Sites by County, Frederick (27)

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18FR14Biggs Ford  (34 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR14 Feature 1Refuse filled pit, 70x75x10 cm.
18FR14 Feature 10Refuse filled pit, 100 x 5 cm. Artifact count includes charcoal sample.
18FR14 Feature 11Elongated refuse filled pit, 280 x 130 x 35 cm. Possible hearth in association with Feature 38.
18FR14 Feature 12Large refuse filled pit, 230 x 5 cm.
18FR14 Feature 19Infant burial, 95 x 75 x 35 cm. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 2150 x 80 cm. 1 adult male, 40-49 years old, Luray occupation. Notable artifacts: Possible wooden bow, celts, sandstone pipe, slate gorget, vasiform pipe and point cache. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 20Refuse filled pit, 80 x 90 x 20 cm. Montgomery Complex. Artifact count includes samples.
18FR14 Feature 21/21ATwo children aged 2.5-3.5, each conmingled with bones of an infant (skeletal remains from 4 individuals). Notable artifact: Complete shell tempered small vessel (Keyer) with punctated lugs. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 22Infant skeleton, fragmented and in poor condition. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 23Refuse filled pit.
18FR14 Feature 24Elongated refuse filled pit. Artifact count includes samples.
18FR14 Feature 25Refuse filled pit.
18FR14 Feature 26Large refuse filled pit, 280 x 90 cm.
18FR14 Feature 27Large refuse filled pit, 145 x 40 cm.
18FR14 Feature 28Small refuse filled pit, 85 x 90 x 30 cm.
18FR14 Feature 29Not described.
18FR14 Feature 3Small refuse filled pit, 45 x 10 cm.
18FR14 Feature 30Refuse filled pit, 90 x 20 cm. Artifact count includes flotation sample.
18FR14 Feature 31Possible refuse filled pit.
18FR14 Feature 32Infant burial. No artifact count. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 34Infant burial. No artifact count. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 36Not described.
18FR14 Feature 37Refuse filled pit, 100 x 20 cm
18FR14 Feature 38Fireplace associated with Feature 11. No artifact count.
18FR14 Feature 4Elongated refuse-filled pit, 480 x 140 x 30 cm. Contained 50 skull fragments (2 young adult females) indicating pit was also used as a grave at some point. Montgomery Complex. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 40Elongated refuse filled pit & burials of adult male and two neonates. 580 x 70 cm. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 41Small refuse filled pit, intrudes into Feature 40.
18FR14 Feature 44Not described.
18FR14 Feature 45Refuse filled pit, child burial, intrusive into Feature 40. 90 x 80 cm. Artifact count includes samples. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 6Refuse filled pit, 85 x 20 cm, circular. Overlaps dates for Luray Complex.
18FR14 Feature 7Two infants, 110 x 70 cm. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 7ASmall refuse filled pit.
18FR14 Feature 8Two infants, 90 x 70 x 20 cm. Artifact count includes samples. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR14 Feature 9Small refuse pit, 70 x 30 cm.

18FR17Nolands Ferry  (17 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR17 Feature 1Oval shaped charcoal/ash deposit. Artifact count is approximate.
18FR17 Feature 10Small, oval, shallow pit.
18FR17 Feature 11Shallow lens of irregular outline and bottom profile.
18FR17 Feature 12Oval, truncated trash pit.
18FR17 Feature 13Kidney-shaped, shallow, truncated trash pit.
18FR17 Feature 14Connects with another feature to the northwest (unclear of other feature was numbered and excavated). Artifact count is approximate. Third radiocarbon date 1020 +/- 60 BP, AD 930 +/- 60.
18FR17 Feature 15Extended burial of one individual. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR17 Feature 16Two long-bones in articulated position. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR17 Feature 18Unidentified pit feature. No feature form located, profile drawings only. Artifact count is approximate.
18FR17 Feature 19Unidentified irregular stain, no feature form located, drawings only.
18FR17 Feature 2Oval refuse-filled pit also containing flexed human burial. Artifact count is approximate. Two radiocarbon dates of high reliability noted below. A 3rd date of moderate reliability was 470 +/- 85 BP or 1480 +/- 85. (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)
18FR17 Feature 20Large basin-shaped pit. Artifact count is unknown.
18FR17 Feature 5Shallow oval pit. Artifact count is approximate.
18FR17 Feature 6Shallow, oval trash pit. Artifact count is approximate.
18FR17 Feature 7Generally oval, probable pit. Artifact count is approximate.
18FR17 Feature 8Shallow basin, possible sheet midden, only the portion in test unit was excavated.
18FR17 Feature 9Burial pit containing two individuals. Artifact count is approximate. (~1011, possibly 1048) (Please contact the MacLab about this collection)

