Submerged Terrestrial Sites and the Applicaton of Clam Dredges in the Search for William Claiborne's 17th Century Settlement in the Upper Chesapeake
Author(s): Joseph M. McNamara
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Submerged Terrestrial Sites and the Applicaton of Clam Dredges in the Search for William Claiborne's 17th Century Settlement in the Upper Chesapeake. Joseph M. McNamara. Presented at The Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, Richmond, Virgina. 1991 ( tDAR id: 173838)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Early Woodland • Late Archaic • Late Woodland • Middle Woodland
Building Materials • Ceramic • Chipped Stone • Glass
Collections Research • Site Evaluation / Testing
Bellarmine Seal • buckley ware • Dutch Brick • Glass Trade Beads • North Devon Ware • Projectile Points • Rhenish Stoneware • Townsend Ceramics • Underwater Archaeology
24035 (Fips Code) • Chester River • Coastal Plain • Craney Creek • Eastern Shore • Kent Island • Maryland (State / Territory) • North America (Continent) • Queen Anne's (County) • Scaffold Creek • United States of America (Country)
1593 • 1631 • 17th Century
min long: -76.437; min lat: 38.807 ; max long: -75.748; max lat: 39.262 ;
NADB document id number(s): 4663
NADB citation id number(s): 000000081073