Bray (Battle Hill) Site (Site Name Keyword)
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The Bray (Battle Hill) site is associated with The Lake George Project. The Bray Site (ALB 143) is located on the lower slopes of Battle Hill. The site is a prehistoric cultural resource and was discovered by Edward Krause. The excavations here took place from July 9th until 1st of August 1979. The site was named after the landowner who was Dana S. Bray. Out of the 243 sites that were given a provisional site number with the ALB prefix only 54 sites that were tested and produced artifacts...
Bray Catalog (1979)
This is the catalog from the site Bray (Battle Hill) excavations of 1979.
Bray Catalog Guide (2008)
This file contains the Bray Catalog Guide from the 1979 excavations. The catalog guide was written by Dean R. Snow and Michael M. Bender.
Bray Color Transparencies (1979)
This are color transparencies taken at the excavations of the Bray Site. These photos show one of the survey quads that was identified through a stratified random selection process.
Bray Field Map (1979)
This is an drawing of the Bray field map for the excavations of 1979.
Bray Field notes and Excavation Level Records (1979)
This contains 2 files. The Bray field notes and the excavation level records for the site of Bray (Battle Hill) excavations of 1979.
Bray Photo Negatives (1979)
These are photo negatives taken at the site Bray (Battle Hill)
Bray Satellite Images (1979)
This file contains 2 Google Earth images and a map of the site of Bray (Battle Hill).
Bray Site Photos (1979)
These files contain photos from the Bray (Battle Hill) Site excavations of 1979.