Blukis Onat Applied Sciences (BOAS), Inc. Papers, 1968-2010  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Title
Blukis Onat Applied Sciences (BOAS), Inc. Papers
Dates
1968-2010 (inclusive)
Quantity
49 linear feet of shelf space, (80 boxes)
Collection Number
Cage 791 (collection)
Summary
Project-related records principally of BOAS, Inc., a Seattle-based cultural resource management firm founded by Astrida Blukis Onat in 1982 and still an active corporation thirty-five years later. Includes correspondence, field notes and maps, some artifacts, photographs, media, and final reports prepared for contracting agencies.
Repository
Washington State University Libraries, Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections.
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Terrell Library Suite 12
Pullman WA
99164-5610
Telephone: 509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu
Access Restrictions

Signed use agreement required for use of this collection. Materials are physically segregated by access conditions (unrestricted or restricted). The collection inventory designates all access restricted materials with an "R" after the box number to indicate materials housed in a separate area. In some cases, materials are open for access but may not be reproduced without permission.

[MASC staff note: Use agreement forms and list of contacts for permission are in Box 56.]

Languages
English.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Blukis Onat Applied Sciences, Inc. (later simply BOAS, Inc.) is a Washington corporation registered in 1982 by Dr. Astrida Blukis Onat. Classified by the North American Industry Classification System under 541690, "Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services," this Seattle-based firm specializes in archaeological and ethnographic work authorized under federal and state regulations to provide for the management of cultural resources.

Astrida Blukis Onat's professional life in the Pacific Northwest began in 1966 with an appointment as an Anthropology and Sociology Instructor at the newly formed Seattle Community College (later Seattle Central Community College) from which she retired nearly 30 years later. During a 1973-1974 sabbatical, Blukis Onat continued graduate studies at Washington State University (WSU) and in 1980 completed her PhD in anthropology.

For the first couple decades of her teaching career, Blukis Onat organized summer archaeological field schools for her students. Because of opportunities for consulting work separate from her academic position, she founded in 1974 as a sole proprietorship Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service (BACS) and characterized it as "perhaps the second private contract archaeology company in Washington State" (Blukis Onat, "BOAS History").* BACS and Blukis Onat joined others around the United States in cultural resource management (CRM), a term and a profession that emerged in the 1970s.

Blukis Onat's WSU affiliation gave access to the emerging contract arm of the university's anthropology department, Washington Archaeological Research Center, as well as to private contracting firms such as National Heritage, Inc., co-founded by WSU anthropology professor Richard Daugherty. Through BACS and working for or sub-contracting with WSU-associated groups, Blukis Onat completed archaeological projects for government entities and private firms. By late 1978, though, the advantages of an approach outside of university/college bureaucracies that allowed not only quicker response times but also collaborations with nearby professionals for more complex projects resulted in Blukis Onat teaming with Seattle Central colleagues in the Institute of Cooperative Research, Inc. (ICR), a Washington corporation, and within a year directing large projects such as for the Washington Public Power Supply System and Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Blukis Onat left ICR to found Blukis Onat Applied Sciences (later BOAS, Inc.) in October 1982. Blukis Onat's progression from consulting within college or university structures to business incorporation mirrored a national trend from the mid-1970s to the early 1980s of private industry replacing institution-based groups in the management of cultural resources. Some American archaeologists characterize this transition as the discipline's bifurcation between the contract-based work of CRM professionals and the research focus of academic archaeologists.

Cultural resource management flourished during this era because of the confluence of historic preservation with natural resources protection in the stream of governmental regulations. The 1906 Antiquities Act articulated the federal government's interest in protecting historic and prehistoric sites on public land while the 1935 Historic Sites Act asserted that the protection of resources identified as of national historical or archaeological significance was in the public's interest. But before the 1960s, policymakers had not systematically applied those acts to foster a preservation ethic for a variety of cultural resources. Preservation measures for archaeologists, in particular, involved not the management of cultural resources but attempts to "salvage" data as infrastructure projects such as dam building inundated huge areas from the 1930s into the 1960s. Although the 1960 Reservoir Salvage Act mitigated the ad hoc nature of these information collection efforts, the 1966 National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) solidified a national commitment to preservation in its call for "productive harmony" between "our modern society and our prehistoric and historic resources." NHPA orchestrated that harmony through provisions that constructed a management apparatus for cultural resources that included federal-state partnership in the formation of state historic preservation offices (and, after 1992 amendments, tribal historic preservation offices too), national oversight in the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, a more expansive definition of significance for cultural resources deemed eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places that the act created, and the Section 106 review process that was critical for the development of the field of cultural resource management because it mandated that federal agencies consider the effects on cultural resources of any projects they carried out, approved, or funded.

Albeit NHPA's Section 106 established a management process for cultural resources affected by federal undertakings, cultural resource management's rapid expansion waited until after the 1969 National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA). That statute called for "productive and enjoyable harmony between man and his environment" to be achieved by establishing the role of the federal government in assessing the effect of federally funded actions on the environment through its Environmental Assessment/Environmental Impact Statement process, which took into account "historic, cultural, and natural aspects of our national heritage." Thus NHPA and NEPA instituted a federal planning process to identify the effect of actions on the environment and on cultural resources. In 1971 President Nixon's Executive Order 11593 reinforced NHPA's preservation ethic and also called for locating and evaluating sites on federally owned or controlled properties. The 1974 Archeological and Historic Preservation Act authorized all federal agencies to fund investigations in order to mitigate the impacts of their projects on important archaeological sites.

The resulting historic preservation and environmental protection regulatory structure standardized a bureaucratic procedure of identifying and mitigating effects of actions on cultural resources that then created a market for CRM firms who could respond quickly to private and governmental requests for assessments. BOAS was one such firm. It competed for and secured many projects from the 1980s through the 1990s and into the 21st century.

In the 1980s, Blukis Onat continued as a full-time college instructor while directing the company and managing report production as principal investigator. Assisted by a limited staff of sometimes only a couple full-time employees supplemented by part-time workers, especially project-specific field crews, Blukis Onat and BOAS completed many small projects, most often surveys to locate prehistoric and historic sites within an area to be impacted by an undertaking such as highway realignment. Sometimes, though, the projects provided background used for planning. For example, Blukis Onat noted that in 1986 BOAS completed Washington State's first Resource Protection Planning Process (RP3) document ("BOAS History"). The National Park Service in the late 1970s advocated RP3, calling for each state to identify study units with common historical contexts and then to develop management plans for the cultural resources within them. Though RP3 generated much criticism and was replaced with more general guidelines for preservation and management plans, BOAS Project 198606 for the "Northern Puget Sound Study Unit" along with other study unit reports prepared for the state by other CRM contractors recorded early statewide cultural resource management efforts.

BOAS took on larger projects in the 1990s, some that included archaeological excavation for which data recovery required more temporary workers both for the field and the laboratory and demanded wide and deep data analysis to enable the synthesis necessary for reports that assessed responsibly the impact of an undertaking on the cultural resources. Blukis Onat characterized these projects as "equivalent to PhD dissertations" ("BOAS History") and noted the additional burden they imposed because clients often needed to be convinced that appropriate funding of report writing was as critical to compliance with CRM regulations as fieldwork. BOAS proved adept at these projects. In 2006, nearly a quarter century after the company's beginning, a principal with a competing CRM company remarked that BOAS had conducted more data recovery excavations than any other company in Washington state (Blukis Onat, "BOAS History").

The largest of these projects was a five-year contract with the Walla Walla District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to reassess the Palouse Canyon Archaeological District (BOAS Project 199212). That district included the famed but inundated Marmes Rockshelter with its evidence of occupation more than 11,000 years ago as well as dozens of other sites. The scope of this contract required the company to secure a Small Business Administration loan to bulk up for a project that required field crews for each October from 1992 through 1995 for site survey and extensive rock shelter excavations, the subsequent analysis of what was recovered, annual report production, and a culminating, eighth volume with a management plan for the Palouse Canyon Archaeological District. During these years, BOAS managed $500,000 or more in contracts. The expanded workload allowed Blukis Onat to accept an early retirement from Seattle Central in 1995 and devote herself full time to the company no longer only as principal investigator but also often as project manager.

Projects ebbed and flowed as cultural resource management evolved in changing governmental environments such as ones that favored public-private partnerships. Another complex excavation project brought BOAS into one of these partnerships beginning in 1997. For a Tolt River water treatment facility, Seattle Public Utilities teamed with CDM Philip, the company in charge of designing, building, and operating the facility once constructed. That private firm then subcontracted BOAS first for monitoring during construction that quickly became large-scale data recovery of cultural resources several thousand years old and resulted in a six-volume report. The Tolt archaeological site generated more than bureaucratic paperwork and gray literature. Because its location was known as an old Snoqualmie settlement Stuwe'yuqw, members of several Northwest tribes visited the site. Chairman of the Snoqualmie Tribe Andrew de los Angeles organized volunteer efforts to continue investigations after the contracted work concluded and involved Snoqualmie Valley public schools as well. Archaeology Month activities in 1998 and 1999 offered visits to the site and to the laboratory. King County integrated the site into middle school curriculum for Snoqualmie Valley schools. In addition to these public outreach efforts, BOAS informed the professional archaeological community through a series of poster and paper presentations at the 1999 Northwest Anthropology Conference and the 2000 and 2001 Society for American Archaeology conferences. Finally Stuwe'yuqw starred in a 2001 video production for "Seattle Focus," a monthly video magazine on Seattle's governmental access channel. In these outreach efforts, BOAS Project 199705 revealed the wider reach possible for some CRM projects.

The Palouse Canyon and Tolt projects focused primarily on prehistoric resources but another project highlighted the company's ability to work with historic resources including standing buildings in the Swanson Lakes Wildlife Area in the Channeled Scablands of Lincoln County, Washington (BOAS Project 199710). Along with prehistoric land uses, BOAS documented historic ones through oral history interviews with local residents who recalled agricultural uses and with members of the Spokane Tribe and Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation who traveled to the area to harvest seasonally available plants.

The company's ethnographic research into the communities who moved across the Swanson Lakes landscape exemplified another shift in the scope of and approach to cultural resource management. Though not specifically a piece of CRM legislation, the 1978 American Indian Religious Freedom Act (AIRFA) identified the federal government's role in protecting access to Native sacred places. For federal landholding agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service, the act motivated them to identify such sites. As mentioned above, one of ICR's large projects was for Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. In 1980 this forest contracted for an inventory of tribal peoples' religious use of the forest. Working with thirteen tribes and different ethnographers over three years, ICR produced a three-volume report not in this collection but held by the forest. This experience in applied ethnography and the contacts made with Northwest tribal members produced long lasting results for Blukis Onat and ultimately for BOAS.

The founding documents of cultural resource management referred to "resources" and "properties," but not often to the people who produced them. Unlike NHPA or NEPA, AIRFA referred first to people in its call "to protect and preserve for American Indians" their religious rights. Though the 1988 Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association Supreme Court decision eviscerated the law's provisions to protect sacred places, AIRFA marked a shift in federal legislation solidified in 1990 when the National Park Service issued "National Register Bulletin 38: Guidelines for Evaluating and Documenting Traditional Cultural Properties" and in it defined "traditional cultural properties." The Section 106 review process had always included consultation with living communities and through it had, for example, been used to protect places a community, especially tribal peoples, regarded as integral to their identity. These locations, not all with distinct boundaries, became known in the bulletin as "traditional cultural properties" (TCP). The bulletin then provided guidelines to assess their eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places. Nothing in the bulletin limited designation of "traditional cultural properties" to Native American spiritual sites, but cultural resource managers most often use TCP for such sites.

A reorientation of CRM practice to recognize cultural resources' significance as defined by living communities and not just by research potential aligned with Blukis Onat's broadened anthropological approach that combined archaeology and ethnography. While conducting field schools for her SCC students, Blukis Onat had since the late 1960s regularly consulted with members of the Swinomish Indian Community (SITC) and in the 1970s had met Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe (SSIT) members. By the late 1980s, Blukis Onat worked with and for these communities as an ethnographic expert in court cases and because of her friendship with the sisters Jean Bedal Fish and Edith Bedal, edited their "Two Voices, A History of the Sauk and Suiattle People and Sauk Country Experiences." Though the legal work belongs to and resides with the tribes, the "Two Voices" manuscript is accessible here (BOAS Project 200003). BOAS produced an ethnographic literature review for Mount Rainier National Park that also resulted in a volume of the "Journal of Northwest Anthropology" devoted to reproducing Northwest Indian peoples' legends about Tahoma (Mount Rainier). Each of the above along with the earlier inventory of tribal peoples' religious use of Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest laid the groundwork in ethnographic practice essential for the Sound Transit's Central Link Light Rail project (BOAS Project 200005). For it, in addition to the archaeological monitoring and data recovery on prehistoric and historic sites, BOAS interviewed tribal members and defined as a traditional cultural property a series of rock promontories associated with mythological beings and events for the Duwamish people. For researchers interested not only in the results for archaeological work on prehistoric sites and a historic 1930s Hooverville in the Seattle vicinity but also in the integration of TCP and ethnographic studies, the data recovery reports, "Epic of the Winds" TCP National Register nomination form, and "Winds, Waterways, and Weirs" ethnographic study of the Central Link Light Rail route are available here.

In 2006, founder Blukis Onat hoped to sell BOAS and retire, but when that plan fell through she chose to complete the remaining archaeological projects in the next few years and continue ethnographic work with tribal governments. As of 2017, constrained but active, BOAS, Inc., lives.

The collection's most obvious value lies in the diverse topics represented by different projects, most in Washington, including data recovery for sites several thousand years old to those only a few decades old as well as applied ethnography with a number of Northwest tribes. Those interested in following the arc of the discipline of cultural resource management from its first years into the twenty-first century may do so here through close examination of the types of projects and for whom they were completed and of Blukis Onat's narrative history of BOAS, Inc., found in the Processing and Collection Documentation file.

For scholars interested in small businesses, BOAS certified as a Women's Business Enterprise and as an Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business. The narrative history tells tales of small business challenges: second mortgages; financial juggling necessitated by the nature of CRM work that required tremendous capital outlays to hire and equip field crews and sustain office staff sometimes for months before receiving any payment; the founder having to delay or default in paying herself; personnel management; billing overhead; and to the third of her three business lessons: "make sure one has access to loads of money all the time" (Blukis Onat, "BOAS History").

* "BOAS History" is not only a narrative history of BOAS, Inc., but also a professional autobiography of Astrika Blukis Onat. It can be found in the Processing and Collection Documentation file.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The project-specific records of BOAS, Inc., from 1982 until 2010 dominate the collection. Records before 1982 consist of projects conducted by Dr. Astrida Blukis Onat either as a faculty member at Seattle Community College or a private-sector archaeologist. All project locations are in Washington State unless otherwise noted. Included are project proposals and reports prepared for federal, state, and local governmental agencies, corporations, and private individuals as well as materials associated with those projects such as correspondence, field notes, photographs and other media, graphics and maps, and a few artifacts (e.g., lithics). The donor wrote a history of the company (Blukis Onat, "BOAS History") and provided some promotional materials housed in the "Processing and Collection Documentation" files.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Unless otherwise indicated, materials are open and available for research use. Copyright restrictions apply. In some cases, as noted in the inventory below, materials are open for access but may not be reproduced without permission.

