Photo of stone debris piles
The stone debris piles and concentrations of mussel shells, snail shells, animal bones, burned clay, and burned rocks close to hearths in Level 8 of the Main Block at the J. B. White site suggest that workshop and day-to-day habitation activities were performed adjacent to the hearths. This pattern was consistent through all four levels within Zone 2 (Figure by Sandy Hannum, Prewitt and Associates, Inc.).
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