Some Final Images of Excavations

Here are some elevated wide shots of our excavations at the close of the field season. We were really unlucky this year to have very few days of clouds, and therefore many of our photos were taken under less than ideal circumstances. You want an even light so clouds are best, but I guess you can’t have everything you want. On these shots however, we had about ten minutes of overcast sky to to get all of these and they turned out pretty good.

The stamp room.

Going from the stamp room to the wash house.

The upper portion of the wash house.

More of the wash house.

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About Sean Gohman

Currently a PhD Degree seeking student in the Michigan Tech University's Industrial Heritage and Archaeology program.

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