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Campbell Hollow, IL (11ST144) Fauna dataset 1/16" flotation (1980)

DATASET [ID: 401049] Mona Colburn. Bonnie Styles.

The Campbell Hollow site (11ST144) is located in the lower Illinois River valley in Scott Country, Illinois. Late Woodland remains were primarily encountered in the plow zone, and two buried Archaic components were excavated in 1980 and 1981. Early and Middle Archaic remains were buried by over 2 m of sediment at the toe of colluvial slope on the east side of the Illinois River valley near the entrance of a small stream (Campbell Hollow Creek) into the main valley. The Archaic encampments are...


Campbell Hollow, IL (11ST144) Fauna dataset 1/4" screen (1980)

DATASET [ID: 400999] Mona Colburn. Bonnie Styles.

The Campbell Hollow site (11ST144) is located in the lower Illinois River valley in Scott Country, Illinois. Late Woodland remains were primarily encountered in the plow zone, and two buried Archaic components were excavated in 1980 and 1981. Early and Middle Archaic remains were buried by over 2 m of sediment at the toe of colluvial slope on the east side of the Illinois River valley near the entrance of a small stream (Campbell Hollow Creek) into the main valley. The Archaic encampments are...


Campbell Hollow, IL (11ST144) Project

PROJECT [ID: 400808] Uploaded by: Mona Colburn

The Campbell Hollow site (11ST144) is located in the lower Illinois River valley in Scott Country, Illinois. The site was excavated under the direction of Dr. C. Russell Stafford (Center for American Archaeology) for the Central Illinois Expressway project, with funding from the Illinois Department of Transportation. Late Woodland remains were primarily encountered in the plow zone and two buried Archaic components were excavated in 1980 and 1981. Early and Middle Archaic remains were buried by...


Little Freeman Cave (23PU565)- Mollusk dataset-1/16" Flot (1996)

DATASET [ID: 405914] Mona Colburn. Bonnie Styles. Robert Warren.

Freshwater mussels from 1/16" heavy fraction flotation fom Little Freeman Cave (23PU565), Missouri. Identifications by Robert Warren. Data entered from hand written tallies by Mona Colburn.


Little Freeman Cave (23PU565)- Mollusk dataset-1/4" screen (1996)

DATASET [ID: 402196] Mona Colburn. Bonnie Styles. Robert Warren.

Freshwater mussels from Little Freeman Cave (23PU565), Missouri. Identifications by Robert Warren. Data entered from hand written tallies by Mona Colburn.


Little Freeman Cave (23PU565)- Vertebrate Fauna, 1/16" Flot (1996)

DATASET [ID: 400878] Mona Colburn. Bonnie Styles. Karli E. White.

Flotation (1/16 inch mesh) vertebrate faunal remains from Test Units 1, 2, and 3 at Little Freeman Cave (23PU565) in Missouri.


Little Freeman Cave (23PU565)-Vertebrate Fauna, 1/4" screen (1996)

DATASET [ID: 401048] Mona Colburn. Bonnie Styles. Karli E. White.

Faunal remains collected from Test Units 1 through 5 and 8 by screening through 1/4 inch mesh at Little Freeman Cave (23PU565) in Missouri.


Little Freeman Cave, MO (23PU565) Project

PROJECT [ID: 400807] Bonnie Styles.

Little Freeman Cave (23PU565) is a large cave (25 m x 28 m with a current ceiling height of 6 m) situated in the oak-hickory forest on the south facing bluff overlooking the Big Piney River in the Central Ozark Highland in the Fort Leonard Wood military reservation in Pulaski County, Missouri. Phase II testing at the site in 1996 and more extensive excavations in 1997 by the Illinois State Museum (under the direction of Dr. Steven Ahler), under contract with the United States Army Corps of...


Riverton Site, IL (11CW170) 1961 Mollusca data (1916)

DATASET [ID: 436348] Mona Colburn. Paul W. Parmalee.

Bivalve and gastropod remains were excavated under the direction of Howard D. Winters during June 1961 at the Riverton Site, Illinois (11CW170). Remains were screened with unspecified mesh size; however, it is presumed that 1/4" mesh was used. Five 5 foot squares were excavated. Levels were excavated in 6" increments. Dr. Paul Parmalee analyzed the bivalves. Dr. Parmalee only recorded attributes for the following variables: taxon, and the number of identified specimens.


Riverton Site, IL (11CW170) 1961 vertebrate fauna (1961)

DATASET [ID: 436186] Mona Colburn. Paul W. Parmalee.

Vertebrate faunal remains excavated under the direction of Howard D. Winters during June 1961 at the Riverton Site, Illinois (11CW170). Remains were screened with unspecified mesh size; however, it is presumed that 1/4" mesh was used. Dr. Paul Parmalee analyzed the faunal remains. Dr. Parmalee only recorded attributes for the following variables: taxon, element, completeness (whole vs fragmentary), the number of identified specimens, and miscellaneous comments.


Riverton Site, IL (11CW170) 1963 vertebrate fauna (1963)

DATASET [ID: 436200] Mona Colburn. Paul W. Parmalee.

Vertebrate faunal remains excavated at the Riverton Site, Illinois (11CW170) under the direction of Joseph R. Caldwell during July and August 1963. Remains were hand troweled and some features were screened with unspecified mesh size (it is presumed that 1/4" mesh was used). Dr. Paul Parmalee analyzed the faunal remains. Dr. Parmalee only recorded attributes for the following variables: taxon, element, completeness (whole vs fragmentary), the number of identified specimens, and miscellaneous...


Riverton Site, IL (11CW170) Project

PROJECT [ID: 436185] Uploaded by: Mona Colburn

The Riverton Site is a Late Archaic shell midden located north east of the town of Palestine, Illinois. The site is situated between the Wabash River to the east and an abandoned channel to the west. Prehistorically the area site may have been an island. Dr. Paul Parmalee analyzed the faunal remains. For vertebrate remains, Dr. Parmalee only recorded attributes for the following variables: taxon, element, completeness (whole vs fragmentary), the number of identified specimens, and...

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