Preferred Citation

[Item Description] Blukis Onat Applied Sciences (BOAS) Inc. papers, 1968-2010

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder project
1/1 196801 Site 45KI19, Tokul Creek excavations by Seattle Community College Field School (1967) with assistance from Washington Archaeological Society, King County: report.
Open and available for research use
1968
1/2 197401 Salmon Creek Outfall Archaeological Reconnaissance by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service, Clark County: proposal; field notes; report (3-page letter).
Open and available for research use
1974
71/1 197401 Salmon Creek Outfall Archaeological Reconnaissance, Clark County: artifacts.
Open and available for research use
1974
1/3-4 197501 Site 45JE16 Indian Island, Excavations by Washington Archaeological Research Center, Jefferson County: scope of work; correspondence including with Department of Navy and with Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe; field notes; aerial photo; and report.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
1975-1978
1/5 197601 Snee-oosh Beach, Archaeological Reconnaissance by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service, Skagit County: 4-page report.
Open and available for research use
1976
1/6-8 197602 Du Pont Property, Cultural Resources Survey by National Heritage, Inc., Pierce County: black and white negatives and contact sheet; color slides; correspondence; field notes; map; and report.
Open and available for research use
undated, 1976-1977
71/2 197602 Du Pont Property, Cultural Resources Survey by National Heritage, Inc., Pierce County: artifacts (whiteware).
Open and available for research use
undated
1/9 197603 Wing Point, Winslow, Archaeological Reconnaissance by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service, Kitsap County: report.
Open and available for research use
1976
1/10 197701 Kala Point, Archaeological Reconnaissance for Kala Point Development Co. by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service, Jefferson County: black and white negatives and contact sheet; field notes; maps; 2-page letter report.
Open and available for research use
1977
71/3 197701 Kala Point, Archaeological Reconnaissance for Kala Point Development Co., Jefferson County: artifacts (lithics).
Open and available for research use
1977
71/4 197701 Kala Point, Archaeological Reconnaissance for Kala Point Development Co., Jefferson County.: artifacts (shell and bone).
Open and available for research use
1977
1/11 197702 Site 45KP9, Preliminary Evaluation of Impact of Sinclair Inlet Sewerage Facilities by Washington Archaeological Research Center, Kitsap County: correspondence; site form.
Open and available for research use
1977
1/12 197802 Olympic National Forest and Olympic National Park, Background Documents on Ethnography and Archaeology, Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service: black and white negative and print; and drafts of bibliography (draft) and archaeological research design.
Open and available for research use
circa 1978
1/13 197803 Northern Tier Pipeline Project Review by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service: preliminary documents regarding the effect on cultural resources; copy of proposed Memorandum of Agreement between State Historic Preservation Officer and Northern Tier Pipeline Company.
Open and available for research use
undated, 1979
1/14 197804 Wing Point Fairway View, Planned Unit Development Project, Archaeological Reconnaissance by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service, Kitsap County: map of development; 1-page report.
Open and available for research use
undated, 1977
1/15 197805 Site 45SK31, Gymnasium Expansion Survey by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, Skagit County: 2-page letter report.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
1978 March
2/1 197806 Site 45SK22 and Lone Tree Point/Tosi Point, Archaeological Field Reconnaissance of the Thousand Trails property by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service for Pacific Rim Group, Inc., Fidalgo Island, Skagit County: 5-page report.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
circa 1978
2/2 197808 Site 45JE16, Archaeological Excavations by Washington Archaeological Research Center, Indian Island, Jefferson County: report and newspaper article regarding reburial in 2000.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
1977, 2000 October
2/3 197901 Skagit Regional Airport, Cultural Resources Reconnaissance by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service, Bayview, Skagit County: color slides and report.
Open and available for research use
1979
2/4 197902 45CL98/99 and Historic Sites Affected by Delanoy Estates Development, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service for McKay and Sposito Company, Clark County: site forms and report.
Open and available for research use
1979
72/1-2 197902 45CL98/99 and Historic Sites Affected by Delanoy Estates Development, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance for McKay and Sposito Company, Clark County: 2 boxes artifacts (lithics).
Open and available for research use
1979
2/5 197903 Site 45SJ269, Initial Site Examination, Decatur Island, San Juan County: 5-page report with cost estimate for excavation.
Open and available for research use
1979
2/6 197904 (see also 198101) Anacortes Marina Site, Archaeological Reconnaissance by Blukis Archaeological Consulting Service, Skagit County: black and white negatives and contact sheet; color slides; map; 1-page report.
Open and available for research use
circa 1979
2/7-11 197905, 197905.1, 197905.2, 197905.3 Skagit River Levee and Channel Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Reconnaissance for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by Seattle Central Community College, Skagit County: correspondence; field notes; project map; bibliographic review and field reconnaissance, cultural resources survey, and supplemental cultural resources reconnaissance reports.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
1978-1980
73/1 197905 Skagit River Levee and Channel Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Reconnaissance for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by Seattle Central Community College, Skagit County: plates and figures for 197905.1.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
1979
3/1-8 197906 (see also 198103, 198104), 197906.1, 197906.2 Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS) Nuclear Projects 3 and 5, Archaeological Monitoring by Institute of Cooperative Research, primarily Grays Harbor County: correspondence; field forms; maps; black and white negatives, prints, and contact sheets; field notebooks; site forms; and 1979-1980 and 1980-1981 reports.
Open and available for research use
1969, 1970, 1973-1975, 1977-1981
75/1 197906 WPPSS Nuclear Projects 3 and 5, Archaeological Monitoring by Institute of Cooperative Research, primarily Grays Harbor County: aerial photographs.
Open and available for research use
1969, 1974
75/2 197906 WPPSS Nuclear Projects 3 and 5, Archaeological Monitoring by Institute of Cooperative Research, primarily Grays Harbor County: project diazo prints.
Open and available for research use
1976-1977
75/3 197906 WPPSS Nuclear Projects 3 and 5, Archaeological Monitoring by Institute of Cooperative Research, Grays Harbor County: project diazo print; drafting film; map of archaeological testing.
Open and available for research use
1979-1980
75/4 197906 WPPSS Nuclear Projects 3 and 5, Archaeological Monitoring, Grays Harbor County: diazo prints of powerline with archaeological data annotations.
Open and available for research use
circa 1979-1980
3/9 197907 East Arlington Regional Park Excavations, Archaeological Monitoring by Seattle Central Community College, Arlington, Snohomish County: correspondence; site form; report.
Open and available for research use
1979-1980
4/1 198001 The Skagit: Wild and Scenic River Study Report by U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service: report.
Open and available for research use
circa 1975
57R/1-2 198001 RESTRICTED -- Skagit Wild and Scenic River, Cultural Resource Overview and Sample Survey by the Institute for Cooperative Research for Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest: 3-volume report.
This material may not be accessed without permission, please contact MASC for details
1980
4/2 198003 Satsop Integrating Transmission Project, Cultural Resource Overview and Archaeological Survey performed by Institute for Cooperative Research under Washington Archaeological Research Center for Bonneville Power Administration: report .
Open and available for research use
1980
75/5 198003 Satsop Integrating Transmission Project, Cultural Resource Overview and Archaeological Survey performed by Institute for Cooperative Research under Washington Archaeological Research Center for Bonneville Power Administration: Field maps - USGS 15' and 7.5' topographic maps.
Open and available for research use
circa 1980
4/3 198101 (see also 197904) Anacortes Marina Site, Archaeological Reconnaissance, Skagit County: 4-page report; site forms.
Open and available for research use
circa 1981
4/4 198102 Cedar Falls Headwaters Improvement Project, Archaeological Field Reconnaissance, King County, for Seattle City Light Department: black and white negatives and prints; and 4-page report.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
1981
4/5 198103 (see also 197906 and 198104) Keyes Road Bridge Right of Way and the Fuller Bridge Site (45GH34), Archaeological Testing and Reconnaissance by Institute for Cooperative Research for Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS), Grays Harbor County: testing plan for 45GH34 and field notebook; report.
Open and available for research use
1980-1981
4/6 198104 (see also 197906 and 198103) Keyes Road Bridge Right of Way and the Flink Farm Site (45GH40), Archaeological Testing and Excavation by Institute for Cooperative Research for Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS), Grays Harbor County: field notes; field forms; black and white negatives, contact sheet, and prints; color slides; diazo print; report.
Open and available for research use
1980-1981
75/6 198104 Keyes Road Bridge Right of Way and the Flink Farm Site (45GH40), Archaeological Testing and Excavation by Institute for Cooperative Research for Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS), Grays Harbor County: diazo prints of project area and field map overlays.
Open and available for research use
1980-1981
4/7 198201 45SJ185, Archaeological Site Survey, San Juan County: original and revised site forms; deed; correspondence; color slides .
Open and available for research use
1951, 1975, 1981, 2012
4/8 198202 Proposed Taneum/Manastash Land Exchange between Wenatchee National Forest and BN Timberlands Inc., Cultural Resource Survey, Kittitas County: black and white negatives and prints; report, original and bound copy.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
1982
5/1 198203.1 Falls Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: correspondence and report.
Open and available for research use
1982-1983
5/2 198203.2 Upper and Lower Rocky Creek Water Power Projects, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: color slides and report.
Open and available for research use
1982
5/3 198203.3 Rocky Creek Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: report.
Open and available for research use
1983
5/4 198204.1 Racehorse Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: notes; correspondence; report.
Open and available for research use
1982-1983
5/5 198204.2 Deadhorse Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: correspondence and report.
Open and available for research use
1982-1983
5/6 198204.3 Boulder Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: report.
Open and available for research use
1982
5/7 198205.1 Damnation Creek Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Ross Lake National Recreation Area, Skagit County: report.
Open and available for research use
1982
5/8 198205.2 Thornton Creek Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Ross Lake National Recreation Area, Skagit County: correspondence and report.
Open and available for research use
1982-1983
5/9 198206.1 and 198603 (see also 198207 and 198208) Glacier Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: correspondence regarding consultation with tribes; maps; color slides; report.
Open and available for research use
1982, 1984-1986
5/10 198206.2 Canyon Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: correspondence and report.
Open and available for research use
1982-1983
5/11 198207 (see also 198206.1,198208) Ruth Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: correspondence and report.
Open and available for research use
1982
5/12 198208 (see also 198206.1,198207) Swamp Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: map and report.
Open and available for research use
1982
5/13 198209 Wells Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: correspondence and report.
Open and available for research use
1982, 1984
5/14 198301 Limekiln Property, Archaeological Survey, San Juan Island: site form; notes; 2-page report.
Open and available for research use
1983
5/15 198302 Mt. Baker Geothermal Project, Consultation with Native American Smokehouse Groups for Seattle City Light: color slides; correspondence; background literature on geothermal resources; map; report.
Open and available for research use
1983-1984
5/16 198303 (see also 198413) Battelle Marine Research Laboratories, especially Site 45CA277 (Suxtcikwi'in), Cultural Resources Overview, Sequim, Clallam County: correspondence; consultant agreement; proposals.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
1980-1985
5/17 198305 Burton Creek Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Snohomish County: correspondence and report.
Open and available for research use
1983
5/18 198306 Bagley Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: reports.
Open and available for research use
1983-1984
5/19 198307 Little White Salmon Creek, Willard Fish Hatchery, Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Skamania County: field notes; site form; report.
Open and available for research use
1983
5/20 198308 Quartz Creek Hydro Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish County: correspondence and report.
Open and available for research use
1983
5/21 198309 Diobsud Creek Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Skagit County: report.
Open and available for research use
1983
6/1-2 198401 North Fork Snoqualmie River Municipal Water Supply Project, Historical and Archaeological Resources Overview and Field Reconnaissance of the Reservoir, Penstock, Pipeline, and Powerhouse Locations for the City of Bellevue, King County: black and white negatives and prints; correspondence; field notes; maps; report.
This material may not be copied without permission, please contact MASC for details
1984, 1985, 2001
75/7 198401 North Fork Snoqualmie River Municipal Water Supply Project, Historical and Archaeological Resources Overview and Field Reconnaissance of the Reservoir, Penstock, Pipeline, and Powerhouse Locations for the City of Bellevue, King County: diazo prints of project areas.
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undated, 1984
6/3 198403.1 (see also 198601) Areas 3A and 3B (Foster Golf Course) of Renton Effluent Transfer System (ETS), Cultural Resource Investigations for URS Engineers under contract with METRO Transit, King County: correspondence; proposals for work; 8-page letter report.
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1984-1985
6/4 198403.2 ETS-4A/4B, 6, 7, 8A/8B, 9, and 10 of Renton Effluent Transfer System (ETS), Cultural Resource and Historic Structure Evaluation for URS Engineers under contract with METRO Transit, King County: report.
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1985
6/5 198403.3 and 198403.3a Site 45KI267 and ETS-3C/3D of Renton Effluent Transfer System (ETS), Cultural Resource Evaluations for URS Engineers under contract with METRO Transit, King County: reports.
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1985
6/6 198403.4 Renton Effluent Transfer System (ETS) and National Register of Historic Places Property Duwamish No. 1 Site (45KI23), Cultural Resource Data Recovery Program (backhoe trench, excavation, monitoring, testing) for URS Engineers under contract with METRO Transit, King County: correspondence; proposals; and report.
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1983, 1985, 2001, 2002
6/7 198404.1 Port Gardner Area, US Navy, Archaeological and Historical Cultural Resources Survey, Everett, Snohomish County: maps and report.
Open and available for research use
1984
6/8 198404.2 Sand Point Naval Air Station, Archaeological and Historical Cultural Resources Survey, King County: background document and report.
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1983-1984
6/9 198404.3 Pier 90 and 91 Terminals at Smith Cove, US Navy, Archaeological and Historical Cultural Resources Survey, King County: maps and report.
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1984
6/10 198405.1 Proposed Cathcart Sanitary Landfill, Site Area F, Cultural Resources Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Snohomish County: field notes; maps; preliminary report.
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1984
6/11 198405.2 Proposed Cathcart Sanitary Landfill, Site Area F, Cultural Resources, Snohomish County: final report.
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1984
6/12 198406 Skyport/Pickering Park, Archaeological and Historical Resources, Issaquah, King County: National Register of Historic Properties Nomination Form for Pickering Farm; maps; draft report.
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1984
6/13 198407 Swinomish Housing - 5 acre site, Cultural Resources, Skagit County: report.
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1984
6/14 198408 Coyote and Ski View Timber Sale Planning Areas, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Kittitas County: field notes; maps; report.
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1984
6/15 198409 Yarrow Village Project, Cultural Resource Assessment, King County: report.
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1984
6/16 198410 Skagit Salmon Hatchery, Cascade River Intake, Cultural Resources Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Skagit County: correspondence; field notes; maps; report.
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1981, 1984
6/17 198411.1 Owl Creek Small Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Jefferson County: map and report.
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1984
6/18 198411.2 Dungeness River Small Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resource Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Olympic National Forest, Clallam County: maps and report.
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1984
6/19 198412 Segelsen Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resources Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish and Skagit Counties: correspondence and report.
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1984
6/20 198413.1 45CA227 and Other Cultural Resources, Testing and Evaluation, Battelle Marine Research Laboratories, Washington Harbor, Sequim, Clallam County: correspondence and report.
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1984, 1995, 1996
6/21 198413.2 12,000 Years of Land Use:brochure prepared for Battelle Pacific Northwest Division.
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1984
7/1 198414 Silver Creek Small Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resources Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Olympic National Forest, Clallam County: background document and report.
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1982, 1984
7/2 198415 Reservoir Site and Harry Yabeelt Logging Unit, Cultural Resource Survey, Swinomish Reservation: report.
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1984
7/3 198416 Tyler Peak Small Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resources Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Olympic National Forest, Clallam County: background document and report.
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undated, 1984
7/4 198417 Rim Road Logging Unit, Cultural Resources Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Muckleshoot Indian Reservation: correspondence; maps; report.
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1984
7/5 198501 Site 45JE16 Indian Island, Site Visit and Archaeological Assessment for the Department of the Navy, Jefferson County: correspondence and 1-page report.
