AHS designs websites to document and interpret cultural resources, including archaeological sites, buildings, structures, and landscapes. We prepare text, locate artifacts, and provide all photography. Like our exhibits, AHS websites frequently serve as mitigation for impacts to cultural resource management (CRM) projects.
AHS designed and produced an innovative, engaging website dedicated to the archaeological survey and data recovery at the Marshfield, Massachusetts Municipal Airport. The site of an early 17th-century house and samples from significant Archaic-period occupations were excavated.
- Thomas Daniels Archaeological Site
- Ephraim Sprague House Archaeological Site
- Quinebaug River Prehistoric Archaeological Site
- Connecticut’s Open-Spandrel Concrete Arches
- Carriage Parts Factory Site
- Meriden’s Stone Arch Bridges
- Main Street Bridge
- Berlin Iron Bridge Company
- Clark Farm Tenant House Archaeological Site
- Grohman Cigar-Making Shop Archaeological Site
- Packerville Bridge
- River Street Bridge and Mill Tunnel
- Archaeology for Willimantic’s Frog Bridge
- Connecticut’s Historic Highway Bridges