Clark Sites

Summary

The Clark sites exist in the Mettawee Archaeological District on the slope of a bluff overlooking an old channel of the Mettawee River. The four defined loci are listed as Clark 1-4. Clark 1 is the major site, and the other three are minor in comparison. The excavations on the sites took place in the summer of 1977.

Cite this Record

Clark Sites. ( tDAR id: 370054) ; doi:10.6067/XCV85X2BCB

This Resource is Part of the Following Collections

Spatial Coverage

min long: -73.418; min lat: 43.518 ; max long: -73.383; max lat: 43.552 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Sponsor(s): University at Albany

Repository(s): New York State Museum

Record Identifiers

Clark 4: New York State Museum(s): 11759

Clark 3: New York State Museum(s): 11741

Clark 2: New York State Museum(s): 11740

Clark 4: Univesity at Albany(s): ALB 364

Clark 3: University at Albany(s): ALB 313

Clark 2 : University at Albany(s): ALB 312

Clark 1: New York State Museum(s): 11739

Clark 1: University at Albany(s): ALB 100

Resources Inside this Project (Viewing 1-12 of 12)

Documents

  1. Archaeology Survey Phase II (1979)
  2. Clark Preliminary Report (1977)
  3. Clark Site Catalog Guide (2008)
  4. Clark Site Excavation Level Records (1977)

Images

  1. Clark Artifact Images (1977)
  2. Clark Contour Draft (1977)
  3. Clark Field Images (1977)
  4. Clark Loci Map (1977)
  5. Clark Site Map (1977)
  6. Clark Site Plan (1977)
  7. Clark Wall Profiles (1977)

Datasets

  1. Clark Site Catalog (1977)