Reports, 1974-1988.


United States. National Park Service. Reports, 1974-1988.

Reports, 1974-1988.

Copy of "Final Report, 1981 Archeological Investigations, Fire Island National Seashore, William Floyd Estate, Long Island, New York" by Dana C. Linck, 1983; and "Final Report, Archeological Investigation, 1978-1986, Fire Island National Seashore, William Floyd Estate, Long Island, New York," edited by Dana C. Linck and L. Daniel Myers, 1988; copy of trip report "Archeological Investigation, Rehabilitation of Manor House, William Floyd Estate-12/12-13/78," 1978. The project and report was coordinated by the Denver Service Center, Branch of Cultural Resources Mid-Atlantic/North Atlantic team, National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Copy of "Historic Resource Study-The William Floyd Estate, Fire Island National Seashore, New York" report prepared by Richard Torres-Reyes, 1974; copy of "Vegetation and Land-Use History of the William Floyd Estate, Fire Island National Seashore, Long Island, New york" by James S. Clark, Research Ecologist United States Dept. of the Interior-National Park Service (USDI-NPS), February 1986.

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