September 1988
Archaeology;Sep/Oct88, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p23
Focuses on the excavation of Archeo-Tec, a consulting firm headed by Allen G. Pastron, at the site of one of the earliest Chinese fishing villages in San Francisco, California. Artifacts; Brown-glazed stoneware food-storage vessels; Discovery of miniature Chinese boats; Evidence that the site represents one of the earliest centers of Chinese settlement in California.


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