2 edition of A Cultural resource inventory of the Fortymile River found in the catalog.
by Resources Development Internship Program, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education in [Boulder, Colo.]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-160).
|Statement||by Wendell Bell and Michael Sullivan ; prepared for Bureau of Land Management, Fortymile Resource Area|
|Contributions||Sullivan, Michael, joint author, Alaska. Bureau of Land Management. Fortymile Resource Area|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
Renee is caught between the traditions of her tribe and efforts to help her chimook lover accept their cultural differences. $ paper ISBN . Dominic Dorset presents By Elisa Carbone MAJOR CHARACTERS -Sam: The main Character of the story. -Captain Smith: The Captain and the president. -Richard: Sam's best friend on the voyage -Revernd Hunt: One of the crew members that Sam is closest to. .
The purpose of Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve ("Yukon-Charley," "the preserve") is to maintain the environmental integrity of the undeveloped Charley River basin, and to protect the natural and cultural history of the upper Yukon River . For questions about this process or about the inventory, contact the senior projects archaeologist by emailing [email protected] or phone: or toll free in Yukon: ext.
Cultural and Historic Resources Introduction The following section includes a summary of cultural and historic resources as presented in the January EA (Jones & Stokes ). Clarification of impacts and mitigation measures is presented below to address public comments received on. River drainage upstream from and including the Teuchet Creek drainage and the Salcha River drainage. Unit 20D, that portion north of the south bank of the Tanana River. Unit 20E, that portion within the Charley River drainage, the Seventymile River drainage upstream from and including the Granite Creek drainage, the North Fork Fortymile River.
Kansas in the 1970s.
HISTORIANS of Scotland.
Proceedings of the Symposium on Geology and Mineral Resources of North Eastern Himalayas
The other Germany
Containment and revegetation of mine tailings
How Timberlake Wertenbaker constructs new forms of gender in her history plays
progressive window display for the confEctionary trade.
Jacksonburg, Ohio 1835-1985 sesquicentennial
A Dolls House (Classic Books on Cassettes Collection)
Fluxes to and effects of Oz and SO2 on Picea Sitchensis, P. abies and Fagus sylvatica.
Roodscreens and roodlofts
Eleventh report of session 2004-05.
redistribution of criminal business
College and university bands
Cite this Record. Cultural Resource Inventory of the Fortymile River. Wendell Bell, Michael Sullivan. (tDAR id: )Author: Wendell Bell, Michael Sullivan. Cultural & Historic. The discovery of gold on Franklin's Bar on the Fortymile River touched off interior Alaska's first gold rush.
The mining boom ushered in a wave of settlement that forever changed the place, notably for the native Athabascan Indians who occupied this region. The Eufaula Lake Project: A cultural resource survey and assessment [Perino, Gregory] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Eufaula Lake Project: A cultural resource survey and assessmentAuthor: Gregory Perino. Supplemental Cultural Resources Inventory for the Tijuana River Flood Control Project Area.
David Hanna. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections. The Fortymile River is a mile (97 km) tributary of the Yukon River in the U.S. state of Alaska and the Canadian territory of Yukon. Beginning at the confluence of its north and south forks in the Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, the Fortymile flows generally northeast into Canada to meet the larger river 32 miles (51 km) southeast of Eagle, y: United States, Canada.
In book: Cultural Resources Inventory and Site Evaluation of 10, Acres on Fort Irwin, San Bernardino County, California (pp–) Edition: SRI Technical Report 13. Natural and Cultural Resource Inventory & Guide Somerset County, New Jersey Cultural Centers Legend li Art Center ñ Museum MAJOR ROADS Interstate Highway US Highway State Highway County Road £¤ §¨¦!(PARCEL BOUNDARIES MUNICIPAL BOUNDARIES COUNTY BOUNDARIES STREAMS CULTURAL CENTERS.
Natural and Cultural Resource Inventory & Guide Somerset County, New Jersey Known Contaminated Sites 0 1 2 Miles Table represents count of contaminated sites, areas of contamination and the percentage of feature to the total land area inside each municipality.
