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Artifact & Excavation Photographs,Site 18HA242, Aberdeen Proving Ground (2003)
IMAGE Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory.

Photographs taken of artifacts collected from Site 18HA242 and and test units dug as part of a Phase I investigation of Site 18HA242, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. In addition, there are photographs of a chain and stove door from the site that was conserved at the Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory. Photographs of the conservation process can be found in PDF format as part of the '1996.041 APG Supplemental Cultural Resource Management Plan, Spesutie Island, Aberdeen Proving...

Phase I / II Archeological Investigations at Gunpowder Meeting House and Phase III Archeological Mitigation of Impacts to Site 18HA242, Quiet Lodge, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Harford County, Maryland (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas W. Davis. Kristen Bastis. Meril Dunn. Katherine Grandine.

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Phase I Investigation of Spesutie Island, Aberdeen Proving Ground (1996.041)
PROJECT Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Norfolk, VA.

This project contains photographs of excavation, artifacts and conservation efforts associated a Phase I investigation on Spesutie Island, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland . Images here of excavations are digital copies of photographs originally taken in 1993. The photographs are divided by site, with a Image Resource page for Site 18HA133 and another Image Resource page for Site 18HA242. Photographs of the conservation process of artifacts from Site 18HA242 are available as a single PDF.