Silverheels (Scr 4-4, UB 787) is located in southern Erie Co. on the north side of Cattaraugus Creek. The early historic Iroquoian component dates to the early 17th century. Jack Schock believed there was a prehistoric Iroquoian component. Sample = 165 vessels (Harvard Peabody = 113, New York State Museum = 51). These ceramic attributes were recorded in 1983. See "The Chautauqua Phase and Other Late Woodland Sites in Southwestern New York" by Jack Michael Schock, Ph.D. dissertation, SUNY/Buffalo, 1974.