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1984-1985
7/6 198502 Winslow Waterfront Park Improvements, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance, Kitsap County: diazo prints; maps; correspondence; field notes; newspaper article; report.
Open and available for research use
1977, 1985
7/7 198505 Mt. Baker Geothermal Project, Native American Consultation (Lummi, Nooksack, Samish, Sauk-Suiattle, Swinomish, and Upper Skagit), for Seattle City Light: correspondence; notes; background documents; and report.
Open and available for research use
1985-1986
7/8 198507 Lakota Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion Phase III, Cultural Resources Reconnaissance for Lakehaven Sewer District, King County: correspondence; map; background documents; report.
Open and available for research use
1980, 1985
7/9 198508 Excelsior Mountain Hydroelectric Project, FERC No. 5338, Cultural Resources Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish County: correspondence; maps; report.
Open and available for research use
1982, 1984, 1985
7/10 198509 Jordan Creek Small Hydro Project, Cultural Resources Literature Search and Field Reconnaissance for Cascades Environmental Services, Skagit County: correspondence; field notes; map; report.
Open and available for research use
1983, 1985
7/11-12 198601.1 (see also 198403.4) Renton Effluent Transfer System (ETS) and National Register of Historic Places Property Duwamish No. 1 Site (45KI23), Cultural Resources Data Recovery Plan, METRO Transit (King County); 45KI267 and Foster Golf Course, Renton Effluent Transfer System (ETS), Cultural Resource Investigation, METRO Transit, King County: correspondence, request for proposal; and proposals.
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1985
7/13 198601.1a Renton Effluent Transfer System (ETS) and Duwamish No. 1 Site (45KI23), Protest of Bid Award on Data Recovery, METRO Transit (King County): correspondence and documents connected to BOAS protest of not being awarded contract.
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1985
8/1-2 198601.2 Renton Effluent Transfer System (ETS) and National Register of Historic Places Property Duwamish No. 1 Site (45KI23), 1986 Data Recovery for URS Engineers under contract with METRO Transit, King County: newspaper articles and report.
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1987
8/3 198601.3 Renton Effluent Transfer System, Archaeological Monitoring for URS Engineers under contract with METRO Transit, King County: report.
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1987
8/4 198602 Swinomish Channel Marina, Cultural Resources Survey, Swinomish Reservation, Skagit County: report.
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1986
8/5 198604 Kwina Road Improvements, Lummi Indian Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessment, Whatcom County: report.
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1986
8/6 198606 Northern Puget Sound Study Unit, Resource Protection Planning Process (RP3), Identification of Prehistoric Archaeological Resources, San Juan, Island, Whatcom, Skagit, and Snohomish Counties: report.
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1987
8/7 198607 SE 208th St., Kent, Archaeological Monitoring for Scoccolo Construction, Inc., King County: field notes and 2-page report.
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1986
8/8 198608.1 Road Improvements and Sites 45KP21, 45KP22, 45KP23, Cultural Resource Assessment, Port Gamble Indian Reservation, Kitsap County.
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1986, 2011
8/9 198608.2 Kwina Road Improvements, Lummi Indian Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessment, Whatcom County: report.
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1986
8/10 198608.3 Mission Beach Road Improvements, Tulalip Indian Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessment, Snohomish County: black and white prints and report.
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1986
8/11 198608.4 Pull-and-be-damned Road Improvements, Swinomish Indian Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessment, Skagit County: black and white prints and report.
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1986
8/12 198609 Proposed Recreational Development at Lake Sammamish State Park, Cultural Resource Investigation, Issaquah, King County: report.
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1986
8/13 198701 Cedar River Watershed, Cultural Resources Secondary Use Analysis, for Seattle Water Department, King County: task and alternatives reports.
Open and available for research use
1987-1988
8/14 198702 Harding Creek Mariculture Project, International Marine Farms, Inc., Cultural Resource Assessment, Kitsap County: field notes; maps; report.
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1987
8/15 198703.1 Proposed Hydroelectric Projects along Selected Portions of the Upper Skykomish Drainage, Phase I Cultural Resource Overview for Pacific Hydro, King and Snohomish Counties: report.
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1988
9/1 198703.2 Proposed Hydroelectric Projects along Selected Portions of the Upper Skykomish Drainage, Documentation of Indian Religious Use in Project Areas for Pacific Hydro, King and Snohomish Counties: correspondence and report.
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1983, 1989
9/2 198703.3 Proposed Hydroelectric Projects on Proctor, Burn, Duffey, Harlan, and Martin Creeks, Tributary to the Skykomish River, Phase II Cultural Resource Reconnaissance for Pacific Hydro, King and Snohomish Counties: reports.
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1989
9/3 198703.4 Proposed Hydroelectric Projects along Selected Portions of the Upper Skykomish Drainage, Martin Creek Drainage, Phase I Cultural Resource Overview for Pacific Hydro, King and Snohomish Counties: report.
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1990
9/4 198706.1 Cedar River Watershed, Cultural Resources Secondary Use Analysis - American Indian Religious Use - for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: report.
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1987
9/5 198706.2 Chester Morse Lake Probable Maximum Flood Pool, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance subcontracted under the Center for Northwest Anthropology (Pullman, WA), King County: report.
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1988
9/6 198707 (see also 199013) North Fork Tolt Project, Preliminary Cultural Resource Study and Recommendations for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: report.
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1988
9/7 198708.1 Snoqualmie River Flood Damage Reduction Study, Plan of Action for Cultural Resource Reconnaissance and American Indian Land and Resource Use for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, King County: related documents and report.
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1987
73/2 198708.1 Snoqualmie River Flood Damage Reduction Study, Plan of Action for Cultural Resource Reconnaissance and American Indian Land and Resource Use for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, King County: project maps.
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circa 1987
9/8 198708.2 Mill Creek, South Aberdeen/Cosmopolis Flood Control, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance and Testing as part of Environmental Impact Statement for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Grays Harbor County: project map and reports.
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1987
9/9 198708.3 and 198812.1 Snoqualmie River Flood Damage Reduction Study, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance and Identification of Traditional and Contemporary American Indian Land and Resource Use for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, King County: report (2 copies).
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1988 March
75/8 198708.3 Snoqualmie River Flood Damage Reduction Study, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance and Identification of Traditional and Contemporary American Indian Land and Resource Use for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, King County: aerial photograph of project area.
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1984
57R/3 198709 RESTRICTED - Naches Lithic Scatter (Site CRO5-07-81), Excavation and Data Recovery Report for White River Ranger District, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, King County: black and white photographs, stratigraphic profiles, and report.
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1987-1988
9/10 198710 Wells Creek Small Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance, Whatcom County: report.
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1987
9/11 198711 Rainbow Timber Sale, Cultural Resource Reconnaissance, Wenatchee National Forest, Chelan County: report.
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1987
57R/4-7 198712 RESTRICTED -- Headwaters-Extension (FS #06-17-06-30) of Site 45CH208, Data Recovery from Headwaters-Extension in Lake Wenatchee Ranger District, Wenatchee National Forest, Chelan County: color negatives, correspondence, background documents, proposal and data recovery plan, field notes, radiocarbon results, photocopies of historic maps (1897), interview notes, and report (unbound).
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1897, 1987-1988
58R/1 198712 RESTRICTED -- Headwaters-Extension (FS #06-17-06-30) of Site 45CH208, Data Recovery from Headwaters-Extension in Lake Wenatchee Ranger District, Wenatchee National Forest, Chelan County: bound report.
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1897, 1987-1988
74R/1 198712 RESTRICTED -- Headwaters-Extension (FS #06-17-06-30) of Site 45CH208, Data Recovery from Headwaters-Extension in Lake Wenatchee Ranger District, Wenatchee National Forest, Chelan County: USGS topographic maps with photocopies; polyester film site map with photocopies and overlays; excavation unit plots, feature and artifact drawings, paper and film; and paste-up figures for report.
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[1987-1988]
9/12 198713 "Grassers Hill" Parking Lot at Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, Cultural Resource Testing, Island County: black and white prints; field notes; project maps; and report.
Open and available for research use
1987
9/13 198714 Jenkin's Creek Park, Preliminary Cultural Resource Overview, King County: 3-page letter report.
Open and available for research use
1987
9/14 198715 Koma Kulshan Small Hydroelectric Project, Cultural Resource Assessment, Whatcom County: report.
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1988
9/15 198801.1 Maryhill State Park, Cultural Resource Assessment, Klickitat County: report.
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1988
9/16 198801.2 Maryhill State Park, Cultural Resources Background and Archaeological Testing, Klickitat County: report.
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1991
10/1 198801.2 Maryhill State Park, Cultural Resources Background and Archaeological Testing, Klickitat County: correspondence; field and lab notes; site forms; paper and drafting film report illustrations; project diazo prints; color slides; photographic logs.
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1988-1990
73/3 198801.2 Maryhill State Park, Cultural Resources Background and Archaeological Testing, Klickitat County: aerial photographs; diazo prints of aerial photographs and project maps; photocopied maps; transit data and field site maps.
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undated, 1955, 1971, 1990
10/2 198802 Two Logging Units, Cultural Resource Assessment for Lummi Business Council, Lummi Indian Reservation, Whatcom County: report.
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1988
10/3 198804.1 196th Street Road Improvement Project, Cultural Resource Assessment for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: aerial photographs; color prints and negatives; report.
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1983; 1988
10/4 198804.2 Smokey Point Road Improvement Project, Cultural Resource Assessment for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: report.
Open and available for research use
1988
10/5 198806 Cushman Spillway Modification Project, Historical/Cultural Inventory for Tacoma Public Utilities, Mason County: background documents; field notes; correspondence; project maps; report.
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1988-1989
10/6 198808 (see also 198813) Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Class I Historic Properties Inventory: report.
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1988
75/9 198808 (see also 198813) Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Class I Historic Properties Inventory: map copies with cable route marked.
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1988
79/1-4 198809 (see also 198917) Ferndale Pipeline Project, Cultural Resources Evaluation, Whatcom County: ½ inch VHS standard video cassette including one specifically of trench stratigraphy.
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circa 1988
73/4 198809 (see also 198917) Ferndale Pipeline Project, Cultural Resources Evaluation, Whatcom County: black and white negatives and contact sheet; field notes; stratigraphic profiles on paper and polyester film; project maps on paper and polyester film.
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1988-1990
11/1 198809.1 Ferndale Pipeline Project, Class I Historic Properties Inventory of the Route, Whatcom County: report.
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1988
11/2 198809.2 (see also 198917) Ferndale Pipeline Project, Sumas to Cherry Point, Class III Intensive Field Inventory, Whatcom County: black and white prints and negatives; photographic log; correspondence; field notes; maps (photocopies and drafting film); project area diazo prints; report.
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1988-1989
75/10 198809.2 (see also 198917) Ferndale Pipeline Project, Sumas to Cherry Point, Class III Intensive Field Inventory, Whatcom County: project diazo prints.
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1988
72/3 198809.2 (see also 198917) Ferndale Pipeline Project, Sumas to Cherry Point, Class III Intensive Field Inventory, Whatcom County: 1 box artifacts (lithics).
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1988
11/3 198810 Kalama, Washington, to Portland, Oregon, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Class I Historic Properties Inventory: report.
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1988
11/4 198811 Tolt Eastside Supply Line No. 2, Water Pipeline, Cultural Resource Assessment for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: report.
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1988
11/5 198812.2 Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project FERC Project Number 2493, Cultural Resource Overview, with Beak Consultants, Inc., for Puget Sound Power & Light Company, King County: preliminary, draft, and final reports.
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1988-1989
76/1-4 198813 (see also 198808) Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project: site maps (paper and drafting film); photocopies of baseline maps.
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circa 1988
11/6 198813.1 (see also 198808) Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Class III Intensive Field Inventory for Cultural Resources: maps (diazo prints and photocopies).
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1988-1989
12/1 198813.1 (see also 198808) Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Class III Intensive Field Inventory for Cultural Resources: report.
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1988-1989
12/2 198813.1 (see also 198808) Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Class III Intensive Field Inventory for Cultural Resources: correspondence; field notes; maps; site forms.
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1989
13/1 198813.1 (see also 198808) Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Class III Intensive Field Inventory for Cultural Resources: color prints; black and white prints and negatives; photographic logs.
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1989
13/2 198813.2 Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Archaeological Testing and Monitoring: report.
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1990
13/3 198813.2 Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Archaeological Testing and Monitoring: field notes; site forms; diazo print project maps and aerial photos; maps.
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1989
73/5 198813.2 Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Archaeological Testing and Monitoring: maps; stratigraphic profiles on paper and drafting film.
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circa 1989
14/1 198813.2 Spokane to Everett, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Archaeological Testing and Monitoring: report master with original photographs and maps.
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circa 1990
14/2 198813.2a Snoqualmie Pass to Spokane, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optics Cable Route, Historic Survey: report.
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circa 1990
14/3 198814 Nooksack Falls Report Review, Puget Sound Power & Light Company: correspondence.
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circa 1990
14/4 198901 Spokane, Washington, to Boise, Idaho, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Class I Historic Properties Inventory: report.
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1989
14/5 198902.2 Six Bridge Replacement Projects, Cultural Resources Assessment for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: correspondence; bridge data sheets; field notes; maps; report.
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1989-1990
14/6 198902.3 Nine Bridges and Two Intersections, Cultural Resources Assessmen, for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: correspondence; black and white prints and negatives; bridge data sheets; field notes; maps; report.
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1989-1990
14/7 198902.4 Six Bridge Replacement Projects, Cultural Resources Assessment for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: bound report.
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1990
15/1 198902.4 Six Bridge Replacement Projects, Cultural Resources Assessment for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: bridge data sheets; color prints; field notes; maps; report master with original photographs and maps.
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1990
15/2 198902.5 Ash Way Reroute, Cultural Resources Survey for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: black and white prints and negatives; field notes; maps; report master with original photographs and maps; bound report.
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1991
15/3 198903 Henry Kwina and Realight Logging Units, Cultural Resource Assessment for Lummi Indian Business Council, Lummi Indian Reservation, Whatcom County: 4-page report.
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circa 1989
15/4 198904 Whidbey Island Naval Air Station Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Historic Resources Survey, Island County: report.
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1989
15/5-6 198907.1 Walla Walla Vicinity to Spokane, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Class III Intensive Field Inventory for Cultural Resources, Asotin, Columbia, Spokane, Walla Walla, and Whitman Counties: correspondence; site forms; maps; report master with original photographs and maps and bound report.
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1989
15/7-8 198907.2 Spokane to Walla Walla, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Surveying, Testing, and Monitoring, Asotin, Columbia, Spokane, Walla Walla, and Whitman Counties: artifact drawings; black and white contact sheets, prints, and negatives; color negatives, prints, and slides; and bound report.
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1989-1991
73/6 198907.2 Spokane to Walla Walla, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project: diazo prints of project area; artifact drawings; maps including photocopies of historic maps for towns in project area such as Colfax, Colton, Marengo, Steptoe, Thornton, Turner, Uniontown, Waitsburg (1901, 1910, 1913, 1980); photocopies of aerial photographs; and stratigraphic profiles (preprinted "45KI23" not always struckthrough) include 45GA202.
