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US post-med
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San Diego Archaeological Center (3216) , Presidio of San Francisco (1076)

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Sarah W. Kansa, Thad M. Van Bueren. "Test export". (2011) From San Diego Archaeological Center, Presidio of San Francisco. Edited or directed by: San Diego Archaeological Center, [Not named]. Released: 2011-10-25. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/tables/c9c9bc4f3d2f610941aba8c1d0c54c06>

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http://opencontext.org/subjects/B9BB7DBC-E9F5-4E33-24C5-5A545D51F78B Item 20 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Button Bone 1.0 1.9 6.8 2 Flat disc
http://opencontext.org/subjects/680F8C14-2659-478D-CB4E-14739CFC77FB Item 19 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-22 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Olivella H1a (ground disk) Olivella biplicata "H" Series beads were made strictly during the historic period in California, starting in the 1770s and likely continuing until the missions were secularized in the 1830s (Gibson 1976, 1992; King 1978, 1981). The tiny perforations were made with ferrous needles. Despite the prevalence of suitable source material along the entire California coast, a recent study suggests H Series Olivella beads may have been produced exclusively in the Santa Barbara region. Oxygen isotope fingerprinting of four H series beads from CA-YOL-69 in the Capay Valley northwest of Sacramento proved those shells came from the southern California coast (Eerkins et al. 2005). That suggests H Series beads may have been manufactured for and distributed by the Spanish as a tool for gaining converts among northern California tribes. Sourcing of the two Building 39 specimens might be considered to verify whether or not thaey originated from the southern missions. During their period of manufacture H Series beads evolved from carefully made smaller examples with relatively large perforations earlier in time to crudely chipped larger examples with smaller perforations later in time. The earliest examples have completely ground edges (Type H1a), giving way to partly chipped and partly ground examples (Type H1b) by the 1780s and crudely chipped examples (Types H2) by the 1800s. Based on King"s seriation as published by Gibson (1992:24), the beads from Building 39 were most likely manufactured between 1810 and 1822 if they did come from the Santa Barbara region. 1.0 5.7 1 1810.0 c.1830
http://opencontext.org/subjects/7A2DD548-8F87-491B-D985-3D1DB61FED34 Item 18 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Olivella H1b (semi-ground disk) Olivella biplicata "H" Series beads were made strictly during the historic period in California, starting in the 1770s and likely continuing until the missions were secularized in the 1830s (Gibson 1976, 1992; King 1978, 1981). The tiny perforations were made with ferrous needles. Despite the prevalence of suitable source material along the entire California coast, a recent study suggests H Series Olivella beads may have been produced exclusively in the Santa Barbara region. Oxygen isotope fingerprinting of four H series beads from CA-YOL-69 in the Capay Valley northwest of Sacramento proved those shells came from the southern California coast (Eerkins et al. 2005). That suggests H Series beads may have been manufactured for and distributed by the Spanish as a tool for gaining converts among northern California tribes. Sourcing of the two Building 39 specimens might be considered to verify whether or not thaey originated from the southern missions. During their period of manufacture H Series beads evolved from carefully made smaller examples with relatively large perforations earlier in time to crudely chipped larger examples with smaller perforations later in time. The earliest examples have completely ground edges (Type H1a), giving way to partly chipped and partly ground examples (Type H1b) by the 1780s and crudely chipped examples (Types H2) by the 1800s. Based on King"s seriation as published by Gibson (1992:24), the beads from Building 39 were most likely manufactured between 1810 and 1822 if they did come from the Santa Barbara region. 1.0 6.4 1.2 1822.0 c.1830
