Aerial Photography and the Search for Chicone Indian Town

Davidson, Thomas E.; Hughes, Richard
July 1986
Archaeology;Jul/Aug86, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p58
Relates the experiences of a group of archaeologists in searching for the Chicone Indian town in Maryland. Early documents indicating that the town was in between Chicone Creek and Marshyhope Creek; Probable site of the town determined through aerial photography; Sizes and shapes of soil marks which help identify archaeological sites.


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