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The Research Laboratories of Archaeology (RLA) Publications Archive contains publications and reports generated from fieldwork and research by RLA staff and students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Founded in 1939, the RLA was the first center for the study of North Carolina archaeology. It is currently one of the leading institutes for archaeological teaching and research in the South, serving the interests of students, scholars, and the general public. Located within the College of Arts and Sciences, the RLA provides support for faculty and students working not only in North Carolina, but also throughout the Americas...

The Research Laboratories of Archaeology (RLA) Publications Archive contains publications and reports generated from fieldwork and research by RLA staff and students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Founded in 1939, the RLA was the first center for the study of North Carolina archaeology. It is currently one of the leading institutes for archaeological teaching and research in the South, serving the interests of students, scholars, and the general public. Located within the College of Arts and Sciences, the RLA provides support for faculty and students working not only in North Carolina, but also throughout the Americas and overseas. With one of the nation’s finest collections of archaeological materials from the South, the RLA curates more than eight million artifacts along with more than 65,000 digital images, photographs, slides, and more. Over the past 60 years, virtually all of the major discoveries in the understanding of North Carolina’s ancient past can be attributed to the RLA or to researchers trained there. For more information, check out the RLA’s website at https://archaeology.sites.unc.edu/rla/. Information about the RLA’s artifact and photographic collections can be accessed through UNC’s Digital Collections Repository at https://dcr.lib.unc.edu/.

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31. A Summary of the Archaeological Sites Surveyed Along the Chowan River, 1977

32. An Archaeological Survey and Assessment of the Proposed Carolina Power and Light Mayo Creek Project

33. An Archaeological Survey of the New U.S. 19-129 Route Between Andrews and Murphy in Cherokee County

34. An Archaeological Survey of the North Carolina Zoological Park

35. Archaeological and Paleo-osteological Investigations at the Cold Morning Site, New Hanover County, North Carolina

36. Archaeological Survey of the Lenoir-Wake 500 kV Transmission Line in Lenoir and Wake Counties, North Carolina

37. The Historic Occaneechi: An Archaeological Investigation of Culture Change, Preliminary Report of 1984 Investigation

38. The Historic Occaneechi: An Archaeological Investigation of Culture Change, Preliminary Report of 1985 Investigations

39. The Historic Occaneechi: An Archaeological Investigation of Culture Change, Final Report of 1985 Excavations

40. Second Phase Investigations of Late Aboriginal Settlement Systems in the Eno, Haw, and Dan River Drainages, North Carolina