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F1AE2752-B4A3-4C6D-512F-A688CADB4725 Item 17 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Haliotis Disc Haliotis disc beads were common from Phase 2 of the Late Period into historic times according to King (1978:59). 1.0 1.2 5.7 2.2 1500.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/371C0E5A-EB97-48EE-2A27-B8A862741909 Item 16 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-22 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Clam A1b (medium spire-lopped, 6.5 to 9.5 mm diam) Clam disc beads are considered a hallmark of Phase 2 of the Late Period in the Bay Area and their production continued into the early historic period. Initial manufacture of these beads began around A. D. 1500 (Bennyhoff 1967; King 1978:59). Smaller varieties like those in the Building 39 assemblage were common throughout the known period of production, while larger clam discs were produced mainly later in time. Haliotis disc beads were also common from Phase 2 of the Late Period into historic times according to King (1978:59). 1.0 2.2 5.8 2.2 1500.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/16225034-F7F4-4B58-8ABF-C31F134222A6 Item 15 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Clam A1c (large spire-lopped, >9.5 mm diam) Clam disc beads are considered a hallmark of Phase 2 of the Late Period in the Bay Area and their production continued into the early historic period. Initial manufacture of these beads began around A. D. 1500 (Bennyhoff 1967; King 1978:59). Smaller varieties like those in the Building 39 assemblage were common throughout the known period of production, while larger clam discs were produced mainly later in time. Haliotis disc beads were also common from Phase 2 of the Late Period into historic times according to King (1978:59). 1.0 3.9 6.4 2.4 1500.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/07E7BBB2-30E9-49F3-E47A-78430E4E330A Item 14 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Clam A1b (medium spire-lopped, 6.5 to 9.5 mm diam) Clam disc beads are considered a hallmark of Phase 2 of the Late Period in the Bay Area and their production continued into the early historic period. Initial manufacture of these beads began around A. D. 1500 (Bennyhoff 1967; King 1978:59). Smaller varieties like those in the Building 39 assemblage were common throughout the known period of production, while larger clam discs were produced mainly later in time. Haliotis disc beads were also common from Phase 2 of the Late Period into historic times according to King (1978:59). 1.0 2 7.7 2.5 1500.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/5D808810-FF07-4CC4-D10E-7BC9CB5A89D4 Item 13 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-22 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Clam A1b (medium spire-lopped, 6.5 to 9.5 mm diam) Clam disc beads are considered a hallmark of Phase 2 of the Late Period in the Bay Area and their production continued into the early historic period. Initial manufacture of these beads began around A. D. 1500 (Bennyhoff 1967; King 1978:59). Smaller varieties like those in the Building 39 assemblage were common throughout the known period of production, while larger clam discs were produced mainly later in time. Haliotis disc beads were also common from Phase 2 of the Late Period into historic times according to King (1978:59). 1.0 2.6 8.5 2.8 1500.0 Shell bead typology from Bennyhoff and Hughes (1987)
http://opencontext.org/subjects/BA532376-C8D0-418A-3B6A-951F928B3897 Item 11 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Fish Bone Modified vertebra Beads made from fish vertebrae are rare and for that reason, their temporal significance is poorly understood at this time. However, their discovery with the other materials in the Building 39 assemblage implies they are historic in age. 1.0 2.5 7.6 1.6
http://opencontext.org/subjects/12B41E90-78F1-4BC2-8EC7-7F4144B3FD85 Item 10 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass M3 Simple, transparent, aqua blue oblate spheroid with distinct mold seams at both ends of the perforation and around the equator of the bead. The bead is extremely uniform in shape and was likely made using the "tile bead" manufacturing method invented by the Prosser brothers in the late 1830s (Ross 1990:56; Sprague 1983). In that method, powdered glass was formed in a mold and then fired. 1.0 11.5 No exact matches were identified for this type, but molded beads are generally post-1840 or later in California. Other types of molded beads have been reported at Fort Ross and CA-SON-174, likely dating between 1842 and 1867 after the Russians departed (Van Bueren 1991); CA-INY-5761/H dating between 1860 and 1900 (Van Bueren 2001); in several old Sacramento contexts dating between 1852 and 1900 (Motz and Schulz 1979); and at Fort Vancouver in Washington (Ross 1990). Oblate Transparent Aqua(312) 7.8 1850?