18FR18Rosenstock  (24 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR18 Feature 1Excavated 1979. Roughly oval reddish area ~20x16 cm.
18FR18 Feature 12Excavated 1990. Large trash pit that extended to bedrock.
18FR18 Feature 13Trash-filled pit, excavated 1991.
18FR18 Feature 15Infant burial. Partially excavated in 1990. May have originally been a trash pit. NW edge of Feature 5. (Please contact MacLab with questions regarding this collection)
18FR18 Feature 19Small pit excavated 1991.
18FR18 Feature 2Excavated in both 1979 & 1990. Semi-subterranean "keyhole" structure, possible sweatlodge. Surrounded by a series of postholes.
18FR18 Feature 21Small pit excavated in 1991.
18FR18 Feature 22Small pit, excavated 1991.
18FR18 Feature 23Small pit, excavated 1991.
18FR18 Feature 27Keyhole structure, similar to Feature 2. Excavated 1992.
18FR18 Feature 28Infant burial on north edge of Feature 17 (pit). Partially excavated in 1992. (Please contact MacLab with questions regarding this collection)
18FR18 Feature 29Trash-filled pit, partially excavated 1992. Only NW quadrant excavated.
18FR18 Feature 3Excavated 1979. Small (40x32 cm) red area adjacent to Feature 2 (keyhole structure), possible hearth.
18FR18 Feature 32Small, flat-bottomed pit, partially excavated in 1992. North half excavated.
18FR18 Feature 34Small pit excavated in 1992
18FR18 Feature 35Deep pocket of sheet midden. Excavated 1992.
18FR18 Feature 36Dark pocket of sheet midden. Excavated 1992.
18FR18 Feature 39Small pit in SW corner of Feature 27 (keyhole structure). Excavated in 1992.
18FR18 Feature 4Partially excavated in 1979. Trash filled pit. Artifact count may include human bone.
18FR18 Feature 5Very large trash-filled pit feature. Two intersecting, contemporaneous pits, also including two infant burials. Large amount of artifacts including restored vessel and cougar skull. (Please contact MacLab with questions regarding this collection)
18FR18 Feature 6Excavated 1979. Trash-filled pit, partially excavated.
18FR18 Feature 8Partially excavated in 1990. Possible trash-filled pit.
18FR18 Feature 9Small pit excavated in 1990.
18FR18 Sheet MiddenExcavated 1992.

18FR21Wiles I  (1 feature)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR21 Non-Feature Artifact CollectionMultiple projects were carried out at this site. Total artifact count cannot be determined.

18FR82Rose Hill Manor  (1 feature)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR82 Non-Feature Artifact CollectionManor house and grounds. Over 3814 total artifacts recovered in 2000 & 2005. Unknown artifact count in 2008.

18FR110Wiles II  (1 feature)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR110 Non-Feature Artifact CollectionUnable to determine artifact count. Multiple projects carried out at site.

18FR134Schiefferstadt  (8 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR134 F02, TU1, Feature 1 (1975)Artifact count unknown.
18FR134 F02, TU3, Feature 1Repair hole. Artifact count unknown.
18FR134 F02, TU3, Postmold (1975)7" diameter, 18" deep. Artifact count unknown.
18FR134 Feature 1 (1995)Line of limestone rock.
18FR134 Feature 2 (1995)18th century well, filled ~ 1940. Exposed and recorded, but not excavated.
18FR134 Feature 3 (1995)West wall of a 13' structure interpreted to be smokehouse. Listed on 1848 insurance document. Interior not excavated.
18FR134 Feature 4Stone lined privy, 4' x 6', 54" deep. Probably dates from mid-18th century with house, however, may have been cleaned out more than once. Few 18th century artifacts. Apparantly the only feature fully excavated.
18FR134 Feature 5 (1995)Artifact count unknown.

