Join us in a
journey of discovery as we study and interpret the East Steubenville Archaeological Site...
Archaeologists have excavated the East Steubenville site, a 4000-year-old encampment
of Native American hunter-gatherers in Brooke County, West Virginia. Sponsored by
WVDOT before construction of the WV Route 2 road-widening project, excavations on this
wind-swept ridgetop in 1999-2000 yielded thousands of artifacts and new insights on the
poorly known Panhandle Archaic culture.|
Want to know more? Read research papers on Native American
Prehistoric Technology at the East Steubenville site, or follow other
links for West Virginia archaeology.
- Study the archaeology of the East Steubenville site, a story that first began in 1938.
- Review interpretations of what the land was like 4000 years ago, who the people were
and how they lived.
- Visit us again - we'll be adding more findings from ongoing
analysis of the archaeology and artifacts.
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