Phase II/III Archeological Investigation, 184-186 Sheridan Avenue and 203-209 Sheridan Avenue Historic Sites, Albany, NY
Report detailing the results of a Phase II site evaluation and Phase III data retrieval of two historic sites on Sheridan Avenue in Albany, NY. The research focuses on the c.1870-1930 use of two privies behind the houses in a neighborhood known in the 19th century as Sheridan Hollow, which was largely occupied by Irish immigrants and Irish-American families. The privy at the 203-209 Sheridan site was likely used by a grocery and saloon located at the corner at 203 Sheridan Avenue.
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Phase II/III Archeological Investigation, 184-186 Sheridan Avenue and 203-209 Sheridan Avenue Historic Sites, Albany, NY. ( tDAR id: 393998) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8QZ2CDT
Calendar Date: 1860 to 1930
min long: -73.78; min lat: 42.645 ; max long: -73.744; max lat: 42.677 ;
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Contact(s): Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc.
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Unique Site Number(s): A00140.04860; A00140.04861
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Project Review Number(s): 12PR04637; 12PR04645
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