18FR320Catoctin Foundry  (27 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR320 Feature 1Stone foundation wall, 1979 excavations, clay and mortar floor, nails.
18FR320 Feature 10Stone rubble wall. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 11Stone rubble wall sutting Features 1 & 6. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 21979 excavations. Rubble stone footing. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 30Circular pit, Features 30-36 form a line with NE Auburn pillar. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 31Stratified anomaly, trough filled with slag.
18FR320 Feature 33Sub-rectangular pit. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 34Trough, Feature 34 may represent westernmost terminus of Feature 41.
18FR320 Feature 35UID feature. Gravelly brown loamy fill.
18FR320 Feature 36Circular pit. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 37Sub-rectangular pit. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 4Single stone foundation wall, 1979 excavations. Artifact count 20+.
18FR320 Feature 40Water channel associated with Feature 44. Artifact county unknown.
18FR320 Feature 41Trench.
18FR320 Feature 43Small rubble wall. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 44Water channel, broad, shallow, flat-bottomed profile with gently sloping sides. Associated with Feature 40. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 45Layer of soft yellow sand with clay and mortar. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 47Stratified layers below Feature 5, hard packed clay wth sand and gravel. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 48Two large postholes beside Auburn mansion pillars, only NE post was excavated. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 5Quartz gravel lens, Auburn House driveway, 1979 excavations. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 6Stone wall, 1979 excavations. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 7Small stone spall & rubble wall, 1979 excavations. Feature 38 is the same as Feature 7, but not known during excavations. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 8Stone trough, 1979 excavations. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Feature 9Stone wall, may be related to Feature 4. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Rock ConstructionInformal construction, uneven rectangle of loosely spaced stones and brick fragments. Could not be described as a foundation. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Rock PlatformHard packed slag surface. Artifact count unknown.
18FR320 Small PostholesThree small postholes forming a line extending to southwest of Auburn mansion pillar. Five feet apart. Artifact count unknown.

18FR321Catoctin Bathhouse, Spring, Race  (29 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR321 Feature 1Spring bathhouse, springhouse.
18FR321 Feature 1ASquare iron pipe, drained spring water from Feature 1. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1BSquare, iron box, catch basin for spring water.
18FR321 Feature 1CWedge shaped backfilled trench. Artifact count 30+.
18FR321 Feature 1DRectangular trench dug to accommodate Feature 1R (stone drain). Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1ESquare hole in stone wall with iron grill- air inlet.
18FR321 Feature 1FIndentation in grid west wall, fallen stones. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1GIron pipe, provided water from bathhouse to Auburn Manor. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1IShort iron pipe, support Feature 1S (drain).
18FR321 Feature 1JDepression with post remnant, possible fence post. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1KFence post hole. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1LWedge-shaped cut, backfill. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1MElongated wooden boards, springhouse trough. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1NL-shaped earth fill, loose fill under bathhouse floor over spring trough to accommodate water flow.
18FR321 Feature 1ORectangular or square stone slabs; bathhouse floor. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1PDebris fill. Fill to hold up small section of bathhouse floor.
18FR321 Feature 1QShallow pit, possibly part of trench dug during bathhouse construction. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1RPiled stone, hollow center, drain outlet of water from Feature 1 spring. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1SDouble row of bricks with Y mouth. Drain for spring water under bathhouse floor.
18FR321 Feature 1TElongated wooden boards, springhouse water trough. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1USquare opening in wall with grill. Water inlet into spring troughs. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1VSandy mound lobe with bricks, channeled excess spring water under bathhouse floor.
18FR321 Feature 1WElongated wooden boards; springhouse water trough.
18FR321 Feature 1XSecond, smaller sand lobe with bricks.
18FR321 Feature 1YRectangular stone, entrance step of bathhouse Feature 1. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1Z2Triangular hole, stake hole. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 1Z3Shallow bowl shaped depression, pathway leading to bathhouse entrance. Artifact count unknown.
18FR321 Feature 2Spring, concrete box placed over it.
18FR321 Feature 3Raceway retaining wall, unrelated to 18FR321. Artifact count unknown.