http://opencontext.org/subjects/64C82A2F-1886-4887-3880-D9A6994A17B3 Item 9 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-22 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass DIVa20 Compound, drawn, oblate spheroid with opaque white outside and interior layers that have been hot-tumbled with the result that the ends are rounded. 1.0 3.1 This type occurs very widely throughout California in both early and late contexts. The beads from Building 39 fall into the smaller size population, but those small white-on-white beads occur in contexts that span the period from 1769 into the 1860s in California. This type was found adjacent to Mission Delores in San Francisco (Van Bueren 1999). Oblate Opaque / Opaque White/ White 2.4 368? 1040 1769.0 1860
http://opencontext.org/subjects/EB8F8B4F-57E9-4302-D022-0E4135D2F60F Item 8 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass DIVa20 Compound, drawn, oblate spheroid with opaque white outside and interior layers that have been hot-tumbled with the result that the ends are rounded. 1.0 2.9 This type occurs very widely throughout California in both early and late contexts. The beads from Building 39 fall into the smaller size population, but those small white-on-white beads occur in contexts that span the period from 1769 into the 1860s in California. This type was found adjacent to Mission Delores in San Francisco (Van Bueren 1999). Oblate Opaque / Opaque White/ White 2.4 368? 1040 1769.0 1860
http://opencontext.org/subjects/D1CF1318-3589-4408-E7EC-C4516D8044AF Item 7 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass DIVa20 Compound, drawn, oblate spheroid with opaque white outside and interior layers that have been hot-tumbled with the result that the ends are rounded. 1.0 3.8 This type occurs very widely throughout California in both early and late contexts. The beads from Building 39 fall into the smaller size population, but those small white-on-white beads occur in contexts that span the period from 1769 into the 1860s in California. This type was found adjacent to Mission Delores in San Francisco (Van Bueren 1999). Oblate Opaque / Opaque White/ White 3.2 368? 1040 1769.0 1860
http://opencontext.org/subjects/0955E73F-5790-4C4B-1C93-7A5D6140AAE1 Item 6 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass DIVa6 Compound, drawn, oblate spheroid with an opaque red outside layer and a transparent green inner layer that have been hot-tumbled to round off the snapped ends. 1.0 3.8 This type occurs very widely throughout California in both early and late contexts. However, two distinct size populations have been discriminated and smaller size specimens like those found at Building 39 occur mainly, but not exclusively prior to the American Period (pre-1848) in California. They were apparently distributed by the Spanish, Russians, Mexicans, Hudson"s Bay Company fur trappers and others in the period before statehood. This type was found adjacent to Mission Delores in San Francisco (Van Bueren 1999). Oblate Opaque / Transparent Red (180)/ Green (360) 2 104/105 C6a 1038 1780.0 1848
http://opencontext.org/subjects/6251D31D-1D6B-4DF4-A494-F58A69C32B5F Item 5 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-22 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass DIVa6 Compound, drawn, oblate spheroid with an opaque red outside layer and a transparent green inner layer that have been hot-tumbled to round off the snapped ends. 1.0 3.4 This type occurs very widely throughout California in both early and late contexts. However, two distinct size populations have been discriminated and smaller size specimens like those found at Building 39 occur mainly, but not exclusively prior to the American Period (pre-1848) in California. They were apparently distributed by the Spanish, Russians, Mexicans, Hudson"s Bay Company fur trappers and others in the period before statehood. This type was found adjacent to Mission Delores in San Francisco (Van Bueren 1999). Oblate Opaque / Transparent Red (180)/ Green (360) 2.9 104/105 C6a 1038 1780.0 1848
http://opencontext.org/subjects/A3DED972-59BB-46A5-2D67-63313271D40D Item 4 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass DIVa6 Compound, drawn, oblate spheroid with an opaque red outside layer and a transparent green inner layer that have been hot-tumbled to round off the snapped ends. 1.0 4.0 This type occurs very widely throughout California in both early and late contexts. However, two distinct size populations have been discriminated and smaller size specimens like those found at Building 39 occur mainly, but not exclusively prior to the American Period (pre-1848) in California. They were apparently distributed by the Spanish, Russians, Mexicans, Hudson"s Bay Company fur trappers and others in the period before statehood. This type was found adjacent to Mission Delores in San Francisco (Van Bueren 1999). Oblate Opaque / Transparent Red (180)/ Green (360) 2.9 104/105 C6a 1038 1780.0 1860
