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  • Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
    by Lawrence Alexander in 1986 and is currently providing services throughout the Southeast and New York In 1996 a branch office was opened in Huntsville Alabama The company has been a member of ACRA since 1995 AAC balances a client based business with an acknowledged stewardship for cultural resources With a qualified professional staff AAC offers comprehensive cultural resource management services to meet our clients needs and to mitigate the

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  • Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
    any archaeological sites on the property First they will check if any previous surveys have been done in the area and if so what was found If no previous sites have been recorded the archaeologist will conduct an archaeological survey to determine if the area contains any sites If sites are found the archaeologist will want to know how many their location and how the sites relate to each other Usually to save time and money only a sample of the area is tested What education and training are required to become a professional archaeologist At the undergraduate level there is little specialization A major in anthropology requires courses in all of the subdisciplines For students interested in ancient and classical civilizations the particular undergraduate major is not important but it is advantageous to begin learning several ancient and modern languages e g Greek Latin German French Historical archaeologists usually major in anthropology or history An undergraduate degree B A B S is sufficient to work as a field archaeologist in the U S and to perform basic laboratory studies Previous experience through participation in an archaeological field school or as a volunteer is often required Summer archaeological field schools provide the best way to learn how to properly excavate and record archaeological sites and to find out if archaeology is really for you Job opportunities outside the U S are very limited but volunteers with field experience should be welcome almost anywhere There are two levels of graduate training in archaeology The first is an M A or M S degree which takes about 1 2 years of course work beyond the B A B S degree and a written thesis which presents the results of original research by the student Some programs offer a non thesis M A

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  • Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
    Historic Archaeology Ethnoarchaeology Architectural History Oral History Historic Landscape Survey HABS HAER Documentation Phase I Archaeological Investigation Phase II Archaeological Evaluation Phase III Data Recovery Cemetery Location and Identification Cemetery Removal and Reinternment Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plans ICRMP Archaeological Overview and Assessment AOA Native American Consultation NAGPRA GIS Technology Cave Studies Environmental Assessments EA Geomorphological Analysis Remote Sensing Survey Lithic Ceramic Analysis NRHP Eligibility Nominations Archival and Literature Research

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  • Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
    lands As a cultural resource management firm AAC s helps our clients to comply with these regulations or to simply learn about past usage of their property with the following methods Phase I archaeological investigations identify cultural deposits within a project area It involves a background literature and document search as well as a systematic shovel testing strategy The Phase I survey will identify and evaluate the archaeological resources within the proposed project area and make recommendations for their eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places NRHP following the criteria established in 36CFR60 4 and 36 CFR 800 Archaeological resource management decisions will be based on the guidelines established in Section 106 of NHPA Phase II archaeological investigations provide further information to a sites potential eligibility to the NRHP During this phase test units are excavated to determine the presence and extent of intact subsurface features Phase II testing may include further shovel testing deep testing by way of heavy equipment and possibly remote sensing Phase III archaeological investigations involve the complete removal of all cultural material from a project area Mitigation of the site will allow the client to proceed with development while preserving the cultural resources While

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  • Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
    Archaeological Consultants in Wildwood Ga will handle the actual dig that starts today The company s Lawrence Alexander said the length of the work will depend on how many graves there are History etched In stone Chattanooga Times Free Press A massive boulder along the remains of an early 19th century road in Lookout Valley recently caught the eye of a field technician canvassing a new parcel of national park property Airport Archaeology Cleveland Daily Banner April 4 2007 Two archaeologists with Chattanooga based Alexander Archaeological Consultants sift dirt in a cornfield bordering Tasso Lane and Michigan Avenue as part of the environmental impact study being conducted on the proposed site of the new Cleveland Municipal Airport Submerged But Not Forgotten TVA Asked to Relocate Grave Sites Chattanooga Times Free Press April 12 2006 Driftwood rather than flowers decorates the graves of three members of the Long family who were buried on the banks of the Tennessee River more than a century ago Dennis Lambert an amateur historian living in Bridgeport Ala believes he may be relate Burns Island Rich in Artifacts Chattanooga Times Free Press May 21 2005 To the untrained eye Burns Island situated just above Nickajack Dam in Marion County looks like any other island in the Tennessee River But dig a few feet into the sod and the history of thousands of years of human habitation is revealed said Lawrence Alexander an archaeological consultant Artifacts unearthed on island in TVA talks Chattanooga Times Free Press May 19 2005 To the untrained eye Burns Island situated just above Nickajack Dam in Marion County looks like any other island in the Tennessee River But dig a few feet into the sod and the history of thousands of years of human habitation is revealed said Lawrence Alexander an archaeological

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  • Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
    thereafter Laura Beth obtained her MS degree in Historic Preservation from a joint program offered by Clemson University and the College of Charleston in Charleston South Carolina Her thesis focused on the fire towers and lookout cabins within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and included measured drawings of the picturesque Mount Cammerer fire tower Prior to joining the staff at AAC Laura Beth completed an internship with the Department of Defense in Washington D C which included evaluating historic contexts for the military s continuing effort to protect cultural resources while still maintaining military readiness Laura Beth joined the team at AAC in October of 2011 as our Architectural Historian As she is fairly new to the area she has been exploring all the social cultural and natural components the region as to offer Max Schneider GIS Coordinator Max Schneider was born and raised in Chattanooga TN and joined the AAC team in June of 2001 He attended the University of Tennessee where he obtained a B S in Anthropology and a B S in Geology with an Environmental Science concentration His training also includes a 2 year TVA Forestry Certification Max specializes in database maintenance and spatial analysis

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  • Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
    and Information Coping With Site Looting Southeastern Perspectives Primitive Archer Section 106 Archaeological Guidance Society of Primitive Technology State Historic Preservation Offices SHPO Tennessee Cemetery Burial Site Laws Tennessee Spatial Data Server United States Digital Map Library Upcoming Knap ins

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