Virginia Institute of Marine Science
A Phase I archaeological survey of a new site for the proposed Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) Environmental Toxicology and Pathology Research Center in Gloucester County, Virginia, was undertaken by staff of the William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research (WMCAR) on September 28, 1993. This investigation was intended to provide specific information concerning the nature and distribution of potential archaeological resources within the project area (approximately 11,933 m2 [39,150 ft.2]). The work included a review of the existing archaeological sites and an evaluation of extant documentary and cartographic sources pertaining to the project area.
Report submitted to the VIrginia Institute of Marine Science by the William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research.
Includes bibliographical references.
Gloucester County (Va.) -- Antiquities, Gloucester County (Va.) -- Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology) -- Virginia -- Gloucester County
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Blanton, D. B., Linebaugh, D. W., et al. (1994). A phase I archaeological survey of a new site for the Environmental Toxicology and Pathology Research Center at Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester County, Virginia. William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research. William and Mary. https://scholarworks.wm.edu/reports/2524