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Archaeological salvage at Brown's Complex Mound 4, Pineland Site Complex (8LL1902), Pineland, Florida, October 2007
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Title: Archaeological salvage at Brown's Complex Mound 4, Pineland Site Complex (8LL1902), Pineland, Florida, October 2007
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Creator: Marquardt, William H
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General Note: Report submitted to Chris and Gayle Bundschu, Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research, Office of the State Archaeologist, and the Lee County Historic Preservation Board.
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    Background
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    BCM4 septic-drainfield project methods: Field work
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    BCM4 project methods: Lab and curation
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    BCM4 septic-drainfield stratigaraphy
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    Additional unprovenienced artifacts from Dietler's 2006 work
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    Discussion
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    Conclusions and References cited
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ARCHAEOLOGICAL SALVAGE
AT BROWN'S COMPLEX MOUND 4,
PINELAND SITE COMPLEX (8LL1902),
PINELAND, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 2007





William H. Marquardt and Karen J. Walker


Randell Research Center
Florida Museum of Natural History






Report submitted to Chris and Gayle Bundschu,
Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research, Office of the State Archaeologist,
and the Lee County Historic Preservation Board


December. 2008

















ARCHAEOLOGICAL SALVAGE
AT BROWN'S COMPLEX MOUND 4,
PINELAND SITE COMPLEX (8LL1902),
PINELAND, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 2007





William H. Marquardt and Karen J. Walker


Randell Research Center
Florida Museum of Natural History






Report submitted to Chris and Gayle Bundschu,
Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research, Office of the State Archaeologist,
and the Lee County Historic Preservation Board


December, 2008























































Note: Because of the uneven number of oversized pages (9 through 13), page 14 is
purposely omitted. Thus, the text continues directly from page 7 to page 15.






BACKGROUND


Property owned by Chris and Gayle Bundschu lies within the Pineland Site Complex
(8LL1902), a National Register of Historic Places-listed archaeological district (Figure 1).
Excavation by heavy equipment on the Bundschu property on September 27, 2007 removed
sediment from a roughly rectangular area approximately 12.5 x 7.5 meters and 2 meters deep,
excepting the northeast corer, which is about 3.3 x 2.6 m (Figure 2). This removed a large
volume of previously undisturbed archaeological sediments of the feature known as Brown's
Complex Mound 4.


Figure 1. Location of project.

































Figure 2. Appearance of septic-drainfield excavation, September 29, 2007.

Lee County imposed a stop-work order on this project due to concerns about
unmarked human burials, pursuant to state statute (chapter 872 FS) as referenced in
chapter 22-106 of the Lee County Land Development Code. This was based on published
archalological evidence of Calusa Indians having buried their dead in elevated midden-
mounds during the Caloosahatchee IIA period (A.D. 500-800; Marquardt 1999:91-93). A
significantt amount of the material impacted by the septic-drainfield excavation appeared to
date to that period, based on stratigraphic correlation with other well known deposits at the
Brown's Mound Complex at Pineland.
At the request of property owners Chris and Gayle Bundschu, Lee County planner
Gloria Saigo. and State Archaeologist Ryan Wheeler. William Marquardt proposed an
inl esigatiion to determine whether or not human remains are present and to document the
%eldinmentation layers tor comparison w ith previous systematic work at the Pineland Site
Collmplc\ This plan was acceptable to all parties, and the field investigations were undertaken
by Willi.ii NM.iUatirdt and Karen Walker on October 16-19 and October 22-26. 2007. They
were assisted 1. two professional archaeologists working in the area who volunteered their
time Tom Mclntosh (2 dai s) and Eugene Chapman (3 days) and by archaeologist and
Randell Research Center cmplo\ ce Michael Wylde (1 da,). Without their assistance. this
project could not have been accomplished in as timely a manner as it was. and we are very
gratftlil to them.






This report constitutes the written summary of findings as promised in Marquardt's
original proposal. By agreement, it is being submitted to the property owners, the State
Archaeologist, and the Lee County Historic Preservation Board. Copies of this report will
also be filed with other records of the Pineland Site excavations at the Florida Museum of
Natural History and at the Randell Research Center (RRC) in Pineland.


BCM4 SEPTIC-DRAINFIELD PROJECT METHODS: FIELD WORK
Stakes were set in at the covers of the septic drainfield excavation, and a general
elevation datum stake was tied in to the Pineland Elevation System. For the most part, the
Mound 4 (septic pit) profiles correlate to levels 69 through 86 of the Pineland Elevation
System (PES) established for archaeological work throughout the Pineland Site Complex.
Using a surveying transit-level, we measured the elevations of the surface all along
the edge of the excavation, and set in survey pins at regular intervals along the edges of
the undisturbed profiles to be documented. Once our string-lines with known elevations
were established along each of the profiles, our next task was to clean the profiles for better
visibility so that we could then document them. Because the profiles were not vertical, this
involved some cutting back of them. Using trowels, working from top to bottom, we cleared
the profiles of disturbed sediments, and pulled loose sediments away from the profile bases
in order to reveal the maximum vertical exposure of each profile (Figures 3 and 4). We took


Figure 3. Archaeologists Bill Marquardt (left) and Eugene Chapman work on east
profile.































Figure 4. Archaeologists Karen Walker (left) and Eugene Chapman work on east
profile.

both wide-angle photographs (e.g., Figure 5) of each of the exposed profiles and 2-meter-
wide close-ups of all profiles to document the stratification. The close-up images were later
stitched together by Sue Ellen Hunter to create composite images all of six profile segments
(see below).
Under the unfortunate circumstances of having no artifacts in context or anything
else associated with the destroyed area of Mound 4, we endeavored to plot each and every
artifact (and in some cases bone) that we encountered as we were cutting back the profiles.
In order to plot. number, and remove artifacts before drawings of the strata existed, we set up
the drawings on a large sheet of graph paper taped to a field drawing board, using the string-
lines for our measuring reference. Each encountered item was plotted immediately, given a
specimen number, and bagged so that work could continue. We included the word "Septic"
after "BCM4" (on the bags) to distinguish the 2007 work from John Dietler's 2006 BCM4
work associated with the nearby house foundations (Dietler 2007). The artifact plotting
worked well overall. However, later when the strata and features such as activity surfaces,
post molds. and pits were drawn, plotted object locations were sometimes located on a border
area and it was difficult to determine the stratum with which they were associated. In these
cases, the assigned stratum may read "Stratum 4 or 5," for example. Even so, few decorated
sherds or other artifacts diagnostic of time periods were found in situ, underscoring the great
loss of information about Mound 4.



























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Figure 5. Archaeologist Tom McIntosh holds a stadia rod in southwest corner of the
drainfield pit. Note the distinct layers of shell midden and darkly stained activity
surfaces and post molds revealed following troweling of the profiles. The new septic
tank can be seen on the right, near the ladder. The tank is located 3.15 meters west of
the west profile of the drainfield pit. The tank is 1.74 meters wide (north to south).

Standard descriptions of the distinct sediments were made, and Munsell soil colors
were noted. Unlike the artifacts, the sediment, radiocarbon, and shell samples were plotted
and collected after the drawing was completed. Samples of one or more shells were selected
for possible radiocarbon analysis from each stratum and given coded "RC" designations.
Five of these were sent to Beta Analytic for analysis (see below); four of these appear on
the east profile (south section) with filled triangles and one appears on the east profile (north
section) as specimen #43-C. Due to time limitations, sediment and shell samples were
collected by holding an open labeled bag (6-x-6-inch and 9-x-12-inch sizes, respectively)
up to the profile at the desired place representing the stratum and with a trowel loosening
the material so that it fell into the bag. Because of the density of shell in several of the strata
(e.g., 2 and 5), sediment samples from those strata may contain more shell than sand. The
origin of each sediment sample appears on the east profile (south section) as an "S" enclosed
in a square. Shell samples (east and south profiles) appear as "shell sample #1" and so on.
The shell samples cannot serve as excavated bulk faunal samples to be fine-screened because
they surely lost much small material, especially small bones of vertebrate animals, during
collection. But they can serve as samples of the molluscan assemblages representative of
food items collected by Mound 4's residents.






If human remains had been encountered during the profile documentation, these
would have been marked and left in place and the provisions of 872 FS would have been
followed. However, although many fish, mammal, reptile, and bird bones were observed and
identified, no human bones were found.
All artifacts, other specimens (e.g., animal bones), and samples obtained in the
course of this investigation belonged to the owners, but they offered to donate diagnostic and
provenienced items to the Florida Museum of Natural History. The Museum agreed to curate
these items in perpetuity, and a signed gift agreement was executed to record this gift. The
owners requested a representative sample of unprovenienced artifacts for display in the foyer
of their new home. We delivered these artifacts and some animal bone specimens, along with
interpretive information to accompany their display. A listing of these items is included in
Appendix A.


BCM4 PROJECT METHODS: LAB AND CURATION
Both BCM4 collections (2006, 2007) of artifacts and other specimens/samples
were cleaned (as needed) and cataloged at the RRC under the supervision of lab manager
Michael Wylde. In addition, the 2006 bulk samples were water-screened through stacked
1/4" and 1/ 16"-mesh screens. Accession numbers 2006-15 and 2007-10 were assigned to
the respective two collections. Catalogs for each collection appear in Appendix A of this
report; all but the smallest artifacts were labeled with their assigned catalog numbers. Non-
artifact specimens and samples also were assigned catalog numbers; these are included in the
appendix.
Both catalogs in Appendix A include artifact identifications made by Marquardt.
Pottery, shell, and bone artifacts were identified in gross categories and assigned types where
possible by Marquardt. Microscopic analysis was not used for the pottery so Sand-tempered
Plain and Pineland Plain pottery has been lumped together as Sand-tempered Plain (STP).
The shell and bone artifact typologies of Marquardt (1992) and Walker (1992), respectively,
were followed for identifications. Gifford Waters (Florida Museum historical archaeologist)
assisted in the identification of several historic-period artifacts.
Walker described the 2007 stratification in the field and in this report (below). Sue
Ellen Hunter (Florida Museum illustrator) transformed our original field drawings into the
profiles shown in this report. Walker identified the bone specimens listed in the catalogs,
using the Florida Museum's (Environmental Archaeology) comparative skeletal collection
as needed. In the stratigraphic descriptions, molluscan and fish common and scientific
names follow those standardized by the American Fisheries Society (Nelson et al. 2004;
Turgeon et al. 1998). Under Walker's supervision, UF Anthropology graduate student Jessica
Zimmer sorted, identified, and quantified two shell samples. This work followed standard
zooarchaeological procedures.
Both BCM4 collections (2006, 2007) are curated at the Florida Museum in the
Anthropology Division. The 2006 collection includes: field notes by Dietler; a set of
profile drawings on 8-x-l 1-inch graph sheets; digital photographs (on CD) and photo
log; a catalog, associated artifacts and other specimens; associated samples; a Friends of
the Randell Research Center newsletter (volume 7, no. 3), and a copy of Dietler's report
(2007). The constituents of the 2007 collection are: field notes by Marquardt and Walker,






one original, large graph sheet with all profile drawings on it, photographs (CD and a printed
set of the profiles), a catalog, associated artifacts and other specimens (some plotted, many
not), associated samples, and a copy of this report. Additionally there is much written
documentation about the 2007 project. All items in the collections are curated in archival
containers.


