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The Hatfield Site, Some Technical Information
The Hatifeld site (36WH678) is a large, multi-component archaeological site located approximately 30 km south of Pittsburgh in North Strabane Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania. The site was recorded in 1980 by Kenneth L. Fischer, a former Research Associate of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and a long-time member of the Allegheny Chapter No. 1 of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology. Since 2007, the Allegheny Chapter has conducted excavations at the site as part of a public outreach program. This page is intended to provide other archaeologists with more technical information about the results of the chapter's archaeological investigation. It will be updated as data and interpretations become available. Analysis of Lithic and Ceramic Artifacts from Select Excavation Units at the Hatfield Site (36WH678): Modeling Lithic Procurement Patterns and Measuring Ceramic Variation
by Jason Espino, Andrea Boon, Ashley Brown, and Callista Holmes
download THIS Adobe PDF file Ceramic Analysis Tables of Surface-collected Pottery Sherds from the Hatfield Site
by William C. Johnson
download THIS Adobe PDF file Archaeological Prospection of the Hatfield Site (36WH678)
by Seth Van Dam, Jason Espino, Ashley Brown, and Marion Smeltzer
Poster presented at the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology, April 13-15, 2012. Clarion, Pennsylvania.
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Archaeological Prospection Poster
Archaeological Prospection of the Hatfield Site, a Monongahela Tradition Village in Washington County
by Jason Espino, Seth Van Dam, Ashley Brown, and Marion Smeltzer (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
Report completed for fulfillment of Specialized Methods in Archaeology: Archaeological Geophysics (IUP Anth 584) course requirements.
download THIS Adobe PDF file Faunal Analysis of the Hatfield Site (36WH678)
by Callista Holmes, Andrea Boon, and David Kroskie (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
Paper presented at the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society For Pennsylvania Archaeology, April 8-10, 2011. Morgantown, Pennsylvania
download THIS Adobe PDF file The Hatfield Site: A Monongahela Tradition Village in Washington County Pennsylvania
by G Travis Bercel and Jason Espino.
Paper delivered at the 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology, April 9-11, 2010 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
download THIS Adobe PDF file Hatfield Site (36Wh678): Initial Site Visit
by Brian L. Fritz and Amanda L. Valko
Report prepared for the Allegheny Chapter #1 of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology.
download THIS Adobe PDF file Hatfield Site AMS C-14 date for sample ISGS-A1409 determined by the Illinois State Geological Survey
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