Draper Park Site (Other Keyword)
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The project began in 1975 and has included field investigation and archival research at two historic sites: Fort Gratiot and the Thomas A. Edison Boyhood home, and a Late Woodland Prehistoric site located in Draper Park, all in the vicinity of Port Huron, Michigan. The Project has been a coordinated effort between Oakland University, Michigan State University, St. Clair County Community College, and the Port Huron Museum.
Port Huron Archaeological Project (1974)
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Report of the Preliminary Excavations at Fort Gratiot (1814-1879) in Port Huron, Michigan (1989)
Publication summarizes the results of archival research and archaeological field work conducted between 1975 and 1985 at the site of Fort Gratiot, a U.S. Military Post occuppied periodically between 1814 and 1879 and located in the vicinity of Port Huron, Michigan
Search for the House in the Grove: Archaeological Excavation of the Boyhood Homesite of Thomas A. Edison in Port Huron, Michigan 1976-1994 (1994)
Publication summarizes the fieldwork and analysis conducted at the site of Thomas Edison's boyhood home in Port Huron, Michigan.