18FR32318FR323 Catoctin/Renner Burial Ground  (36 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR323 CemeteryRange of ages, buried according to Christian tradition, identified boudaries of cemetery. 26 graves ID & sexed. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 1Infant, sex unknown. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 101979 report identifies as young adult male. 1980 report as female, 24-30 years. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 11Female (?), young adult (1979), 35-47 years old (1980). Evidence of arthritis and dental issues. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 12Unknown sex, child (-6) (1979), -3 years (1980). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 13Female, juvenile (+12), also identified as possible male. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 14Male, adult, also identified as female 45-60. No clothing or shroud. Possible dental problems. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 15Male (?), young adult (17 years), rubust lower limbs. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 17Unknown sex, child (+6). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 18Female (?), young adult (21-23), robust lower limbs. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 19Unknown sex, child (+/- 3). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 2Infant, sex unknown. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 21Unknown sex, infant. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 22Male, adult, robust lower limbs (18-24 years), seed concentration. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 23Female, adult (20-30). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 24Female, juvenile (teens) 1979 report. Identified as male (11-13) in 1980 report. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 25Unknown sex, child. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 26Male, elderly (1979 report), male 43-55 (1980 report). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 29Infant. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 3Female, young adult, early 20s. Burial intruded into two prehistoric pits. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 31Infant burial, no traces of bone or artifacts. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 32Adult, possibly elderly (60-70). May be disturbed grave mentioned by Mr. Renner in earlier report. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 33Middle aged, probably male (21-27). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 34Infant (1-2 years) burial within Feature 35 (an adult). Feature 34 coffin rested on top of Feature 35 coffin. Nail manufacture dates indicate old nails still in used after they were no longer being made. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 35Adult femle (45-57), Feature 34 rested on top. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 4Male, adult (33-43), no evidence of clothing or shroud. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 5Sex unknown, child (+/- 4). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 6Male, adult (30-40). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 7Female, age discrepancy- 1979 report identifies as elderly. 1980 report as 35-45. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 8Male, adult (50-65). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Feature 9Female (?), juvenile (12-16), no evidence of clothing or shroud. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Features 16Unknown sex, child (2). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Features 20Unknown sex, infant (fetus) (6-7 months). (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Features 27Infant, no bone or artifacts remained in burial shaft. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Features 28Infant +/- 6 months. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)
18FR323 Features 30Child, 5 years, grave, no traces of bone. (Remains curated at Smithsonian)

18FR324Catoctin/Carty House  (5 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR324 Feature ABrick sidewalk.
18FR324 Feature BSubsurface trash deposit.
18FR324 Feature CShallow trench, 90 degree angle to structural foundations.
18FR324 Feature DBrick slab covered with portland cement. Possible outbuilding foundation.
18FR324 House FoundationFieldstone house foundation.

18FR327Catoctin Race Pond  (1 feature)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR327 Raceway PondOriginally an ore mine, then ore washing pond, the race pond fell out of use by ca. 1900. Revived in 1920's as a stock pond.

18FR328Catoctin Three Ore Mines  (8 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR328 Charcoal FeatureCharcoal feature in Trench 2.
18FR328 Feature 1Box mine.
18FR328 Feature 1ATest trenches within mine with undisturbed natural strata. Base of mine was 10' below surface. Split rails and spikes found.
18FR328 Feature 1BSquared banks of mine at west end of pit.
18FR328 Feature 2Mine. Natural strata with iron ore. Twleve borings drilled into mine showed deposits still in position.
18FR328 Feature 4Mine. Deep iron ore nuggets. Two iron rails found.
18FR328 Feature 6Charcoal road.
18FR328 Small MiddenSmall midden near west end of Trench 1.