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undated, 1901, 1910, 1913, 1980, 1990
16/1-7 198907.2 Spokane to Walla Walla, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Surveying, Testing, and Monitoring: artifact data sheets and drawings; black and white contact sheets, prints, and negatives; color negatives, prints, and slides; field notes; historic resources background documents; photo logs; monitoring plan; report master with original photographs.
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1981, 1985, 1990-1991
16/8 198907.3 Ledgerwood Mammoth Site (45GA202), Spokane to Walla Walla, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project: correspondence including radiocarbon dating results.
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1990-1991
17/1 198907.3 Ledgerwood Mammoth Site (45GA202), Spokane to Walla Walla, Washington, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Garfield County: black and white prints; report including copy with original photographs.
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1991
79/5-8 198907.3 The Ledgerwood Mammoth Site (45GA202), AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Project, Garfield County: 4 ½ inch VHS standard video cassettes with 7 and 8 labelled October 1990 and 7 noting removal of overburden and excavations.
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undated, 1990
17/2-3 198908 Mountain Loop Highway Improvements, Cultural Resource Inventory, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish County: notes; maps; report.
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1990
17/4-5 198909 Proposed Sultan Basin Land Exchange, Archaeological Reconnaissance, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish and Pierce County: black and white prints and negatives; color slides; map; report master with original photographs; bound report.
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1989
17/6-7 198910 Skagit Hydroelectric Project Relicensing, Survey and Evaluation of Traditional Cultural Values, Properties, and Significance of the Project Area to Indian Tribes for Envirosphere Company and Seattle City Light (SCL): color prints and negatives; correspondence; maps.
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1989
18/1-5 198910 Skagit Hydroelectric Project Relicensing FERC No. 553, Survey and Evaluation of Traditional Cultural Values, Properties, and Significance of the Project Area to Indian Tribes for EBASCO Environmental (Envirosphere Company) and Seattle City Light (SCL): Envirosphere and EDAW, Inc. proposals to SCL; contact logs; correspondence; meeting minutes; progress reports; and final reports.
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1989-1990
73/7 198910 Skagit Hydroelectric Project Relicensing FERC No. 553, Survey and Evaluation of Traditional Cultural Values, Properties, and Significance of the Project Area to Indian Tribes, for Envirosphere Company and SCL: newspaper article; architectural plan for Swinomish Smokehouse Project; maps (figures from report).
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undated, 1990
79/9-19 198910 Skagit Hydroelectric Project Relicensing, Survey and Evaluation of Traditional Cultural Values, Properties, and Significance of the Project Area to Indian Tribes, for Envirosphere Company and SCL: audiotapes from intertribal meetings.
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1990 January 19, 1990 February 23
18/6 198911 Swinomish Reservation, Cultural Resources Assessment, Supplement to Mavor Project Survey 1989, Skagit County: report.
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1993
18/7 198912.1 Pacific Power and Light Quarry Near Roosevelt, Washington, Cultural Resource Assessment, Klickitat County: field notes; maps; report.
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1989
18/8 198912.2 Pacific Power and Light Quarry Near Roosevelt, Washington, Cultural Resource Assessment, Klickitat County:correspondence; addendum to report regarding rock cluster.
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1989
19/1-2 198913 Silver Lake Lithic Scatter, CRO-02-52, Evaluation of the Prehistoric Cultural Resources, Darrington Ranger District, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish County: color print; field notes; maps; report.
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1989-1990
73/8 198913 Silver Lake Lithic Scatter, CRO-02-52, Evaluation of the Prehistoric Cultural Resources, Darrington Ranger District, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish County: artifact drawings; site maps.
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1989-1990
19/3 198914 Ruth and Swamp Creek, Field Activities and Survey for EBASCO Environmental Company, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County: narrative; field notes.
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1989
19/4-5 198916 Proposed Westview Housing Project, Cultural Resources Survey, Lopez Island, San Juan County: correspondence; field notes; maps; report.
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1989-1990
19/6 198917.1 (see also 198809) Ferndale Pipeline Project, Cultural Resources Evaluation and Matrix for Evaluation and Treatment of Subsurface Cultural Materials Discovered during Monitoring for ARCO Western Gas Pipeline Company and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Whatcom County: proposal; monitoring plan; report.
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1989-1990
19/7 198917.2 (see also 198809) Ferndale Pipeline Project, Cultural Resources Monitoring for ARCO Western Gas Pipeline Company and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Whatcom County: correspondence; daily monitoring logs; meeting minutes.
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1989-1990
19/8 198917.3 Ferndale Pipeline Project, Archaeological Testing of Proposed Stream Crossings for ENSR Corporation, Whatcom County: bound report.
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1989
20/1 198917.3 Ferndale Pipeline Project, Archaeological Testing of Proposed Stream Crossings for ENSR Corporation, Whatcom County (continued): black and white prints and negatives; color prints and negatives; photo logs; report master with original photographs.
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1989
20/2 198917.4 Ferndale Pipeline Project, Cultural Resources Monitoring Results, Whatcom County: correspondence; field notes; video logs; photo logs with black and white negatives; report master with original figures and bound report.
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1990-1991
20/3 198918 San Rafael Canal Flood Control Project, Geotechnical Soil Analysis, for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, San Francisco District, California: report.
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1990 February
20/4 199001.1 Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station Properties in Jefferson and Kitsap Counties, Archaeological Resource Assessment: correspondence; National Register of Historic Places forms for multiple sites; and report.
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1979, 1982, 1985, 1990
21/1 199001.1 Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station Properties in Jefferson and Kitsap Counties, Archaeological Resource Assessment (continued): correspondence and National Register of Historic Places forms for multiple sites.
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1979, 1982, 1985, 1990
21/2 199001.2 Indian Island Site 45JE16, Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station Properties, Emergency Site Review, Jefferson County: 3-page letter report.
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1990
21/3 199002.1 Blaine to Everett, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Route, Class I Historic Properties Inventory: report.
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1990
21/4-5 199002.2 Blaine to Everett, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Route, Class III Cultural Resources Survey: field notes; maps; background documents; report.
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1990
21/6 199002.2a Blaine to Everett, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Route, Class III Cultural Resources Survey, Traditional Cultural Properties: report.
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1991
21/7-8 199002.3 Blaine to Everett, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Route, Cultural Resource Testing and Research: black and white contact sheet and negatives; correspondence; Class I proposal; summaries of meeting with tribal representatives; report master with original photographs and maps and bound report.
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1990-1991
22/1-2 199002.4 Blaine to Everett, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Route, Cultural Resource Monitoring: field notes; testing and monitoring proposals; impletmentation and verification forms; and report.
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1990-1991
22/3 199002.2, 199002.3 and 199002.4 Blaine to Everett, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Route, Cultural Resource Survey, Testing, and Monitoring: field maps.
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1990-1991
73/9 199002 Blaine to Everett, AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Route, Cultural Resources: maps on paper and drafting film copies of project area.
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1990-1991
22/4 199003 Riverbend Estates Development in Auburn, Cultural Resources Survey, King County: report.
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1990
22/5 199004 Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, National Park Service Interpretive Project Signage Review for Monroe's Landing Wayside Exhibit, Island County: correspondence.
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1990
22/6 199005 Green River Bicycle Trail, Cultural Resource Survey, King County: color prints and negatives; report.
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1990
22/7 199006 Renton Apartment Development, Archaeological Testing, King County: correspondence and report.
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1991, 2001
22/8 199007 Low Income Housing Development in the Birch Point/Point Whitehorn Area, Survey and Testing, Whatcom County: correspondence; field notes; map; site form; report.
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1990
22/9-10 199008 Mather Memorial Parkway, Cultural Resource Inventory, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Pierce County: black and white prints and negatives; field notes; field maps; Forest Service cultural resource site records; and report.
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1990-1991
22/11 199009 45SK31, Cultural Resources Testing, Swinomish Community Hall Building Expansion, Skagit County: report.
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1990 October
22/12 199011 (see also 198602) Swinomish Marina Project's Compensation Wetland, Cultural Resources Survey, Supplement to Cultural Resources Survey of Swinomish Channel Marina (198602), Skagit County: report.
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1990 October
23/1 199012 Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Housing, Island County: aerial photographs; color prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; maps; and report.
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1990-1991
23/2 199013.1 (see also 8707, 9705) Tolt Water Filtration Plant, Cultural Resources Survey for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: background documents; correspondence; field notes; maps; project drawings; request for proposal; technical proposal; and report.
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1991
23/3 199013.2 (see also 8707, 9705) Tolt Water Filtration Plant, Cultural Resources Survey of Primary Acquisition Area for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: report.
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1992
23/4 199013.2, 199013.3 (see also 8707, 9705) Tolt Water Filtration Plant, Cultural Resources Survey of Primary Acquisition Area, Cultural Resource Assessment of a Potential Burial Area in the Vicinity of the Backwash Solids Disposal Study Area for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: black and white prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; maps; site forms; and reports.
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1991-1992
23/5 199013.3 (see also 8707, 9705) Tolt Water Filtration Plant, Cultural Resource Assessment of a Potential Burial Area in the Vicinity of The Backwash Solids Disposal Study Area for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: report.
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1993
23/6 199013.4 (see also 8707) Tolt Water Filtration Plant, Assessment and Documentation of Puncheon Road Remnants along Swan Loop Road for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: black and white prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; photographic log; and report.
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1993
23/7 199014 Cedar River Municipal Watershed, Development of Natural and Cultural Resource Inventories, prepared by Dames & Moore and David Evans Associates, Inc., for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: proposal.
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1990 November
23/8 199014 Chester Morse Lake Temporary Pumping Plant No. 2 in Cedar River Municipal Watershed, Cultural Resources Review for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: background documents; correspondence; Environmental Impact Statement sections pertaining to cultural resources.
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undated, 1990, 1991
23/9 199102 Little Boston Archaeological Site on Point Julia, Artifact Curation, Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, Jefferson County: correspondence.
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2011
23/10-11 199104 Big Lake Water System Project, Cultural Resource Survey, Skagit County: black and white prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; photographic log; bound report and report master with original photographs.
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1991
24/1-2 199106 Selected King County Parks Properties, Cultural Resource Assessment, and Geoarchaeological Survey of Tolt River-MacDonald Park, King County: maps; bound report and report master with original photographs
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1991
24/3 199106.1 Selected King County Parks Properties, Geoarchaeological Survey of Tolt River-MacDonald Park, King County: bound report
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1991 September
24/4-7 199107 (see 199014) Cedar River Municipal Watershed, Cultural Resources Inventories, Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: correspondence; cultural resource inventory forms; field notes; report
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1992-1993
24/8 199108.1 and 199108.1a Swinomish Reservation Housing Unit Parcel "C," Cultural Resource Identification Survey and Supplemental Survey, Skagit County: reports
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1991, 1993
24/9-10 199110 Upper Grouse Creek Watershed, Cultural Resource Inventory, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, Wallowa Country, Oregon: cultural resource inventory forms; field notes; report
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1991-1992
25/1 199111 Proposed Residential/Recreational Park at Jorstad Creek, Cultural Resource Assessment, Mason County: correspondence; field notes; maps; and report.
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1991-1992
25/2 199112 Port Gamble S'Klallam Indian Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessments, Kitsap County: correspondence.
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2011
25/3 199112.1 Proposed HUD Subdivision on the Port Gamble S'Klallam Indian Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessment, Kitsap County: report.
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1991 December
25/4 199112.2 Proposed Tribal Subdivision on the Port Gamble S'Klallam Indian Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessment, Kitsap County: report.
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1992 December
25/5 199112.3 Proposed Sewer Treatment Project on the Port Gamble S'Klallam Indian Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessment, Kitsap County: report.
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1993 December
25/6-7 199113 Proposed Tolt Pipeline, Phase II, near Redmond, Cultural Resource Assessment, King County: color prints and negatives; field notes; maps; and bound report and report master with original photographs.
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1991-1992
25/8 199114 Indian Island Collections especially 45JE16, NAGPRA Inventory Review: correspondence and collection lists.
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1991-1993
25/9 199115.1, 199115.2 Proposed Natural Gas Pipeline across a Portion of the Swinomish Indian Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessment and Trench Monitoring, Skagit County: reports.
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1992
25/10 199201.2 Proposed New Swinomish Dental Clinic, Cultural Resource Testing, Skagit County: report.
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1993 October
25/11 199203 Bellingham Parks, Cultural Resource Survey, Skagit County: correspondence; field notes; and report (3-page letter).
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1992
25/12 199204 Forest Practice Applications #1914722 and #19194723 Swinomish Reservation, Cultural Resource Assessment, Skagit County: report.
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1992 April
25/13 199205.1 Six Bridge Replacement Projects in Snohomish County, Cultural Resources Survey: color prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; photographic log; and report.
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1993-1994
25/14 199205.2 Eight Bridge Replacement Projects and Two Road Widening Projects in Snohomish County, Cultural Resources Survey: bridge HAER forms; color prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; maps; photographic log; and report.
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1994
25/15 199205.3 Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Snohomish County, Inventory: report.
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1994
26/1 199206, 199206.1, 199206.2, 199206.3 Proposed Twin Rivers Golf Course, Fall City, Cultural Resource Assessment, Follow-up Augur Testing and Monitoring, King County: black and white prints and negatives; reports.
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1992-1993
26/2-3 199207.1 SR 5 Toutle Park Road to SR 12 West, Archaeological Resources Phase 1 Survey for Washington State Department of Transportation: black and white prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; and report.
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1992-1993
26/4-5 199207.2 SR 5 Toutle Park Road to SR 12 West, Historic Structures Phase 1 Survey: black and white prints and negatives; correspondence; field note and 42LE189 test unit forms; and report.
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1993-1995
26/6-9 199207.3 SR 5 Toutle Park Road to SR 12 West and Sites 45LE189, 45LE290, 45TN228, and 45LE125, Phase 2 Archaeological Test Excavations Results and Treatment Recommendations for Sites Completed for Washington State Department of Transportation, Lewis and Thurston Counties: background research photocopies; black and white prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes and forms; maps; stratigraphic profiles; and bound report and report master with original photographs.
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1995-1996
72/4-13 199207.3 SR 5 Toutle Park Road to SR 12 West and Sites 45LE189, 45LE290, 45TN228, and 45LE125, Phase 2 Archaeological Test Excavations Results and Treatment Recommendations for Sites Completed for Washington State Department of Transportation: artifacts (10 bags - bone, charcoal, lithics).
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1995-1996
26/10 199207.4 SR5 Toutle Park Road to SR 12 West, North County Line Interchange and Larabee Road Interchange, Archaeological Resources and Historic Structures Phase 1 Survey for Washington State Department of Transportation, Lewis County: black and white photos and negatives; field notes; and report.