BCM4 SEPTIC-DRAINFIELD STRATIGRAPHY
For interpretive purposes, there are essentially four documented profiles associated
with the BCM4 septic-drainfield pit (Figure 6). They are the south (Figures 7 and 11),
west (Figures 8 and 12), north (Figures 9, 13, and 14), and east (Figures 10, 15, and 16)
profiles. The north and east profiles each have sections of them that are discontinuous
due to the "Utah" shape of the pit (see Figure 6). As a result, these profiles exhibit the
drawing labels "North Profile (West Section)," "North Profile (East Section)," "East Profile
(North Section)," and "East Profile (South Section)" and the labeling of their associated
provenienced specimens and samples follows.
During our 2007 fieldwork, the ground surface of the area surrounding the open
drainfield pit was minimal within the boundaries of the owner's property. Along the edge
of the pit on the south, north, and most dramatically the west were great piles of disrupted,
undocumented deposits of midden and activity surfaces (see figures 2, 3, and 5) that came
from the then open drainfield pit. To the east, two large exotic palm trees had recently been
placed into the ground (top of Figure 2) and the holes dug for them would have disrupted
the upper strata (at least 1, 2, 3, and 4). (We noted that numerous individuals of a species of
terrestrial snail, probably also exotic, were on the trunk of the tree. Several were collected for
the RRC's comparative shell collection.)
Stratum 1 is recorded in all profiles and is described as a variable gray sandy deposit
with fragments of shell, rock, modem debris, gumbo-limbo roots, and other disturbances. In
the east profile (south section), at least five irregularly spaced gouges can be seen along the
surface intruding through Stratum 1 and sometimes into Stratum 2 (Figure 16). These may
have been produced by the backhoe used to destroy the mound area. A dramatic exception to
the general Stratum 1 description is documented in the west profile (Figure 12). Between 4.5
m and 12.5 m along the profile, a much deeper area has been disturbed due to the installation
of a septic tank. Adjacent to this, moving north, is a deposit of modem gravel rock and a
plastic drain pipe. Covering this is disturbed fill that continues further and even deeper to the
north. At least three houses have stood on this privately owned lot since at least the mid-
twentieth century. Each has increased in size and correspondingly has resulted in increasingly
more damage to Mound 4, with the most recent construction resulting in the most extensive
destruction of all.
Stratum 2 is also recorded in all profiles and is described as a dense shell deposit with
light gray sand, animal bone, charred wood fragments, pottery sherds, and shell artifacts.
The shells were noted as being very clean and white with little to no tannin staining. Based
on field observation, the most abundant shell type appeared to be that of the lightning whelk
(Busycon sinistrum) and it was followed by pearwhelk (Busycotypus spiratus). Next in
abundance were true tulip (Fasciolaria tulipa), fighting conch (Strombus alatus), eastern
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Figure 12. Brown's Complex Mound 4, septic excavation:
composite photo of west profile.































'igure 13. Brown's Complex Mound 4, septic excavation:
composite photo of north profile, west section.


Figure 14. Brown's Complex Mound 4, septic excavation:
photo of north profile, east section.




























Figure 15. Brown's Complex Mound 4, septic excavations: photo
of east profile, north section.























Figure 16. Brown's Complex Mound 4,
septic excavation: composite photo of
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were banded tulip (Fasciolaria hunteria), horse conch (Pleuroploca gigantea), southern
quahog (Mercenaria campechiensis), bay scallop (Argopecten irradians), ribbed mussel
(Geukensia demissa), and surf clam (Spisula solidissima).
Shell sample #1 (2007-10-122), plotted on the east profile (south section) within 2a,
represents this Stratum 2 assemblage. Its '/"-screened portion was sorted and quantified
(Table 1). The results differ from the visual field observations in three ways. Although noted
in the field as present, the small fragments of ribbed mussel, when quantified, produced an
MNI count of nine. Thus, ribbed mussel shells are more abundant than observed. Although
horse conch was observed in the profiles, no shells of this type appeared in sample #1. On
the other hand, a sunray venus clam (Macrocallista nimbosa) shell appears in the sample but
none were observed in the profiles.
Had it not been for the south profile, Stratum 2 would have been interpreted by
us as a single episode of midden over the entire area of Mound 4. Indeed, the above shell
composition characterizes Stratum 2 in all profiles. The south profile (Figure 7) nonetheless
reveals a series of four midden episodes separated by four sandy activity-surface strata (strata
3a, 3b, 3c). It is for this reason that we divide Stratum 2 into 2a, 2b, 2c, and 2d with 2a being
the youngest deposit and 2d the oldest. The south profile clearly documents an eastward
progression of both midden and activity surface deposits.

Table 1. BCM4 Molluscan Assemblages Representing Caloosahatchee IV (Stratum 2a,
sample #1) and Caloosahatchee IV (Stratum 5c, sample #2) Middens.

Strat. Strat. Strat. Strat. Strat. Strat. Strat. Strat.
2a 2a 2a 2a 5c 5c 5c 5c
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Geukensia demissa 29 24.37 9 12.16 142 20.31 21 7.45
Argopectin irradians 2 1.68 1 1.35 1 0.14 1 0.35
Crassostrea virginica 21 17.65 6 8.11 19 2.72 6 2.13
Dinocardium robustum 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 0.14 1 0.35
Spisula solidissima 2 1.68 1 1.35 0 0.00 0 0.00
Macrocallista nimbosa 1 0.84 1 1.35 0 0.00 0 0.00
Mercenaria 1 0.84 1 1.35 0 0.00 0 0.00
campechiensis
Strombus alatus 4 3.36 4 5.41 0 0.00 0 0.00
Neverita duplicate 0 0.00 0 0.00 3 0.43 2 0.71
Busycon sinistrum 32 26.89 28 37.84 315 45.06 133 47.16
Melongena corona 5 4.20 4 5.41 87 12.45 45 15.96
Busycotypus spiratus 13 10.92 11 14.86 87 12.45 47 16.67
Fasciolaria lilium 2 1.68 2 2.70 31 4.43 15 5.32
Fasciolaria tulipa 7 5.88 6 8.11 2 0.29 2 0.71
Fasciolaria sp. 0 0.00 0 0.00 11 1.57 9 3.19
Total 119 100.00 74 100.00 699 100.00 282 100.00






Fifteen artifacts and four bones were found in situ in Stratum 2 and plotted on the
profile drawings. Most are from 2a. These include 11 Sand-tempered Plain pottery sherds
and one Belle Glade Plain sherd. Three lightning whelk hammers (Figure 17), type C variety
(specimens 58-S, 59-S and 60-S [2007-10-58, 59, 60]), were plotted, all in 2a of the east
profile (south section). The four bones are mouthplates, found together and in articulation,
from a spotted eagle ray (Aetobatus narinari). One sediment sample comes from 2a.
Stratum 2a's RC-S (radiocarbon-shell) specimen (east profile south section) is a large
horse conch columella that was sent to Beta Analytic for standard radiocarbon analysis (Beta-
239146). Only a portion of it was used; the remainder was returned and is curated (2007-10-
104) with the collection. A date of A.D. 1400-1460 resulted from the analysis (radiocarbon
dating results are given in Table 2). Although we have no in situ decorated pottery to help
date Stratum 2a, this radiocarbon date along with the other similarities between M4 and M2
as noted above, make us comfortable assigning a Caloosahatchee IV age to Stratum 2a.
Strata 3 and 4, sometimes indistinguishable from each other, other times distinct,
both contrasted in form, color, and content with the overlying shell of Stratum 2 and the
underlying shell of Stratum 5. Both 3 and 4 document activity surfaces (associated with
structures of some kind), are darker in color, and contain more sand and less shell than 2 and
5. Stratum 3 is described as a medium dark gray sandy sediment with much less shell, animal
bone, charred wood, and artifacts. The shell taxa composition is similar to that of Stratum 2
and as far as was visible during field observation, the relative abundances of the molluscan
taxa also are similar. One shell specimen of Carolina marsh clam (Polymesoda carolina), a
rare occurrence at Pineland, was noted.
A radiocarbon date ofA.D. 1210-1270 was obtained on charred pine wood (plotted
specimen #43, identification by Florida Museum archaeobotanist Donna Ruhl) from Stratum
3, placing it in the Caloosahatchee III period. Based on elevation, it is likely that the east
profile's Stratum 3 is coeval with the south profile's Stratum 3c. In the south profile strata
3a, 2b, 3b, and 2c could be either Caloosahatchee III or IV in age. Stratum 2a is clearly IV in
age, coeval with Stratum 2 in the east profile.
Underlying Stratum 3, Stratum 4 is a light gray sandy sediment but otherwise
appeared in content to have the same materials as Stratum 3. Associated with both strata 3
and 4 are numerous postmolds. When their origins could be determined, these features aided
in the separation of strata 3 and 4. We can say nothing about postmold spatial patterning (and
therefore the position, size, or shape of the multiple Calusa buildings that once stood here)
for the obvious reason that the entire area between the profiles was destroyed and therefore
nothing was documented there. In the profile drawings, we used a dashed line where the two
layers blurred together. As with Stratum 2, the south profile records a series of Stratum 3
deposits progressing to the east and for this reason we labeled them 3a, 3b, and 3c, youngest
to oldest. It is unclear which of these continues around into the east profile (south section)
and so we have labeled the stratum in the southeast corner and in the east and north profiles
as simply 3 with no letter. However, toward the southwest corner in the south profile, 3b is
clearly distinct and has been truncated horizontally (Figure 7). Remnants of Stratum 3b are
detected around the corer in the southwest area of the west profile. We believe that Stratum
3c is separated from 4 by 2d as shown in the south profile and then continues around the west
profile, although it has been greatly damaged by modern disturbance. It pinches out in the
north profile, west section (Figure 9).







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Table 2. Radiocarbon Dates, Brown's Complex Mound 4, Septic Drainfield Salvage,
2007. Plotted Origin of Each Dated Specimen is Indicated on East Profile.
Context Calibrated date Calibrated date Period Lab
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BCM4-septic, Stratum 2a A.D. 1400-1460 A.D. 1320-1500 Cal. IV Beta-239146
BCM4-septic, Stratum 3 A.D. 1210-1270 A.D. 1160-1290 Cal. III Beta-248360
BCM4-septic, Stratum 4 A.D. 800-980 A.D. 720-1030 Cal. IIB Beta-239147
BCM4-septic, Stratum Sc A.D. 670-790 A.D. 620-890 Cal. IIA Beta-239148
BCM4-septic, Stratum 8 A.D. 960-1050* A.D. 890-1130* Beta-239149
Date appears to be too late for stratigraphic context.

