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   A SUPPLEMENT TO: ARCHIVAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE  SĆƏLEXW VILLAGE SITE, DHRT-2 (MUSQUEAM EAST)    by Kyla Marie Hynes   A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS     in The Faculty of Graduate Studies (Anthropology)    THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA (Vancouver) April 2011 © Kyla Marie Hynes, 2011    Contents 1.1 DhRt-2 Map (photo of original on file with LOA) .............................................. 1 1.2 Sketch map of sćəlexw village, author unknown ( Borden Notebook 3: 113)..... 2 1.3 TR1 and TR3 locations (original on file with LOA) ............................................ 3 1.4 Charles House interior and excavation plan (Woolverton 1957) ......................... 4 1.5 Unpublished DhRt-2 reports ................................................................................ 5 1.6 Notebook Index .................................................................................................... 6 1.7 CH West Profile, Pits C and F (redrawn by Kyla Hynes) .................................. 12 1.8 CH West Profile, Pit I (redrawn by Kyla Hynes) ............................................... 13 1.9 CH North Profile joined view (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) ..................... 14 1.10 CH North Profile  Pit J (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) ............................ 15 1.11 CH North Profile Pit K (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) ............................ 16 1.12 CH North Profile, Pit L (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) ............................ 17 1.13 CH East Profile joined view (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) .................... 18 1.14 CH East Profile Pit A (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) ............................... 19 1.15 CH East Profile, Pit G and Baulk (redrawn by Lisa Mak Anth 406) ............. 20 1.16 CH East Profile Pit J (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) ................................ 21 1.17 CH South Profile, joined view (redrawn by Kyla Hynes) .............................. 22 1.18 CH South Profile, Unit C (redrawn by Kyla Hynes) ...................................... 23 1.19 CH South Profile, Unit B (redrawn by Kyla Hynes) ...................................... 24 1.20 CH South Profile, Unit A (redrawn by Kyla Hynes) ...................................... 25 1.21 CH Pit J original photo and rendered plan view drawing (4 in dbs) .............. 26 1.22 CH Plan-view Pit J (42-48 in dbs) showing shell/sand transition of CH-D ... 27 1.23 CH Plan view drawings (0-6 in dbs, north at top of page) ............................. 28 1.24 CH Plan view drawings (6-12 in dbs, north at top of page) ........................... 29 1.25 CH Plan view drawings (12-18 in  dbs, north at  top of page) ....................... 30 1.26 CH Plan view drawings (18-24 in dbs, north at top of the page) ................... 31 1.27 CH Plan view drawings (24-30 in dbs, north at top of the page) ................... 32 1.28 CH Plan view drawings (30-36 in dbs, north at top of the page) ................... 33 1.29 CH Plan view drawings (36-42 in dbd, north at top of the page) ................... 34 1.30 CH Plan view drawings (42-48 in dbs, north at top of the page) ................... 35 1.31 CH Plan view drawings (48-54 in dbs, north at top of the page) ................... 36 1.32 CH Plan view drawings (54-60 in dbs, north at top of the page) ................... 37 1.33 CH Plan view drawings (problems and leftovers) .......................................... 38 1.34 CH presence/absence of layers across units and unit depth variability .......... 39 1.35 CH Post moulds by unit, depth, and diameter ................................................ 43 1.36 CH Post mould index ...................................................................................... 44 1.37 CH Outline of major post mould patterns in plan-view ................................. 50 1.38 CH zones, levels, artifacts, post moulds, hearths ........................................... 51 1.39 CH Hearths/ash spreads by depth, shape, and unit ......................................... 52 1.40 CH Hearth/ash spread index ........................................................................... 53 1.41 CH Other features ........................................................................................... 54 1.42 CH  Pit L miscellaneous features ................................................................... 56 1.43 TR1 Profile photograph 1951 (original on file with LOA) ............................ 57 1.44 TR1 Profile (N 4-16`) with features ............................................................... 58 1.45 TR2 Profile with features ............................................................................... 59  1.46 TR3 Profile with Features............................................................................... 60 1.47 TR Feature index ............................................................................................ 