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Cultural Resources Management

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

"Integrating the past with the future."

Publications and Documents

Camp Lejeune Bulletins and Orders

Environmental Compliance and Protection Standing Operating Procedures
(Short Title:  ECPSOP)
 

Archaeological and Historic Properties Management (Base Order 5090.8)


Department of Defense Reports and Initiatives

2005 Department of Defense Annual Report

Readiness and Environmental Protection Initiative (REPI), Department of Defense – Sustainable Ranges Initiative. The “DoD’s REPI Program is about working with states, communities, and conservationists in a positive way to promote win/win use approaches and solutions” (Alex Beehler, Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense). In the face of increasing urban sprawl, the DoD developed the REPI program. Launched in 2004, REPI is part of DoD’s overall Sustainable Ranges Initiative, a multi-level effort designed to ensure the future use of military training land by addressing issues of potential encroachment on military training.


Environmental Statements

Environmental Management System, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

Current Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Commanding General's Environmental Policy Statement

2010 Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Commanding Officer’s Environmental Policy Statement

2008 Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Commanding Officer’s Environmental Policy





Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP) and Related Documents


Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP) for MCB Camp Lejeune
 was prepared by Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. (Anne V. Stokes, Program Manager, with Principal Investigators Rebecca Klein and Brenda Swann). This ICRMP is a management plan for achieving compliance with Section 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act and other preservation laws. 2010
(Note that site location information has been removed)

Programmatic Agreement among the United States of America, Department of the Navy and the North Carolina State Historic Preservation Officer for the Marine Corps Special Operations Command (MARSOC) Development at Stone Bay Rifle Range Historic District, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune 


1990 Historic Preservation Plan Supplement 1
 
Prepared by the Environmental Resources Branch of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District (Richard H. Kimmel and Alison L. Arnold). The report contains revisions to the April 1987, Water and Air Research, Inc. Plan for Camp Lejeune. Revisions to the 1987 Plan and other historic preservation activities are the subject of this Supplement.

1990 Historic Preservation Plan Supplement 1 (Version II) 
Prepared by the Environmental Resources Branch of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District (Richard H. Kimmel and Alison L. Arnold). The report contains revisions to the April 1987, Water and Air Research, Inc. Plan for Camp Lejeune. Revisions to the 1987 Plan and other historic preservation activities are the subject of this Supplement.

Historic Preservation Plan Camp Lejeune, North Carolina (1986)
Prepared in 1986 by Water and Air Research, Inc (Lucy B. Wayne, Project Archaeologist and Martin F. Dickinson, Principal Investigator). The report is designed for use by personnel with different backgrounds and management concerns including but not limited to military personnel, archaeologists, architects, and contractors.


Guidelines

Historic American Buildings Survey, Guidelines for Historical Reports

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Base Exterior Architectural Plan (BEAP) was prepared by HBA Architecture & Interior Design, Inc. and Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. 2010

Guidelines for Historic Buildings Management, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Onslow County, North Carolina was prepared by the Louis Berger Group to assist in the management and treatment of individual buildings and historic districts at MCBCL that have been determined eligible for listing in the NRHP. 2008


National Register Nomination Forms

Stone Bay Rifle Range Historic District


Naval Hospital Historic District, National Register of Historic Places Registration Form 

National Register of Historic Places, Multiple Property Documentation Form, World War II Construction, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Onslow County, North Carolina was prepared by Louis Berger & Associates, Inc (Martha H. Bowers and Kay Simpson, Principal Investigators).


Archaeological Reports

Example Site Report
Archaeological Evaluation of Site 31ON667 at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Onslow County, North Carolina, was prepared by Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. (Anne V. Stokes, Program Manager and Bryan C. Harrell, Principal Investigator). The report details the Phase II archaeological evaluation of site 31ON667. Please note that site location information has been redacted from the report prior to public distribution.

Archaeological Evaluation of Nine Sites in the High Use Training Area at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Onslow County, North Carolina was prepared by Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. (Anne V. Stokes, Program Manager and Bryan C. Harrell, Principal Investigator). The report details the Phase II archaeological evaluations of nine sites at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. The purpose of this project was to evaluate the archaeological significance of the nine sites and to make recommendations regarding their eligibility for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The site evaluations were conducted as part of MCBCL’s ongoing cultural resources requirements under Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 as amended (NHPA).

Archaeological Survey of Proposed Borrow Pit Camp Lejeune was prepared by Coastal Carolina Research, Inc. (William H. Reid and Loretta Lautzenheiser, Principal Investigators). The report explains the intensive survey designed to identify archaeological resources within the survey area and, if possible, to determine whether or not these resources were potentially eligible for listing in the NRHP. 1998

1996 Phase I Architectural Survey of Camp Lejeune - Panamerican was prepared by Panamerican Consultants, Inc (Inez Reed-Hoffman, Principal Investigator). The report contains data resulting from a November 1994 – February 1995 architectural survey of 2,600 historic properties dating to World War II on Mainside, MCBCL and New River Marine Corps Air Station, Jacksonville, North Carolina. 1996

A Phase I Draft Report:  Mainside Architectural Survey, Camp Lejeune, USMC Base, Onslow County, Jacksonville, North Carolina, Appendix A, Volume III was prepared by Panamerican Consultants, Inc (Inez Reed-Hoffman, Principal Investigator). 1995

A Phase I Draft Report:  Mainside Architectural Survey, Camp Lejeune, USMC Base, Onslow County, Jacksonville, North Carolina, Appendix A, Volume IV was prepared by Panamerican Consultants, Inc. (Inez Reed-Hoffman, Principal Investigator). 1995

An Archaeological and Historical Reconnaissance of U.S. Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Executive Summary was prepared by the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Thomas C. Loftfield, Principal Investigator). The work consisted of a search of previous work in the area and an on-ground survey of areas selected on the basis of specific environmental zones present at MCBCL. 1981

An Archaeological and Historical Reconnaissance of U.S. Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Part I was prepared by the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Thomas C. Loftfield, Principal Investigator). The work consisted of a search of previous work in the area and an on-ground survey of areas selected on the basis of specific environmental zones present at MCBCL. 1981

An Archaeological and Historical Reconnaissance of U.S. Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Part 2 The Historic Record was prepared by the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Thomas C. Loftfield, Principal Investigator). Detailed attention is given to the Colonial period within this report. Of particular interest is the information relating to the early settlement of the area, the early courthouses, the Colonial wars, and Colonial leaders. 1981


Other Publications

Semper Fidelis, A Brief History of Onslow County, North Carolina, and Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune
Prepared by the Louis Berger Group, Inc. and provides a history from the Paleoindian Period to present day.

Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Front Cover
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Inside Front Cover
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Table of Contents
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Introduction
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 1
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 2
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 3
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 4
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 5
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 6
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 7
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 8

Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 9
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 10
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 11
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Chapter 12
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Acronyms and Abbreviations
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Acknowledgements
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Further Reading
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Photo Credits
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Back Inside Cover
Semper Fidelis Popular History Publication: Back Cover