18FR333Catoctin Stack 2 Casting Shed  (16 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR333 Feature 1Not mentioned in report, but there are artifacts labeled Feature 1 in field photos.
18FR333 Feature 10Superimposed red sand frying pan shapes at north end of Trench 3.
18FR333 Feature 12Rectangular opening in furnace.
18FR333 Feature 12AThree course fire bricked floor within furnace.
18FR333 Feature 13Pedestal.
18FR333 Feature 14Included rock slag and cinder ash. Refuse trench.
18FR333 Feature 15Ridge feature composed of midden material.
18FR333 Feature 16Wall footing casting house.
18FR333 Feature 2Central basin feature with brick, iron and glass artifacts. Floor of shed.
18FR333 Feature 3Arc cut into sand layer. Possible construction feature related to building of drain (Feature 5).
18FR333 Feature 4Three slabs of iron.
18FR333 Feature 5Stone capped drain. Located in central basin (Feature 2) of furnace shed. 9"x9".
18FR333 Feature 5XHemispherical pit 3'x2' filled with cinder ash.
18FR333 Feature 6Trough filled with reddened sand. Extends to furnace opening.
18FR333 Feature 6AHearth beneath iron hole at furnace mouth.
18FR333 Feature 7Section of another trough contained baked clay veneer.

18FR575Birely Tannery  (27 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR575 Feature 1 Builder's TrenchPossible builder's trench located in Feature 1 (foundation).
18FR575 Feature 1 FoundationWalls 1.5' thick, include east and west extension on interior wall and crosswall.
18FR575 Feature 1 Stone PierCentral support pier for the south wall of the building.
18FR575 Feature 17Square vat with clay lining.
18FR575 Feature 2 DrainBrick lined drain within Feature 2 structure.
18FR575 Feature 2 FloorBrick floor located within Feature 2 structure (Hide House).
18FR575 Feature 2 FoundationBuilding located between and adjoining Features 1 and 3.
18FR575 Feature 207' X 4' tanning vat.
18FR575 Feature 21Circular vat. Barrel-like.
18FR575 Feature 22Rectangular vat with wooden lining. 7' x 5.7'.
18FR575 Feature 25Box-like tanning vat.
18FR575 Feature 28Vat. 7' x 3.3', Lime wash or lining.
18FR575 Feature 29Buried tanning vat, rectangular.
18FR575 Feature 3Beam House. Stone foundation with partial brick floor.
18FR575 Feature 30Post circled by cobbles. Packed in by chunks of limestone and quartz. 0.8' diameter.
18FR575 Feature 31Post surrounded by cobbles and packed in with quartz and limestone. 0.8' diameter.
18FR575 Feature 33Large area of scrap leather and animal hair. 50'x40', 5'x5' area tested.
18FR575 Feature 3ARectangular, wood lined vat. 7.5' x 7'. Box drain, oak floor.
18FR575 Feature 3BRectangular, wood lined vat.
18FR575 Feature 3CRectangular wooden vat.
18FR575 Feature 3DRectangular wooden tanning vat.
18FR575 Feature 3ERectangular wooden tanning vat. Artifact count represents wood sample taken. No other artifacts.
18FR575 Feature 3FRectangular wooden tanning vat. Artifact count represents one wood sample taken. No other artifacts.
18FR575 Feature 3GWooden rectangular tanning vat.
18FR575 Feature 4Possible structural piers or supports. Brick.
18FR575 Feature 58'-10' bed of cobbles. Cobble cart path. No dateable artifacts.
18FR575 Feature 87'x4' rectangular tanning vat.

18FR592Double Pipe Creek  (1 feature)

18FR612SHA Site 2  (8 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR612 Anomaly 2Possibly NE corner of small basin shaped pit. Could be cultural or natural.
18FR612 Structure 1Extant log cabin ca. 1825-1850 with 2 later additions (19th century).
18FR612 Structure 2Extant outbuilding. Possible granary or milk house with deep stone lined cellar.
18FR612 Structure 3Barn foundation.
18FR612 Structure 4Remains of springhouse.
18FR612 Structure 5Stone building foundation west of cabin.
18FR612 Structure 6Ephemeral foundation containing stone-lined well with remains of water pump in center.
18FR612 Structure 7Ephemeral stone foundation east of cabin and NE of Structure 6

18FR633Shriner  (2 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR633 Feature 1Caved-in fireplace associated with residential structure.
18FR633 Feature 3Cinderblock foundation; remains of a storehouse that existed in the mid-20th century and was destroyed in 1972.

