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Lab number
M-176
Material dated
Charcoal
Locality
Chenango County
Submitter
W.A. Ritchie
Date uploaded
September 8, 2021
Updater
Wyoming Team
Date updated
December 31, 2020
Measured Age
1050 ± 125
Normalized Age
1050 ± 125
δ13C (per mil)
-25.0
Significance
Late Woodland
Context
Charcoal found by Theodore Whitney, New Berlin, New York, with partially cremated skeleton accompanied by grave goods. The site is very early Owasco with marked transitional features from Point Peninsula and is highly significant from the point of view of
Comments
burial 1, a partially cremated skeleton, with Levanna and Jack's Reef points, and corded pottery, Hunter's Home phase

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