This record contains excavation and artifact photographs associated with phase II investigations of site 18AN762, located at Fort Meade, Maryland.
Site 48SW7095 is a short-term prehistoric camp located along raised sandy deposits overlooking Laundry Draw in Sweetwater County, Wyoming....
In June of 2003, Southeastern Archeological Services, Inc. conducted a two week archeological survey and testing program at the Georgia Department of...
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