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Additional archaeological investigations at the engine mill house, Reed Gold Mine State Historic Site, Cabarrus County, North Carolina
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SubjectReed Gold Mine State Historic Site (N.C.); Excavations (Archaeology)--North Carolina--Reed Gold Mine State Historic Site; Gold mines and mining--North Carolina--Reed Gold Mine State Historic Site--Equipment and supplies; Cabarrus County (N.C.)--Antiquities
Archaeological investigations of the Reed Gold Mine Upper Hill engine mill house (31CA18**1), begun in 1985, were continued in December 1987. This site was used intermittently from the mid-nineteenth century through the early twentieth century to process gold ore taken from the underground workings of the Reed Mine. These additional investigations were designed to continue the investigation of the archaeological features at the site and to assist in the eventual public interpretation of the site.
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