A chert flaked stone tool recovered from Site CA-MEN-1371, Mendocino County, California was submitted for protein residue analysis.
POLLEN, PHYTOLITH, MACROFLORAL, PROTEIN RESIDUE, FTIR ANALYSIS, AND AMS DATING FOR 24GA493 (HORSE BUTTE PENINSULA SITE) AND AMS DATING AND PROTEIN RESIDUE ANALYSIS FOR 24GA416 (REAS PASS SITE), MONTANALinda Scott Cummings, Chad Yost, Kathryn Puseman & David V. Hill
Sites 24GA493 (Horse Butte Peninsula Site) and 24GA419 (Reas Pass Site) are located in Gallatin County, southwestern Montana. Excavations of these sites is part of an on-going effort to re-license the Hebgen Reservoir development along the Madison River near West Yellowstone. Pollen analysis was conducted on samples collected stratigraphically from the Reas Pass Site (24GA419) to provide paleoenvironmental information for sediments from a column that yielded a radiocarbon date of 8760 ± 20 BP near...
CHARCOAL IDENTIFICATION AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION OF A SAMPLE FROM SITE 27-GR-236, GRAFTON COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRELinda Scott Cummings & Jenna Battillo
A hearth feature excavated at Site 27-GR-236 is located along the Pemigewassat River near the town of Plymouth in Grafton County, New Hampshire. Artifacts observed in association with the hearth suggest affiliation with Early Woodland cultures (Mark Doperalski, personal communication, August 26, 2019). Charcoal collected from the feature was submitted for AMS radiocarbon age determination to assess whether the hearth is indeed prehistoric and what species were used in the hearth.
Color photograph of erosion and an exterior corner of the Ballast House.
A photograph of metal scrap in a wooded area.
Annotated Letter from the U.S. Army Electronic Research and Development Command to U.S. Army Materiel Command, Ballast HouseStuart M. Marcus
An annotated letter referencing a prior letter sent from the State Historic Preservation Officer of the Maryland Historical Trust that directed Harry Diamond Laboratories to follow the guidelines stated in the letter sent 13 August 1984. HDL Facilities Engineering Office believes that higher headquarters recommend appropriate terms of agreement if a new MOA regarding the Ballast House is to be negotiated.