Acres Percent Acres Percent Bedminster Township 14 0 % 0 %. Full text of "The cumulative impacts of placer mining: a bibliography of the EIS project" See other formats BLM-AK-PTS |co I-* =o io io |co ico The Cumulative Impacts of Placer Mining: A Bibliography of the EIS Project By Howard Levine K Department of the Interior 'eau of Land Management ska State Office (9 TAKE United States Department of the.
River County Reach Length (miles) Description Potential Classification ORVs Watershed (HUC Code 8) Year Listed/ Updated Other State; American Fork Creek: Utah: Timpanogos Cave National Monument boundary to mouth of the American Fork Canyon: 2: Flows between and drains two established Wilderness Areas.
The Bureau of Outdoor Recreation (BOR) was an agency of the United States Department of the Interior with the mission of planning outdoor recreation opportunities for the Interior Department and assisting private, local, and state organizations with their recreation planning. BOR was founded by Secretarial Order in Apriland formally established with the passage of the.
Gold was first discovered on the Fortymile River in in the vicinity of the Yukon-Alaska border. The discovery of gold on the Fortymile River led to the first major Yukon gold rush.
Inminers were at work using picks shovels and rockers; using these hand tools they extracted more t ounces of placer gold in that year.
The Amazon River Basin was home to an abundance of cultures prior to the arrival of European explorers. A great number of these cultures have remained intact up until contemporary times. To the Yanomami, Yakuro, Makiritare, and Xingu cultures, folklore encompasses an interpretation of the world, a particular way of explaining nature and it’s.
The Importance of the Nile River to Egyptian Culture Nile by the Numbers 10 countries: Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan, Uganda,Democratic Republic of the Congo,Kenya, Tanzania. Get print book. No eBook available. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
Go to Google Play Now» The Heritage of the Toe River Valley, Volume 2. L.R. Bailey, - Avery County (N.C.) - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review.
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Sources of the River, 2nd Edition: Tracking David Thompson Across Western North America by an award-winning author, Jack Nisbet is an exciting, delightful read you will not want to put down once started. It is truly a great book about David Thompson in the Pacific Northwest during the s by a Pacific Northwest writer/5(44).
People of the River By W. Michael Gear and Kathleen ONeal Gear Review This is a wonderful tale of interest built from the remains found in an archeology dig Mississippians, who, between A.D. and A.D., Cahokia people are /5. Alaska Public RoomWalk-in services unique to the BLM Alaska Public Information CentersWhen you visit the BLM Alaska Public Rooms, you avail yourself of the assistance of a knowledgeable and friendly staff who can help you find what you need or point you in the right direction.
You can obtain posters (Iditarod and other special events), Master Title Plats (MTPs) and Mining. When an agreement recently signed in Aotearoa (New Zealand) proposed the acknowledgement of the Whanganui River as a legal person, many saw it as an innovative resource management solution.
Indigenous Peoples around the world often struggle with governments that do not recognize their view of the natural environment; when natural. Cultural Resource Assessment of Acres of Land Designated as Assessor’s Parcel No.
in Vicinity of Helendale, San Bernardino County, California None SB Lerch, Michael M. Lerch and Associates Cultural Resources Inventory & Evaluation of the P&V Enterprises Phase V Land Exchange, Barstow, San Bernardino County, Size: 1MB.
The River Mile Network: The River Mile is a network of educators, students, resource managers and scientists in the Columbia River Watershed exploring the Documents, Lesson Plans, Mapping Tools, Organizations, Video & Audio, Webinar, Websites.
One River is a dual biography, an ethnobotanical study of a region and its people, and a snapshot in time. The book combines Davis' own fieldwork in Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Peru, and Bolivia in the late s, while retracing the groundbreaking work of his mentor, Richard Evans Schultes, in the s within the same region/5.Hawaiian Railway Album WWII Photographs, Hardcover Volumes 1 through 4.
Amtrak by the Numbers. $ Sold out. - Western Pacific's Final Decade. Rio Grande's Narrow Gauge K Locomotives. Gulf, Mobile & Ohio: Illustrated Historical Reference.
The Illinois Terminal Railroad, the Road of Personalized Services. $ Sold out.