Archaeological excavations have taken place for more than twenty years at the Colonial Period Moland House site in Hartsville, PA (36BU301). These have unearthed thousands of artifacts, and numerous buried features, that support historical accounts pertaining to the site. In the summer of 2009, field school students from Penn State University Abington College deployed a balloon-elevated digital video system to gather remote imagery of the site at altitudes from 10-100’ above the ground. The resulting images gathered by the aerial videography suggest a variety of potential additional buried structures on the site. These data will guide future excavations aimed at locating additional structures from throughout the history of the site.
Gambler, Richard E. III; Notarfranceso, Andrew; and Capelotti, P. J.
"Aerial Archaeology at the Moland House: Balloon-Elevated Videography in Search of Colonial Period Structures,"
Northeast Historical Archaeology:
41, Article 10.
https://doi.org/10.22191/neha/vol41/iss1/10 Available at: https://orb.binghamton.edu/neha/vol41/iss1/10