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The Booger Bottom Mound: A Forsyth Period Site in Hall County, Georgia

  • Joseph R. Caldwell (a1), Charles E. Thompson (a1) and Sheila K. Caldwell (a1)

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The corps of engineers is currently building a power and flood control dam near the little town of Buford on the upper Chattahoochee River in northern Georgia. This is one of several such dams under way in the State, and in accordance with the usual procedure the Smithsonian River Basin Surveys made a routine archaeological reconnaissance of the impoundment area from November 15, 1950 to April 7, 1951. During the survey the writers came upon a large prehistoric mound (9HL64) not previously reported.

We spent three weeks investigating the structure to determine if its eventual flooding in the Buford impoundment would constitute an important loss of archaeological data. The conclusion reached was that a full scale excavation should be made before the site is inundated sometime in 1954 or 1955.

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* The Corps of Engineers gave every possible assistance to the Buford survey, and we particularly wish to thank Charles E. Jackson, Resident Engineer, and Francis F. Guscio of the Division Office in Atlanta for their wholehearted cooperation.

The Booger Bottom Mound: A Forsyth Period Site in Hall County, Georgia

  • Joseph R. Caldwell (a1), Charles E. Thompson (a1) and Sheila K. Caldwell (a1)

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