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1999
76/5 199207 SR 5 Toutle Park Road to SR 12 West, Archaeological Resources and Historic Structures Survey for Washington State Department of Transportation: highway construction map.
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undated
26/11 199208 132nd and 140th Streets near Renton, Cultural Resource Assessment, King County: report.
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1992
58R/2-4 199209 (199209.1, 199209.2, 199209.3) RESTRICTED -- Cle Elum, Kachess, and Keechelus Lakes, Cultural Resource Survey of the Drawdown Zones, Cle Elum Ranger District, Wenatchee National Forest, Kittitas County: bound reports.
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1993
77R/1 199209 RESTRICTED -- Cle Elum, Kachess, and Keechelus Lakes, Cultural Resource Survey of the Drawdown Zones, Cle Elum Ranger District, Wenatchee National Forest, Kittitas County: photocopies of USGS topographic maps marked with cultural resource locations marked.
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[1992-1993 ]
58R/5-6 199210.1 199210.2 RESTRICTED -- Twin Buttes Planning Area, Mt. Adams Ranger District, and Velvet Planning Area, Randle Ranger District, Cultural Resources Survey and Testing, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Lewis and Skamania Counties: artifact catalog sheets, field notes, photographic log, copies of topographic maps with project areas marked, and reports.
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1993
27/1 199210.3 Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Assessment of Subsurface Testing as a Component of Cultural Resource Surveys to Aid In Site Discovery in Western Cascade Environments: report.
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1994
27/2 199211 Stevens Pass Historic District, Archaeological Materials Analysis from Iron Goat Testing Project, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, King County: report.
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1993
59R/1-6 199212 RESTRICTED -- Palouse Canyon Archeological District, Site Testing for Walla Walla District of US Army Corps of Engineers (COE), Franklin and Whitman County: correspondence regarding proposal and contract; previously recorded sites forms (1948, 1960, 1966, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1987-1989, including Palouse Canyon Archaeological District National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form (1983)); technical proposal, original and amended; and original contract between COE and BOAS (1992) and contract modifications (1992-1994).
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1948, 1960, 1966, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1987-1989, 1992-1994
59R/7-9 199212.1 RESTRICTED -- Palouse Canyon Archeological District, Site Testing for Walla Walla District of US Army Corps of Engineers (COE), 1992 Field Season, Franklin County: correspondence including monthly progress reports and radiocarbon dating results; report (2 volumes).
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1992-1993
60R/1-4 199212.2 RESTRICTED -- Palouse Canyon Archeological District, Site Testing for Walla Walla District of US Army Corps of Engineers (COE), 1993 Field Season including Testing of McGregor Cave (45FR201), Franklin County: correspondence with monthly progress and consultant reports; McGregor Cave (45FR201) stratigraphic profiles, geological sample logs, drafts of report appendices C and D; bound report, 2 volumes.
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1993-1994
60R/5-9 199212.3 RESTRICTED -- Palouse Canyon Archeological District, Site Testing for Walla Walla District of US Army Corps of Engineers (COE), 1994 Field Season including Testing of Porcupine Cave (45FR202), Franklin County: color prints; correspondence with monthly progress and consultant reports; Porcupine Cave (45FR202) field-generated bag catalog sheets, lab-generated bag catalog sheets, lab processing notes, textile analysis, lithic analysis, geoarchaeological samples catalog, carbon samples catalog; and bound report, 2 volumes.
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1994-1995
61R/1-3 199212.3 RESTRICTED -- Palouse Canyon Archeological District, Site Testing for Walla Walla District of US Army Corps of Engineers (COE), 1994 Field Season including Testing of Porcupine Cave (45FR202), Franklin County: color prints; correspondence with monthly progress and consultant reports; Porcupine Cave (45FR202) collection bag catalog sheets, lab processing notes, textile analysis, lithic analysis, geoarchaeological samples catalog, carbon samples catalog; and bound report, 2 volumes.
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1994-1995
61R/4-9 199212.4 RESTRICTED -- Palouse Canyon Archeological District, Culture Resources Management Recommendations and Site Testing for Walla Walla District of US Army Corps of Engineers (COE), 1995 Field Season including Testing of 45FR404 (T42), 45FR428 (T8), 45FR444 (T34), 45WT206 (T32), Franklin and Whitman County: color prints and photographic log from field season; correspondence with monthly progress and consultant report; faunal analysis report with 3.5 inch floppy disk; magnetic survey with plots; and bound report, 1 volume field results and other management document.
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1995-1996
77R/2 199212 RESTRICTED -- Palouse Canyon Archeological District, Walla Walla District of US Army Corps of Engineers (COE): multiple large format (29"x44" and larger) maps of Palouse Canyon Archeological District and photocopy of topographic map. No site locations.
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1993
78R/ 199212.4 RESTRICTED -- Palouse Canyon Archeological District, Walla Walla District of US Army Corps of Engineers (COE): Poster board map (20"x32") with district boundaries and individual site locations, labeled Figure 1.1 from 1995 Field Season Report.
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1996
27/3-5 199213 Sheep Burnside Sites (35LIN391 and 35LIN392), Sevenmile Creek (South Santiam River) Drainage, Archaeological Data Recovery Investigations, Willamette National Forest, Linn County, Oregon: correspondence; US Forest Service site reports; field and lab notes; specialized analysis reports such as hydration analysis; and bound report and report master with original photographs.
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1993-1995
27/6-7 199214 Morse Pump Plant, Rattlesnake Lake and Boxley Creek, Cultural Resources Mitigation, for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: draft and final report.
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1993-1994
62R/1 199215 RESTRICTED -- 45LE263, Camp Creek Rockshelter, Formed Tool Analysis of Lithic and Bone Tools Recovered from Test Excavations in 1985, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Lewis County: laboratory notes and report.
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1993
62R/2-3 199216 RESTRICTED -- Sites 45SK222 (petroglyph) and 45SK223 (lithic scatter) and Tewalt (Beaver Lake) Quarry Project, Cultural Resource Survey for Citizens Committee to Preserve Nookachamps Valley, Skagit County: black and white petroglyph photographs; 5.25 inch floppy disk; correspondence; court documents; expert witness reports; maps with site locations; newspaper articles; site forms; and "expert witness" reports analyzing petroglyph authenticity.
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1992-1995
28/1 199217 Swinomish Reservation, Carlson Property, Forest Practices Application #FP1915768, Cultural Resources Assessment, Skagit County: report.
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1992 December
28/2 199218 Swinomish Reservation, Elsie Andres Allotment, Coastal Zone Development Permit #CZM9209005, Forest Practices Application #FP1915625, Cultural Resources Assessment, Skagit County: report.
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1992 December
28/3-4 199300.1 Well Spring (Upper and Lower) Oregon Trail Site, Listed on National Register of Historic Places, Archaeological and Historical Research and Resources Survey for National Park Service, Naval Weapons System Testing Facility, Boardman, Morrow County, Oregon: black and white contact sheets, prints, and negatives; correspondence; field notes; paper and diazo plots of surface cultural artifacts; photographic log; camera-ready report and bound copy.
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1994-1995
28/5 199300.2 Mount Rainier National Park, Review and Assessment of the Ethnographic Literature of Mount Rainier National Park with Annotated Bibliography, for National Park Service: 2 data CDs; annotated bibliography; correspondence; research notes; "Tahoma Legends - History in Two Voices," Journal of Northwest Anthropology 40:1 (Spring 2006); original figures for "Tahoma Legends"; report.
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1993-1999
29/1 199301 Pickering Barn, Listed on National Register of Historic Places, Historic and Cultural Resources for Pickering Corporate Park Environmental Impact Statement, Issaquah, King County: report.
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n.d.
29/2 199302 Proposed Tolt Pipeline No. 2, Phase III, across the Snoqualmie River Valley, Cultural Resource Assessment, King County: report.
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1993 March
29/3 199303 Tacoma Narrows Bridge/SR 16, Cultural Resource Investigation of 6-mile Segment for Washington State Department of Transportation, District 4, Pierce County: black and white prints and negatives; field notes; and report.
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1994
29/4 199304 Swinomish Reservation, Forest Practices Application FP1915922, Cultural Resources Assessment, Skagit County: report.
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1993 March
29/5 199305 Swinomish Reservation, Forest Practices Application FP1916332, Cultural Resources Assessment, Skagit County: report.
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1993 September
29/6-7 199306 Catherine Creek and Major Creek Drainages in Southwestern Klickitat County, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Cultural Resources Inventory and Evaluation, for US Forest Service: correspondence and report.
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1994-1995
76/6 199306 Catherine Creek and Major Creek Drainages in Southwestern Klickitat County, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Cultural Resources Inventory and Evaluation, for US Forest Service: 3 Metzger Map company diazo property maps and photocopies of them, 1 photocopy GLO 1883 map T3N R11E.
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1883, 1934
29/8-11 199307.1 U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Sitka, Sitka, Alaska, Archaeological and Historical Survey and Inventory: black and white aerial photos and paper copies; color prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; interview notes; original figures for report; and camera-ready report and bound copy.
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1994-1995
30/1-2 199307.2 U.S. Coast Guard Support Center Kodiak, Kodiak, Alaska, Archaeological Survey by subcontractor Northern Land Use Research for BOAS Inc., who is subcontracted by Richard Carothers Associates for US Coast Guard, Maintenance and Logistics Command, Alameda, CA: 2 3.5 inchand 1 5 1/4 inch floppy disks; correspondence; contract and supporting documents; and report.
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1995-1996
30/3 199308 Surface Water Management Division in Department of Public Works, Archaeological and Cultural Resources Project Reviews, King County: correspondence; field notes; and 59 letter reports on various projects.
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1994-1996
30/4 199401 Northwest Regional Power Facility (NRPF), Proposed Creston Site, Historic and Cultural Resources Review for Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council (EFSEC): section of report on historic and cultural resources.
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1994
30/5 199402 Westshore Wastewater Project, Archaeological Survey and Testing, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, Skagit County: report with addendum.
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1994 March
30/6 199403 Hanford Cultural Resources Project, Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland Operations Office of Department of Energy, External Peer Review Panel EPRP), Sheila Stump of BOAS one of members: agenda and presentations to EPRP; EPRP report.
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1994
30/7-8 199404 Mountain Loop Highway Construction, Cultural Resource Inventory and Research, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish County: camera-ready report and bound copy.
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1996
76/7 199404 Mountain Loop Highway Construction, Cultural Resource Inventory and Research, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish County: highway project maps.
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1994
30/9 199405.1 (see also 200004.16) Two Road Improvement Projects, 100th Street SE (SR 527 to 35th Ave SE) and 112th Street (I-5 to SR 99), Cultural Resources Assessment for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: correspondence; maps; original and bound report.
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1995
31/1 199405.2 (see also 200004.16) Airport Road HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle) - SR 99 to SR 526, Cultural Resources Assessment for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: field notes; inventory forms; project maps; and 2-page letter report.
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1995
31/2 199405.3 (see also 200004.15) Woods Creek (#6) and Lake Stevens (#125) Bridges, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: correspondence; field notes; project maps; 3-page letter report.
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1995-1996
31/3 199405.4 132nd Steet SE Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color prints; field notes; project map; and report.
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1996-1997
31/4 199501.1 Green River Trail, Phase II Cultural Resource Survey for MacLeod Reckord, Landscape Architects, King County: project maps and report.
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1995
31/5 199501.2 North Wind Weir Park Restroom, Cultural Resource Investigations for MacLeod Reckord, Landscape Architects, King County: correspondence; field notes; 5-page letter report.
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1996-1997
31/6 199501.3 North Wind Weir as part of Green River Trail, Phase II Cultural Resource Survey for MacLeod Reckord, Landscape Architects, King County: correspondence regarding trail's impact on weir, tribal consultations, and interpretive signage.
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1995-1998
31/7 199501.4 North Wind Weir Park, Archaeological Monitoring of Geological Coring for Intertidal Area for MacLeod Reckord, Landscape Architects, King County: correspondence and report of results from hand auger borings and geotechnical drilling.
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1997
31/8 199503 Proposed Fiber Optic Route Through Deception Pass State Park, Archaeological Survey, Island County: black and white aerial photos and negatives; correspondence; field notes; and report.
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1995
31/9-13 199504, 199504.1-199504.4 Four Sites (45SK2, 45SK3, 45SK213, 45SK214) in the Cypress Island Natural Resource Conservation Area, Archaeological Protection of Sites, Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Skagit County: color prints and negatives; correspondence and proposal; project maps; DNR management plan and request for proposal; report figures; site inventory forms; and reports for each site: 45SK2=199504.1; 45SK3=199504.2; 45SK213=199504.3; 45SK214=199504.4.
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1994-1995
31/14 199505 45SK224, Similk Bay, Testing of Site , Skagit County: correspondence; black and white and color prints and negatives; field notes; maps; 5-page letter report.
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1994-1995, 2000
31/15 199506.1 45IS13 (Snakelum Point), Nemnick Property, Archaeological Investigations, Island County: 6-page letter report.
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1995 September 15
31/16 199507 New Swinomish Dental Building Site, Archaeological Investigation, Skagit County: 5-page letter report.
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1995 September 18
31/17 199508.2 45SA222, Trout Creek Site,Wind River Ranger Station, Historic Artifact Analysis by Western Resources Consulting (WRC) for BOAS, Gifford Pinchot National Forest (GPNF), Skamania County: GPNF-provided scope of work; artifact catalog; WRC progress report.
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1996
32/1 199509 Proposed SR-20/South March Point Road Interchange Improvements Project, Cultural Resource Assessment, Skagit County: report.
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1995 October
32/2 199510 Proposed Aldarra Farm Golf Course, Archaeological Resource Assessment, King County: original report and bound copy.
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1995
32/3 199511 Proposed Rocky Reach Trailway, Archaeological investigations for Washington State Parks, Douglas County: correspondence; field notes; maps; study proposal; and report.
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1996
32/4 199601 Bear Paw Resorts Inc., La Push Project, Cultural Resouce Assessment for Williams Architects, Clallam County: black and white prints and negatives; architect site report; correspondence; field notes; maps; 7-page letter report.
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1995-1996
32/5 199602.5s Swinomish Channel Marina South of Highway 20, Cultural Resource Survey, Skagit County: unbound report.
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1996
32/6 199602.5t 45SK225, Swinomish Channel Marina, Assessment of Buried Cultural Resources and Testing Skagit County: report.
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1997 March
62R/4-5 199604 RESTRICTED -- Vancouver Lakes Archaeological District and the Vancouver Lowlands Mitigation Wildlife Area, Cultural Resources Site Survey for Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Clark County: original report and bound copy.
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1997 April
63R/1 199604 RESTRICTED -- Vancouver Lakes Archaeological District and the Vancouver Lowlands Mitigation Wildlife Area, Cultural Resources Site Survey for Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Clark County: 3.5 inch data disk; correspondence; 1982 determination of eligibility to National Register of Historic Places documents for Vancouver Lakes Archaeological District and related correspondence (1982-1983, 1985); photocopies of historical documents and maps (1888, 1892, 1943, 1948) and site forms.
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1888, 1892, 1943, 1948, 1982-1983, 1985, 1995-1997
77R/3 199604 RESTRICTED -- Vancouver Lakes Archaeological District and the Vancouver Lowlands Mitigation Wildlife Area, Cultural Resources Site Survey for Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Clark County: topographic maps with site locations marked.
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1996
32/7 199605 Surface Water Management Division in Department of Public Works, Archaeological and Cultural Resources Project Reviews, King County: color prints and negatives; photographic log; field notes; and 56 letter reports on various projects.
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63R/2 199606.1, 199606.2, 199606.3 RESTRICTED -- Camp Creek Rockshelter (45LE263), Archaeological Testing and Mapping Project (3 phases) for Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Lewis County: color prints; field notes; field artifact catalog sheets; site map; stratigraphic profiles; and reports (3).
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1996
63R/3 199607 RESTRICTED -- Janine's Lakeside Site (35CL196 or #662NA92) and Summit Lake Planning Area, Cultural Resource Inventory of Timber Management Units, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Clackamas County, Oregon: correspondence; US Forest Service Cultural Resource Site Report (662NA92, 662EA47) and Determination of Effect forms; maps; and report.
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1984, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1996
