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Long House (Site Type Keyword)

Parent: Domestic Structures

A long, relatively narrow multi-family dwelling, best known as a typical village dwelling used by Iroquois Confederacy tribes.

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Archaeological Site Survey Records

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Archaeological site survey records for the Fox Lair site.


Area A Site Plan

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This is a site plan for Area A of the Fox Lair site.


Area B Site Plan

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This is a site plan for Area B of the Fox Lair site.


Area C Site Plan

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This is a site plan for Area C of the Fox Lair site.


Curation Request Form

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This is the curation request form for the Fox Lair site.


Eaton Site

PROJECT Uploaded by: William Engelbrecht

This project contains data from 17 seasons of excavation from the Eaton Site in West Seneca, NY just south of the city of Buffalo. It is a multi-component site that was occupied intermittently from late Paleo-Indian times through the early 19th century when it contained a cabin on what was then the Buffalo Creek Reservation. The bulk of material recovered from the site is from an Iroquoian village dating to the mid-sixteenth century. The major portions of three longhouses and a palisade...


Excavation Unit Forms

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These are the excavation unit forms for the fall 1990 season.


Excavations Site Plan

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This is a site plan of the excavations at Fox Lair.


Filling the Archaeological Void: Saint Lawrence Iroquoians in Alburg, Vermont (2005)

DOCUMENT Thomas R. Jamison.

Samuel de Champlain reported the presence of Native American groups around the north end of Lake Champlain prior to 1609 (Bassett 1967). However, the archeaology of Grand Isle County, Vermont, has only been minimally examined. Few archaeological sites have been previously identified in the town of Alburg, a pattern that is characteristic of the county overall.. Until recently, most of the sites identified in the town were found by collectors and have not been confirmed by controlled excavation...


Fox Lair

PROJECT Susan E. Bamann. University at Albany.

Fox Lair was discovered by Susan Bamann in 1989 while she was looking for the previously located Johnson site. The location of the Johnson site was incorrect in the New York State Museum files. Bamann found little or nothing where the Johnson site was supposedly located. It's clear that Fox Lair and Johnson are the same site. The site is located in the state of New York on a ridge near Otsquago Creek, Fort Plain, and the Mohawk River.


Fox Lair Catalog

DATASET Uploaded by: Amanda Sacks

This is an inventory of artifacts collected from the Fox Lair site.


Fox Lair Catalog Guide

DOCUMENT Uploaded by: Amanda Sacks

This is a guide to the Fox Lair site.


Fox Lair Floor Plans

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These are floor plans for the fall 1990 season at Fox Lair.


Fox Lair Magnetometer Plots

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These are magnetometer plots for 9/23/90.


Fox Lair Site Plan

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This is a site plan of the Fox Lair site.


Magnetometer Survey Area

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This is an image of the magnetometer survey area of the Fox Lair site.


North Atlantic Biocultural Organization (NABO)

PROJECT CUNY Northern Science and Education Center. Thomas McGovern.

This project file contains NABO publications. NABO was founded over 20 years ago to attempt to cross-cut national and disciplinary boundaries and to help North Atlantic scholars make the most of the immense research potential of our damp and lovely research area. NABO has worked to aid in improving basic data comparability, in assisting practical fieldwork and interdisciplinary ventures, in promoting student training, and in better communicating our findings to other scholars, funding...


Second Woods

PROJECT Dean Snow. University at Albany.

The Second Woods site was excavated as part of the Mohawk Valley Project. The site is located in the town of Minden, New York, and lies on a long ridge that runs westward from the village of Fort Plain. Second Woods is one of several sites clustered in the town of Minden, on the south side of the Mohawk River. It may have been one of the communities that came together later at Otstungo. Second Woods is one of the few excavated examples of small villages that preceded the nucleation and...


Second Woods (1995)

DOCUMENT Dean Snow.

This section provides information on the Second Woods Site.


Second Woods Catalog

DATASET Uploaded by: Amanda Sacks

This data file contains an inventory of all the artifacts excavated during this excavation of the Second Woods site.


Second Woods Catalog Guide (2009)

DOCUMENT Uploaded by: Amanda Sacks

This is a guide to the Second Woods site.


Second Woods Field Notes

DOCUMENT Uploaded by: Amanda Sacks

These are the field notes from the 1990 and 1991 excavations at Second Woods.


Second Woods Floor Plans

DOCUMENT Uploaded by: Amanda Sacks

Here are floor plans from the 1990 and 1991 seasons of excavation.


Second Woods Images

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Uploaded here are images of trench 6, the area 6 floor plan, a satellite view of the site, and the site plan.


Second Woods Level Notes

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These are the level notes from the 1991 season of excavation.

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