Shiloh Mounds Archeological Project

Photographic catalog - June 26-29, 2001

 

(L to R) Paul Welch, project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay, project leader John Cornelison, and SEAC archeologist Jessica McNeil test computers while preparing for a remote sensing survey . (L to R) Project advisor Paul Welch, project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay, unidentified suspect (background), project leader John Cornelison, and SEAC archeologist Jessica McNeil test computers while preparing for a remote sensing survey of Mound A and vicinity. Project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay using a ground conductivity sensor at Shiloh Mound Complex. Project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay using a ground conductivity sensor at Shiloh Mound Complex. Project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay using a ground conductivity sensor at Shiloh Mound Complex. Project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay demonstrating the archeological value of a flux gradiometer during a remote sensing survey of Mound A.
 
Project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay demonstrating the archeological value of a flux gradiometer during a remote sensing survey of Mound A. (L to R) SEAC archeologist Erin Westfall, SEAC crew chief Chuck Lawson, and SEAC archeologist Ariana Slemmens gridding in new excavation units at the base of Mound A (facing SE). (L to R) SEAC archeologists Ariana Slemmens, Erin Westfall, and SEAC crew chief Chuck Lawson gridding in new excavation units at the base of Mound A (facing NNE). SEAC crew chief Tammy Cooper (left) and Paul Welch (right) using an laptop computer to establish a baseline for a remote sensing survey of Mound A. SEAC crew chief Tammy Cooper teaching SEAC archeologist Donna Rausch how to operate a total station (facing E). Project leader David Anderson using an optical transit near the South apron of Mound A (facing SSE).
 
   
    Project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay demonstrating the archeological value of a flux gradiometer during a remote sensing survey of Mound A. Ground Penetrating Radar machine. Ground Penetrating Radar machine. Ground Penetrating Radar machine.
 
(L to R) Unidentified suspect, project advisor Paul Welch, and SEAC archeologist Jessica McNeil taking a break during a Ground Penetrating Radar survey of Battery Robinette near Corinth Mississippi. SEAC archeologist Jay Sturdevant at Battery Robinette near Corinth Mississippi. (L to R) Project GPR specialist Robert Nickel, Project Advisor Paul Welch (seated), unidentified suspect, and Kay Nickel operating GPR at Battery Robinette near Corinth Mississippi. Battery Robinette near Corinth Mississippi. Project GPR specialists Robert and Kay Nickel operating GPR at Shiloh Mound Complex. Project GPR specialists Robert and Kay Nickel operating GPR at Shiloh Mound Complex.
 
Project GPR specialists Robert and Kay Nickel operating GPR at Shiloh Mound Complex. Project GPR specialists Robert and Kay Nickel operating GPR at Shiloh Mound Complex. Project GPR specialists Robert and Kay Nickel operating GPR at Shiloh Mound Complex. SEAC archeologist Jay Sturdevant. View of Tennessee River from summit of Mound A (facing E). SEAC archeologist Jay Sturdevant at Shiloh Mound Complex.
 
   
SEAC archeologist Pam Edwards holding a stadia rod on the west apron of Mound A (facing NE). SEAC archeologist Rachel Horlings (at machine) and project GPR specialists Robert and Kay Nickel operating GPR at Shiloh Mound Complex. SEAC archeologist Rachel Horlings (at machine) and Project GPR specialists Robert and Kay Nickel operating GPR at Shiloh Mound Complex. A magnetometer used to remotely sense anomalies at Shiloh Mound Complex.    
 
 
  (L to R) SEAC archeologists Donna Rausch, Jessica McNeil, and SEAC crew chief Tammy Cooper establishing a grid for topographically mapping Mound A (facing N). (L to R) SEAC archeologists Donna Rausch, Jessica McNeil, and SEAC crew chief Tammy Cooper establishing a grid for topographically mapping Mound A. Project advisor Paul Welch with a magnetometer. Project advisor Paul Welch (left) and project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay (right) review computer readouts of a conductivity survey of Mound A and vicinity. Project advisor Paul Welch (left) and project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay (right) review computer readouts of a conductivity survey of Mound A and vicinity.
 
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Project advisor Paul Welch (left) and project remote sensing specialist Berle Clay (right) review computer readouts of a conductivity survey of Mound A and vicinity. (L to R) Project advisor Paul Welch, unidentified, and SEAC archeologist Jessica McNeil at Battery Robbinette, near Corinth Mississippi. Project advisor Paul Welch with a magnetometer. Project advisor Paul Welch with a magnetometer.