New England, Archaic, Yantic River Drainage Basin (Other Keyword)

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Campfire Stories: Defining Features at the Susquetonscut Brook Site 11 in Eastern Connecticut (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kristen Jeremiah.

The Susquetonscut Brook Site 11 (SB-11) is a Native American campsite occupied primarily during the Archaic Period and again briefly in the Woodland Period. Data recovery excavations conducted by The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc. (PAL) in the summer of 2015 resulted in the recovery of thousands of artifacts and the exposure of 14 cultural features, including post-molds, pit features, fire hearths, and a roasting platform. Feature definition was attained through a variety of analyses,...