Native American Archaeological Sites – Shenks Ferry Site

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Shenks Ferry Site
Shenks Ferry Site

Shenks Ferry Site

Shenks Ferry Site (36LA2) is a historic archaeological site located above Grubb Creek at Martic Township in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. It underwent excavation in 1930-1931 and in 1973 by the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission. The excavations identified the presence of a village and seasonal campsites dated to the Late Woodland period.

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It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

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