|Title||From teacups to lumber : archaeological site content and integrity of the Copeland Site (35BE90), Corvallis, Oregon|
Kanaby, Kara M.
Brauner, David R. (advisor)
|Date Issued||2005-12-05 (iso8601)|
|Note||Graduation date: 2006|
|Abstract||This thesis describes the archaeological site content and integrity of the
Copeland site (35BE90) in Corvallis, Oregon. The Copeland site is owned by the
Benton County Historical Society and is the future home of the Benton County
Historical Museum. In 2001, an Oregon State University archaeological field school
was conducted to test for the presence of the residential houses and commercial
businesses that once occupied the Copeland site.
The archaeological excavation revealed the presence of both the residential and
commercial usage that occurred at the Copeland site. Excavation also revealed that
while the integrity of the site has been disturbed by commercial activities the integrity
has not been completely destroyed. Finally, recommendations are made concerning
further archaeological exploration of the site.
|Topic||Copeland Site (Corvallis, Or.)|