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Bird-Houston Site [7NC-F-138], Locus A: Pharmaceutical Bottle Fragments

Creator(s): Louis Berger

Year: 2012

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Summary

Laboratory photo of 19th-century glass pharmaceutical bottle fragments recovered from various contexts in Locus A at the Bird-Houston site (7NC-F-138).


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Cite this Record

Bird-Houston Site [7NC-F-138], Locus A: Pharmaceutical Bottle Fragments. Louis Berger. Washington, DC: Louis Berger. 2012 ( tDAR id: 437497) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8T72M1Z





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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1775 to 1920


Spatial Coverage

min long: -75.71; min lat: 39.493 ; max long: -75.677; max lat: 39.525 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Heidi Krofft

Contributor(s): Wesley Willoughby

Field Director(s): Jason Shellenhammer ; Mary Patton

Principal Investigator(s): John Bedell

Sponsor(s): FHWA

Permitting Agency(s): DelDOT

Repository(s): Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs Curatorial Facility

Prepared By(s): The Louis Berger Group

Submitted To(s): DelDOT


Record Identifiers

Agreement Number(s): 1538

Work Order Number(s): 10

Louis Berger Project Number(s): 2001831.006

Notes

Redaction Note: figures and text showing or relating site location information have been redacted


Source Collections

All artifacts and excavation records transferred to Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs Curatorial Facility, Dover, DE. Accession Number 2011.8

Related Comparative Collections

Louis Berger's Archaeological Laboratory maintains comparative collections for artifact and faunal identifications, Kansas City, MO.

File Information

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