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Original WAS Excavations at 45SN100


Low water at 45SN100  

Extreme low water at 45SN100.

Scanned JUN 2008 from an AUG 1960 slide.

 


Bailing water from the excavation.
 

Bailing water from the excavation.

Scanned JUN 2008 from an SEPT 1960 slide

 


Excavation conditions at 45SN100.

Typical excavating conditions. Mona Baddel holds possible weir fragment.

Scanned JUN 2008 from an SEPT 1960 slide.

 


Measuring depth to datum.

Del Nordquist measuring depth to datum using an Abney level and a folding ruler.

Scanned JUN 2008 for a AUG 1960 slide.

 


Location of excavation on the flood plain.

Location of the excavation on the flood plain in relation to the cedar snag.

Scanned JUN 2008 from an SEPT 1960 slide.

 


Excavation trench on the flood plain.

Excavation trench on the flood plain, looking east. Snag just out of photo to front and left. Charles Nelson (left) and David Rice just beginning excavation in the top of the midden.

Scanned JUN 2008 from an SEPT 1960 slide.

 


Antler <i>in situ</i>.

Antler in situ, surviving as a stain. Trench on flood plain; eastern most square.

Scanned JUN 2008 from an SEPT 1960 slide.

 


Bone or antler in situ.

Antler or bone in situ surviving as a stain. Trench on the flood plain; eastern most square. Note carbonized roots at right and numerous pieces of charcoal scattered in the midden.

Scanned JUN 2008 from SEPT 1960 slide.