Building C (Joiner's Shop)
Things you need to know about Building c (Joiner's Shop) before you use the data:
- The entire site was carefully hand-troweled and screens were not used for artifact recovery.
- Measurements are in feet and tenths of feet.
- Building c was excavated in quadrats of different sizes over different periods of time. Quadrat size ranged from 4-by-5 feet to 5-by-10 feet. Quadrat 105 is irregularly shaped and is 12.5-by-7.5 feet at its widest points. Quadrat 291 began as a 10-by-10 foot block that partially overlapped Quadrat 108 from the previous year, and then was divided into two 5-by-10 foot units, neither of which were excavated completely.
- F10, the builder's trench along the Joinery's western wall, was neither fully exposed nor completely excavated.
- Modern intrusions of this site include part of a road bed (Contexts 1835A, 1836A, and 1837A) and several root disturbances.
- The approximate size and shape of the Joinery foundation and the standing chimney base, as mapped by Pi-Sunyer in 1957, are recorded on the site map.
- In the DAACS database, the Joinery project is designated as Project "109". Artifact ID numbers for artifacts associated with the project therefore begin with the 109 prefix.