http://opencontext.org/subjects/6CDF7230-4D36-49ED-8ADE-38AE6259061E Item 3 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-22 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass DIIa66 Simple, drawn, transparent, colorless oblate spheroid that has been hot-tumbled with the result that the ends are rounded. 1.0 4.4 This type appears to have a distribution that is limited to the period before 1830 in California. It is found at the Santa Barbara Presidio in contexts thought to date between 1782 and 1804 (King 1988: Type C2a); Mission San Buenaventura dating between 1769 and 1782 (Gibson 1976:122); Missions La Purisima and Carmel, CA-SCL-138, CA-SRI-2, CA-SRI-15, CA-SBA-60, CA-SAC-29, CA-SAC-56 and CA-SHA-207 (Meighan 1979); in the neophyte cemetery at the third Mission Santa Clara dating between 1781 and 1818 (Van Bueren 1995); adjacent to Mission Delores in San Francisco (Van Bueren 1999); in four burials at CA-YOL-69 believed to date between 1780 and 1830 (Van Bueren 2005); and within Fort Ross dating between 1812 and 1841 (Van Bueren 1991). Oblate Transparent Colorless 3.3 177 C5a 1060 1769.0 1830
http://opencontext.org/subjects/5ECABCA6-24CB-4D26-F7DD-32FE616B977A Item 2 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-22 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass DIIa39 Simple, drawn, transparent, aqua blue (Pantone 319) tube that has been hot-tumbled with the result that the ends are slightly rounded off. 1.0 5.0 This type appears to have a distribution that is limited to the period before 1830 in California. It is found at the Santa Barbara Presidio in contexts thought to date between 1782 and 1804 (King 1988: Type C2a); Mission San Buenaventura dating between 1769 and 1782 (Gibson 1976:122); Missions La Purisima and Carmel, CA-SCL-138, CA-SRI-2, CA-SRI-15, CA-SBA-60, CA-SAC-29, CA-SAC-56 and CA-SHA-207 (Meighan 1979); in the neophyte cemetery at the third Mission Santa Clara dating between 1781 and 1818 (Van Bueren 1995); adjacent to Mission Delores in San Francisco (Van Bueren 1999); in four burials at CA-YOL-69 believed to date between 1780 and 1830 (Van Bueren 2005); and within Fort Ross dating between 1812 and 1841 (Van Bueren 1991). Tubular Transparent Aqua (319) 4.4 201 C2a 1063 1769.0 1830
http://opencontext.org/subjects/A7EDE6CA-8788-4EF7-D2C3-95ECEA840A05 Item 1 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Glass BIa2 Simple, blown, transparent, colorless spheroid with snapped ends and hollow body similar to a christmas ornament. 1.0 5.1 Blown beads are rare in Spanish and Mexican period contexts in California, showing up in higher frequencies toward the late nineteenth century. This example matches two beads from a circa 1900 context in old Sacramento (Motz and Schulz 1979:27, Figure 3h). Also closely related but with a silvery cast (and thus not entirely colorless) are 33 beads from Burial 16 in the Fort Ross Cemetery thought to date between 1830 and 1841 (Van Bueren 1991), one bead from Mission San Jose (Bone 1975), and three beads from Mission San Buenaventura dating after 1870 according to Gibson (1976:118, 123-124). Distinctly different blown beads occur at the Petaluma Adobe between 1834-1857 (Silliman 2000:399), at CA-SHA-12 in burials dating between 1880 and 1900 (Meighan 1979: Types 114-116), at CA-CAL-S286 dating to the American period (Van Bueren 1983), and at Fort Vancouver in Washington dating between 1829 and 1860 (Ross 1990). Spheroid Transparent Colorless 5 B5a
http://opencontext.org/subjects/248CF319-89F1-46EE-C891-C2E5249D4558 Item 21 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Button Fused shell & green glass 1.0 1.9 11.1 2.5 Flat disc
http://opencontext.org/subjects/179B1CDA-5A5A-49CA-6530-8CF72636EC74 Item 12 Presidio of San Francisco http://opencontext.org/projects/C5B4F73B-5EF8-4099-590E-B0275EDBA2A7 Object 2014-07-23 Thad M. Van Bueren 37.800154 -122.455925 Best available location data 1780 1860 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F665AFA7-821A-44EC-DDFE-7D8070873F6B United States California Presidio of San Francisco Building 39 Artifacts Identification numbers assigned by Open Context editors for bead and button analysis records B39 Bead Analysis Report, VanBuren (2006) Thad M. Van Bueren Bead Fish Bone Modified vertebra Beads made from fish vertebrae are rare and for that reason, their temporal significance is poorly understood at this time. However, their discovery with the other materials in the Building 39 assemblage implies they are historic in age. 1.0 2.8 11.6 3.9
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F651A2EC-309A-463A-97E4-40B216AE58A4 Cat # 8 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.694 -117.142 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BAA38E8D-5E34-4A64-31F1-B4708FB24378 United States California SDI-17430 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Clear Glass 260.0 Liquor Bottle Base 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F9795611-57D3-4DF6-E45D-DC63464C1045 Cat # 7 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.694 -117.142 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BAA38E8D-5E34-4A64-31F1-B4708FB24378 United States California SDI-17430 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Clear Glass 87.9 Ink Bottle 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/43D0AAAB-7EC8-4442-4A4D-B702A9FBA9BD Cat # 3 