61         1  1.1 DhRt-2 Map (photo of original on file with LOA)  2  1.2 Sketch map of sćəlexw village, author unknown ( Borden Notebook 3: 113) 3  1.3 TR1 and TR3 locations (original on file with LOA) 4  1.4 Charles House interior and excavation plan (Woolverton 1957)   5  1.5 Unpublished DhRt-2 reports    Author Year Title Kelly, Maureen J. 1951 Study of Archaeological  Deposits at Stselax Village, BC Piddington, Helen  1951 Results of archaeological excavations at Musqueam: October 1950- April 1951 Ewing, Anne M 1951 Study of the shed-type houses of the Musqueam Abbott, DN  1955 Preliminary Results of archaeological Investigations at Musqueam, Vancouver, BC Kew, J  1955 Report on Archaeological Investigations at Musqueam, Vancouver, BC  Gillies, Norman  1952 Archaeological Investigation at Stselax Village, Musqueam East  Leeson, Margaret Mary  1957 Archaeological  Investigations At Tselax Village, Musqueam Reserve, Vancouver BC Little, Richard E. (Ted)  1957 Archaeological Investigations At Tselax Village, Musqueam Reserve, Vancouver, BC. Woolverton, Roy  1957 Archaeological  Investigations At Tselax Village, Musqueam Reserve, Vancouver, BC Hills, L  1959 An Introduction to lithic materials used at Musqueam East MacEachern, Di 1959 Textiles of Mountain Goat Wool from Stselax Village Baxter, David N.P 1961 A study of some mammalian remains from Stselax Village Foster, Doug R  1961 Post-contact goods from DhRt-2 (Musqueam sites) Hankey, Adrian A 1961 Plant Microfossils at Frank Charles’ House, Stselax Village, Vancouver, BC Irvine, Moira 1961 Antler Industry at Musqueam East Moore, Turall A  1961 Report on the archaeological excavations of Frank Charles House, Stselax Village, Musqueam, 1960-61  Richardson, Betty  1961 Art and ornamentation at Stselax Village Laforet, Andrea 1971 Coil Basket from DhRt-2 and 2 fragments from Lulu Island Ham, Leonard C 1973 Evolution of the Fraser Delta and the prehistoric ecosystems available to the Coast Salish of Musqueam Kenyon, W.A  n.d The Musqueam reserve a study of trait distribution  Silvertz, Valerie C  1978 Preliminary Report to MIB on Arch. Invest. in progress Angelbeck and Poulson 2002 The Stselax Midden Screenings Poulson, Michelle Diane 2002 Stelax Village, DhRt-2: Analysis of Glass and Ceramic artifacts Poulson, Michelle Diane 2005 Making Choices: examining Musqueam agency at Stselax village  during the post contact period Ham, L and Yip, A 2008 Impact Assessment Lot 283 6  1.6 Notebook Index  1.7- Notebook Index Data Type Note pgs Book/Folder Description Depth Date Field Notes Oct 1951-Apr 1952; Oct 1952-Apr 1953; Oct 1954-Apr 1955, TR 1,2,3 Field Notes 2-52 (TR1)  98-127 (TR3)  N3A, N3B TR 1, TR 3 S 10-30’; W37-55’; E 62.6-E70’ Surface collection  Antler experiments ( page 20)  1951-1952; 1954 (TR 3) Plan View with Notes (rough) 115 N3C TR 3 30-41 in 1954  116 N3C TR 3 N20-25’; E65-70’ 30-41 in Oct 30 ‘54    TR 3 N20-25 E 70-75 43-49 in Jan 27  1955    TR 3 N20-25’ E75-80 35.5 in  Feb 10 1955 Photo record 54 N3B   1952-1953 Photograph 110-111 N3C TR 3 E 60-70’ (2 photos)  Nov 1954 Sketch 113 N3C Houses 1914? With river   Field Notes 55-97 N3B TR 2 (3-d drawing page 77)    1952-‘53 Pit A Charles House S8-13’, W 1-6’ (Artifact #’s: 1551-1600; 1681-1700 and 1995-2000a) Field Notes 30-57;  65-66 N4 A   1956-‘57 Plan View  59 N4 A Douglas fir bark 19 in Nov 3  1956 Plan View  60 N4 A Stake holes 29- 30.5 in Nov 12 1956 Plan View  61 N4 A Yellow ash and stake holes 31 in Nov 17 1956 Plan View  62 N4 A  33- 36 in Nov 20 1956 Plan View  63 N4 A  36-40 in    Nov 24 1956 Plan View  64 N4 A  51-56 in Dec 4 1956 Plan View  33 N4 A   Oct 23 1956 Profile Drawing 58 N4 A Fireplace at S13,W1.3-2.6’  Nov 3 1956 Pit B Charles House S8-13’, W8-13’ (Artifact #’s: 1601-1640; 1771-1777; 1778-1786; 1790-1800?) Field Notes 32, 36, 67-80 N4 B   1956-‘57 Plan View  81 N4 B  14 in Oct 30 1956 Plan View  82 N4 B  36 in Nov 6  1956 Plan View  83 N4 B  42 in Nov 9 1956 Plan View  84 N4 B  42 in Nov 17 1956 7  1.7- Notebook Index Data Type Note pgs Book/Folder Description Depth Date Plan View  85 N4 B  48 in Nov 20 1956 Pit C Charles House S8-13’,W15-20’ (Artifact #’s: 1641-1680; 1951-1965 ) Field Notes 87-102 N4 B & C   1956-‘57 Plan View  103 N4 C  4 in Nov 17 1956 Plan View  104 N4 C  14 in Nov 20 1956 Plan View  105 N4 C  12-25 in Nov 24 1956 Plan View  106 N4 C  24 in Dec 1 1956 Plan View  107 N4 C  28 in Dec 4 1956 Plan View  108 N4 C  33.5 in Jan 8 1957 Plan View  109 N4 C  53 in Feb 12 1957 Pit D Charles House S1-6’,W1-6’ See 1960-1961 below for individual sections Pit E Charles House S1-6’,W8-13’ See 1960-1961 below for individual sections Pit F Charles House S1-6’ ,W15-20’ (Artifact #’s: 3001-3047) Field Notes 110-121 N4 C   1956-‘57 Plan View  122 N4 C  9.5-20 in Feb 19 1957 Plan View  123 N4 C  20 in Mar 2 1957 Plan View  124 N4 C  33-34 in Mar 9 1957 Plan View  125 N4 C  42-46 in Mar 19 1957 Plan View  126 N4 C  48-53 in Mar 23 1957 Pit G Charles House N1-6’,W1-6’ See 1960-1961 below for individual sections Pit H Charles House N1-6’,W8-13’ See 1960-1961 below for individual sections Pit I Charles House N1-6’,W15-20’(Artifact #’s: 1901-1950; 3076-3079) Field Notes 127-143 N4 C   1956-‘57 Plan View  144 N4 C  5-8 in Feb 12 1957 Plan View  145 N4 C  12 in Feb 19 1957 Plan View  146 N4 C  14.5 in Feb 19 1957 Plan View  147 N4 C  14 in Feb 26 1957 Plan View  148 N4 C  17 in Mar 4 1957 Plan View  149 N4 C  24 in Mar 16 1957 Plan View  150 N4 D  30.5 in Mar 23 1957 Plan View  151 N4 D  36 in Mar 23 1957 Plan View  152 N4 D  42 in Mar 26 1957 Pit J Charles House N8-13’,W1-6’ (Artifact #’s: 1701-1761-1765) Field Notes 153-165; 212-213, N4 D   1956-’57, 1959 8  1.7- Notebook Index Data Type Note pgs Book/Folder Description Depth Date 233 Plan View  166 N4 D  4 in Oct 27 1956 Plan View  167 N4 D Two holes turned out to be rat holes 9 in Oct 30 ‘56 Plan View  168 N4 D Also includes fire area N8 W 3.8’ 12-13 in Nov 3 1956 Plan View  169 N4 D  18 in Nov 6  1956 Plan View  170 N4 D  48 in Nov 24 1956 Plan View  171 N4 D  36-40 in Nov 17 1956 Plan View  172 N4 D  38-42 in Nov 20 1956 Pit K Charles House N8-13’,W8-13’ (Artifact #’s: 1851-1900; 1966-1988; 1989-1994) Field Notes 173-190 N4 D   1957 Plan View  191 N4 D Unknown?   