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Topographic Map of Grant Mound locating Jones' Units A through C and Thunen's Units 1 through 4. Elevation in feet above river. Map adapted from Jones (1986b).

Topographic Map of Grant Mound locating Jones' Units A through C and Thunen's Units 1 through 4. Elevation in feet above river. Map adapted from Jones (1986b).

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Context 1
... dug two test pits on the highest part of the existing tumulus in the western part of the eastern lot and a third test pit in the southeastern part of the mound; all units were 50 by 100 cm ( Figure 5). in the northwestern unit, along the western property line, he encountered an intact section of mound that included human remains, deposits of red ochre, and thin layering of colored sands, whereas the other two tests revealed "fill from Moore's excavation" (Jones 1986b:5-7). ...
Context 2
... mechanized removal of mound fill, the landowner granted thunen a brief time to excavate. Thunen and UNF students dug five 2 x 2 m units on and adjacent to the western portion of the mound (see Figure 5). Units 1 and 2 were placed in areas where the mound once stood in the hope of uncovering evidence of initial mound construction and to search for possible features below the mound. ...