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Noxon Tenancy Site (7NC-F-133) Ceramic Minimum Number of Vessels (MNV) Catalog (2016)

DATASET

List of catalog and object data on sherds that constitute inferred ceramic vessels from features at the Noxon Tenancy (7NC-F-133), used to calculate a minimum number of vessels (MNV)


Noxon Tenancy Site (7NC-F-133) Phase II and III Artifact Catalog (2016)

DATASET

combined Phase II and III artifact catalog for Noxon Tenancy Site (7NC-F-133), includes identified floral and faunal specimen


Noxon Tenancy Site (7NC-F-133), U.S. Route 301 Corridor

PROJECT

On behalf of the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), The Louis Berger Group, Inc. (Louis Berger), has completed a Phase III archaeological data recovery at the Noxon Tenancy (7NC-F-133) in St. Georges Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware. The work was carried out under Task Orders 8 and 11 of Agreement No. 1538. The Noxon Tenancy Site had been determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion D because it contains information important to...


Noxon Tenancy Site [7NC-F-133]: Caprine Faunal Specimen Recovered from Feature Contexts (2012)

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Laboratory photo of selected Caprine (sheep/goat) faunal elements. Top-left: pelvis recovered from Feature 66, Stratum A, Level 1 (274.36). Bottom-left: mandible recovered from Feature 4, Stratum A, Level 1, Southeast 1/2 (167.29). Center-right: tibia recovered from Feature 8, Stratum A, Level 1 (181.31). Far-right: metacarpal recovered from Feature 1, Stratum A, Level 2 (79.31).


Noxon Tenancy Site [7NC-F-133]: Feature 1 North Profile After Bisection (2012)

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Field photo of Feature 1, the cellar, North profile after bisection.


Noxon Tenancy Site [7NC-F-133]: Feature 2 Top Level 13 After Mechanical Removal of Surrounding Subsoil (2012)

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Field photo of Feature 2, a well, opening of Level 13 after excavation of upper layers and mechanical removal of surrounding subsoil, View to North.


Noxon Tenancy Site [7NC-F-133]: Feature 34 Fully Excavated Showing Wooden Cribbing Remnants (2012)

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Field photo of Feature 34, a well, after completion of excavation showing remnats of wooden cribbing and water table, View to South.


Noxon Tenancy Site [7NC-F-133]: Feature 4 East Profile After Bisection (2012)

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Field photo of Feature 4, cellar pit, East profile after bisection.


Noxon Tenancy Site [7NC-F-133]: Redware Porringer Fragment Recovered From Feature 39 (2012)

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Field photo of black-glazed redware porringer fragment recovered from Feature 39, a pit, Stratum A, Level 3, South 1/2 (Cat./Spec. 255.1)


Noxon Tenancy Site [7NC-F-133]: Scratch-blue White Salt-glazed Stoneware Teacaddy Fragment Recovered from Feature 1 (2012)

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Field photo of scratch-blue white salt-glazed stoneware tea caddy fragment after recovery from Feature 1, the cellar, Stratum A, Level 2 (Cat./Spec. No. 66.12)


Noxon Tenancy Site [7NC-F-133]: Site Overview at Completion of Data Recovery (2012)

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Field photo from elevated platform after completion of excavation, View to North.


Noxon Tenancy Site [7NC-F-133]: Staffordshire Slipware Porringer Fragments Recovered from Feature 8 (2012)

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Field photo of re-fitting Staffordshire slipware porringer fragments recovered from Feature 8, a possible cellar, Stratum B, Level 2 (Cat./Spec. No. 182.5)


Phase III Archaeological Investigations The Noxon Tenancy Site (7NC-F-133), U.S. Route 301 Corridor, New Castle County, Delaware, DelDOT Parent Agreement 1538, Task 11 (2016)

DOCUMENT

On behalf of the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), The Louis Berger Group, Inc. (Louis Berger), has completed a Phase III archaeological data recovery at the Noxon Tenancy (7NC-F-133) in St. Georges Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware. The work was carried out under Task Orders 8 and 11 of Agreement No. 1538. The Noxon Tenancy Site had been determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion D because it contains information important to...

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