63R/4-5 199608 RESTRICTED -- 6 Archaeological Sites (42SA364 to 369 and 45SA375) and Skis-wa-tum (Surprise Lakes) Campground Road Repair Project, Cultural Resource Inventory, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Skamania County: correspondence; topographic map with site locations; and original and bound report.
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1998
32/8 199609 Frostad Road Project, Cultural Resources Assessment for Reid Middleton, Inc., Island County: 5-page letter report.
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1996 December 11
32/9-10 199610.1, 199610.2 Proposed Marblemount Community Park Facility including 45SK139, Pressentin County Park, Cultural Resource Survey for Skagit County Parks and Recreation, Skagit County: color prints and negatives; correspondence; project maps; research materials; original and bound report.
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1995-1997
33/1 199611 Proposed Reservation Road Improvement Project CRO #4021-1, Cultural Resource Assessment, Skagit County: report.
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1997 January
33/2 199702.1 Swadabs Intertidal Habitat Restoration Project, Core Probing Survey of Buried Cultural Resources especially 45SK31,Skagit County: report.
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1997 May
33/3 199702.2 Lois Fornsby Homesite, Cultural Resource Assessment, Skagit County: correspondence.
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1997 March 24
33/4 199702.3 Partridge Point Burial Recovery and Site Review (45IS218), Island County: correspondence and archaeological site inventory form.
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1997
33/5 199704 East Camano Drive Road Improvements, Cultural Resource Assessment, Island County: field notes and 3-page letter report.
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1997
64R/1-2 199705.1 (see also 198707 and 199013) RESTRICTED -- Construction associated with Tolt Filtration Facility, Artifact Awareness and Outline for Data Recovery Plan under CDM Philip (Philip Services) for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: correspondence regarding plan and plan document with project maps.
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1997-1998
64R/3-7 199705.2 RESTRICTED -- 45KI464 (Stuwe'yuqw) and Tolt Filtration Facility, Site Discovery, Proposal for Data Recovery Excavation, and Data Recovery Excavations (Phase 2 and 2b) under CDM Philip (Philip Services) for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: correspondence; archaeological excavation permit; field crew recruitment with resumes; field lab procedures - Paragon Research Associates (1998); weekly excavation reports including rapid excavation activity Phase 2b (August-November 1998) with photographs; data recovery excavation draft, comments, and final proposal.
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1998
64R/8 199705.2a RESTRICTED -- 45KI464 (Stuwe'yuqw) and Tolt Filtration Facility, Volunteer Phase at Request of Snoqualmie Tribe under Grant to Advocates for Archaeology and Historic Preservation (non-profit) from King County Landmarks and Heritage Commission for 1999 Volunteer Excavations and 1999-2000 Curriculum Development for Snoqualmie and Chief Kanim Middle Schools: amended archaeological excavation permit; correspondence; grant application; grant contracts; miscellaneous materials; and final report.
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1998-2000
65R/1-8 199705.3 RESTRICTED -- 45KI464 (Stuwe'yuqw) and 45KI489 and Tolt Filtration Facility, Data Recovery and Phase 3 Laboratory Analysis and Report Writing for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: 3 3.5 inch floppy disks and 2 CDs with report, forms, and figures; amended archaeological excavation permit; correspondence 1999-2000 regarding 45KI464 and 45KI489; consultant correspondence and specialized reports such as lithic analysis and sourcing, pollen, soil, stratigraphy with CD; laboratory procedures log; report illustrations; Phase 3 proposal for analysis and report preparation with proposal review and response; 45KI464 site form - 2000 update; 2-volume report with 3 volumes of appendices.
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Dec. 1998-2001
66R/1-2 199705.3 RESTRICTED -- 45KI464 (Stuwe'yuqw) and 45KI489 and Tolt Filtration Facility, Data Recovery and Phase 3 Laboratory Analysis and Report Writing for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: report appendices.
2001
66R/3-4 199705 RESTRICTED -- 45KI464 (Stuwe'yuqw) and 45KI489 and Tolt Filtration Facility, Cultural Resource Recovery for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: newspaper articles about Tolt project; Archaeology Month brochures with activities at stuwe'yuqw (1998, 1999); miscellaneous articles; Seattle Public Utilities Tolt Facility materials including CD; professional conference materials on 45KI464 frm 1999 Northwest Anthropological Conference and 2000 Society for American Archaeology.; and other items.
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1998-2002
79/20 199705 45KI464 (Stuwe'yuqw) and Tolt Filtration Facility, Cultural Resource Recovery for Seattle Public Utilities (Water Department), King County: Standard VHS videotape created by City of Seattle for "Seattle Focus" on the city's Governmental Access Channel (called TVSea in 2001 and Seattle Channel in 2014) about the Tolt Facility and stuwe'yuqw, 11:41 length.
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2001
33/6 199707.1, 199707.2 Tollgate Farm (45KI455h) and Prehistoric Site (45KI454), Archaeological and Historic Resource Assessment of Proposed Tollgate Farm Development with Response to Public Comments, King County: correspondence and reports.
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1997, 1999, 2002
33/7-11 199708.1 through 199708.5 Snohomish County Public Works Projects, Cultural Resource Assessments for assorted road improvement and curb work including 196th Street SW and 132nd Street SE, bike paths,and State Route 92 relocation near Granite Falls, Snohomish County: correspondence, project maps, and reports.
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1997-1999
33/12 199709 Sagebrush Flat Wildlife Area, Cultural Resource Assessment for Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, Douglas County: field notes; project maps: photographic log; original and bound report.
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1998-1999
80 o.s./1-10 199710 Swanson Lakes Wildlife Area (SLWA), Lincoln County: 5 USGS 7.5' topographic maps with duplicate for each and without annotations indicating site locations.
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1969
66R/5-8 199710 RESTRICTED - Swanson Lakes Wildlife Area (SLWA), Cultural and Historical Resource Survey for Washington Department of Fish And Wildlife, Lincoln County: correspondence; National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property forms; local informant interview transcripts; historic site forms; and project maps.
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n.d., 1980, 1987, 1995, 1997-1998, 2000
67R/1-14 199710 RESTRICTED - Swanson Lakes Wildlife Area (SLWA), Cultural and Historical Resource Survey for Washington Department of Fish And Wildlife, Lincoln County: aerial photographs; color prints, negatives, and slides; correspondence; field notes; prehistoric and historic site forms; photographic logs; and project maps.
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1992, 1997-1998, 2000
68R/1-8 199710 RESTRICTED - Swanson Lakes Wildlife Area (SLWA), Cultural and Historical Resource Survey for Washington Department of Fish And Wildlife, Lincoln County: color prints, negatives, and slides; 3 data CDs and 1 3.5 inch floppy disk presumably with report and figures; original and bound report.
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1998, 2000, 2001
33/13-14 199711 and 199711a Proposed Penn Cove Park Water District Water System Improvements and Sites 45IS49 and 45IS50, Archaeological Survey, Evaluation, and Monitoring of Sites, Whidbey Island, Island County: excavation permit and reports.
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1997 and 2004
33/15 199712 Meadowbrook Farm Project and Prehistoric Site 45KI458, Archaeological and Historic Resource Assessment, King County: correspondence and report.
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1998, 2001-2002
34/1 199713 Traditional Cultural Properties Administrative Memorandum of Agreement, Seattle City Light with Sauk-Suiattle Tribe, Upper Skagit Tribe, and Swinomish Indian Tribal Community: correspondence; draft and signed agreement.
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1995-1996
34/2 199714.1 Sunnyside Wildlife Area, Cultural Resources Site Survey, Benton and Yakima Counties: 1 data CD and 2 3.5 inch floppy disks presumably with report, forms, and figures; original and bound report (1 of 2).
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1998
34/3 199714.2 Sunnyside Wildlife Area, Cultural Resources Site Survey, Benton and Yakima Counties: bound site records volume (2 of 2).
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1998
34/4 199714.2 Sunnyside Wildlife Area, Cultural Resources Site Survey, Benton and Yakima Counties: original of site records volume (2 of 2).
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1998
35/1 199801 Proposed Improvement to I-90 Across Mercer Island, Cultural Resources Assessment for Washington Department of Transportation, King County: report.
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1999
35/2 199802.1 New Medical Building and Site 45SK31, Cultural Resource Testing, Swinomish Reservation, Skagit County: correspondence and letter report.
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1998
35/3 199802.2 Snee-oosh Road Private Property Improvement and Site 45SK19, Testing and Mitigation of Effects to Cultural Resources, Skagit County: letter report.
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1998
35/4 199802.3 Camano Island Private Property Improvement, Recommendations for Monitoring and Mitigation of Effects to Cultural Resources, Island County: correspondence.
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1999
68R/9 199802.4 RESTRICTED - Gibralter Burial Site (45SK217), Site Discovery and Gibralter Land Development Company Forest Practice Application, Skagit County: correspondence and site form.
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1991, 1992, 1999
35/5 199803 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement and Site 45IS28, Assessment of Effect on Archaeological Resources, Island County: letter report.
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1998 March 11
35/6 199805 Fort Dent Park Reclaimed Water Improvement Project, Archaeological Monitoring of Effect to Cultural Resources, King County: color negatives and prints; correspondence; field notes; and letter report.
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1998
35/7 199806 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement, Cultural Resources Review, Island County: letter report.
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1998 April 22
35/8 199807 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement and Site 45IS28, Archaeological Assessment of Impact to Site, Island County: letter report.
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1998 May 15
35/9 199808 Reservation Road Improvements, Cultural Resources Assessment, Skagit County: letter report.
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1998 June 14
68R/10 199809 RESTRICTED - Griffin Creek Site 45KI55 and Lower Griffin Creek Site [45KI497], Cultural Resource Studies and Comparisons to 45KI464, Field Work by BOAS and Analysis by HSW Enterprises, King County: correspondence; lithic analysis notes; project map; site form; and report.
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1998-2000, 2002
35/10 199810 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement and Site 45IS17, Archaeological Assessment of Impact to the Site, Island County: color negatives and prints; correspondence; field notes; photo log; site form; and letter report.
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1998
35/11 199811 Camano Island Private Property Improvement and Site 45IS84, Archaeological Assessment of Impact to the Site, Island County: letter report.
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1998 July 23
35/12 199812 Camano Island Private Property Improvement and Site 45IS9, Archaeological Assessment of Impact to the Site, Island County: color prints; correspondence; field notes; and letter report.
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1998
35/13 199901 Whidbey Island Bayview Road Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Survey, Island County: 1 data CD (Mac) labeled "Bayview Map"; color negatives and prints; field notes; and letter report, copy and original.
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1999
35/14 199902 Camano Island Private Property Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Survey, Island County: 1 data CD and 2 3.5 inch floppy disks presumably with report, forms, and figures; color negatives and prints; field notes; and letter report.
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1999
35/15 199903.1 Camano Island Cama Beach and 45IS2 , Review of Prior Cultural Resource Work and Assessment of Need for Additional Investigations in Relation to State Parks Development Plans for Swinomish Indian Tribal Community: letter report.
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1999 October 20
35/16 199905 South Hill Park and Ride, Puyallup, Cultural Resource Assessment for Washington State Department of Transportation, Pierce County: correspondence and letter report.
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1999
35/17 199906 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45IS28, Cultural Resource Assessment, Island County: letter report.
Open and available for research use
1999 April 30
35/18 199907 Camano Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45IS8, Archaeological Assessment of Impact to the Site, Island County: color negatives and prints; correspondence; field notes; and letter report.
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1999
35/19 199908 (see also 199605) Surface Water Management Division in Department of Public Works, Archaeological and Cultural Resources Project Reviews, King County: 8 letter reports on various projects.
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1998-1999
35/20 199909 200308 Camano Island Private Property Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Survey, Island County: color negatives and prints; correspondence; field notes; photo log; and letter report.
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1999, 2003-2004
35/21 199912 Camano Island Private Property and Sites 45IS7 and 45IS8, Preliminary Archaeological Evaluation of Prehistoric and Historic Resources, Island County: color negatives and prints; correspondence; field notes; historic resources research; and letter report.
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1999
36/1 199913 Camano Island Private Property Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Survey, Island County: correspondence and letter report.
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1999-2000
36/2 199914 Sewer Line on Whidbey Island and Site 45IS54, Cultural Resources Survey, Island County: letter report.
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1999
36/3 199915 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45IS13, Cultural Resource Assessment, Island County: correspondence and letter report.
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1999-2000
36/4 200003 Manuscript "Two Voices, A History of the Sauk and Suiattle People and Sauk Country Experiences," Jean Bedal Fish and Edith Bedal, with editorial assistance by A.R. Blukis Onat.
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2000
36/5 200004.01 South Lake Stevens Road Walkway, Archaeological Survey for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: field notes; project map; and letter report.
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2000
36/6 200004.02 Proposed Snohomish County Central Recycling and Transfer Station (CRTS) Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color negatives and prints; field notes; project aerial photo and maps; photo log; and original and bound report.
Open and available for research use
2001
36/7 200004.03 Proposed Silverton Bridge No. 56 Replacement Project, Silverton, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color negatives and prints; field notes; maps; photo log; and original and bound report.
Open and available for research use
2001
36/8 200004.04 Proposed Interurban Trail Overcrossings and Road Modifications Projects, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color negatives and prints; field notes; maps; and original and bound report.
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2001
36/9 200004.05 Proposed Swanson Bridge No. 80 Replacement Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color negatives and prints; field notes; project maps; and original and bound report.
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2001
36/10 200004.06 Sites 45SN19 and 45SN300 and Proposed South Machias Road/OK Mill Road Modifications and Machias Bridge No. 44 & Dubuque Creek Bridge No. 423 Replacement Projects, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: 1 3.5 inch floppy disk presumably with report, forms, and figures; color negatives and prints; field notes; photo log; project maps; site forms; and original and bound report.
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2001
36/11 200004.07 and 200306.19 Proposed Woods Creek Bridge No. 445 Replacement Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color prints; field notes; and original (2001 and 2005) and bound report (2005).
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2001, 2005
37/1 200004.08 Proposed Larch Way - Poplar Way Intersection Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color negatives and prints; field notes; photo log; and original and bound report.
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2001
37/2 200004.09 Proposed 148th Street Southwest Road Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color negatives and prints; field notes; photo log; and original and bound report.
Open and available for research use
2001
37/3 200004.10 Proposed Lundeen Parkway Extension Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color negatives and prints; draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (1994); and original and bound report.
Open and available for research use
1994, 2001
37/4 200004.11 BOAS-coordinated Historic Preservation Workshop (Section 106) for Snohomish County Staff: correspondence and materials.
Open and available for research use
2000-2001
37/5 200004.12 Proposed Little Pilchuck Bridge No. 268 Replacement Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color negatives and prints; field notes; and original and bound report.
Open and available for research use
2001
37/6 200004.15 (see also 199405.3) Proposed Woods Creek Bridge No. 6 Replacement Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color negatives and prints; correspondence (1996) ; field notes; project map; and original and bound report.
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1996, 2001
37/7 200004.16 (see also 199405.1 and 199205.2) Review of Previous Projects (199205.2 and 199405.1), Permitting Assistance for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: correspondence and copy of 199205.2 report.
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1994, 2002
37/8 200004.18 Sauk River Bridge # 414 Replacement, Cultural Resource Inventory for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: photo CD; color negatives and prints; correspondence; field notes; and original and bound report.
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2003
37/9 200004.17 200004.19 (see also 198804.1 and 199708.4) 196th Street SW (SR-524) from 24th Avenue W to SR-527 Road Improvement Projects, Cultural Resources Assessment for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: correspondence; color prints and negatives; photo log; project map; letter report and original and bound final report.
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2002-2003
73/10 200005 Map and Aerial Photo Resources Used for Various Phases of Central Link Light Rail Project, King County: aerial photo with site locations; photocopies of many historic maps of Seattle vicinity including 1862-63 and 1897 GLO maps also of Seattle, 1907 Duwamish-Puyallup survey, and 1912 "Kroll's Atlas of Seattle"; 1980 hydrology report.