18FR636Barbara Fritchie Tea Room  (19 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR636 Feature 1 (1989)Phase II excavation 1/1989. Roughly circular concentration of (mostly) bottle glass, 47 cm x 49 cm and 17 cm thick.
18FR636 Feature 1 (1992)Limestone well, filled & capped. Only excavated to 16" depth. (Phase III-2, 1992, ACS)
18FR636 Feature 10Unit S512 W504: Pit dug through Ab horizon. (Phase III-1, Summer 1989, Goodwin)
18FR636 Feature 10-1 (2000)Possibly a daub pit later used for trash disposal. (Phase III, 2000, Goodwin)
18FR636 Feature 1-1A (2000)Excavated in 2000 by Way Station. Builder's Trench for brick foundation of presumed bake oven. Interior of kitchen building anteroom.
18FR636 Feature 1-1B (2000)Builder's trench for the chimney and kitchen wall on the north side of the small anteroom within the kitchen building. (Way Station 2000)
18FR636 Feature 12Brick paving present in all but the NE corner of unit. (Phase III-I, spring 1989, Goodwin) Only 2 whole bricks collected.
18FR636 Feature 13UID shallow depression visible at the surface of the subsoil. (Phase III-I, spring 1989, Goodwin)
18FR636 Feature 15Upper levels of pit disturbed and mixed with 20th century deposits. (Phase III-I, spring 1989, Goodwin) Possible box privy, either cleaned out, or never used. *Artifact count either 378 or 404.
18FR636 Feature 17Single large ash pit extending across multiple test units. (Phase III-I, spring 1989, Goodwin)
18FR636 Feature 19Small pit extending into subsoil. (Phase III-I, spring 1989, Goodwin)
18FR636 Feature 2Ash pit/lens covering the entire floor of the unit and ranging from 4-13 cm in depth. (Excavated Phase II, 1/1989)
18FR636 Feature 4Excavated Phase II, 1/1989: Laid brick in SE wall of Unit 4. Three visible courses extended 1 meter to the northeast of unit in a line no more than 2 bricks wide. Only one brick (complete) collected.
18FR636 Feature 4-1 (2000)Excavated in 2000 by Way Station. Inside kitchen building anteroom. Limestone foundation.
18FR636 Feature 4-2 (2000)Excavated in 2000 by Way Station. Inside kitchen building anteroom. Builder's trench associated with Feature 4-1 (foundation).
18FR636 Feature 5Possible post or auger hole filled with rock. Circular with flat base. Excavated Phase II, 1/1989.
18FR636 Feature 6North-south extending trench of unclear function in Unit 4. Contained 19th-20th century refuse. (Excavated Phase II, 1/1989)
18FR636 Feature 8Trench cutting across the center of the unit (Excatated Phase III, summer 1989, Goodwin) Artifact count unknown.
18FR636 Feature 9Unit S512 W504: Brick and rubble lens resting on the surface of the Ab horizon in the NW corner of the unit. (Phase III-1, Summer 1989, Goodwin). Artifact count unknown.

18FR7315-1  (1 feature)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR731 Feature TR2-01Very shallow, square stain. Possibly construction or architecture related.

18FR735Reed-Stitely House  (3 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR735 Feature 2Log and board components of base of unidentified log structure.
18FR735 Feature 3Post hole ~80 cm north of log structure.
18FR735 Feature 5Builder's trench related to unidentified log structure.

18FR750Monocacy Blvd Bridge  (9 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR750 Feature 1-1-03FCR scatter, possibly from dispersal of a nearby concentrated cooking feature or dumping of cooking stones.
18FR750 Feature 1-4-01Small FCR cluster, possible related to feature 1-4-02.
18FR750 Feature 1-4-02Cluster of FCR scattered around a charcoal stain. Possibly related to Feature 1-4-01. Possible disposal of rock from hearth.
18FR750 Feature 2-1-01Historic rock filled feature. Possibly a pit excatated to hold a large post. Does not relate to pre-historic components at site.
18FR750 Feature 2-23-01May represent historic postmold or burned taproot.
18FR750 Feature 2-4-01Possible hearth or basket/pot load of stone dumped on the ground. 86 artifacts include only FCR and charcoal.
18FR750 Feature 5-01FCR concentration.
18FR750 Feature 6-01Probably the edge of a hearth feature, the majority of which likely lay outside test unit.
18FR750 ManuportsA "placement" of two manuports, one rhyolite and one rolled sandstone. Was not assigned a feature number.