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-22 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.694 -117.142 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BAA38E8D-5E34-4A64-31F1-B4708FB24378 United States California SDI-17430 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Stoneware 14.5 Handle White 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F5BFAC79-6E35-40FE-1D34-CAAAA94B7B37 Cat # 4 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.694 -117.142 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BAA38E8D-5E34-4A64-31F1-B4708FB24378 United States California SDI-17430 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Clear Glass 57.3 Medicine Bottle "Davis Vegetable Pain Killer" 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/FCA574B5-9730-4737-16FA-6017F602AB38 Cat # 5 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.694 -117.142 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BAA38E8D-5E34-4A64-31F1-B4708FB24378 United States California SDI-17430 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Cobalt Glass 128.0 Medicine Bottle "Bromo Seltzer Emerson Drug Co. Baltimore" 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/9A39E7F2-6119-4C3D-4081-BB7A45D1483E Cat # 6 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.694 -117.142 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BAA38E8D-5E34-4A64-31F1-B4708FB24378 United States California SDI-17430 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Brown Glass 59.8 Beer Bottle Top 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/BF81B5E1-4481-43AD-DA5B-2AFCCE399B61 Cat # 1 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.694 -117.142 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BAA38E8D-5E34-4A64-31F1-B4708FB24378 United States California SDI-17430 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Shell, Unmodified Shell 95.2 Astera 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/61F59EDF-18F7-400D-4B46-9AE7476C8FD7 Cat # 2 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-22 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.694 -117.142 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/BAA38E8D-5E34-4A64-31F1-B4708FB24378 United States California SDI-17430 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Shell, Unmodified Shell 3.2 Unidentified 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/7B14935B-6DB2-4CA4-ECDB-11F9C4CAF45A Cat # 9 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Metal 139.2 Horse Tack Attachment for a lead rope 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/0F7350A1-EB81-40EF-3C30-CA1BBE42BBB1 Cat # 10 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Green Glass 29.8 Unidentified Corigated 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/4958D4D0-D124-44CF-07BE-0EBADF8FA4B4 Cat # 7 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Bone, Modified Cow 33.0 Bone Proximal end of a Humerous saw cut on shaft 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/5DC26EBA-3323-467F-54F8-4D20C2A0AB4D Cat # 8 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-22 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Metal 8.2 Unidentified 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/D459C3A2-9667-4692-6157-4CEE4CBDD959 Cat # 6 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Stoneware 110.6 Whiskey Jug Top Tan and White 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F527B036-DE76-49D7-F8B5-9535A98BD9F4 Cat # 5 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Stone Other Granitic 22.9 Spall 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 2.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/EB9D5AAA-5455-4C74-CDF0-74882562E2E1 Cat # 4 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Groundstone Granitic 319.4 Mano Bifacially ground 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/89C30046-3772-4189-9263-24426F215614 Cat # 3 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Bone, Unmodified Bone 0.1 Unidentified Burnt 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/EB3BB66C-C8AB-4F17-AC10-7A0C3D7C39EF Cat # 1 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Shell, Unmodified Chione 148.6 Shell 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 16.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/7FC480D8-C02C-46B4-A9BC-CED477CCCA3B Cat # 2 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.6812 -117.113 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/F3EB201A-E471-432F-87B4-996FC92F87F0 United States California SDI-17428 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Shell, Unmodified Screw Shell 1.5 Shell 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/1FB1CED9-EF92-4B05-76AF-DA39E794817E Cat # 16 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7081 -117.122 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/10F5F658-EA5B-43E7-9021-626DCBB95995 United States California SDI-17204 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Shell, Unmodified Shell 1.5 Chione 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/C0D1A632-6050-4D67-B188-4F1586C2A6EF Cat # 15 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7081 -117.122 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/10F5F658-EA5B-43E7-9021-626DCBB95995 United States California SDI-17204 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Yellow Glass 55.1 Embossed Vase Star patterns in between a cross with rounded marks on the arms 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/62E2ACC7-73EB-48EB-AC09-36FE361593A8 Cat # 14 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-22 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7081 -117.122 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/10F5F658-EA5B-43E7-9021-626DCBB95995 United States California SDI-17204 SDAC 217 Trench Spoils Catalog Number assigned by the San Diego Archaeological Center (SDAC) Trench Historic Clear Glass 172.7 Embossed Vase Checkered embossing 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0 Spoils
http://opencontext.org/subjects/071A3FB2-23C9-4447-7ABF-E5E71996D393 CAT # 53 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Ironstone 1.6 Saucer plain?; small portion of inner saucer ring 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/2CC9C58D-C6D8-4B11-8F81-0EC648FAEE97 CAT # 54 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-22 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Ironstone 8.9 Decorative "corn ear" on exterior; inner surface only partially glazed (leaf green) 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/7F684AE9-6767-42FA-635E-6330320F8D43 CAT # 55 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Earthenware 5.0 Flower Pot rim; unglazed, gray ware 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/64740098-BD15-4F47-95D6-42E2BBCED5A4 CAT # 56 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-22 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Porcelain 28.4 Fixture 3 holes assemetrically positioned; screw holes & slots; mfg in Brooklyn; (impressed) LEVITON (in a thin line box) 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/116E1067-8954-49E5-16C1-0A542D19AFBA CAT # 57.01 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Porcelain Doll bisque; torso w/ head (molded hair covering ear); MADE IN / JAPAN (impressed in back of shoulders) 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/545EA129-176B-491A-933B-130547E8B446 CAT # 57.02 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-22 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Porcelain Doll bisque; 2 legs w/ molded shoes & sock line; side seam scraped smooth (rough scar); loop attachment on inner thigh; 1 bent arm, open hand 1.0 Kelly Higelmire
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F82F2AB8-10DC-45E3-06B3-4795775D78D1 CAT # 58.01 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Porcelain 13.4 Doll bisque; torso w/ broken head - hairless baby; (5-rayed star or Japanese symbol) / MADE IN / JAPAN (impressed between arm holes) 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/27F35D57-3670-4E04-8502-76A67C5F7BFF CAT # 58.02 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Porcelain 7.1 Doll bisque; bent leg (crawling?) foot turned in; same loop hole attachment at thigh 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/7B9FE613-A0E2-48D6-B655-92AFDCF95E22 CAT # 59 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Porcelain 24.8 Other bisque; round disk w/ beveled edge (both faces); pinkish-beige putty remnants on 1 face; 1 has copper screw/brad corroded on 1 face 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 2.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/1266068A-9A89-49D5-4647-5056DF2E815F CAT # 60 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Clay 62.0 Brick terracotta? - red brick; rough finish (just scraped flat) w/ vugs 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/343A598F-7852-4236-57A4-D823E6CBA0D1 CAT # 61.01 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-22 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Metal 12.1 Crown Cap all corroded/burned cork (filled w/ ash) about 10 are fragments; only 3 were saved (1 w/ ash still inside); pre-1940 ? 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 56.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/6CA21CF5-56D5-4545-E7C6-5AB127C619F9 CAT # 61.02 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-22 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Metal 4.2 Crown Cap ones w/ foil liner dating to post-1940 thru mid-60s; 1 was saved & 1 loose foil liner 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 16.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/931B03C1-7FCC-44F2-F937-2AB9B54E297A CAT # 62 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC Feature Historic Metal 3.4 Cap threaded cap; shiney residue on inside 1.0 Kelly Higelmire 1.0
http://opencontext.org/subjects/F03FEB57-F6EE-489D-3AF9-7860BDA301C5 CAT # 63 San Diego Archaeological Center http://opencontext.org/projects/3FAAA477-5572-4B05-8DC1-CA264FE1FC10 Object 2014-07-23 San Diego Archaeological Center 32.7508 -117.238 Best available location data 1763 1960 http://opencontext.org/subjects/B5E8849A-A01E-4D1A-51B9-BEFA8367E691 United States California CA-SDI-16505 SDAC 145 Feature Catalog number assigned by SDAC