Guidelines for Phase I, II, and III archaeological Investigations and Technical Report Preparation Prepared by the West Virginia State Historic Preservation Office Written by Patrick Trader Edited by Joanna Wilson Preface



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Guidelines for Phase I, II, and III Archaeological Investigations
and Technical Report Preparation

Prepared by the West Virginia State Historic Preservation Office

Written by Patrick Trader

Edited by Joanna Wilson

Preface

The completion of Guidelines for Phase I, II, and III Archaeological Investigations and Technical Report Preparation is due in large part to the efforts of two former Historic Preservation Office archaeologists. Development of the guidelines was initiated by Eric Voigt, author of the original WVSHPO survey and curation regulations. Working from this foundation, Patrick Trader composed the text and compiled the appendices for the current edition, developing a comprehensive and useful document.

The WVSHPO would like to recognize the many individuals that contributed to this process. Under the guidance of Susan Pierce, Director, several past and present members of the WVSHPO staff assisted in the development of these guidelines. They include Dr. Jeanne Day Binning, Jeff Davis, Andrea Keller, Lora Lamarre, Dr. Fred McEvoy, J.T. Sutton, Mark Whitby and Joanna Wilson. West Virginia Division of Highways staff members Rodney DeMott, Matt Wilkerson and Roger Wise provided comments and guidance. C. Michael Anslinger of Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. reviewed an early draft and supplied many editorial comments.
These guidelines have been revised to allow consultants greater diversity in their approach to archaeological investigation in West Virginia. The WVSHPO hopes that this document serves to clarify its expectations, as well as to assist the consultant in developing survey and excavation strategies.

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