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Exploratory excavations at Fort Vancouver

Louis R. Caywood

Exploratory excavations at Fort Vancouver

by Louis R. Caywood

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Region Four in [Vancouver, Wash.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Washington (State) -- Fort Vancouver,
  • Fort Vancouver (Wash.) -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Louis R. Caywood.
    ContributionsBurnham, Howard J., signer., United States. National Park Service. Region Four Office.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF899.V2 U43 1947
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2], 21 leaves, 30 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17624985M
    OCLC/WorldCa18902108

    1. PREFACE By Robert F. Heizer and T. D. McCown The main body of this report, written by Dr. A. E. Treganza who was in immediate charge of the excavation crew at Fort Ross State Monument, stands as another contribution to the slowly, but steadily accumulating body of reports on the archaeology of historic sites in California. Excavations at Fort Vancouver, Season () Excavations at Rainbow House Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico () Excavations at Two Fort Okanogan Sites, () Exploratory Excavations at Fort Clatsop () Exploratory Excavations at Fort Spokane () Exploratory Excavations at Fort Vancouver ().

      Excavation was a interesting book for me, the second book by James Rollins that I have read, the first being Amazonia. To put it mildly I loved Amazonia, one of my favorite books I have read in the last year or so. Yet, the best I can say about Excavation is that it was alright. What I found with this book is it is basically the first edition 4/5. Russell, Carl P. "Picture Books of Fur Trade History." Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society, IV, (April). Illustrated. Notes on books to be published by the National Park Service. Sage, Walter N. "The Place of Fort Vancouver in the History of the [Pacific] Northwest." PNQ, XXXIX, (April). Saw, Reginald. "Treaty with the.

    THE EXPLORATORY EXCAVATION OF FORT CLATSOP By Louis R. Caywood .. FIRST ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF OREGON TERRITORY: 0. The Archeological Excavation of Fort Vancouver CAYWOOD, LOUIS R. The Exploratory Excavation of Fort Clatsop [ii, TABLE OF CONTENTS CRESSMAN, L. S.   Report of the Remote Sensing Survey at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Ms., Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Vancouver, WA. Birk, Douglas () When Rivers Were Roads; Deciphehring the Role of Canoe Portages in the Western Lake Superior Fur Trade.


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Exploratory excavations at Fort Vancouver by Louis R. Caywood Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excavations. is hoped that the Fort Vancouver archeological excavations will help to stimul: the people Exploratory excavations at Fort Vancouver book the '.!cst to preserve the concrete exmplcs of their past, as evidenced ir~ this site and others.

Awareness of the value of sii,es for inspirational and sentimental reasons is important, if t,he;j are t.o. t,n. cnjoyed hy. 54 Caywood, Exploratory Excavations at Fort Vancouver, 12, plates 3 and 55 For a discussion of "posts in the sill" construction, with many illustrations, see Marius Barbeau, "The House that Mac Built," in The Beaver, outfit (December, ), The two measurements as shown by archeological excavations were feet and feet.

Caywood, Exploratory Excavations, 9. Hussey, History of Fort Vancouver, plate XV (plate XIX of the present report). However, another copy of the same map continues to show the southwest gate as being directly south of the north wall gate. It was many years after the establishment of Fort Vancouver before a convenient local source of lime was discovered.

At least as early as the Company was importing coral from the Hawaiian Islands for building purposes. Get this from a library. Final report, Fort Vancouver excavations.

[Louis R Caywood; United States. National Park Service. Region Four Office,]. Exploratory Excavations For the Kanaka Village, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Vancouver, Washington.

Edward McMillan Larrabee, Susan Kardas. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following CollectionsCited by: 2. Exploratory Excavations at Fort Vancouver. Louis R. Caywood. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections National Archeological Database (NADB).

Exploratory Excavations for the Kanaka Village Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Vancouver, Washington. Vancouver, Washington: Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, July Vancouver, Washington: Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, July Fort Vancouver Excavations--III, Harness Shop.

Ms., National Park Service, Vanc ouver. Fort Vancouver Excavations -- IV, Chief Factor's House and K : Michael Pfeiffer. Each Book Excavation begins by cutting a hole in the cover of a book with a scalpel or x-acto blade. I cut my way through the pages selectively keeping fragments of images and words to create a composition using the content of the book as it emerges.

In this way a sculptural relief emerges as I carve my way though the pages. the Fort Vancouver. This plan shows and names all of the buildings within the Fort and also the bastion which was located on the northwest corner. The stockade measured by feet in size according to Vavasour's report.6 Richard Covington, an employee of the Hudson's Bay Com pany at Fort Vancouver, made a map of the Fort and village in.

Wendy C. Ortiz is the author of EXCAVATION: A MEMOIR (Future Tense Books, ) and Hollywood Notebook (Writ Large Press, ). Wendy writes the column "On the Trail of Mary Jane" for McSweeney's Internet work has appeared in The New York Times, The Nervous Breakdown, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, The Rumpus, Specter Magazine, and many other journals/5(65).

Exploring Fort Vancouver. Published in by the University of Washington Press, this book provides a comprehensive look inside the Fort Vancouver Museum Collection through essays written by Curator Theresa Langford, Archaeologists Douglas C. Wilson and Bob Cromwell, Historian Greg Shine, and Museum Technician Heidi Pierson.

A Bibliography of Glass Trade Beads in North America. Exploratory Excavations at Fort Spokane, Unpublished manuscript. Unpublished manuscript. Fort Vancouver. Chapters on feminist history and Fort Vancouver history are presented as essential preliminary background, in two parts.\ud Part 1 describes the general background relating to historical archaeological practice, the growing visibility of women in historical investigation, the history of the fort, its occupants, and its : Helen Delight Stone.

Upon request of Lancaster Pollard, Superintendent of the Oregon Historical Society, permission was granted by Regional Director O. Tomlinson of the National Park Service for the writer to make exploratory excavations at Fort Clatsop.

These excavations were to be made to determine, if possible, the location of the Lewis and Clark winter camp on the site owned by the Oregon Historical Society. Plate XXVIII. Fort Vancouver Courtyard, View toward Northwest Corner, Photographed by British Boundary Commission Party, May, The buildings visible are, left to right, the New Store, the sale shop, an unidentified structure, the root house (with gable roof sloping to ground level), the bastion, the granary, and the New Office.

WikiMatrix. A Czech team led by Miroslav Verner undertook exploratory excavations inandas well as a full excavation in and identified the complex as a pyramid with a cult pyramid and a mortuary temple, which they assigned to the time of the 5th dynasty King Nyuserre.

Glosbe Usosweb Research. The Complete Guide to the Temple Mount Excavations Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $ 10 Used from $ 5/5(1).

As determined by excavations conducted during the fall of by Mr. Louis R. Caywood, a National Park Service archeologist, the Fort Vancouver stockade at the time of its greatest extent formed a quadrangle approximately feet long and feet wide. Read from a library of over digitized historical children's books, available online from the University of Florida Digital Collections.

This collection includes British and American children's books and magazines from the mid s on by such authors as Lewis Carroll, Louisa May .The Exploratory Excavation of Fort Clatsop By Louis R. Caywood in this number is based on the first chapter of the book. again working on the excavation of Fort Vancouver.

Alfred A. Lomax, professor of business administration at the University of Oregon, is the author of Pioneer Woolen Mills in.Battle of the Blue Books, Baldwin Land and Stock Company, 19 Bauinann, Rudolph, "Archeological Excavation of Fort Vancouver," "Exploratory Excavation of Fort Clatsop," "Exploratory Explorations at Fort Vancouver," cited,