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Archaeological Survey and Limited Evaluation, Kentland Farm Historic and Archaeological District (060-0202), Montgomery County, Virginia

Research Summary

The William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research (WMCAR) conducted an archaeological assessment of Site44MY260 at Kentland Farm in Montgomery County, Virginia, from June 28-30 and July 26-30, 2004. The purpose of this investigation was to provide specific information concerning the nature and distribution of archaeological resources within the project area. Ultimately, the assessment is intended to be used as a management plan for making land use decisions in a manner sympathetic to the preservation of significant archaeological resources associated with the Kentland farmhouse

Source: p. 35 in WMCAR survey.

Project Personnel

Project director: Joe B. Jones
Author and field project supervisor: William H. Moore
Survey crew members: Jack Aube, Fred, Lumb, and Oliver Mueller-Heubach
Historical artifact analysis and data management: Debbie Davenport
Prehistoric artifact analysis: Jefferson Green
Report production: David Lewes
Final illustrations: Eric Again

The project was carried out with the support and assistance of Kentland Farm Director, Dwight Paulette. Thomas Klatka of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources' Roanoke Preservation Office facilitated the project and provided guidance and instructive comments during the fieldwork and draft production process.

Archaeological Survey and Limited Evaluation, Kentland Farm Historic and Archaeological District [.pdf 3.8Mb]
prepared by: William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research



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