LEMP AVENUE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE - Updated 2002
HISTORY

THE SITE

CREW

ABOLITION

ARTIFACTS

China

Glass

Other

LINKS

GROUND PENETRATING RADAR

UNTRUE!

Discovering the Underground Railroad in St. Louis

A fourth season of volunteer supported archaeological research at the site is planned for summer of 2002. High School and college age students interested in participating in the project should write to:
Mr. Chip Clatto
Gateway Institute of Technology
5101 McRee Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110

High School credit is available through St. Louis Public School. It is possible to arrange for college credit through St. Louis Community College.

This website is based upon A Report of two seasons of excavation at the Lemp Avenue Site by Angela Gordon, Chester R. Cain and Chip Clatto (2001). The text was adapted for the web by Professor Michael Fuller (SLCC). The website was constructed by Adjunct Professor Neathery B. Fuller (SLCC).

Fieldwork at the Lemp Avenue Archaeological Site is supported financially by St. Louis Public Schools, and the Archeological Conservation Team, Inc, which is a a 501 C-3 Not for Profit organization.

The work under a permit from the St. Louis Development Corporation and permission of the St. Louis City Department of Heritage and Urban Design. The majority of the project budget is made up of donations from foundations and private individuals.

Site Constructed 25 Feb. 2001

Modified 4 March 2002

Neathery and Michael Fuller,

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