Plan View  192 N4 D  8 in Jan 12  1957 Plan View  193 N4 D  10 in Jan 12  1957 Pit L Charles House: N8-13’, W 15-20’ (Artifact #’s 1801-1850; 3051-3071) Field Notes 194-206 N4 D & E   1956-‘57 Plan View  207 N4 E  4 in Jan 12 1957 Plan View  208 N4 E  18 in Jan 19 1957 Plan View  209 N4 E  32 in Feb 19 1957 Plan View  210 N4 E  42 in Feb 26 1957 Title Page: Musqueam East Field notes 1957-58, 1958-1959 Balk A-B (Artifact#’s 3171-3190) Field Notes 215, 220- 225, 244   N4E    Plan View  249 N4E D. MacEachern 33-40 in  Balk  B-C (Artifact #= 3221-3236) Field Notes 225-226, 231, 233 N4E          Balk C- F (Artifact #s =3191-3210) Field Notes 221-222, 224 N4E    Balk K-L N8-13’ W 13-W15’ (Artifact # 3101-3125) Field Notes 214, 216, 217,219 220 N4E    Balk F-I (Artifact #s 3211-3220;3251-3260;3321-3328) Field Notes  225-226, 229, 236- 237, 245 N4E Charcoal sample taken   1958,1959 9  1.7- Notebook Index Data Type Note pgs Book/Folder Description Depth Date Plan View  254 N4F 2 postholes, ash D. MacEachern 23-28 in Nov 22 1958 Plan View  255 N4F Large posthole 30.5 in Nov 22 1958 Plan View  256 N4F Posthole, yellow ash, clay pit 43 in Jan 17 1959 C14 Sample 226 N4E At S1’ W 18.3’ dark house floor, ½’ W of posthole and clay feature; see diagram D=27 in   Balk J-K (Artifact #= 1766-1770; 3081-3094; 3095) Field Notes 215; 216 N4E    Section N 233-234 N4E N13’-15’ W 1-6’  1959 Trenches/Extensions: N13-15, W1-6 (3167-3170;3271-3279),  N 15-15’6” W 1-6’ (3280;3301-3316) N6’-3’ W 1-6’ or 8? And  N0-6” (3241-3250;3261-3270;3281-3295) N 5’6”-N8’ W 8-W13’ (3331-3356) Plan View  258 N4F Continuation of fire in pit J further excavation to N 15’ 12 in Jan 13 ‘59 Profile Drawing 263 N4F Continuation of J North Face at N 15’ W 1-6’  Feb 7 ‘59 Field Notes  219-226, 234, 236- 240, 243 N4E   Oct – Nov 1958 Plan View  259 N4F Thin layer of soft ash 28-29 in Jan 31 ‘59 Plan View  260 N4F  23-32 in Jan 31 ‘59 Balk H-K Field Notes 227, 232 N4E Also flooding at this time; trench referred November 22 1958, H-K photos  Jan  1959 Plan View  241 N4E Ash deposit and posthole section  N 5.6’-N8’, W 8’-W13’ 38-43 Mar 14 ‘59 Plan View  242 N4E Plot of small layer of clay, approx 1-1/4” thick N 5’6, W 8-13’ 48.5- 49.5 in Mar 21 ’59  Balk/Trench G-J (art #s 3131-3166) Plan View  250 NF4 N5.5 W 7’ W 11 ½ to W 5.6’ posthole 3-6 in Oct 18 ‘58 Plan View  251 N4F Fine yellow ash, W.Griffin 27.5- 29 in Nov 1 ‘58 Plan View  252 N4F Ash 41-43 in Nov 8 ‘58 Plan View  253 N4F Solid ash, W. Griffin 38 in Nov 8 ‘58 Plan View  257 N4F Fireplace in centre of house 3-6 in Jan 17 ‘59 10  1.7- Notebook Index Data Type Note pgs Book/Folder Description Depth Date Profile Drawing 261 N4F Profile N 5.6’ W 1-8’  Feb 7 ‘59 Profile Drawing E/H 262 N4F Profile N 5.6’ W 8 to W 13’  Apr 4 ‘59 Surface collection (art #2001-3000) Field Notes 228, 237 N4E    Field Notes 230 N4E Visitors, flooding   Sketch 239-240 N4E Plan of Point House   Frank Charles House 1960-1961 Title Page: N4F264 Field Notes 268-348 N4F, N4G Disturbance from Pit A to Pit I (balk I and L disturbed N6’-8’ and W15’-20’, excavating N5’6-N8 and W13-15’  N6—N8’, W 17.6-W20’ N3-5’6”, W 1-8’ 0-N5’6” W 10-10’, 12’6”-W15’ S0-2-8’, W12’6” W 15’ (c14 sample, page 320) N3’6”-N6’ W 1-W8’  1960- 1961 Plan View  349 N4G N0, W 12’6” 42 in Feb 19 ‘61 Profile Drawing 350 N4H S2, W12’6”-W15’ Foster  Feb 11 ‘61 Plan View  351 N4H S2’0-8’ W 12’6”-15’ Moore 42 in Mar 11 ‘61 Plan View  352 N4H S2’-8’ W 12’6”-15’ Moore 50.5 in Feb? 18 ‘61 Plan View  353 N4H N0, W 13’6” 30 in Feb 11 ‘61 Plan View  354 N4H N0-5’6”, W 8-10” dark floor w. steel stake 6 in Feb 11 ‘61 Plan View  355 N4H No-5’6” W 8-10 12 in Feb 11 ‘61 Plan View  356 N4H S2-8’ W 12’6”-15’2” 36 in Jan 28 ‘61 Plan View  357 N4H N0-5’6” W 8-10’ 0-6 in Feb 4 ‘61 Plan View  358 N4H N0 W 12’6” 24 in Jan 28 ‘61 Plan View  359 N4H S2-8’ W 12’6”-15’2” 30 in Jan 21 ‘61 Plan View  360 N4H N3-5’6” W8’ 48 in Jan 28 ‘61 Plan View  361 N4H N0 W 12’6” 18 in Jan 21 ‘61 Plan View  362 N4H S2-8’ W 12’6”-15’2” 24 in Jan 21 ‘61 Plan View  363 N4H N0, W12’6”-W15’2” 12 in Jan 14 ‘61 Plan View  364 N4H S2-8’ W 12’6”-15’6” 18 in Jan 14 ‘61 Plan View  365 N4H N 3’6”-N6’ W 8’ 42 in Jan 14 ‘61 Plan View  366 N4H S8 W 12’6”-W15’ 22in Nov 26 ‘60 Plan View  367 N4H S2-8’ W12’6”-15’ 12 in Jan 7, 1961 Plan View  368 N4H N3-5’6” W 1-8’ 30 in Mr 12 ‘61 Plan View  369 N4H N3-5’6” W1-8” 36 in Dec 3 ‘60 Plan View  370 N4H N0; W12’6”-15’ not complete  Jan 7 ‘61 Plan View  371 N4H N0 W 12’6”-15’ 6 in Dec 3 ‘60 11  1.7- Notebook Index Data Type Note pgs Book/Folder Description Depth Date Plan View  372 N4H N3-5’” W1-8” 24 in Nov 19 ‘60 Plan View  373 N4H N3-%’6” W1-8’ 21in Nov 19 ‘60 Profile Drawing 374 N4H South Face at N5’6” W 13-15’  Nov 12 ‘60 Profile Drawing 375 N4H Face at W20 from N6-8 and from surface to 60”  Nov 12 ‘60 Profile Drawing 376 N4H Profile Wall N3’0” W 8’ to W 1’0” showing tunnelling   Oct 22 ‘60 Profile Drawing 377 N4H N0-3’ W 8’ showing tunnel in wall  Oct 22 ‘60 Plan View  378 N4H N0-5’6” W1-8’ 56 in Oct 22 ‘60 Plan View  379 N4H N0-5’6” W 1-8’ 6 in Oct 29 ‘60 Plan View Drawing 380 N4H N3-5’6” W8’ 12 in Nov 5 ‘60 Plan View  381 N4H N5’6”-8’ W 13-20’ 32-49 in Oct 29 ‘60 Plan View 382 N4H N0-5’6” W 1-8’ 18 in Nov 12 ‘60 Profile Drawing 383 N4H West Wall at W8’ N0-5’6”  Jan 21 ‘61 Plan View  384 N4H N0 W 12’6 36 in Feb 18 ‘61 Plan View  385 N4H N0-5’6” W 8-10 (just dark floor and shell) 18 in Feb 18 ‘61 Plan View  386 N4H N0-5’6” W 8-10” 24 in Feb 18 ‘61 Plan View  387 N4H N0-5’6” W8-10’ ?  