Stalling's Island, located in the Savannah River eight miles above Augusta, Georgia, is the site of a large, deep shell midden. Jones mentions the Stalling's Island midden, but the principal source of information has been the report of Clafiin's work. The present report deals with an excavation intended to obtain additional information on the cultural affiliation of this material. Interest was aroused by Clafiin's statement that sherds were absent from the lower levels. It was hoped that some evidence of vertical change would be found and that it would be possible to demonstrate the cultural affiliations of this group. Three stratigraphic blocks were excavated, two in arbitrary six-inch levels, the third in arbitrary one-foot levels.
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