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland, by Katherine D. Birmingham and Joy Beasley, 2014. Hard or electronic copy available on request (please specify).*


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