Yearly Archives: 2016

10 Year Anniversary

The end of 2016 brings Corn Island Archaeology LLC to the successful completion of ten years as a local provider of cultural resources services! A huge and heartfelt “thank you” to all our clients, teaming partners, and associates as we celebrate our ten-year anniversary as a company. You have entrusted us with your interesting and […]

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Clover Hill

NRHP-listed Clover Hill (JF30) is one of the earliest resources along the Dixie Highway corridor. The period of significance ranges from 1800 to 1899 with dates of significance including 1826, 1857, 1859, and 1863. AThe area of significance consists of Exploration/Settlement. Diaries kept by one owner provided abundant information, including the construction periods of the […]

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Barnwood Builders

This Sunday, November 6, the show Barnwood Builders will feature the deconstruction of a double pen log cabin known as the Devine House, located in western Kentucky at Grand Rivers. Five years ago, Corn Island Archaeology architectural historian Anna Maas and historic architect Christopher Quirk performed detailed documentation of this historic building. Jim Pritchard, then […]

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34th KHC Archaeology Conference

The 34rd Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference will be hosted in partnership with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Kentucky Archaeological Survey, Corn Island Archaeology, and the Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists. The conference will take place at the Ramada Downtown North in Louisville, Kentucky. In conjunction with this year’s conference, the Kentucky Archaeological Survey and […]

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