3 edition of Archeological assessment of the Buffalo National River found in the catalog.
Archeological assessment of the Buffalo National River
Bibliography: p. 47-62.
|Statement||by Daniel Wolfman.|
|Series||Research report - Arkansas Archeological Survey ; no. 18, Arkansas Archeological Survey research report ;, no. 18.|
|LC Classifications||E78.A8 W64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||79625344|
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Archeological assessment of the Buffalo National River. [Fayetteville]: Arkansas Archeological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Wolfman.
Daniel Wolfman, Archeological Assessment of the Buffalo National River, Arkansas Archeological Survey Research Report No. 18 (Fayetteville: Arkansas Archeological Survey, ), originally prepared in with the title "Archeological Inventory of the Buffalo National River"; Sabo, et al., "A Cultural Resource Overview," Archeological assessment of the Buffalo National River (Research report - Arkansas Archeological Survey ; no.
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Archaeological Assessment of the Buffalo National River. Daniel Wolfman. Research Report,1. Arkansas: Arkansas Archaeological Survey. (tDAR id: ). Cite this Record. Archeological Assessment of the Buffalo National River. Daniel Wolfman. Arkansas Archeological Survey Research Report,1.
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Appendix 2. Lake Morphometric and Assessment Data for the Buffalo River Watershed Appendix 3. MINLEAP Modeling Results for the Buffalo River Watershed, Appendix 4. Intensive Water Chemistry Monitoring Stations in the Buffalo River Watershed Appendix 5.
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Current Floating Conditions. Very Low Low Moderate High Flood Stage Stage Only Camping, Picnic and Launch Sites Trails Concessioners. The Buffalo is America's first national river and one of the last undammed rivers in the contiguous United States.
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Clime during Clarence B. Moore's expedition on the Ouachita River, which include images of excavations, archeological crew, mounds, and Moore's riverboat, the. Horseback Riding. There is a long, rich culture of equestrian use along the Buffalo River.
Whether you are looking for a developed campground or a wilderness adventure, the Upper Buffalo National River offers visitors several options for equestrian camping and horseback riding. Massive, water-stained bluffs soaring over feet above your canoe or kayak; the highest waterfall between the Appalachians and the Rockies; potential campsites on gravel bars along over a hundred miles of clear, free-flowing river; all this and more make the Buffalo National River a worthy addition to your list of must-do float trips.
Spring is the season to float the Buffalo. The national wild and scenic Buffalo River in Arkansas is one of the finest canoeing rivers in America. I've done it twice, most recently, this April. We canoed from Ponca to the White River--a distance of around miles. Administered by the National Park Service, the protected Buffalo is one of the few remaining un-dammed rivers in America.
From the National Forest boundary, miles of the river, to its confluence with White River, was designated as the Buffalo National River in and is managed as a unit of the National Park Service.
The upper river (the portion designated as a component of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System) offers outstanding scenery. 2Williams quoted in Neal L. Trubowitz, Pine Mountain Revisited: An Archeological Study in the Arkansas Ozarks (Fayetteville: Arkansas Archeological Survey, ), 11; Daniel Wolfman, Ar-cheological Assessment of the Buffalo National River (Fayetteville: Arkansas Archeological Survey, ), Media in category "Buffalo National River" The following 80 files are in this category, out of 80 total.
Bridge over the Buffalo River, 2, × 1,; MBInstance of: river. I like to think of myself as much more than a photographer. A force of the very nature I admire so greatly. I'm an explorer, an adventurer, a mountain climber, a sailor, a fisherman, and ultimately the consummate outdoorsman. My passion for nature and all its components has allowed me to stretch my limitations – to search out and capture the most rapturous and elegant elements of .Archeological Investigation for Construction of Proposed Skip Emmett Access Road and Survey of Proposed Trailheads and Trail Sections, Buffalo National River, Arkansas (Classic Reprint) Roger E Coleman.The Buffalo archeological site is located nearby Buffalo, Putnam County, West Virginia along the Kanawha River in the USA.
The location is a multi-component site having Archaic village (– BC), one Middle Woodland village (AD –), and at least two overlapping Fort Ancient villages (AD –). The site is listed on the National Register of Historic t city: Buffalo, West Virginia.