with coarse sand and fine-ground quartz. The second type (B) lacks discernible exterior markings and has a very light brown body color. The compact clay paste contains some fine crushed quartz. Due to the fragmented nature of the pottery, it could not be given a specific pottery type. This site represents a camp or domestic site dating to the Woodland period with a domestic scatter likely representing secondary deposits dating from the mid-nineteenth through early-twentieth century. The recovery of prehistoric pottery within the artifact assemblage dates this site to the Woodland period. The quantity of lithic debitage and a biface in combination with the size and location of the site indicated the possibility that this site may have supported long term or seasonal habitation. This information in conjunction with the site’s location on a flood plain indicates the potential for buried horizons at this site. 84% 48 13% 1% 1% 1% Biface/Tool Core Fragment Groundstone Lithic Debitage Pottery Figure 25: Prehistoric Artifact Assemblage from Site 44FQ0248.
40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Angular Debris Primary Flake 49 Secondary Flake Figure 26: Lithic Analysis of Site 44FQ0248. Type A Type B Tertiary Flake Photo 12: Two Types of Native American Pottery Recovered from Site 44FQ0248.