Feb 18 ‘61 Plan View  388 N4H N0’-5’6” W 12’6”-15’ 48 in Feb 25 ‘61 Plan View  389 N4H N0-5’6” W 8-10’ 42 in Feb 25 ‘61 Plan View  390 N4H N0-5’6” W 8-10’ 36 in Feb 25 ‘61 Profile Drawing 391 N4H West Wall at W10’ (N0-5’6”)  Mar 18 ‘61 Plan View  392 N4H N5’6”-S8’ W 12’6”-15’ (in 2 parts) 54 in Mar 11 ‘61 Plan View  393 N4H N0 W10-12’6” 36 in Apr 8 ‘61 Plan View  394 N4H N0 W10-12’6” 30 in Apr 8 ‘61 Plan View  395 N4H N0 W 10-12’6” (explains why 18 in  not drawn) 24 in Apr 8 ‘61 Plan View  396 N4H N0 W10-12’6” 12 in Apr 8 ‘61 Plan View  397 N4H N0 W10-12’6” 6 in Apr 8 ‘61 Plan View  398 N4H N0 W10-12’6” 42 in Apr 8 ‘61 Field Notes 399 N4H S0-8” W 10-12’6”  Oct 21 ‘61 Field Notes 400-403 N4I N 0- 2’6”-N6’ W10-12’6”  Oct 21 ‘61 Profile Drawing 404 N4I N0 W1-7’ not completed  1961? Profile Drawing  405 N4I N0 W 7-12’6”  Nov 4 ‘61 Plan View  406 N4I N2’3”, W 10-12’6” 43 in Oct ‘61 Field Notes 407 N4I N 2’6”-5’6” W 10-12’6”  Nov 4 ‘61 Plan View  408 N4I N0-5’  W 0-5’ Post Mould 60 in Nov 18 ‘61 Plan View  409 N4I N2’4”-5’6” W 10-12’6” 53 in Nov 18 ‘61 Plan View  410 N4I N2’6”-5’6” W 10-12’6” 48 in Nov 4 ‘61 12  1.7 CH West Profile, Pits C and F (redrawn by Kyla Hynes)    13  1.8 CH West Profile, Pit I (redrawn by Kyla Hynes)          14  1.9 CH North Profile joined view (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406)  15  1.10 CH North Profile  Pit J (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406)      16  1.11   CH North Profile Pit K (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) 17  1.12 CH North Profile, Pit L (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) 18  1.13 CH East Profile joined view (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) 19  1.14  CH East Profile Pit A (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) 20  1.15 CH East Profile, Pit G and Baulk (redrawn by Lisa Mak Anth 406)                             21  1.16 CH East Profile Pit J (redrawn by Lisa Mak, Anth 406) 22  1.17 CH South Profile, joined view (redrawn by Kyla Hynes) 23  1.18 CH South Profile, Unit C (redrawn by Kyla Hynes)  24  1.19 CH South Profile, Unit B (redrawn by Kyla Hynes) 25  1.20 CH South Profile, Unit A (redrawn by Kyla Hynes)       26  1.21 CH Pit J original photo and rendered plan view drawing (4 in dbs)     27  1.22 CH Plan-view Pit J (42-48 in dbs) showing shell/sand transition of CH-D       Description of Transition of sand and shell in Pit J (Borden Notebook 4, pages 159-160)  44 in dbs- 1 layer of sand 46 in dbs-  Mix of shell, sand and soil 48 in dbs- Pure shell mostly clam (Northwest corner shows post mould rotted in situ (20-50 in dbs) 49 in dbs-  Pure sand     28  1.23 CH Plan view drawings (0-6 in dbs, north at top of page) 29  1.24 CH Plan view drawings (6-12 in dbs, north at top of page) 30  1.25  CH Plan view drawings (12-18 in  dbs, north at  top of page) 31  1.26 CH Plan view drawings (18-24 in dbs, north at top of the page)  32  1.27 CH Plan view drawings (24-30 in dbs, north at top of the page)    33  1.28 CH Plan view drawings (30-36 in dbs, north at top of the page)  34  1.29 CH Plan view drawings (36-42 in dbd, north at top of the page)  35  1.30 CH Plan view drawings (42-48 in dbs, north at top of the page)  36  1.31 CH Plan view drawings (48-54 in dbs, north at top of the page)   37  1.32 CH Plan view drawings (54-60 in dbs, north at top of the page)  38  1.33 CH Plan view drawings (problems and leftovers)  39  1.34 CH presence/absence of layers across units and unit depth variability  Presence is marked by a ‘Y’ and absence is indicated by an ‘N.’ Blank spaces mark cases where the excavation limit was reached before these layers may have been detected. 1.25 CH layer presence/absence distribution by unit Layer L K J G E A B C F I CH- A/B/C Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y CH-D N Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y CH-E Y Y Y  N Y Y Y N N CH-F Y Y Y   Y Y Y Y Y CH-G Y Y Y   Y    Y  1.25 CH Layer Description and Variability between Units and Profiles Pit Profile Original Description in Profile (top- bottom) Layer Level(s)  dbs L North Loose dark brown floor deposit, shell and ‘floor’ soil, dark brown organic deposit and shell, dark brown ‘floor’ deposit and medium fine shell, shell and floor soil/darker shell/heavy mussel concentration CH- B/C 8 0-48” K North Dark ‘house floor’, concentration of mussel, dark ‘house floor’ with slight mussel, ‘house floor’ with medium mussel, thick concentration of mussel CH- B/C 8 0- 46/48” J North Dark ‘house floor’ loose, dark ‘house floor’ with considerable mussel, ‘house floor’ with high mussel content, dark ‘house floor’ with fine mussel CH- B/C 8 0-44” J East Dark brown ‘floor’ deposit, ‘floor’ soil and ash, floor soil and medium shell, large mussel shell, dark brown ‘floor soil’ and shell, dark brown ‘floor soil’ and fine shell, dark brown ‘floor’ deposit and a large amount of shell, dark brown ‘floor soil’ and shell CH- B/C 9 0-50” G East ‘house floor,’ ‘house floor’ with shell, dark ‘house floor’ with shell,  CH- B/C 8 0-48” 40  1.25 CH Layer Description and Variability between Units and Profiles Pit Profile Original Description in Profile (top- bottom) Layer Level(s)  dbs E East Compact light grey, compact dark grey, compact black, alternate shell and black ‘house floor’ decomposed shell, compact black, alternate shell and black ‘house floor’  CH- B/C 8 0- 45/47”? A East Dark ‘house floor,’ ‘house’ and shell ‘floor,’ dark ‘house floor’ and mussel CH- B/C 8-9 0- 46/50” A South Dark ‘house floor’ CH- B/C 8 0- 45/47” B South Indistinctly stratified dark organic material and mussel CH- B/C 8 0- 