The Salt Pond Project was undertaken in 1968 with support from the University of Maine and the National Science Foundation. The work was focused on the Grindle site, but test excavations were also carried out on the nearby Allen site as well as on the Carleton Island site. These are sites 42-10, 42-11, and 42-27 in the numbering system in use at the time at the University of Maine. Excavation recovered materials assignable to the Woodland period.
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Salt Pond. ( tDAR id: 440763) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8862K73
min long: -68.59; min lat: 44.333 ; max long: -68.571; max lat: 44.377 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Principal Investigator(s): Dean Snow
Related Comparative Collections
University of Maine Maine State Museum