Site 1Ha19 is a Protohistoric Period village site in the Warrior River drainage of central Alabama. Based on radiocarbon dates and ceramics, the site was occupied during the 1600s. Excavated remains included 23 features (refuse pits, ash pits, charred corn pits) and 22 burials. Animal remains included 18 species of invertebrates and 11 species of vertebrates. Pottery analysis aided greatly in establishing a classification of Moundville IV Phase ceramics in the region.
This series of photographs from excavations at 1Ha19 in the Warrior River drainage of central Alabama is offered as an addendum to a research publication (now out-of-print) which was authored by Caleb Curren and funded by the Alabama Historical Commission, the University of Alabama Museum of Natural History, and the Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission.The downloads are gratis. Donations for continued research can be sent to: Archeology Ink, P.O. Box 30576, Pensacola, Florida. Please reference our website (Archeology Ink) if any of the images are used.