Ten pottery sherds, eight Sand-tempered Plain sherds, two Belle Glade Plain sherds,
one large perforated lightning whelk shell (Figure 18), one perforated ponderous ark (Noetia
ponderosa) shell, one lightning whelk columella sinker (Figure 19, right), two bone (cf.
Odocoileus virginlanus) pin/point midsection fragments, two bags of charred wood (one is
#43, 20 gm of which was sent for radiocarbon analysis), two shell specimens for radiocarbon
dating (RC-S#1, RC-S#2), and one sediment sample comprise the plotted items from Stratum
3.
Stratum 4 is recorded in all profiles and considering its relatively level elevation (it
slopes slightly to the east), we believe it represents a large activity surface associated with
one or more structures of some kind. It may well have covered the entire space of Mound
4 and more. Plotted items include at least 13 Sand-tempered Plain sherds, 3 Belle Glade
Plain sherds, one lightning whelk dipper/vessel (Figure 20), one queen conch adze/celt
fragment (Figure 21), one lightning whelk adze/celt blank (but see Stratum 5c below), nine
perforated giant cockle (Dinocardium robustum) shells (Figure 22), two fragments of a deer
cervical vertebra, four sea turtle (Chelonidae) bones, and one sediment sample. Sample RC-S
from Stratum 4 consisted of multiple small lightning whelk shells; these were sent to Beta
Analytic for standard radiocarbon analysis (Beta-239147). An unused portion (2007-10-
107) was returned and is curated. The resulting date is A.D. 800-980 (Table 2), indicating a
Caloosahatchee IIB occupation.
Strata 5, 6, and 7 are quite different from 2, 3, and 4. First, it is most clearly
documented in the south profile that while strata 2 and 3 present a sequence of habitation
that prograded toward the east or landward, strata 5, 6, and 7 present an earlier sequence
of habitation that prograded toward the west or seaward (figures 7 and 11). Second, the
midden assemblages (of animal remains) of the Stratum 2 series and the Stratum 5 series
differ in their observed relative abundances of shell species and bone. The Stratum 5 series
(Sa, 5b, Sc) is characterized as a very dense deposit of shells with sparse light gray sand,
charred wood, artifacts, and a low abundance of animal bone. The most abundant shell
types observed were lightning whelk, pearwhelk, and crown conch. Far less abundant were
eastern oyster, bay scallop, and ribbed mussel. Several shells of southern quahog clam and
banded tulip were also noted. There was a single occurrence of a shark eye shell (Neverita
dhplicata).
Shell sample #2 (2007-10-123), plotted on the east profile (south section) in Stratum
Sc, represents this Caloosahatchee IV molluscan assemblage. Its '"-screened portion was






















































Figure 18. Large perforated lightning whelk shell (2007-10-13; Stratum 3, #13), 27.3 cm.
long (drawing by Sue Ellen Hunter).
19






sorted and quantified (Table 1). Again, the
quantified ribbed mussel proved to be more
substantial (21 individuals; 7.5 percent)
than visual field observation had indicated.
Otherwise, field observation was closely
confirmed by the quantification of Sample
#2. A total of 282 individual molluscs
are represented in the Stratum 5c sample
compared to 74 individuals represented in
the Stratum 2a sample. This is likely a result
of the difference in shell density between the
two strata, with Stratum 5c being the more
dense of the two. Although the same volume
Sof sample was collected from each stratum,
the Stratum 2a sample contained more sand
and other material whereas the Stratum
5c sample contained more shell. Another
interesting comparison of the two samples
can be made in terms of taxa composition.
Although both samples show that lightning
whelk (38 and 47 percent MNI) is the most
Figure 19. Horse conch columella sinker,
igre 19. Hore conch colmella sinker, abundant constituent and that pearwhelk (15
single grooved (2007-10-65), 8.3 cm. long,
single grooved (200 ), 8.3 long, and 17 percent) is the second most abundant,
and lightning whelk columella sinker,
and lightning welk coluella sinker, there are differences in the rankings after that.
single grooved (2007-10-65), 9.6 cm long .
single grooved (), 9.6 cm long Noticeably more abundant in Stratum 2a are
(drawings by Sue Ellen Hunter).
ribbed mussel, oyster, fighting conch, and true
tulip. Noticeably more abundant in Stratum 5c
are crown conch and banded tulip and noticeably absent is fighting conch. This chronological
variation in composition is a pattern that has been recorded elsewhere within the Pineland
complex.
Stratum 5a's only plotted artifact is a single Sand-tempered Plain sherd. A specimen
of quahog shell (RC-S#2) was collected as a dating possibility but not used. A shell sample
(#5) was collected and curated for future analysis. Plotted artifacts from Stratum 5b are
five Sand-tempered Plain sherds and three Belle Glade Plain sherds. One shell sample (#4)
was collected and is curated. All three Belle Glade sherds came from the north profile (west
section).
Fourteen Sand-tempered Plain sherds were plotted in Stratum 5c, many from the east
profile (south section). A shaped rectangular portion of a lightning whelk shell (Figure 23,
cat. no. 2007-10-76) was plotted in the north profile (west section). It is unclear, however,
whether it is associated with 5c or with a Stratum 4 post mold that intruded into the 5c
midden. This object could be interpreted to be either an adze/celt blank or a net-mesh gauge.
The long sides are not quite parallel and are not finely smoothed compared to most known
examples of the latter; these characteristics tend to support the adze/celt blank interpretation.
The object's length, on the other hand (longer than needed for an adze or celt), argues for
its being a gauge, or perhaps a gauge blank. Two specimens of modified bone were plotted























































Figure 20. Dipper/vessel (2007-10-44; Stratum 4, #44),
20.6 cm. long (drawing by Sue Ellen Hunter).






in 5c. One is an unidentified broken
object; it is a worked proximal portion
of a right metatarsal bone of a white-
tailed deer. The other is a portion of a
/ raccoon (Procyon lotor) tibia exhibiting
cut marks. Two concentrations of charred
wood were plotted and bagged. One
sediment sample and one shell (#2)
sample from 5c are plotted and curated.
(Results for shell sample #2 are reported
above.) Sample RC-S#1, a quahog shell,
was sent for analysis (Beta-239148)
Resulting in an A.D. 670-790 date (Table
2).
The Stratum 6 series (6a, 6b, 6c)
separates Stratum 5 into several episodes
of midden deposit; it is characterized as
a light gray sandy deposit with much less
shell, sparse animal bone, artifacts, etc.
No post molds can be seen associated
Figure 21. Queen conch adze fragment with 6a, 6b, or 6c, not surprising because
(2007-10-71; Stratum 4, #71), 9.7 cm. long in each case the strata slope to the west
(drawing by Sue Ellen Hunter). The strata nonetheless appear to be
activity surfaces. If one closely examines
the north profile (west and east sections,
Figure 9) and east profile, north section (Figure 10), a matching set of the strata 5 and 6 series
can be detected, again documenting the westward progradation.
Stratum 6 artifacts are one Belle Glade Plain sherd from 6a and three Sand-tempered
Plain sherds from 6b. Artifacts from 6c are one Sand-tempered Plain sherd, one Belle Glade
Plain sherd, and one elongated pebble of unidentified fossil bone. One sediment sample and
a sample of lightning whelk shells (RC-S) for possible dating were collected from the east
profile (south section). The RC-S shell sample was not dated and is curated for future use.
Because Stratum 7's shell density and content are the same as that of the Stratum 5
series, it might have been given a 5d assignment except that it contained much more animal
bone, primarily fish bone. Plotted items are 11 Sand-tempered Plain sherds, two possible
Belle Glade Plain sherds, one deer thoracic vertebra, one proximal fragment of a raccoon
ulna, one sample (RC-S) of lightning whelk shells for possible radiocarbon dating, one
sediment sample, and one shell sample (#3).
Stratum 8 is different in appearance from all other strata. It is a black sandy deposit
with crushed shell and abundant bone (primarily fish bone). Shell types and their relative
abundances are similar to strata 5 through 7 except that ribbed mussel is abundant and pen
shell (Atrina sp.) is present. The stratum appears below Stratum 7 all along the east profile.
Some brief troweling at several spots revealed that the stratum is at least 10 cm thick. Two
plotted artifacts are Sand-tempered Plain sherds. One of these (2007-10-63) is a rim sherd
with minute parallel tracks on the lip. One sediment sample and one radiocarbon sample






of lightning whelk shells (RC-S) were
collected. The latter was sent for analysis
with a resulting date of A.D. 960-1050
(Table 2, Beta-239149). We believe this
date to be too late based on the elevation
of the deposit, the radiocarbon date from
Stratum 5c, and the faunal assemblage.
We were unable to investigate
the deposits that lay below Stratum 8 in
any manner. But if this area of Mound 4
is comparable to the area near Mound 2
where our Operation C excavations (1988-
1992) were located (and we believe it
likely to be), then deposits should extend
downward at least another 17 levels (or
1.7 m) from levels 86 to 102.
To summarize, Strata 2a, 2b, 2c,
and 2d are midden deposits. Stratum
2a dates to the Caloosahatchee IV
period while 2b, 2c, and 2d may be of
Figure 22. Perforated cockle (2007-10-87; similar age or one or more may date to
Stratum 4, #87), 9.9 cm. long (drawing by Caloosahatchee III. Strata 3, 3a, 3b, and
Sue Ellen Hunter). 3c represent activity surfaces perhaps
all associated with structures and date to
the Caloosahatchee III period. Stratum 4, also an activity surface, clearly associated with
structural features, is Caloosahatchee IIB in age. Strata 5a, 5b, 5c, and 7 are midden deposits
dating to the Caloosahatchee IIA-late period and 6a, 6b, and 6c are activity surfaces of
similar age. Stratum 8 is no doubt also of IIA age, in spite of its aberrant radiocarbon date.


UNPROVENIENCED ARTIFACTS AND BONE, 2007
Unprovenienced artifacts and bone specimens (2007-10-113) were collected mostly
from the bottom of the drainfield pit (see Figure 6 for location in relation to the house
construction). Several historic items, twentieth-century in age, were collected and are listed
in Appendix A. The prehistoric pottery assemblage includes 265 Sand-tempered Plain sherds
(234 body sherds, 31 rims), 73 Belle Glade Plain sherds (55 body sherds, 18 rims), two St.
John's Check Stamped sherds (one body, one rim), one Weeden Island Plain body sherd, and
one Dunn's Creek Red body sherd. A second group of pottery sherds (no catalog number)
was retained by current landowners, the Bundschus. These sherds are listed in Appendix A;
included in the group are examples of Surfside Incised, Fort Drum Incised, and St. Johns
Plain.
Unprovenienced shell artifacts (2007-10-113) include eight lightning whelk hammers,
one horse conch columella sinker, one quahog clam anvil, two sunray venus clam knife/
scrapers, one surf clam knife/scraper, and three perforated giant cockle shells. A second
group of shell artifacts (no catalog number) was retained by the owners. These are listed in






Appendix A and include whelk and horse
conch hammers, bivalve knife/scrapers,
perforated bivalves (ark and cockle), and a
quahog clam anvil/chopper.
A number ofunprovenienced bones
(2007-10-113), mostly fragmented, were
collected and are curated in the collection;
the general criterion for their collection was
large size (larger than fish bone) with the
intent to examine them closely to determine
whether or not any were human. This was
important because strata 5, 7, and 8 dated
to Caloosahatchee IIA and it has been
documented elsewhere that IIA people
sometimes buried their dead in shell middens.
Thirteen mammal bones were either securely
identified as white-tailed deer or as probable
deer. One of these was a worked (and burned)
metapodial fragment. One mammal bone
fragment, a shaft of a long bone, could not
Sbe identified (human, deer, and raccoon were
eliminated as possibilities). Eight bones were
Figure 23. Rectangular artifact, possibly identified as turtle carapace (one possibly
an adze/celt blank or a net-mesh gauge cut). One bone fragment, another shaft
(2007-10-76; Stratum 4/5c, #2), 3.6 cm. with ends missing, is from a medium-sized
wide (drawing by Sue Ellen Hunter). bird but otherwise could not be identified
(ducks and other similarly sized birds were
eliminated as possibilities, as were wading
birds). Last, one unusual bone fragment was burned and possibly cut and was not identified
(a human identification, however, was eliminated). A second group ofunprovenienced bone
specimens (no catalog number) was retained by the current owners. These specimens are also
listed in the catalog (Appendix A).


