Virginia Institute of Marine Science
In July 1990, the William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research (WMCAR) of the Department of Anthropology at the College of William and Mary entered into an agreement with the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences (VIMS) to conduct - a Phase I archaeological investigation at three proposed candidate parcels for the Environmental Toxicology and Pathology Research Center on the VIMS campus, Gloucester Point, Virginia. The purpose of the investigation was to identify the presence of archaeological resources that may exist within the each 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, Excavations (Archaeology) -- Virginia -- Gloucester County
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Blanton, D. B., Linebaugh, et al. (1992). A phase I cultural resource survey of the proposed sites for the VIMS Environmental Toxicology and Pathology Research Center, Gloucester Point, Virginia . William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research. William and Mary. https://scholarworks.wm.edu/reports/2530