Sites by County, Annapolis (4)

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18AP14Victualling Warehouse  (11 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18AP14 Feature 13 course wide brick wall on sandstone rubble foundation, 5 charred boards, warehouse, also used as residence.
18AP14 Feature 2Paving of flint cobbles, some sandstone and brick.
18AP14 Feature 3Brick paving, probably post 1762.
18AP14 Feature 4Brick arch of uncertain function, possible outbuilding or base for stairs to waterfront; date unknown.
18AP14 Feature 5Dog burial, possibly early 20th century.
18AP14 Feature 9Brick hearth and fireplace for structure (Feature 1). Initial small hearth c. 1740; enlargement probably c. 1785.
18AP14 Megastrata II4 levels in 2 units.
18AP14 Megastrata III2 levels.
18AP14 Megastrata IVDemolition and post fire dumping, probably numerous families.
18AP14 Megastrata V 18AP14 Megastrata VFire debris up to 3 feet thick; a lot of household goods.
18AP14 Megastrata VIConstruction of 2 warehouses.

18AP52Gott's Court  (63 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18AP52 Feature 1001Possibly associated with an automobile stall.
18AP52 Feature 10A 03Unknown straight sides soil feature. Probably associated with activities just prior to, or during the occupation.
18AP52 Feature 10A 05Bottom of posthole.
18AP52 Feature 1101Described as being associated with later occupation of the block, although Tables 2 and 5 list a date of 1791.
18AP52 Feature 1102Associated with later occupation of block. Tables 2 and 4 list date of 19th century.
18AP52 Feature 1103Early cellar. Multiple fill episodes. Re-excavated at least twice.
18AP52 Feature 1104 
18AP52 Feature 1110Associated with later occupation of block. Report Tables 2 and 5 assign a date of 1762.
18AP52 Feature 11A 05Associated with later occupation of the block, although tables 2 and 4 show a date of 1848, 1904 and 1791.
18AP52 Feature 11A 06Associated with later occupation of block, although Tables 2 and 4 report a date of 1804.
18AP52 Feature 11A 07Associated with later occupation of block. Tables 2 and 5 report date of 1766.
18AP52 Feature 1301Exact function not determined beyond short term disposal for domestic refuse.
18AP52 Feature 1302Linear soil feature. Not described.
18AP52 Feature 1303Remnant of outbuilding associated with auto stalls.
18AP52 Feature 1305/1311Feature numbers combined. Evaluated as related to cellar feature 1103.
18AP52 Feature 1306Soil feature.
18AP52 Feature 1307Posthole containing 19th century materials.
18AP52 Feature 1308Two parts: Oval feature containing a metal bucket, and a triangular feature with inward sloping sides and concave base.
18AP52 Feature 1309Mid-late 19th century pet dog burial.
18AP52 Feature 1310Early 19th century feature that was intruded upon by Feature 1309.
18AP52 Feature 1312Soil feature. Not described.
18AP52 Feature 1402Postmold. Artifacts include Chinese Export Porcelain and Creamware.
18AP52 Feature 1403Midden-like deposit near Features 1404, 1405, 1406. All near the same depth and contain materials similar in function and depth.
18AP52 Feature 1404Midden-like deposit near Features 1403, 1405, 1406. All near the same depth and contain materials similar in function and depth.
18AP52 Feature 1405Midden-like deposit near Features 1403, 1404, 1406. All near the same depth and contain materials similar in function and depth.
18AP52 Feature 1406Midden-like deposit near Features 1403,1404, 1405. All near the same depth and contain materials similar in function and depth.
18AP52 Feature 1802May represent privy similar to Feature 901. Appears to have been cleaned and refilled in one episode.
18AP52 Feature 1901AFeature 1901 was determined to be 2 postholes (1901A and B).
18AP52 Feature 1901BFeature 1901 was determined to be 2 postholes (1901A and B).
18AP52 Feature 1902Square posthole with portions of post still in place.
18AP52 Feature 1903Larger rectangular posthole with portions of post still in place.
18AP52 Feature 1904Pet burial: Remains of 2 dogs.
18AP52 Feature 1906Not described.
18AP52 Feature 1907Not described.
18AP52 Feature 2102Amorphous trash midden that developed in a low-lying area. Mid 18th-early 19th century. May be contemperaneous with Features 1103 and 1305/1311.
18AP52 Feature 210371 cm diameter circular trash or storage pit. 18th-very early 19th century.
18AP52 Feature 301BOne of a series of pipe trenches dating from 1879-mid 20th century. They are cut by two later trenches. There is some discrepancy in the report regarding the actual age of 301B.
18AP52 Feature 301CEarliest of a series of pipe trenches, cut by later trench 301D.
18AP52 Feature 301DOne of a series of pipe trenches, 301D cuts through 301B, 301C. 301A intrudes 301D.
18AP52 Feature 30220 x 26 cm. Probably associated with early 20th century stable.
18AP52 Feature 303In-situ post. Probably associated with 1878 stable yard (per period map). A feature date of 1771 probably reflects redeposition of earlier artifacts.
18AP52 Feature 305Linear trench of unknown function. Probably originated during Gott's Court era, intruding upon earlier stable and tavern midden layers.
18AP52 Feature 306Unidentified circular feature; date based on presence of Chinese Export Porcelain.
18AP52 Feature 307 
18AP52 Feature 308Report tables identify as posthole, however report text lists as function unknown.
18AP52 Feature 309Coal and ash deposit. Associated with 19th century tavern and stable activities. May be associated with Gott's Court and cut through earlier deposits.
18AP52 Feature 40240x40 cm brick and mortar chimney base associated with Gott's Court. Early feature date probably due to Feature 402 intruding earlier layers.
18AP52 Feature 501Utility trench containing 4 lead pipes.
18AP52 Feature 503Builder's trench. Intrudes earlier levels which may effect date.
18AP52 Feature 504Builder's trench. Intrudes earlier layers which may effect feature date.
18AP52 Feature 505May be associated with mid 19th century activities. Impacted by construction. Pre-dates Gott's Court. Feature date probably reflects disturbance.
18AP52 Feature 801Several filling episodes 1760-1860. Final fill after 1898.
18AP52 Feature 802Possible post bordering rear yards of westernmost Gott's Court houses. Fill included coal ash and clinkers.
18AP52 Feature 803Coal ash deposit.
18AP52 Feature 804Posthole remnant, possibly related to Feature 801 and early 19th century activities within the parcel.
18AP52 Feature 805A-DUnidentified, roughly circular pit or trench. Partially excavated. Possibly associated with Feature 801.
18AP52 Feature 806Post bordering rear yards of western most Gott's Court houses. Similar and possibly associated to Feature 806
18AP52 Feature 807Date and association based on one clay marble.
18AP52 Feature 901Probably associated with early 20th century domestic activities. May have cleaned out and then refilled in a single episode leading to inclusion of mid 19th c. material
18AP52 Feature 902Contained temporal mixture of artifacts.
18AP52 Feature 903Soil feature intruded upon by Feature 901.
18AP52 Feature 904Rock/concrete foundation wall. No further description.
18AP52 Feature P1310Early 19th century feature that was intruded by Feature 1309.