ADDITIONAL UNPROVENIENCED ARTIFACTS FROM DIETLER'S 2006 WORK
Time did not permit screening of any of the backdirt piles during the brief field
investigations undertaken by us in 2007. However, in 2006 a truckload of the backdirt from
the construction trenches was delivered to the RRC and dumped in the back yard of the RRC
offices at 7450 Pineland Road. Following Dietler's numbering system, this pile of dirt was
designated "Pile T." In 2007 and early 2008, RRC volunteers processed some of the sediment
from Pile T through /4-inch screens, looking for artifacts. The resulting items were given the
catalogue numbers 2006-15-98 through 2006-15-111 and are included in Appendix A of this
report.
Included among these /4-inch-screened materials are both prehistoric and historic
period materials, including two complete hafted bifaces (a heavily re-sharpened stemmed






biface and a Pinellas arrow point; Figure 24), six bone point/pin fragments (two of which
are engraved; Figure 25), a drilled shark tooth with an engraved base (Figure 25), a tiny
hemisphere made from a shell (cf. Sinum sp.; Figure 26), a small shell rectangle with a
perforation (Figure 26), a lightning whelk shell disk (Figure 27), a horse conch columella
single-grooved sinker (Figure 27), a small lump of red ocher, a Belle Glade incised sherd
reworked into a triangular shape, almost 700 other pot sherds, a lightning whelk Type A
cutting-edged tool, two lightning whelk Type A hammers, five lightning whelk Type C
hammers, one lightning whelk Type D hammer, forty-two perforated ark shells, a faceted
clear glass bead (probably from the Cuban fishing period, late 1700s to early 1800s; Figure
26), various historic period ceramic sherds (including whitewares, porcelain, saltglazed
stoneware, and redwares), bottle glass and flat glass fragments, nails, tile fragments,
construction debris, modem plastic and metal debris, and a single human tooth.




DISCUSSION
This project had two main objectives:
(1) to determine whether or not human
remains were present and (2) to document
the sedimentation layers for comparison with
previous systematic work at the Pineland Site
Complex.
No human bones or burial pits
were found during the 2007 investigation
of the septic drainfield excavation. One
human tooth was found during screening
of the 2006 backdirt from Pile T, but this
was almost surely isolated and not from
an intact unmarked human burial because
additional human bones would have been
noticed by Dietler in 2006 had that been the
case. Additionally, it is doubtful that Pile T
included Caloosahatchee IIA materials (recall
that IIA people sometimes buried their dead
in middens).
Stratigraphic documentation and
radiocarbon dating indicate that the area
destroyed by the 2007 septic excavation
o in 2 contained undisturbed evidence of intensive
habitation during the Caloosahatchee IIA,
0 cm 5 IIB, III, and IV periods (A.D. 500-1500). The
evidence is in the form of both accumulated
Figure 24. Hafted bifaces (2006-15-98 and midden deposits and activity surfaces/floors
-99). associated with numerous post molds.































figure zs. rertoraten snarK toot witn engraved Dase (LUUo-13-1UL), aistal ena or a
bone point (-101), two fragments of engraved bone pins (-100, -101), and a fragment of a
peg-topped bone pin (-100).
Although no artifacts specifically
known to date to the sixteenth
and seventeenth centuries were
found, occupation during this time
cannot be ruled out. Historical
artifacts indicate occupation
of the immediate area during

centuries, and possibly as early as
the late eighteenth century Cuban
fishery period.
O in 2 Radiocarbon assays
indicate a Caloosahatchee IV date
for Stratum 2a, which lies above
all of the Stratum 3 deposits. In
0 Cm 5 Stratum 2a, shell composition
along with the occurrence
Figure 26. Shell rectangle with perforation (2006-15- of small whelk hammers in
109), shell hemisphere (-104), and faceted clear glass a dense shell midden at this
bead (-108).







particular elevation reminds us of the
Caloosahatchee IV midden in nearby
BCM2 (Walker and Marquardt 2008),
where a similar molluscan assemblage
and a concentration of hammers also
occur.
Stratum 3 dates to
Caloosahatchee III, Stratum 4 dates to
Caloosahatchee IIB, and Stratum 5 to
Caloosahatchee IIA (Table 2). These
dates are consistent with the few
artifacts identified from the disturbed
sediments and the observed faunal
assemblages observed in the profiles.
Furthermore, the Stratum 3 activity
surface that dates to Caloosahatchee
III is at the same elevation as a very
similar Caloosahatchee III period
surface in Operation I of Brown's
Complex Mound 2, located to the
Sin 2 southeast of Brown's Complex Mound
4 (Walker and Marquardt 2008).
o cm s The Caloosahatchee IIB
radiocarbon date from Stratum 4
Figure 27. Lightning whelk shell disk (2006-15- caused us to re-examine Brown's
106), horse conch shell columella single-grooved Complex Mound 2 excavation I-4
sinker (-105). profiles to consider the possibility
of a IIB presence there as well. We
had previously interpreted IIB as
unrepresented there based on pottery. Indeed, Cordell's (2008) pottery analysis (by arbitrary
level) shows no decisive IIB assemblage. But the 1-4 profiles (especially the east one; Walker
and Marquardt 2008) reveal an activity floor subadjacent to the Stratum 19 activity floor that
was radiocarbon-dated to Caloosahatchee III (see especially Stratum 26 in the east profile).
The similarity between the Mound 4 and Mound 2 profiles suggests that a IIB deposit
(Stratum 26, etc.) may be present in Mound 2 after all. In Trench 10, which extended through
Brown's Complex Court 1, only the ephemeral Stratum 5 was tentatively hypothesized to
date to IIB, but this had not been certain. Stratum 4 in Trench 10, a dense shell midden dated
to IIA, is almost surely coeval with a very similar deposit in Mound 4 (Stratum 5, described
here).
The area of the drainfield excavation documented by us in 2007 was a little over 13
meters from the construction trenches studied by John Dietler in 2006. Comparison of the
drainfield excavation's south and west profiles (our Figures 7, 8, 11, and 12) with Dietler's
drawing of the south construction trench (his Figure 8) suggests continuity between our
Stratum 2c and his "Dense Shell" layer and between our Stratum 3c and his "Dark Sand 1"
layer. It is also possible that his "Dark Sand 2" is equivalent to our Stratum 4, although we






are less sure of this. At times, his "Dark Sand 1" and "Dark Sand 2" are not in contact, but
are separated by shell midden layers trending downward and to the west. This is similar to
the western stratification in the drainfield pit (see our Stratum 2d in the west profile).


CONCLUSIONS
In late September 2007, mechanical excavation of a septic drainfield pit destroyed
archaeological deposits in Brown's Complex Mound 4 of the Pineland Site Complex.
Because Caloosahatchee IIA (A.D. 500-800) shell midden was evident among the exposed
deposits, the possibility existed that human burials could be present. However, after careful
examination (cutting back and documentation) of the exposed profiles, no human bones or
burial pits were found.
The area disturbed by both the house construction (see Dietler 2007) and septic
drainfield excavation was intensively occupied during precolumbian times. Stratigraphic
analysis, radiocarbon dating, and artifact analysis establish that the area was occupied from
at least A.D. 650 through the twentieth century. Judging from our archaeological excavations
in nearby areas of the site complex, undisturbed deposits beneath the drainfield excavation
probably date to the early Caloosahatchee IIA period (A.D. 500-650).
The strata documented in the drainfield pit alternate between dense shell middens and
dark, sandy activity surfaces. During Caloosahatchee IIA, these appear to dip downward and
to the west, as if the area of main occupation were located nearby, but to the east (see Figure
7). In contrast, both the middens and the activity stratum of the Caloosahatchee IIB period
appear to be more horizontal, suggesting that significant activities took place in this area at
that time. Finally, deposits of the Caloosahatchee III and IV period are either horizontal or
dip downward toward the east, suggesting that occupation may have remained in this area
and expanded toward the east during the Caloosahatchee IV period.


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APPENDIX A

Catalog for Pineland BCM4 (Dietler 2007; FLMNH 2006-15) and BCM4-septic (this report; FLMNH 2007-10)

Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -1 Pile A ____No items
2006-15 -2 Pile B 4-3-06 B.s. probable Type A hammer, notch
area broken out; STP body sherds (2);
BGP body sherd (1)
2006-15 -3 Pile C 4-3 thru B.s. Type C hammer (1); N.p. perforated
4-5-06 bivalve (1); B.s. worked columella (1);
STP body sherds (2)
2006-15 -4 Pile D 4-2-06 M.c. anvil fragments (2); STP body
sherd (1)
2006-15 -5 Pile E 4-6-06 STP body sherds (4); St. Johns Plain grit tempered
body sherd (1); grit-tempered body sherd has grit,
sherd (1) bones, & shell
inclusions
2006-15 -5 Pile E 4-6-06 B.s. shell, perforated (non-artifact) (1);
N.p. perforated bivalve
2006-15 -6 Pile F 4-4-06 B.s. Type A hammer or c-e tool
fragment (outer whorl only) (1); P.g.
worked columella (1); N.p. perforated
bivalve (1); S.s. bivalve knife/scraper
(1)
2006-15 -6 Pile F 4-4-06 STP rim sherd (1); BGP rim sherd (1);
St. Johns Plain body sherd (1); STP
body sherds (9); glass fragment, green
(1)
2006-15 -6 Pile F 4-4-06 P.g., with perforation in body whorl Hole diam.=
below knobs (1) 37.0 mm
2006-15 -7 Pile G 4-2 thru B.s., with perforation below spire, Hole diams. =
4-6-06 and large area broken out below spire 106.5, 84.0
opposite aperture (1); B.s. Type C
hammer (1)
2006-15 -7 Pile G 4-2 thru STP body sherds (5); St. Johns Plain
4-6-06 __ body sherd (1); BGP body sherd (1)









Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -8 Pile H 4-3 thru STP body sherds (9); Weeden Island
4-6-06 Plain body sherd (1); St. Johns Plain
body sherd (1); BGP body sherds (7);
BGP rim sherd (1); St. Johns Check
Stamped rim sherd (1)
2006-15 -8 Pile H 4-3 thru B.s. worked shell, very robust (1); B.s. sinker is
4-6-06 columella sinker, single-grooved (1); museum-
N.p. perforated bivalve (1) exhibit quality
2006-15 -9 Pile I 4-4 thru B.s. shell, with perforation in body Hole diam.=
4-6-06 whorl below spire (1) 53.4mm
2006-15 -9 Pile I 4-4 thru STP body sherds (11); BGP body
4-6-06 sherds (15); St. Johns Plain body sherds
(3); BG Red body sherd (1); St. Johns
Check Stamped body sherd (1); STP
rim sherds (4); BGP rim sherds (4);
porcelain rim sherd (1)
2006-15 -9 Pile I 4-4 thru B.s. shell, with perforation in body Hole diam.=
4-6-06 whorl below spire (1) 76.2 mm
2006-15 -9 Pile I 4-4 thru B.s. Type A hammer or c-e tool
4-6-06 fragment (outer whorl only) (1); B.s.
hammer, indeterminate (1); M.c. anvil/
chopper (1); N.p. perforated bivalve (1);
deer-bone tool fragment (1)
2006-15 -9 Pile I 4-4 thru B.s. shell with perforation in body whorl Hole diam. =
4-6-06 below spire (1) 56.5 mm
2006-15 -10 Pile J 4-8-06 STP body sherds (4); STP rim sherd Hole diam. =
(1); BGP body sherd (1); green glass 23.3 mm
fragments (2); D.r. perforated bivalve
(1)
2006-15 -11 Pile K 4-4 thru B.s. notched gastropod shell handle (1);
4-6-06 M.c. anvil fragment (1); B.s. cutting-
edged tool fragment; P.g. worked
columella (1)