45/46” C South House floor CH- B/C 9 0-49” C West Dark ‘house floor,’ dark brown ‘floor’ with medium crushed shell, ‘floor’ deposit large crushed, mussel and ‘house floor,’ dark brown ‘floor’ patches CH- B/C 9 0- 50/56” F West Dark ‘house floor’ CH- B/C 9 0-51” I West Soft brown ‘floor soil,’ little frag. shell, mixed ‘floor soil’ and shell, finely frag. Shell, dark brown ‘floor deposit’ and shell, mussel shell with a little ‘floor soil CH- B/C 9 0-60” L North N/A Not present CH-D N/A N/A L North Shell CH-E 3 48- 62/65” K North Thick concentration of mussel CH-E 2-3 46/48- 57/58” K North Fine Mussel and Sand (between CH-D and CH-F) CH-D 1-2 58/60- 62” J North Fine mussel shell (alt. bands in field- notes-ends in thick shell) CH- D/E 3 44- 60/63” J East Pure Mussel Shell (alt. bands in field- notes ends in thick shell- undulating) CH- D/E 3 50-63” G East N/A- limit of excavation CH-D  N/A G East Shell CH-E 1+? 48” E East N/A- alt. shell and black ‘house floors’ CH-D  N/A E East Mixtures barnacle clam and mussel shell clean - unlike regular ‘house floor’ CH-E 1+? 45/47” 41  1.25 CH Layer Description and Variability between Units and Profiles Pit Profile Original Description in Profile (top- bottom) Layer Level(s)  dbs A East Bottom-Top: Shell layer with slight sand, sand, shell and sand, sand, shell, pure sand (charcoal on top) CH-D 3 46 (in notes) 50- 66/69” A East/ South Not present CH-E  N/A A South Bottom-Top: Shell layer predominately with slight sand, sand, mussel and slight sand, sand and slight mussel, mussel and slight sand, sand and slight mussel, dark floor and mussel, brown sand (4 shell, 4 sand) CH-D 5 45/47- 69” B South Mussel (thin band) CH-E 1 45/46- 47/48” B South Alternating thin layers of clean mussel and sand CH-D 3-4 48- 66/69” C South Crushed beach shell and mussel / lrg shell and mussel alt. bands in field- notes) CH- D/E 1+? 49” C West Crushed beach mussel and shell (alt bands in field-notes- ends with large shell and mud) CH- D/E 4 50/56- 71/73” F West Not seen in profile CH-D  N/A F West Mussel Shell (depth unclear) CH-E 4 51-72” I West Not seen in profile CH-D  N/A I West Clean shell (beginning measure unclear) CH-E 1-2 60- 64/68” L North Stones and Grayish brown clay CH-F 1-2 62/65- 66/69” K North Clay CH-F 1 57/58- 58/60” J North/ Sand and silt/ CH-F 1? 63” (60 notes) J East Silt and stone CH-F 1-2 63-69” G East N/A- limit of excavation N/A  N/A E East N/A- limit of excavation N/A  N/A A East Clay CH-F 1-2 66/69- 75” A South Silt Layer CH-F 2 69-75” B South Clay CH-F 1 66/69” C South N/A Not seen in profile N/A  N/A C West Clay CH-F 1+? 71/73” 42  1.25 CH Layer Description and Variability between Units and Profiles Pit Profile Original Description in Profile (top- bottom) Layer Level(s)  dbs F West Clay Deposit CH-F 1+? 72/73” I West Grey stones and clay (drk grayish brown) CH-F 1-2 64/68- 71” L North Sand and Glacial Till CH-G  66/69” K North Sand and silt (possibly sterile) CH- F/G   62” J North/East Sand and silt (muck)  CH- F/G  63” J East Grey gravel and Sand CH-G  69” G East N/A- limit of excavation N/A  N/A E East N/A- limit of excavation N/A  N/A A East Probable gravel level CH-G  75” A South Gravel Layer CH-G  75” B South Probable gravel level CH-G  75” B, C, F West N/A- limit of excavation N/A  N/A I West Sand and Glacial Till CH-G  71”                         43  1.35  CH Post moulds by unit, depth, and diameter                 Plan view (arrow pointing north) Key (diameter/width): Dark Blue: >= 12”; medium/bright blue: 9-12”; light blue: 6-9”; rose/pink: 3- 6”green: < =3” A B C D E F G  H I J K L Pit:    L   K   J     I       G   F   C   B    A   44  1.36 CH Post mould index 1.27 Charles House Post Mould Index # Description Fill Pi t Lev el Top Dbs in  Btm Dbs in Wdt h in Dpth in Source P6? Possible, small Ash? L 0   2.5 1.50 N profile P5 Triangular Shell/ sand? L 3 13 21 1.5 8.00 N profile P4 Square Shell/soil L 5 30   12 18.00 N profile P10 Triangular Black soil/sand?  L 6 31 39 4 8.00 N profile P11 Rounded bottom Sand L 6 31 35 1 4.00 N profile P1 Rounded bottom Sand L 7 40 54 3.5 14.00 N profile P3 Rounded bottom Sand L 7 37 54.5 3.1 18.00 N profile P2 Rounded bottom Sand L 8 44 54 3.2 10.00 N profile P7 Multiple, 3 diagonal    L 3 18 22 2 4.00 Plan 18- 22 P7 Multiple, 3 diagonal    L 3 18 22 2 4.00 Plan 18- 22 P7 Multiple, 3 diagonal    L 3 18 21 2 4.00 Plan 18- 22 P8 Shallow   L 3 18 22 16 4.00 Plan 18- 22; N4(199) P27     L 3 18 30 12 12.00 Plan 18- 22; N4(199) P86 Small   L 3 18 21 2.4 3.00 Plan 18- 22; N4(199) P31     L 9 51   3 3.00 Plan 42- 48 P13 Large, rectangular, with digging around Rotten wood, nails at bottom K 1 0 45 14 45.00 N profile N4(186; 181) P14 Triangular, “platform”   K 1 0 12 3.5 12.00 N profile; see N4 (173- 176) P18 ? Possible, twisted, joins into P15 Dark material? K 2 12 15 1.5 3.00 N profile P15 Long, thin, rounded  “Intrusive”? K 3 15 28 3 13.00 N profile P16 Rounded bottom “Intrusive” sand? K 3 16 21 2.5 5.00 N profile P17 Rounded bottom Intrusive sand? K 3 18 23.5 2 5.50 N profile 45  1.27 Charles House Post Mould Index # Description Fill Pi t Lev el Top Dbs in  Btm Dbs in Wdt h in Dpth in Source P12 Large rectangular "Dark intrusive house floor with slight mussel” K 6 36 54 12 18.00 N profile P30 ?   Wood K 1 3.5 25 1 21.50 Notes P28   Dark brown soil J 2 9  16 3 7.00 E profile P19 Long, thin   J 1 0 12 9 12.00 N profile; N4 (154- 155) P20 Rectangular “platform post” Dark brown material/wood? J 1 0  15 9 15.00 N profile P23 Rectangular, with Possible pit Dark brown J 2 12  22 6 10.00 N profile P25 Rotted in situ   J 4 20 56 12 36.00 N4(160) P26 Section moved by frost   J 8 48  ?     