18FR788PORMARC  (80 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR788 Feature 1Property 1, Lot 68, either house or outbuilding. Possible posthole.
18FR788 Feature 10Circular planting feature, near Feature 11 (another planting feature).
18FR788 Feature 11Rectangular planting feature, near Feature 10 (another planting feature).
18FR788 Feature 12Circular privy. Along with Features 18 and 21, the later in a series of privies on this property.
18FR788 Feature 13Square privy. Along with Features 22 and 57, one of the earliest of a series of privies on the property.
18FR788 Feature 14Square privy. Along with features 16 and 17, one of the middle group (sequentially) of a series of privies on the property.
18FR788 Feature 15Circular trash pit.
18FR788 Feature 16Square privy. Along with Features 14 and 17 one of the middle group (sequentially) of a series of privies on the property.
18FR788 Feature 17Square privy. Along with Features 14 and 16 one of the middle group (sequentially) of a series of privies on the property.
18FR788 Feature 18Square privy. Along with Features 12 and 21 one of the later in a series of privies on the property.
18FR788 Feature 19Square privy. No artifacts w/ TPQs.
18FR788 Feature 2Property 1, Lot 68, either house or outbuilding, possible hearth.
18FR788 Feature 20Square privy.
18FR788 Feature 21Square privy. Along with Features 12 and 18 one of the later in a series of privies on the property.
18FR788 Feature 22Square privy. Along with Features 13 and 57 one of the earliest in a series of privies on the property.
18FR788 Feature 23Irregular trash pit.
18FR788 Feature 24Irregular trash pit.
18FR788 Feature 25Irregular, rectangular trash pit.
18FR788 Feature 26Irregular trash pit.
18FR788 Feature 27Square post mold.
18FR788 Feature 28Adolscent grave. Probably Jessie Cross, 13 year old male who died 1895. Artifact count does not include items recorded only by weight. All items re-interred at new location.
18FR788 Feature 29Adult grave, probably Noble Dean, adult white male, d. 1898. Artifact count does not include items listed only by weight. All items re-interred at new location.
18FR788 Feature 3Property 1, lot 68, either house or outbuilding- possible post hole/mold.
18FR788 Feature 30Child grave, possibly that of 5 month old Margaret Funey, d. 1899. Artifact count does not include items listed only by weight. All items were re-interred in new location.
18FR788 Feature 31Child grave. Possibly that of 2.5-3.0 year old Charles Nichols, d. 1898. Artifact count does not include items listed only by weight. All items re-interred in new location.
18FR788 Feature 32 
18FR788 Feature 34 
18FR788 Feature 36Square privy.
18FR788 Feature 37Circular posthole with post remains in situ.
18FR788 Feature 38Square privy.
18FR788 Feature 4Property 1, Lot 68, edge of brick walkway..
18FR788 Feature 41Privy, square and wood lined.
18FR788 Feature 42Round post hole/mold.
18FR788 Feature 44Tested in Phase I. Artifact count unknown.
18FR788 Feature 46Between 2 privy features, 38 & 41. Possibly related to a structure over a privy.
18FR788 Feature 47 
18FR788 Feature 48Round privy.
18FR788 Feature 49Rectangular trench, brick filled-in.
18FR788 Feature 5Property 1, Lot 68, either house or outbuilding. Semicircular possible post hole.
18FR788 Feature 50Round privy.
18FR788 Feature 51Square privy.
18FR788 Feature 52Square well, dry.
18FR788 Feature 53Square post hole.
18FR788 Feature 54Round post hole/mold.
18FR788 Feature 55Square post hole.
18FR788 Feature 56Rectangular post hole.
18FR788 Feature 57Privy, remnant, displaced by Feature 18 (square privy).
18FR788 Feature 58Amorphous planting feature, circular.
18FR788 Feature 59Circular privy, covering most of 1x1 meter test unit. Deep.
18FR788 Feature 60Rectangular trash pit.
18FR788 Feature 61Square, wood-lined privy.
18FR788 Feature 62Rectangular privy.
18FR788 Feature 63Rectangular privy.
18FR788 Feature 64Property 6; stone foundation pier.
18FR788 Feature 65Circular trash pit.
18FR788 Feature 66Irregular pit possibly related to Features 16, 17, and 67.
18FR788 Feature 67Builder's trench for Feature 16 (privy).
18FR788 Feature 68Property 4, lot 71. North to south trench feature.
18FR788 Feature 69Property 4; porch footer.
18FR788 Feature 7Property 1, Lot 68, either house or outbuilding. Circular possible post hole.
18FR788 Feature 70Water pipe trench.
18FR788 Feature 71Circular planting feature.
18FR788 Feature 72UID irregular rectangle.
18FR788 Feature 73Catalog only, no forms found. Unidentified feature.
18FR788 Feature 74Catalog only, unidentified feature.
18FR788 Feature 75Filled ditch or planting feature. Irregular rectangle.
18FR788 Feature 76Rectangular pipe trench.
18FR788 Feature 77Brick and stone walkway or patio.
18FR788 Feature 78Irregular rectangle.
18FR788 Feature 79Rectangular trench planting feature.
18FR788 Feature 8Property 1, Lot 79.
18FR788 Feature 80Circular planting feature bordering Feature 79.
18FR788 Feature 81Circular planting feature bordering Feature 79.
18FR788 Feature 82Unidentified circular feature.
18FR788 Feature 83Propery 6. Only partially uncovered. Feature date presumably the same as Feature 64 since they are from the same structure.
18FR788 Feature 9Property 2, Lot 69.
18FR788 Feature 90Postmold of probable headmarker for Feature 31 burial.
18FR788 Feature 91Possible fence or railing along west side of cemetery/graves.
18FR788 Feature 92Possible fence or railing along west side of cemetery/graves.
18FR788 Feature 93Possible fence or railing along west side of cemetery/graves.

