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Michael G. Angst, MA

Senior Archaeologist, Interim Director


Education

  • M.A. 1995, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. Thesis: An Archaeological Survey of Fayette County, Indiana
  • B.A. 1991, Miami University, Ohio

Research Interests

Prehistoric Archaeology, Lithic Analysis, Midwest Archaeology, Southeastern Archaeology.


ARL Service

Lithics


Publications

  • Angst, Michael G.
    2006   Phase I Archaeological Survey of Kyles Ford Stream Mitigation Project, Hancock County, Tennessee.Archaeological Research Laboratory, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Submitted to Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program, Nashville, Tennessee.
    2005   Phase II Archaeological Evaluation of Sites 40KN45 and 40KN113 for the Proposed Golf Course at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville Experiment Station, Knoxville, Tennessee . Archaeological Research Laboratory, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Submitted to Facilities and Planning, The University of Tennessee.
    1995   Phase I Archeological Survey of a Proposed Strip Mine Along Connelly Branch, Lincoln County, West Virginia. Contract Publication Series WV95-43. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Hurricane, West Virginia. Prepared for P&A Engineers and Consultants.
  • Cochran, Donald R., Michael G. Angst and Beth K. McCord
    1995   Mitigating Damage at the Haag Site (12D19) (DRAFT). Reports of Investigation 42. Archaeological Resources Management Service, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. Submitted to Indiana Department of Transportation.
  • Angst, Michael G. and James Kocis
    2004   Phase II Archaeological Evaluation of 40KN276 at the Proposed Edgewater Condominiums, Fort Loudoun Reservoir, Knox County, Tennessee. Archaeological Research Laboratory, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Submitted to Design Innovations Architects, Knoxville, Tennessee.

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