Shiloh Mounds Archeological Project

 

Photographic catalog - November 5, 2003

SEAC archeologists Christopher Lydick (left), Robert Moses (right), and SEAC crew chief Chuck Lawson (center) filling sandbags on the southwestern apron of Mound A (facing NE).

SEAC archeologists Christopher Lydick (right), Robert Moses (left), and SEAC crew chief Chuck Lawson (center) filling sandbags on the southwestern apron of Mound A (facing NE).

SEAC field crew filling sandbags on the southwestern apron of Mound A (facing NE).

(L to R) SEAC crew chief Chuck Lawson, project leader John Cornelison, and SEAC archeologists Robert Moses, Christopher Lydick, and Steven Kidd filling sandbags on the southwestern apron of Mound A (facing NW).

(L to R) SEAC crew chief Chuck Lawson, project leader John Cornelison, and SEAC archeologists Robert Moses, Christopher Lydick, and Steven Kidd filling sandbags on the southwestern apron of Mound A (facing NW).

(L to R) SEAC archeologists Robert Moses, Christopher Lydick, SEAC crew chief Chuck Lawson, SEAC archeologist Steven Kidd, and project leader John Cornelison filling sandbags on the southwestern apron of Mound A (facing SSW).

 

(L to R) SEAC archeologists Robert Moses, Christopher Lydick, SEAC crew chief Chuck Lawson, SEAC archeologist Steven Kidd, and project leader John Cornelison filling sandbags on the southwestern apron of Mound A (facing SSW).

(L to R) SEAC archeologists David Bleckley, Ehren Habela, Donna Jean Rausch, and Case Robbertson screening mound fill at the northern waterscreening station (facing NE).

(L to R) SEAC archeologists David Bleckley, Ehren Habela, Donna Jean Rausch, and Case Robbertson screening mound fill at the northern waterscreening station (facing NE).

(L to R) SEAC archeologists David Bleckley, Ehren Habela, Donna Jean Rausch, and Case Robbertson screening mound fill at the northern waterscreening station (facing NE).

A tugboat pushing a series of bulk liquid transport barges around the bend in the Tennessee River above which is located the Mound A excavations (facing SE).

SEAC archeologists Christopher Lydick (left) and Steven Kidd (right) profiling the western wall of the main Mound A excavation trench (facing SE).

 

(L to R) project volunteer Shawn Moore and SEAC archeologists David Bleckley and Ehren Habela continue to excavate the exploratory test units dug into the western profile of the 'backhoe trench' on the southeastern side of Mound A (facing N).

A bald eagle flying gracefully across the Tennessee River (facing E).

Excavation of the exploratory test excavation units into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A continues as project leader John Cornelison (far right) and reporter Michael Finger talk about the project thus far (facing NNW).

A TVA (or possibly US Army Corps of Engineers) work barge passes beneath the excavations at Mound A while en route upriver to Pickwick Dam (facing E).

(blurry shot) N43 E180-E181 (floor at 622 cmbd).

N43 E180-E181 (floor at 622 cmbd).

 

Intentionally Blank

N43 E180-E181 (floor at 622 cmbd).

N43 E180-E181 (floor at 622 cmbd).

N43 E180-E181 (floor at 622 cmbd).

N43 E180-E181 (floor at 622 cmbd).

N43 E180-E181 (floor at 622 cmbd).

 

 

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