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Archaeology Research 

Archaeological investigations, in compliance with federal and state laws, conducted by MoDOT over the last several decades have provided us with the opportunity to increase our knowledge of the prehistory and history of Missouri.  Below are summaries of some of the ongoing and completed research conducted by MoDOT staff or by archaeological consultants hired by MoDOT. 

Select a MoDOT District on the map or scroll down to view site specific research.


District Map Northwest Northwest Northeast Kansas City Central Southeast Southwest St. Louis


Northwest District

Cobb Site
Galbraith Site

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Northeast District

Avenue of the Saints Archaeological Project
Bundy Site

Wombles Site

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Kansas City Area District

Crabtree Site
Mueller Site
Three Monkey Site

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Central District

Big Loose Creek Site
Callaway Farms Site

Duke Diggs Site
Elley Site
LC Meyer Site
Pendleton Site
Stauffer Site

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St. Louis Area District

Archaeological Investigations for the New Mississippi River Project
Boschert Site

Elizabeth Pfeifer and West Papin Sites
Gestring Site
Hoing Site
John C Kupferle Foundry Site
Little Hills Expressway Site
Mallinckrodt Site
Pine Ford Site

Poplar Street Bridge Project:  Madame Haycraft (23SL2334) & Louis Beaudoin (23SL2369) sites
Rohlfing Site
St. Louis Mound Group and Big Mound Site
Tocco Site
Walsh's Row Site
Worthy Woman Site

23FR521

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Southwest District

McDonald Sheltered Sites
Walnut Shade Site

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Southeast District

Allen #3 Site
Delmo Farm Labor Home - North Lilborn
Hayti Bypass Site
Thomasville Site

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MoDOT conducts archaeological surveys and excavations throughout the state to comply with regulations and as part of our environmental responsibilities.  These investigations provide archaeologists, professional and amateur, and interested public insight into unique aspects of the lifeways of the past inhabitants of Missouri.  Information on archaeology within Missouri and specific MoDOT investigations can be reached by clicking the title.



Educators and students interested in learning about archaeology can find further information and links to additional resources by clicking the title.

 

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