18FR808Cannon Bluff  (1 feature)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR808 Feature 10-1 

18FR853Burhans  (8 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR853 Base of 1.7Test Unit 1, base of stratigraphic unit 1.7.
18FR853 Feature 2.4Truncated remnant of buried yard surface. Artifact count unknown.
18FR853 Feature 2.5Test Unit 2, stratigraphic unit 2.5. Artifact count unknown.
18FR853 Feature 3.4Test Unit 3, stratigraphic unit 3.4.
18FR853 Feature 3.5Test Unit 3, stratigraphic unit 3.5.
18FR853 Feature 3.6Test Unit 3, stratigraphic unit 3.6.
18FR853 Feature 3.7Buried yard surface.
18FR853 Feature 8.5Test Unit 8, stratigraphic unit 8.5.

18FR984Glenda's Yard  (5 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR984 Feature 1Roughly circular posthole, 0.8-1.0 foot in diameter, and containing 2 large rocks as possible wedges.
18FR984 Feature 2Trunacted postmold.
18FR984 Feature 3Contained remnant wooden post. Possible replacement post for Feature 4.
18FR984 Feature 4Posthole containing several large rocks, possibly used as wedges. Possibly replaced by Feature 3.
18FR984 Feature 5Poured concrete foundation remnant.

18FR989Brengle Site  (6 features)

FeatureFeature Notes
18FR989 Builder's Trench (15-01)Builder's trench for Feature 15-01 (addition to Feature 4-01 building).
18FR989 Builder's Trench (4-01)Builder's trench located in interior of Feature 4-01.
18FR989 Feature 15-01Stone "L" shaped addition onto north side of Feature 4-01 (building).
18FR989 Feature 4-01Unknown building type, stone foundation with oven, builder's trench inside.
18FR989 Temporary WallSoil behind a temporary brick wall within Feature 15-01 (addition to Feature 4-01 building).
18FR989 Working SurfaceSoil within Feature 15-01 (addition to Feature 4-01 building) that appeared to be a working surface.

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