Program designed to meet Next Generation science standards as well as Common Core state standards for art and history.
Archaeological investigation seeks to find evidence of the fort originally built by Dutch settlers in 1651.
Workshop will explore archaeological prospection techniques at the site of Fort Casimir which was built by the Dutch in 1651.
Development slated for nearby property.
New employee has 39 years of experience in archaeology and historic preservation.
Does the point have deep corner notches If yes, it is a Charleston Corner-Notched Point. 8500 B.C. – 6500 B.C. If no, you have a generalized notched point that could be dated to any time period between 5000 B.C. and A.D. 1000 Click here to identify another point.
Does the stem contact sharply in width toward the base? If yes, you have a Poplar Island Point. 5000 B.C. – A.D.1000. If no, you have a generalized stemmed point that could date to any time period between 5000 B.C. and A.D. 800. Click here to identify another point.
Does the point have an unmodified lanceolate shape? If yes, it is a Fox Creek Lanceolate Point. A.D. 400 – 900 If no, you have some kind of lanceolate point that does not fit into any known categories and cannot be classified using this system. Click here to identify another point.