In 1931 the University of Alabama Museum of Natural History excavated at 1Tu93/5. During road construction, 19 burials were found at the site ( bundle 3; extended 3;urns 11; badly disturbed 2). Caleb Curren relocated the site in the late 20th century and analyzed the pottery from the site based on collections at the Alabama Museum of Natural History. The surface scatter of artifacts covers a diameter of some 100 meters. Based on radiocarbon dates the site dates from approximately 1570-1700.
Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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Caleb Curren: June 2009