Blog from ASC Group
Archaeological Investigation of the Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Summit County, Ohio by David F. Klinge, MA, RPA ASC Group, Inc. (ASC) has recently completed a small data recovery project to mitigate adverse effects to the Ohio and Erie Canal as it passes through the Cities of Barberton and Akron in Summit County. The United Continue Reading..
By Ann Cramer, Hocking County Historical Society This month we mark the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which established women’s right to vote, or suffrage. For almost a century of discussions, protests, and movements, the 19th Amendment passed both houses of Congress in 1919. But a majority of 36 states had Continue Reading..
by Douglas Terpstra The first two buildings ever constructed at John Glenn Columbus International Airport are still standing. Construction of the administration building/passenger terminal and a hangar for the Transcontinental Air Transport Company (TAT) began at the then-Port Columbus Airport in May of 1929. Although not quite finished, the terminal was open to visitors Continue Reading..
Dr. Kevin Schwarz’s article on Serpent Mound was recently published the Ohio Archaeological Council’s, Journal of Ohio Archaeology. Dr. Schwarz is a Principal Investigator at ASC Group, Inc. This year marks the seventh issue of the Journal of Ohio Archaeology, the Ohio Archaeological Council’s annual, peer-reviewed periodical with articles on a wide range of topics Continue Reading..
by Douglas Terpstra ASC Group, Inc. (ASC) has completed numerous projects at John Glenn Columbus International Airport (formerly Port Columbus International Airport) since 2002, including in almost all of the disciplines in which ASC is prequalified. The project types have included archaeological (Phase I and Phase II surveys, cemetery relocation, artifact curation, Memorandum of Agreement Continue Reading..