N4(163) P90  Multiple   I 2 12 14 2 2.00 Plan 12- 18; N4(134) for descripti on of 7 posts P90  Multiple   I 3 14.5 20 6 5.50 Plan 12- 18 P90  Multiple   I 3 14 20 4.8 6.00 Plan 12- 18 P90  Multiple   I 3 14 23 14.4 9.00 Plan 12- 18 P90  Multiple   I 3 14 16.5 2.4 2.50 Plan 12- 18 P90  Multiple Soft dark material I 3 14 33 19.2 19.00 Plan 12- 18 P90  Multiple   I 3 14 15 2.4 1.00 Plan 12- 18 P91 Multiple, 4 in ash   I 3 18 24 12 6.00 Plan 18- 24 P91 Multiple, 4 in ash   I 3 18 24 12 6.00 Plan 18- 24 P91 Multiple, 4 in ash   I 3 18 24 6 6.00 Plan 18- 24 46  1.27 Charles House Post Mould Index # Description Fill Pi t Lev el Top Dbs in  Btm Dbs in Wdt h in Dpth in Source P91 Multiple, 4 in ash   I 3 18 24 7 6.00 Plan 18- 24; N4 (138) P92 Multiple, 11 small    I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small    I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small    I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small    I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small   I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small   I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small   I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small   I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small   I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small   I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P92 Multiple, 11 small    I 5 30 36 1 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P68 Triangular   I 2 10 24 3 14.00 W Profile P66 Triangular   I 3 18 27 3 9.00 W Profile P67 Triangular   I 3 17.5 22 3 4.50 W Profile P62 Rounded bottom   I 4 23 24.5 1.5 1.50 W Profile P63 Thin   I 4 22.5 29 1 6.50 W Profile P64 Thin   I 4 22.5 29 0.7 6.50 W Profile P65 Rounded bottom Dark grey and shell I 4 18.5 30 3 11.50 W Profile P69 Triangular   I 4 19 24 3 5.00 W Profile P61 Long and thin   I 5 29 50 2.7 21.00 W 47  1.27 Charles House Post Mould Index # Description Fill Pi t Lev el Top Dbs in  Btm Dbs in Wdt h in Dpth in Source Profile P59 Rounded bottom   I 6 34 37 3 3.00 W Profile P60 Rounded bottom Soil and fine shell I 6 31 40 6 9.00 W Profile P39  Rounded bottom, top  not visible- blank space  Dark material G 0 ? 30 3.5 14.00 E Profile P22 Multiple, Post cloud with rounded bottoms Yellow ash ? G 2 12  21 3 9.00 E profile P37 Rounded bottom Dark material G 6 36   5 14.00 E Profile P38 Rounded bottom Dark material G 6 36   4 18.00 E Profile P40 Rounded bottom Dark material G 6 34   0.5 14.00 E Profile P36 Rounded bottom Dark material G 8 46   6 6.00 Profile P71  Shallow Wood chips F 1 1 5   5.00 N4(111) P87 Multiple, round   F 2 9.5 20 3.6 10.50 Plan 12- 18 P87 Multiple, round    F 2 12 18  2.4   Plan 12- 18 P87 Multiple, round    F 2 12 18  2.4   Plan 12- 18 P87 Multiple, long    F 2 12 18  12.0   Plan 12- 18 P88 Multiple, 2    F 3 18 24    6.00 Plan 18- 24; N4 (114- 116) P88 Multiple, 2    F 3 18 24    6.00 Plan 18- 24; N4 (114- 116) P89     F 6 30.5 42.5 12 12.00 Plan 30- 36 P57 Long and thin, sand extension at top Sand F 2 12 18 0.5 5.50 W Profile P56 Large rounded Dark material F 3 14 42 9 28.00 W Profile P58 Within H29, triangular   F 8 46 51.5 2 6.00 W Profile 48  1.27 Charles House Post Mould Index # Description Fill Pi t Lev el Top Dbs in  Btm Dbs in Wdt h in Dpth in Source P70   Loose dark matter disintegrated shell C 1 6 12    6.00 N4(990) P53 Rectangular  C 1 5 26 8.5 20.00 S Profile P54 Undecided, possible, rectangular   C 1 4 19 9 15.00 S Profile P52 Long, thin, rounded   C 2 9 23 2.5 14.00 S Profile P51 ? Possible, square, interrupts ash area Dark material C 7 39 45 5 6.00 S Profile P49 Undecided top margin, rounded bottom Dark material C 8 48 57.5 9 9.50 S Profile P50 ? Possible, square shape Dark material, shell C 8 48 60 4 12.00 S Profile P55 ? Possible triangular Ash, dark material C 3 16 39 6 23.00 W Profile P82 Multiple, 3 small   B 2 11.5 14 1 2.50 Plan 12- 18 P82 Multiple, 3 small   B 2 11.5 14 1 2.50 Plan 12- 18 P82 Multiple,3 small   B 2 11.5 14 1 2.50 Plan 12- 18 P83 Large   B 5 30 36 12 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P84 Small   B 5 30 36  3 6.00 Plan 30- 36 P85 ? Multiple, possible shallow- 1 lrg 2 small   B 7 42       Plan 42- 48; N4 (74- 75) P85 ? Multiple, possible shallow- 1 lrg 2 small   B 7 42       Plan 42- 48; N4 (74- 75) P85 ? Multiple, possible shallow- 1 lrg 2 small   B 7 42 45 12 6.00 Plan 42- 48; N4 (74- 75) P47 ``Platform``   B 1 0 16 8 16.00 S Profile 49  1.27 Charles House Post Mould Index # Description Fill Pi t Lev el Top Dbs in  Btm Dbs in Wdt h in Dpth in Source squared P48 ? Possible  post, squared Loose dark material B 1 4 18 5 14.00 S Profile P46 Undecided, rounded   B 5 30 40 6 10.00 S Profile P44 Undecided, thru H18, rounded   B 7 42 56.5 6 15.00 S Profile P45  Undecided, long thin   B 7 39 54 2 15.00 S Profile P43 ? Possible with pit. Near ash, rounded bottom Dark material A 2 6 18 18 12.00 E Profile P42 Separates H16. Margin undecided- broken line, rounded bottom Dark material A 6 33 44 3 11.00 E Profile P76 Small   A 5 29 30/36? 