Many of the day's volunteers were ready to work by 9am.
The STPs in the transect just south of the church foundation encountered a variety of deposits, including building foundations, cellars, and a deep sand and gravel bed that may be an old stream bed.
Scott shows off an historic shotgun shell fragment just as a hunter is shooting off a rifle in the woods nearby.
Some of our Certified Archaeological Technican volunteers, hard at work.
A tobacco pipe stem that is covered in mortar. Pipes have been found in building mortar at other sites in the region. Reduce, reuse, recycle.
A screen full of coal and building debris.
Volunteers in pink!
Sometimes two Ph.D.'s are better than one.
A well organized line.
One heavy rain strorm forced us into the courthouse for an hour.