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Below is an overview of the counts and types of resources currently recorded and managed by DOE-RL.
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Hanford Site Resources The cultural resources currently managed by the DOE-RL represent an extensive history of land use on the Hanford Site.
The Hanford Site can be broken down into the following four cultural landscapes: 1.
Native American Land Use: 11,000 BP – Present This landscape consists primarily of prehistoric archaeological sites containing a variety of prehistoric artifacts and features as well as traditional native use areas. Historic Pre-Hanford: 1850s – 1943 This landscape consists of historic archaeological sites, features, and buildings dating to the pre-Hanford era, prior to the government occupation at the site.
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Archaeological sites of this era include historic farmsteads/homesteads, irrigation system components as well as historic trash and debris scatters from domestic and agricultural activities. Manhattan Project and Cold War Era: 1943 – 1990 This landscape consists of archaeological sites, features, and buildings dating back to the start of the government occupation of the site in 1943 through the Cold War era (ending in the 1990s).
Archaeological sites of this era include military installations, government camps/housing, as well as historic structures associated with Manhattan Project operations. Modern Day Hanford: 1990 – Present Modern day Hanford is focused on decommissioning, demolition, and environmental cleanup efforts.