18CH481 (Site Name Keyword)
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Evidence of extensive oyster shell was observed along the south bank cliff. Prehistoric materials included three firecracked rocks and four quartz flakes. Historic artifacts included one tin-glazed earthenware fragment, one rosehead wrought nail, and one 12-gauge shotgun shell base. Testing of the northeast boundary was limited by disturbance caused by earthmoving activities. The site is separated from 18CH480 by an area of disturbance (a borrow pit) to the southwest of the site.
Artifact Inventory, Phase I Survey of Twelve Areas, Blossom Point, Adelphi Laboratory Center (2005)
This record includes an artifact catalog generated by Phase I survey from the former Harry Diamond Laboratories Field Test Facility, Blossom Point Maryland during 1977 and 1980. The "Description Characteristics" column in this data set has been unmerged into four distinct columns and relabeled to allow for it to be ingested into tDAR. No data have been affected. Modified on 02/12/2014.
Phase I Archaeological Survey of Twelve Areas at the Blossom Point Field Test Facility (BPFTF) Charles County, Maryland (1996)
A Phase I archeological survey of 12 selected areas totaling 250 acres at the Blossom Point Field Test Facility (BPFTF) in Charles County, Maryland, was conducted during the summer of 1993 by MAAR Associates, Inc. (MAI), of Newark, Delaware. MAI conducted the survey as a subcontractor to Geo-Marine, Inc. (GMI), of Plano, Texas, under contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, Fort Worth, Texas. The survey was undertaken as part of the compliance with Section 106 and...
Phase I Survey of Twelve Areas at Blossom Point, Adelphi Laboratory Center (2000.028)
Project includes artifact catalog generated by Phase I survey from the former Harry Diamond Laboratories Field Test Facility, Blossom Point Maryland.