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1862-1863, 1897, 1907, 1912, 1980
38/1 200005.A1 Geoarchaeological Assessment for Paleontological and Prehistoric Archaeological Resources as part of BOAS Archaeological Resources Monitoring and Treatment Plan (ARMT) for Central Link Light Rail Project (CLLR), King County: report.
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2003 July
38/2 200005.A2 Historical Archaeological Assessment as part of BOAS Archaeological Resources Monitoring and Treatment Plan (ARMT) for Central Link Light Rail Project (CLLR), King County: correspondence; radiocarbon dates; 35 mm color slides; and report.
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2003
38/3-4 200005.A3a and 20005.A3b3 Duwamish River Bend Site 45KI703, Archaeological Data Recovery Plan and Results for CLLR Project, King County: data and photo CDs: correspondence; analyses (such as radiocarbon dating) results; data recovery plan; and data recovery report.
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2004-2006, 2009, 2010
38/5 200005.A3b1 and 200005.A3b2 Tukwila (including 45KI703) and Poverty Hill, Cultural Resources Recovery for CLLR Project, King County: photo CD; color negatives; and report.
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2000, 2002-2004
38/6 200005.B (B1 and B2) BOAS Archaeological Resources Monitoring and Treatment (ARMT) Plans for Maintenance Base and Initial Segment of Central Link Light Rail Project (CLLR), King County: correspondence and reports.
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2002, 2004
39/1-4 200005.C Sites 45KI737 (Old Pine Street), 45KI688 (Seattle Industrial District Landfill also called Maintenance Base) and 45KI00820 (McClellan Station Landfill) and Locations Identified as Moderate and High Probability for Cultural Resources, Archaeological Monitoring during Construction Phase Excavations of the Central Link Light Rail Project (CLLR), King County: data CDs with aerial photos, maps, and artifacts; black and white print; correspondence; 103 progress reports (2002-2006); field notes; project maps; site forms and NRHP nomination forms; stratigraphic profiles; and reports.
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2002-2008
39/5-8 200005.D BOAS Ethnographic and Traditional Cultural Properties Study for CLLR, King County: black-and-white historic photographs; color prints; correspondence; Epic of the Winds Traditional Cultural Property National Register of Historic Places documents; and Winds, Waterways, and Weirs report.
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2001-2004
69R/1 200005.D BOAS Ethnographic and Traditional Cultural Properties Study for Central Link Light Rail Project (CLLR), King County: data CD with oral history transcripts from 2002 interviews with Muckleshoot tribal members.
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2001-2004
40/1-5 200005.E Administrative Documents for Central Link Light Rail Project (CLLR): BOAS proposal and qualifications package for archaeological monitoring, traditional cultural properties and ethnographic study for CLLR (2000); correspondence (1999-2005, 2007); CLLR Final Environmental Impact Statement Executive Summary, technical reports, addendum (1999, 2001); Environmental Assessment Initial Segment (2002); and miscellaneous Sound Transit and Regional Transit Authority documents.
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undated, 1996, 1999-2005, 2007
40/6 200005.F BOAS Archaeological Monitoring and Treatment Plan for University Link Segment in North Link, Central Link Light Rail Transportation Project, King County: CLLR Final Environmental Impact Statement North Link Technical Report (2006); correspondence with geotechnical results; field notes; and report, including data CD copy.
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2006-2009
41/1-2 200007, 200008 King County Swanson Homes Private Property Development Project and Site 45KI495, Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement Project, Cultural Resource Assessments: color prints and negatives; field notes; site form; and letter reports.
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2000
41/3-4 200009.1 and 200009.2 Marymoor Park, Sammamish River Restoration Project, Archaeological Considerations during Rechannelization, King County: aerial photograph and copies of historic aerial photos (1956, 1960, 1974, 1977, 1982); correspondence; copies of historic documents, maps, and photographs (1897, 1907-1908, 1950, 1963); project maps; and reports.
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undated, 1897, 1907-1908, 1950, 1956, 1960, 1963, 1974, 1977, 1982, 2000-2001
41/5 200010 Site 45SK239 and Bayview Pipeline Trench, Cultural Resources Monitoring For Department of Public Works, Skagit County: photo CD; correspondence; and letter report.
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2000
41/6 200011 Proposed Lilliwaup Post Office Relocation, Archaeological Survey, Kitsap County: color prints and negatives; field notes; project map; and letter report.
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2000
41/7 200012 Proposed Washington State Department of Transportation Park and Ride Facility at Terry's Corner and Roadway Improvements, Camano Island, Cultural Resources Survey, Island County: color prints, negatives, and photo log; correspondence; copies of historic maps (1859 and 1877); project maps; site forms; and original and bound report.
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1859, 1877, 2000, 2001
41/8-9 200014.1, 200014.2 (see also 200016) Longview Mint Farm Industrial Park Development, Cultural Resources Assessment including Coffin Rock (Mt. Coffin) Site 45CW3 and Monitoring Plan, Cowlitz County: data CD; correspondence; copies of historic photographs of Coffin Rock site (1925, 1995); field notes; maps; notes on interviews with local informants; and report.
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1925, 1995, 2000, 2001
41/10 200015 Proposed Property Development on Swinomish Reservation, Cultural Resources Survey, Skagit County: copies of photographs; map; and letter report.
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2001
41/11-12 200016.1, 200016.2 (see 200014) Longview Mint Farm Generation Project, Cultural Resources Survey and Assessment, Cowlitz County: data CD; field notes; notes on interviews with local informants; and reports.
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2001
42/1 200102 Cultural Resources Expertise Report for the I-405 Corridor Program Draft EIS Prepared by CH2MHill, Review of the Report by BOAS, Inc., King County: letter review and original CH2MHill report.
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2001
42/2 200103.1, 200103.2 Site 45KI498 and Auburn Commuter Rail Station Garage, Archaeological Field Inspection, Testing, and Monitoring, King County: 1 3.5 inch floppy disk presumably with site form and report; color prints, negatives, and photo log; correspondence; field notes; site form; and reports.
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2001
42/3 200104 Proposed Goldenrod Bridge Construction Project, Burlington, Cultural Resources Investigation, Skagit County: photo log; correspondence; field notes; and report.
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2001
42/4 200105 Site 45KI503 and Kent Commuter Rail Station Garage, Cultural Resources Monitoring, King County: data CD with site form and report; color prints and negatives; copies of historic maps (1910); field notes; site form; and letter report.
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2001
42/5-6 200106.1, 200106.2 Muckleshoot Indian Tribe Proposed Tribal Health Clinic Expansion and Adjoining Parcel, Cultural Resources Investigation, King County: color prints, negatives, and photo log; correspondence; field notes; letter report; and bound report.
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2001
42/7-8 200107.1, 200107.2 Proposed Xwechi'exen, Cherry Point, BP Cogeneration Facility Project, Cultural Resources Investigation for Access Roads and Facility, Whatcom County: 2 data CDs with site form and reports; field notes; and reports.
Open and available for research use
2002
42/9 200110.1, 200110.2 Tacoma Link Light Rail Route including Fife Block (45PI491), Archaeological Monitoring of Probable Areas of Cultural Materials for Sound Transit, Pierce County: color prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes with photo log; National Register and Tacoma Register of Historic Places nomination forms for Fife Block; site form.
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2001-2002
43/1 200110.1, 200110.2 Tacoma Link Light Rail Route including Fife Block (45PI491), Archaeological Monitoring of Probable Areas of Cultural Materials for Sound Transit, Pierce County: data CD and reports.
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2001-2002
43/2 200112 Proposed Airpark Industries Auto Storage Facility, Arlington, Cultural Resources Investigation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color prints and negatives; field notes; photo log; and report.
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2001
43/3 200114 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45IS16, Archaeological Survey, Island County: copies of photographs; correspondence; field notes; site form; and letter report.
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2001
43/4 200116 Shell Midden and 45WH62, Archaeological Investigation for Lummi Business Council, Whatcom County: color prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; photo log; site form; and letter report.
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2001
43/5 200202 (see also 199602) Swinomish Marina Project and Cultural Resources especially 45SK225, Cultural Resources Monitoring and Treatment Plan during Marina Construction, Skagit County: report.
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2003
43/6 200203.1 (see 199501) Green River Trail Phase II, Cultural Resource Survey Update, King County: report.
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March 2003
43/7 200203.2 (see also 199501) Cecil Moses Memorial Park Estuary (formerly North Wind's Weir Park), Archaeological Resources Monitoring under subcontract with MacLeod Reckord, King County: correspondence and 8-page report.
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2003
43/8 200203.3 (see also 199501) Green River Trail and Site 45KI680 Jeffs Farm, National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) Registration Form, King County: NRHP form.
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undated
43/9 200203 (see also 199501) 200203.1, 200203.2, 200302.3 Green River Trail Phase II between Kent and Auburn, Cultural Resource Survey, King County: artifacts (1 bead, shell, 1 lithic); data CD (200203.1, 200203.2, and 200302.3); field notes (1995 and 2003); project maps; undated review of 1995 BOAS work; color prints and negatives with photo log; and correspondence.
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undated, 2002-2003
76/8 200203.1 Green River Trail Phase II between Kent and Auburn, Cultural Resource Survey, King County: MacLeod Reckord Landscape Architects Project Maps.
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2002
76/9 200203.2 Cecil Moses Memorial Park Estuary (formerly North Wind's Weir Park), Archaeological Resources Monitoring, King County: MacLeod Reckord Landscape Architects Project Maps and copy of 1907 Duwamish-Puyallup Survey Map.
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1907, 2002
43/10 200204 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45IS17, Archaeological Survey, Island County: correspondence; field notes; and letter report.
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2002
44/1-2 200205.1, 200205.2 Proposed Granite Falls Alternative Route, Granite Falls, Archaeological Field Investigation Results, Snohomish County: preliminary and bound and unbound final reports.
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2002-2003
44/3 200207 Private Property Development Project and Site 45SN331, Bothell, Cultural Resource Assessment, Snohomish County: color prints and negatives with photo log; correspondence; field notes; site form; and letter report.
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2002
44/4 200208 Natural Gas Pipeline and 45IS8, Camano Island, Cultural Resources Assessment, Island County: letter report.
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2002
44/5 200210 Goodwin Lake Community Park, Cultural Resource Assessment for Department of Parks and Recreation, Snohomish County: color prints and negatives; field notes; and report.
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2003
44/6 200301 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45IS16, Cultural Resource Assessment, Island County: project maps and letter report.
Open and available for research use
2003
44/7 200302 SR 2/Sultan Basin Road Improvements Project, City of Sultan, Cultural Resources Assessment, Snohomish County: color prints and negatives with photo CD; letter report.
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2003
44/8 200303 Private Property Development and Tsi-Litch (45WH216), Removal of Human Remains from Two Burials, Blukis Onat Representative of Lummi Indian Business Council, Whatcom County: original and bound report.
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2003
44/9 200305 Soos Creek Trail, Cultural Resources Investigations, King County: color prints and negatives; field notes; geotechnical study; historic research documents; project maps; and report.
Open and available for research use
2003
44/10 200306.01 Site 45SN308 and Jackson Gulch Road Maintenance Excavations, Archaeological Monitoring for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color prints and negatives; field notes; maps; initial field inspection and final reports.
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2003-2004
45/1-4 200306.2, 200306.2a Sites 45SN28, 45SN303, and 45SN360 and the Proposed Granite Falls Alternate Route, Granite Falls, Archaeological Field Investigations for Stormwater Facilities and Right-of-Way Changes, Snohomish County: color prints and negatives with photo log; correspondence including tribes consulted; Department of Public Works documents; field notes; copy of 1917 Sanborn map for Granite Falls; copies of 2004 news releases; project maps/aerial photographs; initial field inspection and final reports.
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1917, 2002-2005
45/5 200306.03 Grobe and Norman Cottages, Chatham Acres Country Club, Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) and Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) Documentation for Floodplain Mitigation, Snohomish County: data CD with photos and logs; black and white prints; correspondence; maps; Grove Cottage HABS/HAER documents and Norman Cottage HABS/HAER documents.
Open and available for research use
2004
45/6-7 200306.04a, 200306.04b Multiple Department of Public Works (DPW) Projects, Screening for Known Sites and Monitoring for Archaeological Resources, Snohomish County: correspondence; DPW permits; and letter reports.
Open and available for research use
2003-2005
45/8 200306.05 Granite Falls Bridge No. 102 Rehabilitation, Cultural Resource Inventory, Snohomish County: 3 data CDs with photos; color prints and negatives; photo log; HAER documents on bridge; historic research including copies of multiple newspaper articles from 1934 completion of bridge; and original and bound report.
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45/9 200306.07 Proposed Wetland Mitigation Sites for SR 524 Improvements, Archaeological Field Investigations for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: original and bound report.
Open and available for research use
2004
46/1 200306.07 Proposed Wetland Mitigation Sites for SR 524 Improvements, Archaeological Field Investigations for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: color prints and negatives; and field notes.
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46/2 200306.08 192nd Street Northwest Drainage Improvements and Site 45SN4, Isolates 45SN375, 376, and 377, Warm Beach, Archaeological Monitoring of Excavations for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: artifact (glass bead); color prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; and letter report.
Open and available for research use
2004
46/3-4 200306.09 200306.10 Skykomish Slough Bridge No. 150 Replacement (200306.09) and Little Pilchuck Creek Bridge No. 601 and Fish Passage Complex (fish ladder, overflow weir, and dam) Historic Site (2000306.10), Cultural Resource Inventory for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: field notes; site form; and original and bound reports.
Open and available for research use
2004-2005
46/5 200306.12 Site 45SN13 and Proposed Twin Rivers Confluence Reach Restoration, Archaeological Field Investigations Results for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: aerial photos/project maps; correspondence; field notes; site form; and original and bound report.
Open and available for research use
2004-2005
46/6-7 200306.16 200306.18 (see also 200601.08) Sauk River Bridge No. 414 Replacement and Marten Creek Bridge No. 562 Replacement and Camp Silverton and Monte Cristo Railroad Historic Sites, Cultural Resource Inventory for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: correspondence; data CD with Marten Creek report; USDA-Forest Service site forms; and Sauk River report.
Open and available for research use
2003, 2005
46/8 200309 Valterra View Estates Private Property Development, Cultural Resources Inventory and Archaeological Field Investigations Results, Snohomish County: data CD; color prints and negatives; correspondence; field notes; copies of historic documents (1895, 1910, 1913); photo log; project maps; original and bound reports.
Open and available for research use
2003-2004
46/9 200310 200310a Camano Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45IS9, Review of Cultural Resources and Archaeological Survey, Island County: data CD with photos; and letter reports.
Open and available for research use
2004-2005
47/1 200401 200401a City of Covington’s SR 516/Wax Road to Jenkins Creek Access Management Improvements Project, Cultural Resources Investigations, King County: correspondence; field notes; project maps; and letter reports.
Open and available for research use
2000, 2004
47/2 200402 200402a Site 45IS12 and Juniper Beach Water District's Proposed Water System Improvements Project, Camano Island, Archaeological Field Investigations Report, Island County: color prints and negatives; field notes; project maps; site form; letter report and original and bound report.
Open and available for research use
2001, 2003, 2004
72/4 200402 Site 45IS12 and Juniper Beach Water District's Proposed Water System Improvements Project, Camano Island, Archaeological Field Investigations Report, Island County: 1 box artifacts (wood debris, midden bones, other faunal remains, lithics).
Open and available for research use
2004
47/3-4 200403 200403a Site 45SN145 and Olympic Pipe Line Company's Ebey Island Reroutes, Cultural Resources Inventory and Archaeological Resources Monitoring of Excavations with Treatment Plan, Snohomish County: 3 data CDs with photos and report; color prints and negatives; correspondence; project maps; and reports.
Open and available for research use
2004-2005
69R/2-9 200404/200508 200404.1, 200404.2, 200404.3 200410.01, 200410.02, 200508.01, 200508.02 Site 45KI724 and City of Carnation Sewer Collection and Conveyance System and King County's Carnation Wastewater Treatment Facility, Cultural Resources Investigations and Archaeological Resources Monitoring of Construction and Geotechnical Excavations and Treatment Plan, Radiocarbon Analysis Results, and Archaeological Data Recovery Results for 45KI1724, King County: color prints and photo CD; data Cd for 45KI1724; correspondence; cultural resources handouts for construction personnel; drilling stratigraphic profiles; field notes; project and topographic maps; and reports.
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2003-2009
47/5 200405 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45IS48, Review of Cultural Resources and Archaeological Survey, Island County: letter report.
Open and available for research use
2004
47/6 200406 Olympic Pipeline Company’s 60th Street Southeast Inspection, Cultural Resources Investigations, Snohomish County: report.
Open and available for research use
2004
47/7 200407 SR 2 at 5th Street Intersection Improvements Project for City of Sultan, Cultural Resources Investigations, Snohomish County: color prints and negatives; field notes; and letter report.