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -11 Pile K 4-4 thru STP body sherds (5); BGP body
4-6-06 sherds (2); BGP rim sherd (1); piece of
sandstone (1); bone pin/point fragment
(midsection) (1); turtle bone (1)
2006-15 -12 Pile L 4-6, 4-7-06 sandstone sharpening stone (1)
2006-15 -12 Pile L 4-6, 4-7-06 St. Johns Plain body sherd (1); BGP rim
sherd (1)
2006-15 -12 Pile L 4-6, 4-7-06 B.s. shell, with perforation in body
whorl below spire (1); B.s. Type B
hammer (1); B.s. Type D hammer (1);
B.s. Type A hammer (1)
2006-15 -13 Pile M No items?
2006-15 -14 Pile N 4-4 thru B.s. shell, with perforation in body Hole
4-6-06 whorl below spire (1) diam=72.4mm
2006-15 -14 Pile N 4-4 thru B.s. hammer, indeter. (1); also non-
4-6-06 artifacts: M.n. shell (1); S.s. shell (1);
M.c. shell frag. (1)
2006-15 -14 Pile N 4-4 thru STP body sherds (10); BGP body sherds
4-6-06 (3); St. Johns Check Stamped body
sherds (2); Papys Bayou Punctated
rim sherd (1); Papys bayou incised rim
sherd (1)
2006-15 -14 Pile N 4-4 thru sandstone, worked into rectangular
4-6-06 form, broken (1); sandstone, unworked
(1)
2006-15 -15 Pile O 4-6-06 M.c. anvil fragment (1); B.s. worked
columella (1)
2006-15 -15 Pile O 4-6-06 STP body sherds (2); BGP body sherds
(2); BGP sherd (1)
2006-15 -15 Pile O 4-6-06 ___deer bone fragment (1)
2006-15 -16 Pile P 4-6-06 ____STP body sherd (1); BGP body sherd (1)
2006-15 -16 Pile P 4-6-06 B.s. shell with perforation in body whorl B.s. hole
below spire (1); N.p. perforated bivalve diam.=53.9mm
(1)








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -17 Pile S 4-9-06 B.s. shell with large portion of body Hole diam.=
whorl removed below spire (1) 83mm
2006-15 -17 Pile S 4-9-06 STP body sherds (3)
2006-15 -18 Pit 1 4-6-06 dark glass fragment (1)
2006-15 -18 Pit 1 4-6-06 STP body sherds (5); STP rim sherds (4)
2006-15 -18 Pit 1 4-6-06 Fish vertebra (1)
2006-15 -18 Pit 1 4-6-06 N.p. shell fragment (1)
2006-15 -19 Pit I to E. 4-3-06 STP body sherds (4); STP rim sherd (1);
trench BGP body sherd (1)
2006-15 -19 Pit 1 to E. 4-3-06 M.c. anvil (1); N.p. perforated bivalves
trench (2)
2006-15 -19 Pit 1 to E. 4-3-06 Fish vertebra (1)
trench
2006-15 -20 Pit 2 4-2, 4-3-06 Mammal bone (1)
2006-15 -20 Pit 2 4-2, 4-3-06 N.p. perforated bivalve (3); B.s.
hammer, indeter.
2006-15 -20 Pit 2 4-2, 4-3-06 STP body sherds (11); STP rim sherds
(2); BGP body sherds (5); BGP rim
sherd (1); BGP body sherds (5);
BGP rim sherd (1); BGP body sherd,
perforated; St. Johns Plain body sherd
(1)
2006-15 -21 Pit 2 W. 4-2-06 BGP body sherds (2); BGP rim sherd (1)
profile
2006-15 -22 Pit 2 W. I 4-4-06 St. Johns Check Stamped body sherd (1)
profile
2006-15 -22 Pit 2 W. I 4-4-06 N.p. perforated bivalves (3)
profile
2006-15 -22 Pit 2 W. I 4-4-06 STP body sherds (3); STP rim sherd (1);
profile Weeden Island Plain (1)
2006-15 -23 Pit 2 W. II 4-8-06 B.s. fragment, outer whorl (1)
profile
2006-15 -23 Pit 2 W. II 4-8-06 Little Manatee Zoned Stamped rim
profile sherd (1)









Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -24a Pit 2, W. III 4-4-06 Charred wood, fragments
profile
2006-15 -24a Pit 2, W. III 4-4-06 Bones, fragmentary (9)
profile
2006-15 -24b Pit 2, W. IV 4-4-06 C14 sample M.c. chopper fragment (1)
profile
2006-15 -25 Pit 2, W. V 4-2-06 bones, fragmentary (4)
profile
2006-15 -26 Pit 2, W. VII 4-2-06 B.s. fragment outer whorl (1); P.g.
profile worked columella (1)
2006-15 -26 Pit 2, W. VII 4-2-06 B.s. net mesh gauge (1)
profile
2006-15 -27 Pit 2 to N 4-3-06 BG Red body sherd (1)
trench
2006-15 -27 Pit 2 to N 4-3-06 B.s. cutting-edged tool, indeter. (1); N.p.
trench perforated bivalve (1)
2006-15 -27 Pit 2 to N 4-3-06 bone point/pin midsection fragments
trench (2), bone point/pin proximal end
fragment (1)
2006-15 -28 Pit 3 4-3, 4-6 B.s. Type F hammer, broken at top (1);
thru 4-8-06 N.p. perforated bivalve (1)
2006-15 -28 Pit 3 4-3, 4-6 STP body sherds (14); STP rim sherd
thru 4-8-06 (2); Little Manatee Zoned Stamped
body sherd (1); BGP body sherds (4);
BGP rim sherds (2)
2006-15 -29 Pit 3, N. 4-6-06 B.s. Type F hammer (1)
profile, at
0.75 E
2006-15 -30 Pit 3, E. 4-6-06 STP body sherd (1)
profile at
.26 m
2006-15 -31 Pit 3, E. 4-6-06 STP body sherd (1)
profile at 1.83
m








Ace. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -32 Pit 4 4-2-06 STP body sherds (6); STP rim sherd (1);
BGP body sherds (6)
2006-15 -32 Pit 4 4-2-06 Mammal bone, worked (1)
2006-15 -32 Pit 4 4-2-06 B.s. Type C hammer
2006-15 -33 Pit 5 4-5-06 STP body sherds (2)
2006-15 -33 Pit 5 4-5-06 B.s. dipper/vessel (1)
2006-15 -34 Pit 6 4-5-06 BGP body sherds (5); BGP rim sherd
(1); Dunn's Creek Red body sherd (1)
2006-15 -35 Pit 8 4-4-06 B.s. Type H cutting-edged tool (1)
2006-15 -36 Pit 9 4-3-06 B.s. cutting-edged tool fragment (1)
2006-15 -36 Pit 9 4-3-06 St. Johns Plain body sherd, large (1)
2006-15 -37 Pit 10 4-8-06 bone fragments
2006-15 -37 Pit 10 4-8-06 bone fragments
2006-15 -37 Pit 10 4-8-06 bone fragments, mostly mammal
2006-15 -37 Pit 10 4-8-06 M.n. bivalve knife/scraper (1); B.s.
worked columella (2)
2006-15 -37 Pit 10 4-8-06 hematite (?) chunk (1)
2006-15 -37 Pit 10 4-8-06 BGP rim sherds (5); BGP body sherds
(4); St. Johns Plain (?) body sherd (1);
STP rim sherd (1); STP body sherds (4);
Tucker Ridge-pinched body sherd (1)
2006-15 -37 Pit 10 4-8-06 B.s. Type C hammer (1); B.s. worked
shell (2)
2006-15 -38 Pit 11 4-4 thru Sandstone rocks (2)
4-7-06
2006-15 -38 Pit 11 4-4 thru bone (1)
4-7-06
2006-15 -38 Pit 11 4-4 thru charcoal fragments
4-7-06
2006-15 -38 Pit 11 4-4 thru STP body sherd, large (1); STP rim
4-7-06 sherd (1); probably same vessel
2006-15 -38 Pit 11 4-4 thru STP body sherds (12); STP rim sherds
4-7-06 (3); UID incised rim sherd with ticked
lip (1)








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -39 Pit 12 4-4 thru B.s. Type B cutting-edged tool (1); B.s.
4-6-06 worked (1)
2006-15 -40 Pit 13 4-7-06 B.s. Type A hammer (1)
2006-15 -40 Pit 13 4-7-06 N.p. perforated bivalves (2); B.s. Hole diam. =
hammer fragment (1); B.s. worked shell 25.6mm
(1); B.s. shell with perforation on outer
whorl below spire (1)
2006-15 -41 Pit 14 4-9-06 B.s. shell with perforation on outer Hole diam. =
whorl below spire; additional part of 83.4mm
whorl also missing (1)
2006-15 -41 Pit 14 4-9-06 B.s. shell with perforation on outer Hole diam. =
whorl below spire; additional part of 70.9mm
whorl also missing (1)
2006-15 -41 Pit 14 4-9-06 STP body sherds (7); BGP rim sherds
(2); BGP body sherd (1)
2006-15 -42 Pit 16 4-4-06 STP body sherd (1); BGP rim sherd (1)
2006-15 -42 Pit 16 4-4-06 P.g. shell with perforation on outer Hole diam. =
whorl below knobs (1); diam. of 72.8mm
perforation = 72.6
2006-15 -42 Pit 16 4-4-06 B.s. Type I hammer (1)
2006-15 -43 North Trench 4-8, 9-06 B.s. cutting-edged tool (1)
2006-15 -43 North Trench 4-8, 9-06 M.c. unworked (1)
2006-15 -43 North Trench 4-8, 9-06 STP body sherds (25); STP rim sherds
(56; Safety Harbor Incised rim (1)
2006-15 -43 North Trench 4-8, 9-06 B.s. shell w/perforation in outer whorl Hole diam. =
(1); B.s. Type A hammer (2); B.s. Type 66.9mm
C hammer (1); B.s. columella hammer
(1); B.s. cutting-edged tool, indeterm.
(1); N.p. perforated bivalve
2006-15 -43 North Trench 4-8, 9-06 B.s. Type A hammer; M.c. unworked (1)
2006-15 -43 North Trench 4-8, 9-06 Osteichthys vertebra (1)
2006-15 -44 North Trench, 4-3-06 B.s. worked shell (2)
E. half
2006-15 -44 North Trench, 4-3-06 STP body sherd (1)
E. half _








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -44 North Trench, 4-3-06 A.f. vertebra (1)
E. half
2006-15 -45 North Trench, 4-7-06 B.s. Type A cutting-edged tool (1); O.s.
S. profile ______ _perforated gastropod (1)
2006-15 -46 N. Trench, 4-7-06 P.g. Type A hammer 91)
S. profile at
7.6 m
2006-15 -47 North Trench, 4-7-06 B.s. hammer, indeter. (1)
S. profile, 11-
12m_
2006-15 -47 North Trench, 4-7-06 STP body sherd (1) residue on
S. profile, 11- surface
12 m
2006-15 -48 North Trench VI 4-9-06 B.s. shell w/perforation in outer whorl Hole diam. =
S. wall ____(1) 71.4mm
2006-15 -49 North Trench, 4-7-06 Hammerstone (fossilized bone?) (1)
S. wall at
19.0 m
2006-15 -49 North Trench, 4-7-06 STP body (3); BGP body sherd (1)
S. wall at
19.0 m
2006-15 -50 East Trench 4-4-06 STP body sherds (9); BGP body sherds
(6);St. Johns Plain body sherds (2);
Weeden Island Plain body sherd (1)
2006-15 -50 East Trench 4-4-06 STP rim sherds (5); BGP rim sherds (2);
Pinellas Plain rim sherd (1)
2006-15 -50 East Trench 4-4-06 O.v. astragalus (1)
2006-15 -50 East Trench 4-4-06 Flat glass (1)
2006-15 -50 East Trench 4-4-06 B.s. cutting-edged tool, indeter. (1); B.s.
worked shell (1); P.g. Type C hammer;
M.c. worked shell? (1); N.p. perforated
bivalve shells (3); A.t. (transverse ark)
perforated bivalve shell
2006-15 -51 East Trench, 4-3-06 STP body sherd (6); BGP body sherd (1)
S. half








Ace. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -51 East Trench, 4-3-06 P.g. shell w/perforation in outer whorl Hole diam.=
S. half 52.1mm
2006-15 -51 East Trench, 4-3-06 B.s. Type A hammer (1); B.s. worked
S. half shell (1)
2006-15 -51 East Trench, 4-3-06 Worked sandstone (1)
S. half
2006-15 -52 East Trench, 4-3-06 M.c. anvil (1); M.c. tool, indeter.
N. half (spokeshave?) (1)
2006-15 -52 East Trench, 4-3-06 B.s. shell w/perforation in outer whorl Hole diam.=
N. half (1) 55.6mm
2006-15 -52 East Trench, 4-3-06 B.s. hammer, indeter. (1); B.s. worked
N. half shell (3)
2006-15 -52 East Trench, 4-3-06 STP body sherds (1); BGP body sherds
N. half (4); BGP rim sherds (2)
2006-15 -53 Mid-East 4-6-06 STP body sherds (5); BGP body sherds
Trench (1)
2006-15 -53 Mid-East 4-6-06 Mammal long bone fragment (1)
Trench
2006-15 -54 Mid-East 4-6-06 P.g. worked columella (1)
Trench, W.
prof. 8.4 m
2006-15 -55 Mid-East Tr., 4-6-06 STP body sherds (9); BGP body sherds
W. prof. 9.25- (2)
9.75m
2006-15 -56 Mideast 4-6-06 BG Red body sherd (1)
Trench, E.
profile
-56 Mideast 4-6-06 O.v. antler fragments (1 bag); 1
Trench, E. Anatidae coracoid
profile
2006-15 -57 Cross Trench 4-4-06 STP body sherd (1); BGP body sherd (1)
N.
2006-15 -57 Cross Trench 4-4-06 N.p. perforated bivalve shell (1)
N.