2   Plan 24- 30 P77 Small   A 5 30   2   Plan 24- 30 P78 ? Small, “hollow”? Dark material A 6 30.5   2 6.00 Plan 24- 30 P79 Multiple,11 “disappeared at 36”   A 6 36 42      Plan 36- 42 P79 split long and thin    A 7 37 43 12 6.00 Plan 36- 42 P81 Multiple, 2   A 8 48 54   6.00 Plan 48- 54 P80 Multiple, long thin   A 9 51 56 12 5.00 Plan 48- 54 P80 Multiple   A 9 51 56 6 5.00 Plan 48- 54 P72 Small "Intrusive" material A 1 1.5 6.5 1 5.00 Plan 6-12 P73   Wood A 1 5 12.5 6 7.50 Plan 6-12 P74 Small   A 1 2.5 7 1 4.50 Plan 6-12 P75     A 2 6 12  4   Plan 6-12      50  1.37 CH Outline of major post mould patterns in plan-view  0-6 in:  - large post moulds visible in Pit C (south)  - smaller post moulds (platform supports?) in Pit J (north); - plan view data is missing south (A; B), east (D; E), west (F), and north (I; K; L) - large posts are visible north (K) and south (B) in profile  12-18 in: - large post moulds south and west (C; F; I); many occur in Pit I  - a small cluster of post moulds is visible in Pit B - plan view data is missing south (A) and west (D; G). (Figure 5)  18-24”: - large post moulds visible west (I; F);   - large post moulds visible northwest (L) with small surrounding ones (supports?) - plan view data missing for Pits C, B, D, K - large post mould seen in north profile for Pit K (green box- Figure 5).  24-30 in: -large post moulds visible west (C; C-F; D-F; I) - smaller post moulds south (A) and east (G) - plan view data is missing north (L;K;J) - large post moulds seen in profile south (B) and west (F) (Figure 6)  30-36 in: - an alignment of large post mould visible along south (B; C) and west (C; C-F;  F; I); small scatter west (I);  - plan view data is missing north (K; J) and east (J; D).  - large post mould seen in profile (but not plan) for Pit L (north) (Figure 6)  36-42 in: - large post mould along south (A; B;C) -  large scattering of ephemeral post moulds in A (a possible ‘post cloud’) -  plan view data is missing for  north (L; K), west (F), and east (D; G) -  large post mould visible in profile north (K) (Figure 6)   42-48 in: - large post mould south (B) - medium post moulds north (L) -plan view data is missing north (K), south (A; C), and east (D; G).  48-54 n: - one large post mould south (A); “rotten stump” visible north (J)  - plan view data is missing for Pits C, I, L, K, G, and D          51  1.38 CH zones, levels, artifacts, post moulds, hearths   Zones Levels in A PM > 1’ Sq  Hearths  (red=basin;blue=mound; purple=mound/basin; yellow=ash spread) U   1: 0-6  46 14 1 6 2: 6-12  66 17 2 1 3.12-18  65 26 6 2 4.18-24  42 6 1  5.24-30  42 18 1  6.30-36  44 12 2 1 7.36-42  49 9 2  M 8.42-48  55 7 0  9.48-54  33 3 1  10.54-60 25 0 0   L 11.60-66 4 0 0  12.66-72  ? 0 0   13: 72+ ? 0 0  A= # of artifacts (taken from Leeson 1957); PM= # of post moulds;  <1’= # of post moulds <1’ (30.5 cm); sq= # of post moulds with squared bottoms 52  1.39 CH Hearths/ash spreads by depth, shape, and unit 53  1.40  CH Hearth/ash spread index # Unit Shape Levels Top Dbs in Btm Dbs in Lgth in Thk in Source H1 L basin 7,8 39 45 53+ 6 N profile H2 L basin/mound 3,4,5 15 27 54 + 11 N profile H3 L basin 2 9 12 54 3 N profile H4 K basin 2,3 12 18 27+ 6 N profile H9? K ash spread 2 6 12 ? 6 N4:195-196; Plan H10? K basin/mound 8 44 45.5 ? 1.5 N4:183 H5 J basin 8,9 45 51 20+ 6 N profile H6 J basin/mound 3,4 12 21 48 9 N profile H13 J-G basin 2,3 9 14 144 5 E profile H8 J ash spread 5 24 27 ? 3 N4:156 H11  J ash spread 6 36 39 ? 3 N4:158 H12 J ash spread 8 44 46 ? 3 N4: 159 H7 G ash spread 2 11 13 48 + 2 E profile H14 G basin 8 36 39 48 + 3 E profile H15 G basin 9 45 49 24+ 4 E Profile H16 A basin 6,7 35 40.5 30 3 E Profile H17 A basin 2 8 10 42+ 3 S Profile H18 B mound 8 42 48 17+ 6 S Profile H19 B basin/mound 7 36 41 49+ 5 S Profile H20 C mound 5,6 27 31 32 4 S Profile H21 C basin/mound 1,2,3 6 16 48 10 S Profile H22 C basin 8 42 48 31 4 W Profile H23 C mound 6,7,8 32 43 30+ 5 W Profile H24 C ash spread 5 26 27 11+ 1 W Profile H25 C basin 1,2,3 3 17 48+ 14 W Profile H26 F mound 9,10 54 58 21+ 4.5 W Profile H27 F basin/mound 7,8 38 45 30+ 3 W Profile H28 F basin 5 23.5 27 16 3.5 W Profile H29 F mound 9 49 54 48+ 2.5 W Profile H30 I basin 6,7 32 40 60+ 8 W Profile H31 I basin/mound 2,3,4 10 23 60+ 13 W Profile           54  1.41 CH Other features  # Description Pit Profile/Plan Fill Depth Width F21 Group of stones associated with charcoal F 48-54 in    F24 Fireplace stones I 42-48 in, N4:140    F13 Long thin Depression with FCR A 24-30 in     F10? Loose house floor pit  A South Loose house floor 22-38 in 14 in P41 Rounded bottom G East Dark 12-24 in 10 in F12 Clay pit hollow basin into wall C West Clay 42-52 in 12 in+ F13 Pit basin C West Dark house floor 1-6 in 10 in F23 Pit I 36-42 Plan; N3’W18’ Compact grey clay 36-42in  P49? Pit or possible post C South ‘house floor’ 48-57.5 in 9 # Description Pit Profile/Plan Fill Depth Width F1 Layer with basin shaped dip at W end and sharp post (P10) L North Sand and black floor soil 31-34 in 31 in F11 Shell and ash area in 3 parts B South Shell and ash 9-16 in 45 in F12 Wood frags and slab of Douglas fir bark A 18-24 plan Wood 19 in  F14? Lrg area labelled ‘dark house floor’ F West dark house floor 27-54 in 23 in F16 Mussel band with soft dark soil between F West Mussel, soft dark 9-17 in  F17 Long thin band of mussel F West Mussel 3-5 in  F22 Charcoal I 0-6 plan Charcoal 8 in  F3 Lens of charcoal slants to the right K North charcoal 34-37 in 18 in F4 Charcoal K North charcoal 18-21.5 in 27 in F5 Pocket of dark grey soil unknown J East Clay,dark brown   55  # Description Pit Profile/Plan Fill Depth Width F6? Structure underlying ash may be post? K Notes/Plan ? 11 in  F7 Line of charcoal A East charcoal 51 in 60 in+ F8 Line of sand A East Sand 38-45 in 42 in F9 Shell area with bulbar pocket at end A East Shell 9-15 in 24 in F2 N side of ash edge straight as if log lain there later described in notes as area where “dancer may have emerged” L Plan/Notes ? 32 in  F20 Rectangular “possible cupboard or hidden area for ceremonial purposes” (same as F2?) L Plan 42-48 ? 