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Survey was done along Beal Street in 2009 to check for the archaeological sensitivity. The shovel test pits were done every 5 meters to have a good sample of the area. All soil was screened.

Survey was done primarily around Beal Street in 2009 to check for the archaeological sensitivity. The survey revealed a number of unexpected archaeological finds. This image displays stratigraphy extremely well.

These artifacts were found during the Beal Street Excavation in 2009. Small artifacts like a button, coin and shell are recovered during the screening process.

This portion of plaster was recovered during a archaeological done at Beal Street in 2009. It has the letters “Moor” in cursive script written on it. During archival work it was found that this piece of plaster was from a wall in College Hall…