18AP75209 Main Street  (4 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18AP75 Feature 4-02Intrusive into Feature 4-04
18AP75 Feature 4-04Feature contains over 3,500 bone and shell, plus over 1,000 wine bottle glass fragments
18AP75 Feature 4-05Tavern trash pit with large quantities of bone, shell and wine bottle glass
18AP75 Shell/Rubble LayerBelieved to be base for a sidewalk laid around 1820. Contains domestic debris

18AP80Gateway Circle  (35 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18AP80 Feature 1Concrete footer for square post with posthole.
18AP80 Feature 10Posthole forming a fenceline.
18AP80 Feature 11Construction trench for Feature 8 (buried wooden box).
18AP80 Feature 17Posthole associaed with outbuilding shown on 1930's map.
18AP80 Feature 18Possible postmold, possibly associated with outbuilding shown on 1930's map.
18AP80 Feature 19Possible posthole/mold associaed with outbuilding shown on 1930's map.
18AP80 Feature 20Possible posthole associaed with outbuilding shown on 1930's map.
18AP80 Feature 21Unidentified small pit.
18AP80 Feature 25Earlier privy, cleaned out and then used for refuse disposal. Possibly represented by a small outbuilding shown on 1908 map.
18AP80 Feature 375x115 cm. wood lined, no substantial primary deposits remained. Probably filled in prior to 1930.
18AP80 Feature 32Concrete block footer associated with larger outbuilding shown on 1930's map
18AP80 Feature 33Described in reports as remnant floor of larger outbuilding shown in 1930 map, or remnant parking lot surface inside corrugated building.
18AP80 Feature 33ALarge posthole below Feature 33. Possibly associated with 1908 boundary fence.
18AP80 Feature 33DSmaller posthole possibly related to structure over privy (Feature 25).
18AP80 Feature 34Concrete block footer associated with larger outbuilding shown on 1930 map.
18AP80 Feature 35North-south running brick drain at east edge of yard.
18AP80 Feature 38Remnant corrugated sheet metal wall and construction trench associated with larger outbuilding on 1930 map.
18AP80 Feature 39Concrete block footer associated with larger outbuilding shown on 1930 map.
18AP80 Feature 40Remnant corrugated sheet metal wall and construction trench associated with larger outbuilding on 1930 map.
18AP80 Feature 41Small post mold, probably part of a fenceline.
18AP80 Feature 42Large shallow pit of undetermined function that had been disturbed by Feature 36 (pipe trench).
18AP80 Feature 43Isolated concrete footer that may represent clothesline with another single post.
18AP80 Feature 44Located within footprint of larger outbuilding. Not fully excavated due to danger of collapse. Earlier well later used for trash deposition.
18AP80 Feature 575 cm wide, wood-lined, not fully excavated.
18AP80 Feature 53APossible animal burial disturbed by modern utility trench.
18AP80 Feature 53BLarger trash pit. Disturbed by Feature 24 (modern utility trench).
18AP80 Feature 54Posthole associated with outbuilding shown on 1930's map.
18AP80 Feature 55Possible remnant posthole.
18AP80 Feature 57Possibly related to structure over privy (Feature 25).
18AP80 Feature 58Posthole possibly associated with 1908 boundary fence.
18AP80 Feature 59APossibly related to fenceline from early-mid 19th century use of property.
18AP80 Feature 59BPossibly related to fenceline from early-mid 19th century use of property. Contained several whole bricks (not in artifact count).
18AP80 Feature 7 
18AP80 Feature 851x131 cm. Long, narrow and shallow. Wooden trunk with metal hardware which had been buried.
18AP80 Feature 9Posthole forming a fenceline.

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