42 in                   56  1.42 CH  Pit L miscellaneous features       ‘soft spot where fire log lay’  30-36 in dbs  ‘possible cupboard or hidden area where a dancer may have emerged’ 42-28 in dbs  57  1.43 TR1 Profile photograph 1951 (original on file with LOA)          58  1.44 TR1 Profile (N 4-16`) with features  1= Post mould, extending just beneath topsoil, indicates extension of house into this area 2= Rock oven feature (lower village zone) 3=Hearth, mound and basin shape (lower village zone) 4= Possible pit or post (lower village zone) 5= possible pit or post in southern portion of profile (not pictured in this figure)      59  1.45 TR2 Profile with features 1= post mould  2= post mould 3= post mould 4= post mould 5= gummy occupational layer 6= black ash directly above        the subsoil (Borden      Notebook 3: 55-95)                                    60  1.46 TR3 Profile with Features  Refer to TR3 feature index for number key (section 1.46)       61  1.47 TR Feature index   1.32 TR Feature-Description Profile  Approximate Location TR1 features 1 Post mould, approximately 12 in (30.5cm) wide by 24 in(61cm) deep with squared bottom West face: N4-16’ Just under the cultivated topsoil extending into sloping upper layers  2 Hearth (2 components) -lower: basin shaped with black ash/ mussel; upper: mound shaped with yellow ash, approximately 30 in (76.2cm) wide, 6 in (15.2cm) thick West face: N5.5-8’ Just below upper sloping layers  3 ‘Rock oven,’ approximately 6-12 in (15.2- 30.5cm) thick, 42-48 in (106.7-121.9cm) wide West face: N9.5-13’ On top of  alternating mussel and sand layers, bounded north by a disturbed area 4 Pit/Possible Post, wide at top, 9 in(22.9cm), tapering to a triangular bottom West face: N8.5-9.25’ 5.25 ft below surface within sand and alternating mussel layers 5 Possible pit/post, Filled with dark organic material, approximately 6 in (15.2cm) wide and 9 in (22.9cm) deep West face: S 22-23’ within sloping layers of dark material and mussel in the  southern portion of TR1 TR2 Features 1 Post mould: long and thin, approximately 3 in (7.6cm) by 18 in (45.7cm) long with triangular bottom 3.75-4’ North 51 in(129.5cm) below surface excavated into top of black ash and sand layer 2 Post mould with triangular bottom, approximately 9 in (22.9cm) wide by 18 in (45.7cm) deep 12-13’ North Within alternating light sand and mussel 3 Post mould 3 in (7.6cm) by 12 in (30.5cm) deep 13.25-13.5’ North Within alternating light sand and mussel  4 Post mould: long and thin, approximately 3” (7.6cm) wide 18 in (45.7cm) deep 16.25-16.5’ North within the gummy dark  layer 5 Gummy occupational layer  up to 3 in (7.6cm) thick 11-20’ North Directly below sloping mussel deposits 6 Possible hearth area? Black ash and sand area Entire area Mentioned in N3: pg 55- 95, just below sterile sand TR3 Features 1 Post mould, slanted, approximately 3 in (7.6cm) thick,   North face at N25’ (E60- 70’) Within sloping upper layers of mussel under cultivated topsoil 2 Post mould, approximately 3 in (7.6cm) thick North face at N25’(E60-70’) Within sloping upper layers of mussel under cultivated topsoil 3 Possible pit or post mould North face at N25’(E60-70’) Just under disintegrated mussel 62   1.32 TR Feature-Description Profile  Approximate Location 4 Possible post mould North face at N25’(E60-70’) Under disintegrated mussel and between ash layers 5 Post mould or possible pit North face at N25’(E60-70’) Under disintegrated mussel and between ash layers 6 Post mould North face at N25’(E60-70’) Within mussel, above yellow ash 7 Post mould North face at N25’(E60-70’) Within mussel, above yellow ash 8 Post mould North face at N25’(E60-70’) Extends into subsoil 21 Rock oven, black ash and rocks, approximately 24 in (61cm) wide North face at N25’(E60-70’) Within mussel and ash mix 9 Possible post mould, approximately 3 in wide and 12 in (30.5 cm) deep West face at E60’ (N20- 25’) Within upper sloping layers of mussel with barnacle, dark mussel, ash, and charcoal, just under topsoil 10 post mould, approximately 3 in wide and 12 in (30.5 cm) deep West face at E60’ (N20- 25’) Within upper sloping layers of mussel with barnacle, dark mussel, ash, and charcoal, just under topsoil 11 Post mould West face at E60’ (N20- 25’) Within sand/gravel mussel and ash extending into sterile sand 12 Possible post, may be just undulation in sand West face at E60’ (N20- 25’) Within sand/gravel mussel and ash extending into sterile sand 13 post mould, approximately 6 in (15.2 cm) thick and 12 in (30.5cm) deep North face at N25’ (E73- 80’) Just under cultivated topsoil 14 post mould North face at N25’ (E73- 80’) Under mussel within subsoil 15 Post mould, approximately 18 in (45.7cm) wide and 24 in (61cm) deep, elliptical shaped, loose fill of large fragmentary mussel, FCR, and dark soil, possible house post? (Kew 1955:30) North face at N25’ (E73- 80’) Extends from dark material and mussel into subsoil 16 Post mould, approximately 12 in (30.5cm) deep North face at N25’ (E73- 80’) Within dark soil and mussel  17 Post mould, approximately 3 in (7.6cm North face at Within dark soil and 63   1.32 TR Feature-Description Profile  Approximate Location thick) and 12 in (30.5cm) deep N25’ (E73 mussel 18 Post mould, approximately 3 in (7.6cm thick) and 6” deep North face at N25’ (E73 Within dark soil and mussel 19 post mould, approximately 6 in (15.2cm) wide and 24 in (61cm) deep, fill of loose mussel, cracked rocks, fish bones North face at N25’ (E73- 80’) Within dark soil and mussel extends to subsoil 20 Rock filled fire pit covered with 3 in layer of black ash North face at N25’ (E73- 80’) Just above subsoil  (Abbott 1955:11; Kew 1955:29-31; N3:25)                                   

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