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The discovery of any such additional features in the vicinity, if contemporary to Bull Brook, could be a major contribution to our understanding of the earliest people of the region and the interpretation of this large and likely important locale, of which there are only several comparable examples in all of N. Further, the continued work today will be a real tribute to the diligent avocational archaeologists who salvaged what they could with the tools available to them more than half a century ago.Corrigan, Deborah Cassady, Tom Alar, Marna Carroll, Amanda Lahikainen, Claudine Scoville, Roberta Chan, Thomas C. Jane Graham-Dwyer, Michael Mullins, Maxim Hurwicz, Laura Short, Dave Rich, Polly Anna Burnette-Egan, Christina Hellmich, Cindy Wu, Christina Tran, Ilkka Taponen, Eric Damon Walters, and Frank Loose With geophysical techniques, we will search for Paleo-Indian archaeological features around the famed Bull Brook site. 12,000 years old), the surrounding areas have not been fully investigated. Settlements associated with these inhabitants are extremely rare (only a few examples are known).Though recognized among the largest and oldest Paleo-Indian sites the U. We presently don't know how large Bull Brook really was. In the rescue dig at Bull Brook more than half-century ago, 40 features arranged in a 500 ft. Radiocarbon dates on charcoal and bone place Bull Brook in this early period, but with some uncertainty over whether the samples are are entirely reliable.We will attempt to answer this question, and additionally seek to clarify the site's age, which is also a point of contention. circle were found, making this one of the largest such settlements in N. Previous researchers collaborating with the Peabody Essex Museum have suggested that the site may be a unique place where dispersed bands of hunters could have gathered repeatedly over many years.The original investigation of Bull Brook took place at a time when scientific archaeology was very young.

The discovery of any such additional features in the vicinity, if contemporary to Bull Brook, could be a major contribution to our understanding of the earliest people of the region and the interpretation of this large and likely important locale, of which there are only several comparable examples in all of N. Further, the continued work today will be a real tribute to the diligent avocational archaeologists who salvaged what they could with the tools available to them more than half a century ago.Corrigan, Deborah Cassady, Tom Alar, Marna Carroll, Amanda Lahikainen, Claudine Scoville, Roberta Chan, Thomas C. Jane Graham-Dwyer, Michael Mullins, Maxim Hurwicz, Laura Short, Dave Rich, Polly Anna Burnette-Egan, Christina Hellmich, Cindy Wu, Christina Tran, Ilkka Taponen, Eric Damon Walters, and Frank Loose With geophysical techniques, we will search for Paleo-Indian archaeological features around the famed Bull Brook site. 12,000 years old), the surrounding areas have not been fully investigated. Settlements associated with these inhabitants are extremely rare (only a few examples are known).Though recognized among the largest and oldest Paleo-Indian sites the U. We presently don't know how large Bull Brook really was. In the rescue dig at Bull Brook more than half-century ago, 40 features arranged in a 500 ft. Radiocarbon dates on charcoal and bone place Bull Brook in this early period, but with some uncertainty over whether the samples are are entirely reliable.We will attempt to answer this question, and additionally seek to clarify the site's age, which is also a point of contention. circle were found, making this one of the largest such settlements in N. Previous researchers collaborating with the Peabody Essex Museum have suggested that the site may be a unique place where dispersed bands of hunters could have gathered repeatedly over many years.The original investigation of Bull Brook took place at a time when scientific archaeology was very young.Archived since: Apr, 2011Description: The University Archives collects and preserves records of historical, legal, fiscal, and/or administrative value to Cornell University.