Phase I archaeological survey of the VIMS scientific storage building parcel and phase II evaluation of site 44GL357, Gloucester Point, Virginia
Virginia Institute of Marine Science
On September 24, 1990, the College of William and Mary's Center for Archaeological Research (WMCAR) conducted a Phase I archaeological survey of an approximately one-half-acre parcel for a proposed Scientific Storage building at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS), Gloucester Point, Virginia (Figures 1 and 2). This area is located within the Gloucester Point Archaeological District. The purpose of the study was to provide preliminary identification and assessment of prehistoric and historic sites, or potential site locations, within the proposed project area.
Report submitted to the VIrginia Institute of Marine Science by the William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research.
Provides overviews of prehistoric, historical area resources, survey methods and artifact inventory and bibliographical references.
Gloucester County (Va.) -- Antiquities, Archaeological surveying -- Virginia -- Gloucester County
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Blanton, D. B., Linebaugh, D. W., et al. (1991). Phase I archaeological survey of the VIMS scientific storage building parcel and phase II evaluation of site 44GL357, Gloucester Point, Virginia . William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research. William and Mary. https://scholarworks.wm.edu/reports/2529