Over the years, we’ve had the opportunity to work on many exciting and challenging projects. Below you’ll find a sampling of some of our previous work.

We are also hard at work on the The Falls of the Ohio Potter Project – This was initiated to gather information on nineteenth to mid-twentieth century earthenware and stoneware potters in the region centered on the Falls of the Ohio River at Louisville, Kentucky.

Archaeological monitoring followed by a Phase II evaluation project for NuLu Hotel in downtown Louisville.

Phase I and Phase II archaeological investigations at the Beecher Terrace Housing Complex in downtown Louisville.

A Phase I archaeological survey of approximately 1.6 ac located in Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky.

Phase III archaeological mitigation of a previously recorded and evaluated site, 15HA34.

Phase II archaeological evaluations at sites 15JF861 and 15JF862 in southwestern Jefferson County.

Corn Island Archaeology LLC researched and prepared a historic context for railroad and rail-related buildings, structures, and more.