On Sunday October 24, eleven George Washington University students from the Classics and Archaeology Club worked at the Burch House along with the PTAP crew and other experienced volunteers. There were five screens and plenty of soil to screen and plenty of artifacts to identify. It was a great day.
On Tuesday October 26 PTAP and CCAS along with Rich Gorski completed the units. Now all that remains is washing artifacts, cataloging artifacts, and writing the report. PTAP will do the cataloging and the report in Annapolis.
CCAS plans to schedule a weekend day for washing the artifacts.