Elwood (Site Name Keyword)
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Artifact images from the Elwood site.
Casagrand's Thermoluminescence Notes
These are Robert Casagrand's notes on an experiment done in the thermoluminescence lab on pot sherds from various sites in the Mohawk Valley Project, including Elwood.
Curation Request Form
This is the curation request form for the Elwood site.
The Elwood site is a Mohawk Iroquois site that was excavated in 1982. This was the first site excavated during the 1982-1995 Mohawk Valley Project. Files include a catalog guide, catalog, the 1985 site report, feature forms, and floor plan forms. The site was occupied between 1450 and 1500 CE.
This section provides information on the Elwood site.
Elwood Catalog Guide
The file contains a complete inventory of artifacts recovered during the 1982 excavations at the Elwood site. It also contains an inventory of the Ellis Elwood (now deceased) collection, which apparently remains in the hands of his heirs.
Elwood Field Catalog
This catalog contains field notes from the Elwood site.
Elwood Grid Map (2012)
This is a site plan that shows all layers of MapInfo maps relevant to the Elwood site excavations.
The Elwood Site (1985)
This discusses the findings from the 1982 excavation of the Elwood site.
Elwood Site Catalog (1982)
This data file contains a complete inventory of artifacts excavated in 1982, as well as an inventory of photographs and features. There is also an inventory of the Ellis Elwood collection, which came entirely from this site.
Elwood Site Feature Forms
Feature forms from the 1982 Elwood site excavations.
Elwood site map
This is a map of the Elwood site.
These are field images from the excavation of the Elwood site.
Field School Images
These are images from the field school at the Elwood site.
The Mohawk Valley Project: 1982 Field Season Report (Snow 1985)
A report on the 1982 Elwood site excavations.
Newsom Wood Analysis
Newsom wood analysis
Socci 1995 Dissertation (1995)
This is Mary C. Socci's dissertation, "The Analysis of the Faunal Remains of Five Iroquois Sites in the Mohawk Valley."