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Digging Into French Colonial St. Louis (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Deseray Helton. Michael J. Meyer. Sue Olson.

This is an abstract from the "POSTER Session 2: Linking Historic Documents and Background Research in Archaeology" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology.                  Beginning in 2013, the Missouri Department of Transportation began conducting archaeological investigations for proposed highway improvements in downtown St. Louis. Known now as the Poplar Street Bridge Project, these ongoing investigations encompass the Madam Haycraft (23SL2334),...

Overview of the Prehistoric Resources of the Metropolitan St. Louis Area (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Elizabeth Benchley.

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Recent Archaeological Investigations at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, St. Louis (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Don Booth. Robert J. Moore.

In 2015 the National Park Service and the City of St. Louis initiated a major redesign and renovation of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial; home of the Gateway Arch.  The memorial is located on the site of the French colonial 18th century village of St. Louis which later in the 19th century developed into the commercial hub of the city.  Due to the continued growth of the city throughout the 19th century as well as the destruction and redevelopment following the Great Fire of 1849 and...