Open and available for research use
2004
47/8 200408 Olympic Pipeline Company’s Reroute at Colony Creek, Cultural Resources Investigations, Skagit County: communication and report.
Open and available for research use
2004
47/9 200409 Buckley (City) Private Property Development, Archaeological Assessment, Pierce County: report.
Open and available for research use
2004
47/10-12 200410.03, 200410.04, 200410.05 Various Wastewater-related Projects and Sites, Cultural Resources Investigations and Archaeological Resources Monitoring for Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Wastewater Treatment Division, King County: photo CD: field notes; reports.
Open and available for research use
2005-2006
48/1-8 200410.06-200410.06-11, 200410.14 Various Wastewater-related Projects and Sites 45KI428 and 45KI429 (200410.08) , Cultural Resources Investigations and Archaeological Resources Monitoring for Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Wastewater Treatment Division, King County: correspondence; data CD; field notes; project maps; and reports.
Open and available for research use
2006-2008
48/9 200411 Whidbey Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45IS89, Review of Cultural Resources and Archaeological Survey, Island County: letter report.
Open and available for research use
2004
48/10-11 200501.01, 200501.02 Lopez Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45SJ371, Review of Cultural Resources and Archaeological Survey, San Juan County: data CD with report and photos; project map; letter report.
Open and available for research use
1984, 2004 [sic], 2005
48/12-13 200502.01, 200502.02 Ebey Island and Ebey Slough Transmission and Pipeline Projects, Cultural Resources Inventory and Archaeological Resources Monitoring and Treatment Plan, Snohomish County: photo CD and reports.
Open and available for research use
2005
48/14 200503 Centennial Trail Phase II and Sites 45SN365, 45SN378, 45SN379, 45SN382, 45SN384, and 45SN385, Cultural Resources Preliminary Survey, Snohomish County: background documents; field notes; project maps; site inventory forms; and report.
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2004-2006
49/1 200504 Camano Island Private Property Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Survey, Island County: project map and letter report.
Open and available for research use
2005
49/2 200505 Northern Pacific Railway Abandoned Crossing on SR 903 near Roslyn, Cultural Resources Inventory, Kittitas County: CD with correspondence, site form, report and photos; and paper report.
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2005
49/3 200506 Bridgeport Way Improvements in City of Lakewood, Cultural Resources Inventory, Pierce County: report.
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2006
49/4 200509 Lopez Island Private Property Improvement Project and Sites 45SJ371 and 45SJ185, Review of Cultural Resources and Archaeological Survey, San Juan County: letter report.
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2005
49/5 200510 Site 45SK31 and Tallawhalt Housing Development, Cultural Resource Assessment, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, Skagit County: report.
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2006
49/6-8 200511.01 SR 520 Corridor, Bridge Replacement and HOV Project, including the Miller Street Landfill site (45KI760), Environmental Impact Statement Technical Appendices, Ethnohistoric and Geoarchaeological Study, and Archaeological Field Investigations for the Washington State Department of Transportation, King County: 5 CDs with oral history transcripts for Merle Barr and Gilbert KingGeorge interviews, reports, photos, and images (archival); field notes; and print reports.
Open and available for research use
2004-2007
79/21 200511.01 SR 520 Corridor, Bridge Replacement and HOV Project, including the Miller Street Landfill site (45KI760), Ethnohistoric and Geoarchaeological Study and Archaeological Field Investigations for the Washington State Department of Transportation, King County: Oral History Interviews (2006) of Merle Barr Sr. (Muckleshoot) and Gilbert KingGeorge (Muckleshoot), printed transcripts and 3 1/8" tape Standard Audio cassettes; 8x10" photo from WSU MASC Pratsch collection.
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undated, 2006
50/1 200511.02 SR 520 Corridor, Bridge Replacement, Proposed Pontoon Construction Site at Port of Grays Harbor Industrial Development District (IDD) Parcel No. 1 in Hoquiam, IDD Cultural Resource Preliminary Discipline Report for the Washington State Department of Transportation, Grays Harbor County: report.
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2006
79/22 200511.02, 200511.02a, 200511.03 SR 520 Corridor, Bridge Replacement, Proposed Pontoon Construction Site at Port of Grays Harbor Industrial Development District (IDD) Parcel No. 1 in Hoquiam, IDD Cultural Resource Preliminary Discipline Report for the Washington State Department of Transportation, Grays Harbor County: Northwest Indian Oral History Collection Interview Descriptions for Tapes 1-55, paper; background research photocopies; 4 data CDs with files and draft and final report (200511.02); 1 data CD with Landau Associates Geotechnical & Hydrogeologic Study of Grays Harbor; 1 photo CD with historical images of Hoquiam River from Polson Museum; and 1 DVD "Traditional Materials for Skokomish Baskets" videos featuring Emily Miller, Louisa Pulsifer and Bruce Miller.
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undated, 2004-2007
50/2 200511.02a, 200511.03 SR 520 Corridor, Bridge Replacement, Proposed Pontoon Construction Site at Port of Grays Harbor Industrial Development District (IDD) Parcel No. 1, Hoquiam, including 45GH130, IDD Cultural Resource Study and Shoreline Reconnaissance Survey for the Washington State Department of Transportation, Grays Harbor County: bound report includes cultural resource study and shoreline reconnaissance survey in Appendix A (200511.02a) and CD with Appendix F of stratigraphic profiles.
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2007
50/3-9 200511.03 SR 520 Corridor, Bridge Replacement, Proposed Pontoon Construction Site at Port of Grays Harbor Industrial Development District (IDD) Parcel No. 1, Hoquiam, including 45GH130, IDD Cultural Resource Study for the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), Grays Harbor County: artifact catalog sheets; field notes specific to crew member; photograph logs; photocopies of historic aerial photographs and maps of Grays Harbor and Hoquiam (1841, 1884, 1928, 1952, 1972, 1973, 1981, 1985, 1997); photocopies of historic documents such as Grays Harbor County Index to Fishing Location Maps (1915-1934, 1939); project maps; and stratigraphic core logs.
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undated, 1841, 1884, 1915-34, 1939, 1952, 1972, 1973, 1981, 1985, 1997, 2006, 2007
79/23 200511.03 SR 520 Corridor, Bridge Replacement, Proposed Pontoon Construction Site at Port of Grays Harbor Industrial Development District (IDD) Parcel No. 1 in Hoquiam, IDD Cultural Resource Preliminary Discipline Report for the Washington State Department of Transportation, Grays Harbor County: 13 data CDs (200511.03) with field notes, photos, maps, and report; and 8x10 inch black-and-white copies of 1940 and 1948 photographs of Hoquiam.
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1940, 1948, 2007
51/1-3 200511.03 SR 520 Corridor, Bridge Replacement: specialized analyses and reports, radiocarbon and botanical; WSDOT Special Projects Construction communiques and documents, miscellaneous; miscellaneous items.
Open and available for research use
undated, 2006, 2007
51/4-5 200512, 200512a Strander Pump Station Construction Excavations in City of Tukwila, Archaeological Monitoring, King County: 3 data CDs with report and photos; field notes; and letter report.
Open and available for research use
2005
51/6 200513 Sites 45SK308, 309, 310, and 311 and Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe Archaeology Project on Land under WA State Department of Natural Resources and Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest as well as private timberlands, Cultural Resources Identification based on Tribal Elder Knowledge of Traditional Properties especially on Sauk Prairie and along Sauk and Suiattle Rivers and including Glacier Peak with Native Plant Identification, funded by National Park Service, Snohomish and Skagit Counties: 5 data CDs, 4 images only and 1 site form documents and images; correspondence; contracts and subconsultant agreements; native plant lists; photographic logs and photocopies of photo contact sheets; and site forms.
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2004-2006
51/7 200514 Lummi Reservation, Site 45WH171 and Casino to Membrane Bioreactor Plant (MBR) Sewer Force Main Project, LUP 2004-091, Archaeological Assessment Summary for Lummi Indian Business Council, Whatcom County: letter report.
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2005
51/8 200515 45KI1451 (Seattle Lake Shore & Eastern Railroad Grade), 45 KI648 (North Bend Ranger Station), and 45KI658 (McGrath Café and Hotel) and City of North Bend’s North Bend Way/Cedar Falls Way Intersection Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Investigations, King County: 1 data CD with photos, associated images, and documents; background documents; field notes; site forms; and letter report.
Open and available for research use
2005-2006
51/9 200516 Burke Gilman Trail Redevelopment, Cultural Resources Investigations, King County: correspondence and report.
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2007
51/10 200517 45WH112 and Private Property Improvement Project on Lummi Reservation, Review of Cultural Resources and Archaeological Survey, Whatcom County: letter report.
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2005
51/11 200601.01 Site DT26 (Everett and Monte Cristo Railroad) and Proposed Granite Falls Alternate Route, Historic-Era Properties Documentation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: report.
Open and available for research use
2007
51/12 200601.02, 200601.02a (HAER) Sauk River Bridge #414 Replacement, Cultural Resource Inventory for Department of Public Works and Historic American Engineering Record for bridge prepared by SHKS Architects, Snohomish County: 1 data CD with HAER documentation and report.
Open and available for research use
2005-2006
52/1 200601.03 May Creek Bridge No. 572 Replacement, Cultural Resource Inventory for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: report.
Open and available for research use
2006
52/2 200601.04 51st Avenue NE Intersection Improvements, Cultural Resources Evaluation for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: letter report.
Open and available for research use
2006
52/3 200601.05 Proposed Erosion Control with Wood Replacement on the Skykomish River, Cultural Resources Investigations for Surface Water Management Division, Snohomish County: correspondence; field notes; and report.
Open and available for research use
2005-2006
52/4 200601.08 (see also 200306.18) Marten Creek Bridge No. 562 Replacement, Cultural Resource Inventory for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: reports.
Open and available for research use
2006-2007
52/5 200601.09 Lowell-Snohomish River Trail, Cultural Resources Investigations for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: report.
Open and available for research use
2006
52/6-7 200601.10, 200601.10a Jim Creek Bridge #42 Replacement Project, Archaeological Survey and Testing Results and Historic Property Inventory for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: data CD, correspondence, and reports.
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2007-2008
52/8 200601.11 Sauk River Mouse Creek Bridge #631 Replacement, Cultural Resource Inventory for Department of Public Works with Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest as lead agency in tribal consultations, Snohomish County: field notes; project maps; and report.
Open and available for research use
2006
52/9-10 200601.12, 200601.13 Improvement Projects in Unincorporated Areas, Cultural Resources Investigations for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: data CD; field notes; letter report and report.
Open and available for research use
2006-2007
52/11 200601.14a 20th Street SE Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Inventory for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: report.
Open and available for research use
2006-2007
53/1-2 200601.14a, 200601.14b 20th Street SE Improvement Project, Cultural Resources Inventory for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: 5 data CDs with project spreadsheets, documents for reports, and photos; field notes; project maps and aerial photos; and reports.
Open and available for research use
2006-2007
53/3-4 200601.15a, 200601.15b South Slough Bridge #91 Deck Replacement, Cultural Resource Inventory for County Department of Public Works and Intensive Level Survey of Bridge Structure by SHKS Architects for Washington State Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation, Snohomish County: 2 data CDs with field notes, photos and report; American Public Works Association Award for South Slough Bridge #91 as National Project of the 2008 Year in the under $2 million Transportation Category; and reports.
Open and available for research use
2007-2008
53/5-6 200601.17, 200601.18 North Sauk River and Engebretsen Road Improvement Projects and 45SN427 and 45SN428, Historic Sites on Gold Mountain, Cultural Resource Investigations including Consultations with Sauk-Suiattle and Stillaguamish Tribes for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: correspondence; field notes; project maps and aerial photographs; supporting documents; letter and bound reports.
Open and available for research use
2006-2007
54/1, 4-5 200601.19, 200601.22, 200601.23 Assorted Public Works Improvement Projects, Cultural Resources Studies for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: data CDs with background documents, photographs, photo log, project maps and aerial photos, report figures, and shovel probe tables; field notes; letter reports.
Open and available for research use
2007
54/2-3, 6 200601.20, 200601.21, 200601.28 Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) for Granite Falls Bridge #102 and Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Reconnaissance Level Survey for 29 Homes on Beverly Park Road/52nd Avenue West Road Improvement Project and Historic Structure Survey State Inventory Form for Fleet Maintenance Building, Paine Field, SHKS Architects subcontracted by BOAS for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: 2 data CDs for Fleet Maintenance Building include documents, photographs, report file; and bound reports.
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2007-2008
70R/1 200601.27 Snohomish County Lushootseed Place Name Maps for Department of Public Works, Snohomish County: bound report.
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2009
54/7 200603 Keystone Harbor, Whidbey Island, Archaeological Monitoring of Geotechnical Boring for Washington State Department of Transportation, Island County: 1 data CD with field notes; field notes; and summary report.
Open and available for research use
2006
54/8 200605 Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45SN301, Archaeological Survey, Snohomish County: letter report.
Open and available for research use
2006
54/9 200606.01 Vashon Island Seawall Repair in Multiple Locations and Sites 45KI550, KING 1035, KING 7403 (Indian Point), and WPA Seawall on SW Quartermaster Drive, Cultural Resources Section 106 Compliance for King County Road Services Division: E.O. Roberts photocopies of notes on collections from 1919-1922 for Quartermaster Harbor from Burke Museum (Accession 2411, 1930, 1996); background documents; field notes; project maps; and technical report.
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1930, 1996, 2003, 2006
54/10 200606.02 South Park Bridge Project, Demolition and Replacement of National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)-Listed South Park Bridge, Section 106 Assessment of Sites Lwalb Old Channel One and Lwalb Old Channel Two, NRHP-Eligible Boeing Building 2-41 and 14th Avenue South Red Brick Road remnant, and Lushootseed Place Name Ethnography for King County Road Services Division: technical report.
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June 2008
55/1 200606.02 South Park Bridge Project, Demolition and Replacement of National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)-Listed South Park Bridge, Section 106 Assessment of Sites Lwalb Old Channel One and Lwalb Old Channel Two, NRHP-Eligible Boeing Building 2-41 and 14th Avenue South Red Brick Road remnant, and Lushootseed Place Name Ethnography for King County Road Services Division: data CD with photographs, photo log, correspondence; field notes; and project maps.
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2007-2008
55/2-4 200606.03 NE Novelty Hill Road Project, Multi-phase Mitigation for Precontact (Olcott Complex?) Site 45KI834, Assessment of Historic Properties including Section of NRHP-listed Red Brick/Yellowstone Road, and Other Section 106 Compliance for King County Road Services Division: 5 technical reports.
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2007-2010
55/5 200607 Duwamish River Bend Hill Trail (aka Poverty Hill) Development in City of Tukwila, Cultural Resource Assessment Survey for Cascade Land Conservancy, King County: data CD with field notes, maps, photographs, and report; aerial photographs; trail master plan; and report.
Open and available for research use
2007
56/1 200609 North Creek Trail Crossing in City of Mill Creek, Cultural Resources Investigations, Snohomish County: report.
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2007
56/2 200610 45SN303 (NRHP-eligible Olcott Complex site) and River Walk Subdivision near Granite Falls, Archaeological Investigations, Snohomish County: archaeological excavation permit application; correspondence; documentation of records and cultural materials transmittal to Burke Museum (2010); and report.
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2006-2007, 2010
56/3 200611 Site 45SN301 and Classroom Additions to Dutch Hill Elementary School in the City of Snohomish, Archaeological Survey, Snohomish County: data CD with report and other documents; field notes; and letter report.
Open and available for research use
2006
56/4 200614 Lopez Island Private Property Improvement Project and Site 45SJ272, Cultural Resource Study, San Juan County: photo CD; correspondence; field notes; and report.
Open and available for research use
2006-2007
56/5 200615 First Avenue NE Transfer/Recycling Station in the City of Seattle, On-call Osteological Assessment for Solid Waste Division, King County: letter identifying bones as likely bovine.
Open and available for research use
October 2006
56/6 200701 Darrington Town Hall and Library Expansion Project in the Town of Darrington, Cultural Resource Study, Snohomish County: letter report.
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November 2007
56/7 200703 (see 200607) Duwamish River Bend Hill Trail (aka Poverty Hill) Development in City of Tukwila, Shovel Probe Subsurface Testing in Cultural Resource Assessment for Cascade Land Conservancy, King County: 2 data CDs with field notes, maps, photographs, and report; field note; maps; and reports.
Open and available for research use
2007-2008
56/8 200704 Penny Creek Culvert Project in the City of Mill Creek, Cultural Resource Study, Snohomish County: data CD with correspondence, photographs, and project plans; and letter report.
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2007
56/9 201004 Public Works Projects in the Town of Darrington, Potential for Archaeological Resources Assessment, Snohomish County: report.
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2011
56/10 Processing and Collection Documentation file: includes donor's original transmittal list; and "BOAS History," narrative history of BOAS, Inc., and professional autobiography of Astrika Blukis Onat.
56/11 Processing file: reference materials supplied by Astrida Blukis Onat.
56/12 Processing file: Documentation of Contacts for Permission to Access and Copy Restricted items
56/13 Use Agreement Forms.

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Archaeologists -- Archives
  • Archaeology -- Northwest, Pacific
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- United States
  • Ethnography -- Northwest, Pacific
  • Historic preservation -- United States
  • Salvage archaeology -- Northwest, Pacific