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Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003:
Tales from the Glenville Woods

[This information is from Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003: Tales from the Glenville Woods by Stephen D. Jones, Ph.D., RPA, and others, and is reproduced here with his permission.]

Table of Contents

  1. Abstract (1)
  2. Table of Contents (2)
  3. Introduction (4)
  4. Location (6)
    1. Geography (6)
    2. Geology (7)
    3. Flora and Fauna (7)
  5. History (9)
    1. Precontact Period (10)
    2. Historic Period (10)
  6. Archaeology (16)
    1. Porch Excavations (17)
    2. Property Testing (28)
    3. Barnyard Excavations (29)
  7. Conclusions (32)
  8. Recommendations (33)
  9. Personnel (34)
  10. Bibliography (35)

Maps:

  1. 1996 — Map Works
  2. 1978 — U.S.D.A., Soil Survey
  3. 1664 — Burke, Bouwlands of Schenectady
  4. 1750 — Wilde, Plan of Schenectady
  5. [undated] — Diagram of Conveyance in the Sanders Est.
  6. 1856 — Fagan
  7. 1866 — Beers
  8. 1902 — Sebring, Map of Riverdale Plat
  9. 1931 — Sweet, Village of Scotia
  10. 1952 — U.S.D.A., Aerial Photograph
  11. 1956 — U.S.A.C.E., New York Canals
  12. Property Testing Plan

Plans:

  1. Plan of Excavation Area [marked Plan 1 itself]
  2. Plan of Porch Squares

Photographs:

  1. Flint House in 1901
  2. Flint House c.1995
  3. Flint House 2004
  4. Barnyard in 1901
  5. Remaining barn and house in 2003
  6. Stratum 4 of barnyard Square 1
  7. Feature 1 in K3
  8. Feature 9 in M2
  9. Flagstones in L3
  10. Flagstone on bricks in J3
  11. Top brick course in J3
  12. Middle brick course in J3
  13. Lowest brick course in J3
  14. Pedestal in I2
  15. Pedestal in J2
  16. Pedestal in M2
  17. Feature 18 in I2
  18. Feature 20 in I2
  19. Feature 23 in K2
  20. Delft
  21. Pearlware with mulberry flow transfer
  22. Various cream and pearlwares
  23. Whitewares including floral sprig

A full list of contexts is available upon request.

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