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -58 Cross Trench 4-4-06 B.s. Type A cutting-edged tool (1); B.s.
S. Spoil Pile Type F hammer (1)
D/E
2006-15 -59 Pit 1 Pit 2 4-3-06 STP body sherds (3)
Trench
2006-15 -59 Pit 1 Pit 2 4-3-06 B.s. hammer, indeter.; B.s. worked shell
Trench (2)
2006-15 -60 South Trench 4-4-06 STP rim sherds (3); STP body sherd (1);
BGP rim sherds (4)
2006-15 -60 South Trench 4-4-06 O.v. metapodial pin/point frag (1)
2006-15 -60 South Trench 4-4-06 Sandstone, sharpening stone (1)
2006-15 -60 South Trench 4-4-06 O.v. long bone frags. (3); Osteichthyes
operculum (1)
2006-15 -60 South Trench 4-4-06 Bottle glass, green body sherd (1); hand-
painted whiteware body sherd (1)
2006-15 -60 South Trench 4-4-06 STP body sherds (17); STP rim sherd
(1); BGP body sherds (20); BGP rim
sherd (1); Glades Red body sherd (1);
Weeden Island Plain body sherd (1)
2006-15 -60 South Trench 4-4-06 B.s. shell w/perforation in outer whorl Hole diameters
(2) = 70.5mm
50.3mm
2006-15 -60 South Trench 4-4-06 B.s. worked shell (2); M.c. shell frags.;
N.p. perforated bivalve shells (6)
2006-15 -61 South Trench, 4-3-06 B.s. Type A hammer (1)
N. wall at
llm
2006-15 -62 South Trench, 4-4, 4-9-06 B.s. Type C hammer (1)
N. profile
2006-15 -63 South Trench, 4-5-06 BGP body sherd (1); BGP rim sherd (1)
N. profile at
1-3m
2006-15 -64 S. Tr. 4-5-06 St. Johns Plain rim sherd (1)
Between 9 &
SE corer








Ace. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -64 S. Tr. 4-5-06 Sandstone grinding stone (1)
Between 9 &
SE corer
2006-15 -65 South Trench, 4-5-06 STP body sherds (2); BGP body sherds
N. profile at (5)
4-5m
2006-15 -65 South Trench, 4-5-06 Mammal long bone fragments (2)
N. profile at
4-5m
2006-15 -65 South Trench, 4-5-06 N.p. perforated bivalve shell (1)
N. profile at
4-5m
2006-15 -66 South Trench, 4-5-06 St. Johns Check Stamped, body sherd
N. profile at (1)
8.9m
2006-15 -66 South Trench, 4-5-06 B.s. Type D hammer (1); B.s. Type F
N. profile at hammer (1); N.p. perforated bivalve
8.9m _____shell (1)
2006-15 -67 South Trench, 4-6-06 BGP body sherd (1)
S. profile
2006-15 -67 South Trench, 4-6-06 B.s. shell w/perforation in outer whorl; Hole diameters
S. profile P.g. Type F hammer; N.p. perforated = 69.2mm
bivalve shells (3)
2006-15 -68 South Trench, VII 4-6-06 O.v. bone point/pin shaft frag. (1)
N. profile
2006-15 -69 South Trench, 4-5-06 STP body sherds (2); STP rim sherd (5);
S. profile BGP body sherds (4); BGP rim sherds
(3)
2006-15 -69 South Trench, 4-5-06 Mammal bone, UID (1); Osteichthyes
S. profile ___(1)
2006-15 -70 West Trench 4-4,5-06 BGP body sherds (4); BGP rim sherds
(3); BG Red body sherds (2); St. Johns
Check Stamped body sherds (3)
2006-15 -70 West Trench 4-4,5-06 Historic redware body sherd, glazed
interior (1)









Ace. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -71 West Trench, 4-5-06 BGP body sherd (1)
SW comer
2006-15 -72 Far West 4-5-06 BGP rim sherd (1) Used as a
Trench burnishing tool
2006-15 -72 Far West 4-5-06 B.s. Type A hammer (1)
Trench
2006-15 -72 Far West 4-5-06 STP body sherds (2); BGP body sherd
Trench (1); BG Red body sherd (1)
2006-15 -72 Far West 4-5-06 M.c. anvil (1); B.s. Type C hammer (1);
Trench N.p. perforated bivalve shell (1)
2006-15 -73 SE corer 4-4-06 UID bone (1)
2006-15 -74 NW corer 4-5-06 B.s. Type A cutting-edged tool
2006-15 -75 Surface, 3-25-06 STP body sherds (8); STP rim sherd (1);
mapped 25- BGP rim sherds (1)
30m W
2006-15 -75 Surface, 3-25-06 N.p. perforated bivalve shell (1)
mapped 25-
30m W
2006-15 -75 Surface, 3-25-06 STP body sherds (2)
mapped 43m
W
2006-15 -75 Surface, 3-25-06 STP body sherds (2)
mapped 15-
20m W
2006-15 -75 Surface, 3-25-06 B.s. Type F hammer (1)
mapped 19W
15N
2006-15 -75 Surface, 3-25-06 B.s. Type F hammer (1)
mapped 33W
12N
2006-15 -75 Surface, 3-25-06 B.s. Type C hammer (1)
mapped 26W
4N








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -75 Surface, 3-25-06 B.s. Type A hammer (1)
mapped 30.5
W 4N
2006-15 -76 29m west, 3-25-06 B.s. worked shell (1)
0-5m north
2006-15 -76 29m west, 3-25-06 B.s. worked shell (1)
0-5m north
2006-15 -77 10.2m west, 3-25-06 B.s. shell w/perforation in outer whorl Hole diam. =
0.5m north 71.0mm
2006-15 -78 20-25m west 3-25-06 STP body sherds (2); STP rim sherd (1)
2006-15 -79 30-35m west 3-25-06 STP body sherds (4)
2006-15 -79 30-35m west 3-25-06 N.p. perforated bivalve shell (1)
2006-15 -80 31m west 3-25-06 B.s. Type C hammer (1)
5.5m north
2006-15 -81 31.6m west 3-25-06 B.s. Type A hammer (1)
0.5m north
2006-15 -82 general 3-15,4-2 STP body sherd (1); historic redware
("surface") thru 4-7-06 tile (4); historic glazed white tile (5);
historic redware flower pot (2); historic
redware pipe (4)
2006-15 -82 general 3-15, 4-2 STP body sherds (34); STP rim sherds
("surface") thru 4-7-06 (5); BGP body sherds (12); BGP rim
sherds (2)
2006-15 -82 general 3-15, 4-2 B.s. Type F hammers (3); N.p.
("surface") thru 4-7-06 perforated bivalve shells (3)
2006-15 -82 general 3-15, 4-2 Handpainted blue whiteware body sherd
("surface") thru 4-7-06 (1); yellow ware body sherd (1); white
tile frag. (1); amethyst bottle? Glass,
body frag. (1)
2006-15 -83 general 4-3-06 M.c. anvil (1)
("surface")
2006-15 -84 general 4-6-06 B.s. shell w/perforation in outer whorl Hole diam. =
("surface") (1); B.s. hammer indeter. (1) 60.2mm
2006-15 -85 general 3-25-06 BGP body sherds (3)
("surface")








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -85 general 3-25-06 B.s. hammer/cutting-edged tool frag. (1)
("surface")
2006-15 -86 general 3-15-06 B.s. Type A cutting-edged tool (1);
("surface") B.s. Type C hammer (3); B.s. hammer
indeter. (2)
2006-15 -86 general 3-15-06 B.s. hammer/cutting-edged tool
("surface") fragment (1); B.s. Type A hammer (2)
2006-15 -87 South Trench, V 4-8-06 C14 sample B.s. nearly complete large shell (1)
N. profile
2006-15 -88 South Trench, III 4-8-06 C14 sample P.g. complete medium shell (1)
N. profile
2006-15 -89 South Trench, II 4-8-06 C14 sample B.s. nearly complete medium shell (1)
N. profile
-90 28m west 3m 3-25-06 B.s. hammer, unhafted (1); B.s. cutting-
north edged tool fragment
-90 28m west 3m 3-25-06 Sandstone rock (1)
north
2006-15 -91 South Trench, IV 4-8-06 C14 sample B.s. shell fragment (1); M.c. shell
N. profile fragment (1)
2006-15 -92 North Trench, VI 4-8-06 C14 sample B.s. complete large shell (1)
S. profile
2006-15 -93 North Trench IV 4-8-06 C14 sample B.s. complete medium shell (1)
S. profile
2006-15 -94 South Trench, VII 4-9-06 C14 sample B.s. columella fragment (1)
N. profile
2006-15 -95 North Trench, V 4-8-06 C14 sample B.s. shell fragment (1); M.c. shell
S. profile fragment (1)
2006-15 -96 Mideast ? 4-8-06 C14 sample B.s. complete medium shell (1)
Trench, W.
profile
2006-15 -97 Pit 10 4-3-06 Limestone grinding stone metatee form),
large, complete (1)
2006-15 -98 Pile T, Gill 3-28-07 1/4" Hafted biface cf. Archaic stemmed point
yard _(1)









Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -99 Pile T, Gill 3-28-07 1/4" Hafted biface Pinellas Point, quartzite
yard ____(1)
2006-15 -100 Pile T, Gill 2-?-07 1/4" Human incisor (1)
yard
-100 Pile T, Gill 2-?-07 1/4" Bone pin fragment, engraved (1);
yard bone pin fragment, peg-topped broken
(1); bone pin/point shaft frags. (2);
Osteichthyes spine, complete and with
cut marks (1)
2006-15 -101 Pile T, Gill 4-?-07 1/4" Bone pin shaft fragment, engraved (1);
yard bone point distal fragment (1)
2006-15 -102 Pile T, Gill 2-?-07 1/4" Drilled shark (UID) tooth w/engraved
yard base (1)
2006-15 -103 Pile T, Gill 4-?-07 1/4" Mammal bone fragment (1)
yard
2006-15 -104 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" worked gastropod shell, hemisphere, cf.
yard __ Sinum sp. (1)
2006-15 -105 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" P.g. columella sinker, single-grooved (1)
yard
2006-15 -106 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" B.s. shell disk (1)
yard
2006-15 -107 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" St. Johns Check Stamped body sherd
yard (1); Safety Harbor Incised body sherds
(2); Safety Harbor Incised rim sherds
(2); unidentified check stamped body
sherd (1); unidentified incised rim sherd,
Pinellas paste (1); earthenware vessel
fragment (1)
2006-15 -108 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" faceted clear glass bead, probably late
yard ___ ___18th-early 19th c. (1)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" red ocher, small fragment (1)
yard
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" shell artifact, small, thin, rectangular,
yard_______ perforated (1)








