Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Historic Archaeology Photos, Part 3

Today's photograph of the 1960s archaeology at Port Tobacco shed some light on the laboratory facilities the archaeologists had. While the current project has the luxury of using lab space at both the Maryland Historical Trust and Gibb Archaeological Consulting, and storage space in the reconstructed courthouse, our predecessors appear to have had only a bus to work in (the courthouse not yet rebuilt).


1 comment:

Dancing Willow said...

Were there any artifacts found in this lady's hair?