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Sites Recorded by Johnson (1988). Numbers represent the number of St. Johns series pottery sherds recovered during his survey.

Sites Recorded by Johnson (1988). Numbers represent the number of St. Johns series pottery sherds recovered during his survey.

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... inspection and shovel sampling on private lands where access and testing were granted by property owners. Unfortunately, the exact locations and number of shovel tests dug during this project were not reported, but Figure 6 depicts the location of the 13 sites recorded by Johnson (1988) between grant and Shields Mounds. it should be kept in mind that these site boundaries reflect landowner restrictions more than they do the actual spatial dimensions and number of archaeological sites situated between the two large sand mounds. as Figure 6 reveals, the quantity of St. Johns ii pottery is highest at sites closest to the Shields and grant Mounds as well as near the river. ...
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... the exact locations and number of shovel tests dug during this project were not reported, but Figure 6 depicts the location of the 13 sites recorded by Johnson (1988) between grant and Shields Mounds. it should be kept in mind that these site boundaries reflect landowner restrictions more than they do the actual spatial dimensions and number of archaeological sites situated between the two large sand mounds. as Figure 6 reveals, the quantity of St. Johns ii pottery is highest at sites closest to the Shields and grant Mounds as well as near the river. the three sites (8DU5597, 5598, 5599) immediately surrounding Grant Mound were each marked by a spread of shell ranging from a light scatter to dense, well-packed, shell middens replete with vertebrate animal bone in areas closer to the burial mound. ...