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No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" BG Red body sherds (2); Glades Tooled
yard rims (2); Pinellas Plain rim (1)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" STP body sherds (535); STP rim sherds
yard (69); BGP body sherds (56); BGP rim
sherds (15); miscellaneous very small
sherds, unclassified (1 bag)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" N.p. perforated bivalves (42)
yard
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" B.s. Type A cutting-edged tool; B.s.
yard Type A hammers (2); B.s. Type C
hammers (4); B.s. worked shells (3)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" B.s. Type D hammer (1); B.s. Type C
yard hammer (1); B.s. worked shell (1); P.g.
worked columellas (3)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4"
yard
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4"
yard
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Historic ceramics (whitewares,
yard porcelain, saltglazed stoneware,
redwares) (12)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Historic ceramics, tile (11)
yard
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Obsidian chunk, black and brown (1)
yard
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Bottle glass fragments, varied colors
yard (16)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Flat glass fragments (5)
yard
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Wire-cut nails (2); roofing nail (1); other
yard iron (5)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Brass object, unidentified (1); aluminum
yard pull tab (l)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Plastic objects, unidentified (2)
yard








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No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Metal/plastic shotgun shell casing (1);
yard small plastic bottle, "Cascade" label (1)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Misc. construction debris varying
yard material (22)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Plastic flat round object, button cover?
yard (1)
2006-15 -109 Pile T, Gill ?-?-07 1/4" Plant materials: coconut shell? (4); UID
yard items (2)
2006-15 -110 Pile T, Gill 5-15-06 1/4" Historic glazed ceramics: bowl/vase
yard base frag. (1); whiteware handle frag.
(1)
2006-15 -111 Pile T, Gill 5-?-06 1/4" Incised BG reworked sherd, possibly
yard pendant (1)
2006-15 -112 general 5-4-06 round stone
("surface")
2006-15 -113 N. Trench, S. III 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -113 N. Trench, S. III 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -113 N. Trench, S. III 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherds (2); Glades Tooled rim
profile Bulk sherd (1); N.p. perforated bivalves (2)
2006-15 -114 N. Trench, S. IV 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -114 N. Trench, S. IV 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -114 N. Trench, S. IV 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherd (1)
profile Bulk
2006-15 -115 N. Trench, S. V 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -115 N. Trench, S. V 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -115 N. Trench, S. V 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherds (7)
profile Bulk
2006-15 -116 S. Trench, N. II 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -116 S. Trench, N. II 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -116 S. Trench, N. II 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherds (8); STP rim sherd (1);
profile Bulk N.p. perforated bivalve (1)
2006-15 -116 S. Trench, N. II 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" shell artifact
profile Bulk
2006-15 -117 S. Trench, N. HI 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -117 S. Trench, N. III 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -117 S. Trench, N. III 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" BGP body sherd (1); BGP rim sherd (1)
profile Bulk
2006-15 -118 S. Trench, N. IV 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -118 S. Trench, N. IV 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -118 S. Trench, N. IV 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP rim sherd (1)
profile Bulk
2006-15 -119 S.Trench,N. V 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -119 S. Trench, N. V 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -119 S. Trench, N. V 4-6-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherd (1); BGP body sherds
profile Bulk (3)
2006-15 -120 E. Trench II 4-5-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
Bulk
2006-15 -120 E. Trench II 4-5-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
Bulk
2006-15 -120 E. Trench II 4-5-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherd (1); BGP body sherd (1)
Bulk
2006-15 -121 E. Trench VIII 4-5-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
Bulk
2006-15 -121 E. Trench VIII 4-5-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
Bulk








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No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2006-15 -121 E. Trench VIII 4-5-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherd (1)
Bulk
2006-15 -122 Pit 2, W. II 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -122 Pit 2, W. II 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -122 Pit 2, W. II 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherd (1), with possible
profile Bulk residue
2006-15 -123 Pit 2, W. III 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -123 Pit 2, W. III 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -123 Pit 2, W. III 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherds (3)
profile Bulk
2006-15 -124 Pit 2, W. prob'ly 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile IV Bulk
2006-15 -124 Pit 2, W. prob'ly 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile IV Bulk
2006-15 -124 Pit 2, W. prob'ly 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" bird bone bead (1)
profile IV Bulk
2006-15 -125 Pit 4 V 4-?-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
Bulk
2006-15 -125 Pit4 V 4-?-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
Bulk
2006-15 -125 Pit 4 V 4-?-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" STP body sherds (8)
Bulk
2006-15 -126 N. Trench, S. VI 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -126 N. Trench, S. VI 4-7-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile Bulk
2006-15 -127 Pit 2, W. prob'ly 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/4" unsorted
profile V Bulk
2006-15 -127 Pit 2, W. prob'ly 4-4-06 Zooarch. 5 liters 1/16" unsorted
profile V Bulk








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
Bundschu general April 2006 STP sherds (2) retained by
("surface") owners
Bundschu general April 2006 B.s.? hammers, Type C (2); N.p. retained by
("surface") perforated bivalve (1) owners

2007-10 -1 E. profile (S) 3 1 10-16-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) very thin
artifact
2007-10 -2 E. profile (S) 3 2 10-16-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -3 E. profile (S) 5c 3 10-16-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) very thick
artifact
2007-10 -4 E. profile (S) 7 4 10-16-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -5 E. profile (S) 5c 5 10-16-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -6 E. profile (S) 5c 6 10-16-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -7 E. profile (S) 7 7 10-17-07 plotted B.s. hammer, intederminate (1)
artifact
2007-10 -8 E. profile (S) 3 8 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -9 E. profile (S) 7 9 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -10 E. profile (S) 5c 10 10-17-07 plotted O.v. (deer) prox. frag. rt metatarsal,
artifact UID. worked bone object, broken (1)
2007-10 -11 E. profile (S) 7 11 10-17-07 plotted BGP (?) body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -12 E. profile (S) 7 12 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) in 2 parts
artifact
2007-10 -13 E. profile (S) 3 13 10-17-07 plotted B.s. complete shell, large, w/large
artifact perforation in upper body whorl (1)
2007-10 -14 E. profile (S) 5c 14 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -15 E. profile (S) 7 15 10-17-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1) in 2 parts
artifact









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No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2007-10 -16 E. profile (S) 7 16 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -17 E. profile (S) 7 17 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -18 E. profile (S) 7 18 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) very thick
artifact
2007-10 -19 E. profile (S) 5c 19 10-17-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1); STP body sherd (1) rim in 6 parts
artifact
2007-10 -19, area E. profile (S) 5c 19 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -20 E. profile (S) 7 20 10-17-07 plotted O.v. thoracic vertebra (1)
specimen
2007-10 -21 E. profile (S) 7 21 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -22 E. profile (S) 5c 22 10-17-07 plotted P.I. (raccoon) prox. frag. rt tibia, w/cut broken
artifact marks (1)
2007-10 -23 E. profile (S) 7 or 8 23 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) in 4 parts
artifact
2007-10 -24 E. profile (S) 6c 24 10-17-07 plotted pebble of fossilized bone, unworked (1)
artifact
2007-10 -25 E. profile (S) 7 25 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -26 E. profile (S) 5c 26 10-17-07 plotted wood charcoal, fragmented (1 lot)
specimen
2007-10 -27 E. profile (S) 7 27 10-17-07 plotted P.I prox. & shaft frag. ulna (1) end broken
artifact
2007-10 -28 E. profile (S) 5c 28 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) very thin
artifact
2007-10 -29 E. profile (S) 5c 29 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) very thin
artifact
2007-10 -30 E. profile (S) 7 30 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -31 E. profile (S) 6c 31 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2007-10 -32 E. profile (S) 5c 32 10-17-07 plotted wood charcoal, fragmented (1 lot)
specimen
2007-10 -33 E. profile (S) 4 33 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -34 E. profile (N) 2a 34 10-17-07 plotted A.n. (eagle ray) mouth plates (4) interfitting
specimen
2007-10 -35 E. profile (N) 3 35 10-17-07 plotted N.p. perforated bivalve (1)
artifact
2007-10 -36 E. profile (N) 3 36 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) very thin
artifact
2007-10 -37 E. profile (N) 2a 37 10-17-07 plotted BGP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -38 E. profile (N) 3 38 10-17-07 plotted mammal bone pin/point frag. (mid-
artifact/ shaft) (1); Anatidae prox. frag. humerus
specimen (1); Anatidae dist. frag. ulna (1)
2007-10 -39 E. profile (N) 3 39 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -40 E. profile (S) 4 40 10-17-07 plotted O.v. cervical vertebra frags. (2)
specimen
2007-10 -41 E. profile (N) 3 41 10-17-07 plotted O.v. metapodial pin/point frag. (mid-
artifact shaft) (1)
2007-10 -42 E. profile (N) 3 42 10-17-07 plotted wood charcoal, fragmented (1 lot) low volume
specimen
2007-10 -43 E. profile (N) 3 43 10-17-07 plotted AD wood charcoal, fragmented (I lot) high volume;
specimen 1210- Beta-248360
1270
2007-10 -44 E. profile (N) 4 44 10-17-07 plotted B.s. dipper/vessel, complete (1)
artifact
2007-10 -45 E. profile (N) 2a 45 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -46 E. profile (N) 3 or 5 46 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -47 E. profile (N) 4 47 10-18-07 plotted BGP rim sherd w/drilled mend hole (1)
artifact








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2007-10 -48 E. profile (N) 4 48 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherds (3) 1 sherd is in 2
artifact parts
2007-10 -49 E. profile (N) 4 49 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherds (2)
artifact
2007-10 -50 E. profile (N) 4 50 10-18-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1); STP body sherds (2) rim in 2 parts
artifact
2007-10 -51 E. profile (N) 3 51 10-18-07 plotted BGP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -52 E. profile (N) 4 52 10-18-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1) large; in 2
artifact parts
2007-10 -53 E. profile (N) 5c or 6c 53 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -54 E. profile (N) 4? 54 10-18-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -55 E. profile (S) 5c 55 10-22-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -56 E. profile (S) 6c 56 10-22-07 plotted BGP rim sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -57 E. profile (S) 2a 57 10-22-07 plotted STP body sherds, possibly from same
artifact vessel (8)
2007-10 -58 E. profile (S) 2a 58 10-22-07 plotted B.s. Type C hammer
artifact
2007-10 -59 E. profile (S) 2a 59 10-22-07 plotted B.s. Type C hammer
artifact
2007-10 -60 E. profile (S) 2a 60 10-22-07 plotted B.s. Type C hammer
artifact
2007-10 -61 E. profile (S) 2a 61 10-23-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -62 E. profile (S) 2a 62 10-23-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -63 E. profile (S) 8 63 10-23-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1); minute parallel
artifact tracks on lip
2007-10 -64 E. profile (S) 8 64 10-23-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1)
artifact








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No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2007-10 -65 E. profile (N) 3 65 10-24-07 plotted B.s. columella sinker, single-grooved (1)
artifact
2007-10 -66 E. profile (N) 4 or 5c 66 10-24-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -67 E. profile (N) 4 67 10-24-07 plotted BGP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -68 E. profile (S) 5c? 68 10-25-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -69 E. profile (S) 7 69 10-25-07 plotted BGP (?) body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -70 E. profile (S) 2a 70 10-25-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -71 E. profile (N) 4? 71 10-26-06 plotted S.g. adze/celt fragment (1)
artifact
2007-10 -72 W. profile 5a 1 10-18-06 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -73 W. profile 2d 2 10-25-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -74 W. profile 3c 3 10-25-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -75 N. profile (E) 4 1 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -76 N. profile (W) 4 or 5c 2 10-?-07 plotted B.s. adze/celt blank or net-mesh gauge
artifact (1)
2007-10 -77 N. profile (W) 6b 3 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -78 N. profile (W) 6b 4 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherds (2)
artifact
2007-10 -79 N. profile (W) 4 or 5 4 or 6a 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherds (2)
artifact
2007-10 -80 N. profile (W) 5b 6 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -81 N. profile (W) 5b 7 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) chalky paste
artifact









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No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2007-10 -82 N. profile (W) 5b 8 10-18-07 plotted BGP body sherd (1); STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -83 N. profile (W) 5b 9 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -84 N. profile (W) 5b 10 10-18-07 plotted BGP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -85 N. profile (W) 4 or 5 11 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -86 N. profile (W) 5b 12 10-18-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -87 N. profile (W) 4 13 10-18-07 plotted D.r. perforated bivalves (9 [5 complete, hole
artifact 4 fragmented]); D.r. bivalve fragments measurements
(5); BGP rim sherd (1) (max. diam.):
9.4, 11.9, 10.6,
9.0, 9.8, 9.8,
9.7, 9.8, 9.4;
ave. = 9.93
2007-10 -88 N. profile (E) 4? 19 & 19B 10-25-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1); Chelonidae (sea 1 rim in 2
artifact turtle) carapace frags. (4) parts; 2 bones
in 4 parts
2007-10 -89 N. profile (E) 3 18 10-24-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -90 N. profile (W) 5b 14 10-24-07 plotted BGP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -91 N. profile (W) 4 15 10-24-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -92 N. profile (E) 2a 16 10-24-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -93 N. profile (E) 2 17 10-24-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) 1 sherd in 2
artifact parts
2007-10 -94 S. profile 5c 1 10-17-07 plotted STP rim sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -95 S. profile 5c 2 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact








Ace. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2007-10 -96 S. profile 3 3 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -97 S. profile 5c 4 10-17-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -98 S. profile 6a 5 10-17-07 plotted BGP rim sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -99 S. profile 3 6 10-22-07 plotted BGP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -100 S. profile 2a 7 10-22-07 plotted STP body sherd (1) sooty surfaces
artifact
2007-10 -101 S. profile 2a 8 10-22-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -102 S. profile 5a or 6a 9 10-23-07 plotted STP body sherd (1)
artifact
2007-10 -103 S. profile 2a 10 10-25-07 plotted STP body sherds (3)
artifact
2007-10 -104 E. profile (S) 2a RC-S 10-25-07 plotted C14 AD P.g. columella (1) B-239146
1400-
1460
2007-10 -105 E. profile (S) 3 RC-S#2 10-25-07 plotted C14 P.g. shell (1)
2007-10 -106 E. profile (S) 3 RC-S#1 10-25-07 plotted C14 M. c. shell (1)
2007-10 -107 E. profile (S) 4 RC-S 10-25-07 plotted C14 AD 800- B. s. shells ( ) B-239147
980
2007-10 -108 E. profile (S) 5c RC-S#1 10-25-07 plotted C14 AD 620- M. c. shell (1) B-239148
890
2007-10 -109 E. profile (S) 5a RC-S#2 10-25-07 plotted C14 M. c. shell (1)
2007-10 -110 E. profile (S) 6c RC-S 10-25-07 plotted C14 B. s. shells ( )
2007-10 -111 N. profile (E) 7 RC-S 10-25-07 plotted C14 B. s. shells ( )
2007-10 -112 E. profile (S) 8 RC-S 10-25-07 plotted C14 AD 960- B. s. shells ( ) B-239149
1050
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, metal nail or screw, rusted (1)
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, rim sherd, glazed, light yellow color,
("surface") 18-07 historical (1)








Acc. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, brick fragment (1)
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, St. Johns Check Stamped rim (1);
("surface") 18-07 burnished plainware body sherd
(Weeden Island Plain?) (1)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, Dunn's Creek Red body sherd (1)
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, BGP rim sherds (7); BGP body sherds
("surface") 18-07 (1); STP rim sherds (2)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, BGP rim sherds (8)
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, BGP body sherds (6); STP rim sherd
("surface") 18-07 (1); STP body sherd (1)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, BGP rim sherd, large (1) 1 sherd in 2
("surface") 18-07 parts
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, STP body sherds (78); BGP body sherds
("surface") 18-07 (2)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, STP body sherds (24)
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, STP body sherds (55); BGP body sherd
("surface") 18-07 (1); STP rim sherd (1)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, STP rim sherds (8)
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, STP rim sherds (13); STP body sherds
("surface") 18-07 (1)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, STP rim sherd (1); BGP rim sherd (1);
("surface") 18-07 BGP body sherd (1)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, STP body sherds, small (38); STP rim
("surface") 18-07 sherds, small (4)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, BGP body sherds (40); BGP rim sherd
("surface") 18-07 (1); St. Johns Plain body sherd (1); STP
body sherds (10); STP rim sherd (1)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, STP body sherds, small (27); BGP body
("surface") 18-07 sherds, small (4)








Ace. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, P.g. columella sinker, single-grooved
("surface") 18-07 variety
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, M.n. bivalve knife/scraper (2); S.s.
("surface") 18-07 possible bivalve knife/scraper (1)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, D.r. perforated bivalve, rt valve
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, B.s. Type F hammer (1) Hole diam.=
("surface") 18-07 8.9 mm
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, B.s. Type C hammer (1)
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, B.s. hammer, indeterminate (3)
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, B.s. hammer, indeterminate (1)
("surface") 18-07
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, B.s. hammer, indeterminate (1); B.s.
("surface") 18-07 Type E hammer (1)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, D.r. perforated bivalve, It valve, hole
("surface") 18-07 broken out (1); D.r. perforated bivalve,
rt valve, small [hole diam. 6.3 mm]);
M.c. anvil fragment
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, O.v. modified (cut & burned) prox. &
("surface") 18-07 shaft metapodial frag. (1); Testudines
(turtle) carapace cut frag (1)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, O.v. prox. frag. radius (1); O.v. prox.
("surface") 18-07 frag. scapula (1); cf. O.v. long bone
frags. (10)
2007-10 -113 general 10-17, UID Mammalia long bone shaft
("surface") 18-07 frag. (1); Aves (bird) long bone shaft
(1); Testudines carapace frags. (7);
Osteichthyes (fish) frags. (6); UID bone
cut? & burned (1)
2007-10 -114 E. profile (S) 1 10-25-07 plotted 6x6" bag Sediment sample 6x6" bag
sedimt
2007-10 -115 E. profile (S) 2a 10-25-07 plotted 6x6" bag Sediment sample 6x6" bag
sedimt








Ace. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
2007-10 -116 E. profile (S) 3 10-25-07 plotted 6x6" bag Sediment sample 6x6" bag
sedimt
2007-10 -117 E. profile (S) 4 10-25-07 plotted 6x6" bag Sediment sample 6x6" bag
sedimt
2007-10 -118 E. profile (S) 5c 10-25-07 plotted 6x6" bag Sediment sample 6x6" bag
sedimt
2007-10 -119 E. profile (S) 6c 10-25-07 plotted 6x6" bag Sediment sample 6x6" bag
sedimt
2007-10 -120 E. profile (S) 7 10-25-07 plotted 6x6" bag Sediment sample 6x6" bag
sedimt
2007-10 -121 E. profile (S) 8 10-25-07 plotted 6x6" bag Sediment sample 6x6" bag
sedimt
2007-10 -122 E. profile (S) 2a 1 10-26-07 plotted 9x12" bag 1/4" Shell sample portion, shells sorted by 15 var-sized
shells taxon bags
2007-10 -122 E. profile (S) 2a 1 10-26-07 plotted 9x12" bag 1/16" Shell sample portion, unsorted 5x5" bag
shells
2007-10 -122 E. profile (S) 2a 1 10-26-07 plotted 9x12" bag <1/16" Shell sample portion, unsorted 5x5" bag
shells
2007-10 -123 E. profile (S) 5c 2 10-26-07 plotted 9x12" bag 1/4" Shell sample portion, shells sorted by --- var-sized
shells taxon bags
2007-10 -123 E. profile (S) 5c 2 10-26-07 plotted 9x12" bag 1/16" Shell sample portion, unsorted 5x5" bag
shells
2007-10 -123 E. profile (S) 5c 2 10-26-07 plotted 9x12" bag <1/16" Shell sample portion, unsorted 5x5" bag
shells
2007-10 -124 E. profile (S) 7 3 10-26-07 plotted 9x12" bag Shell sample, unsorted 9x12" bag
shells
2007-10 -125 S. profile 5b 4 10-26-07 plotted 9x12" bag Shell sample, unsorted 9x12" bag
shells
2007-10 -126 S. profile 5a 5 10-26-07 plotted 9x12" bag Shell sample, unsorted 9x12" bag
shells

Bundschu general Oct 2007 STP body sherds (5); STP rim sherds (3) retained by
("surface") owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 BGP body sherds (4); BGP rim sherds retained by
("surface") (3) owners








Ace. No. Catalog Provenience Stratum Specimen/ Field Specimen/ Sample Screen Associ- Artifacts, Other Specimens Comments
No. Sample No. Collection Sample Vol. (pre- Size ated RC
Date Kind screen) or Dates
Wt
Bundschu general Oct 2007 St. Johns Check Stamped body sherds retained by
("surface") (2) owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 Surfside Incised body sherd (1) retained by
("surface") owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 Fort Drum Incised rim sherd (1) retained by
("surface") owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 St. Johns Plain body sherd (1) retained by
("surface") owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 B.s hammer, Type C (1), Type F (1); P.g. retained by
("surface") hammer, Type D (1), Type F (1); P.g. owners
worked columella (1)
Bundschu general Oct 2007 M.n. bivalve knife/scraper (1); S.s. retained by
("surface") bivalve knife/scraper (1) owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 N.p. perforated bivalve (1); D.r. retained by
("surface") perforated bivalve (1) owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 M.c. bivalve anvil/chopper (1) retained by
("surface") owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 O.v.: atlas (1); vertebra frag. (1); scapula retained by
("surface") frag. (1); calcaneum frag. (1); antler owners
frags. (2)
Bundschu general Oct 2007 P.I. rt mandible with teeth retained by
("surface") owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 Anatidae: humerus (1); coracoid (1) retained by
("surface") owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 Chelonidae carapace frag. (1); M.t retained by
("surface") (diamondback terrapin) carapace frag. owners
(1)
Bundschu general Oct 2007 Lamniformes (sharks) (7); A.n. retained by
("surface") mouthplates (9) owners
Bundschu general Oct 2007 Pogonias cromis (black drum) retained by
("surface") phyrengeal grinder (1); Centropomus owners
undecimalis (snook) It dentary (1); Arius
felis (sea catfish) It pectoral spine (1)
Bundschu general Oct 2007 Osteichthys: vomer (1); branchiostegal retained by
("surface") (1); vertebrae (2) owners