Nail chronology as an aid to dating old buildings
Construction of the bus turn-around will necessitate grading operations.
As such, the project will adversely affect the current topography on the north and south margins of the access ramp leading to the Colonial Parkway from North England Street (Figure 1). National Park Service acquired the property (Foster 1984, Derry 1984). However, the exact nature and extent of the disturbance was unknown, as no records of the construction exist.
Archaeologists from California State Parks, Southern Service Center (a State Parks office located in San Diego California), under the direction of Michael Sampson, conducted archaeological and documentary investigations for the restroom replacement project in late 2007 and monitored construction of the replacement restroom during the summer of 2008.
Casa de Estudillo, constructed in 1829 for use by José Antonio Estudillo and his family, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is identified as California Historical Landmark No. Casa de Estudillo (Figure 2) today is interpreted to Old Town San Diego SHP visitors as a house museum.
Two test excavation units, 2.5 feet squares, were established using thee aforementioned grid system.
Apparently this portion of the "Historic Area" was never investigated by C. the presence of cultural features, in these particular areas.You can also find Technical Leaflets by searching for specific titles, numbers, or subjects in our Resource Bank. How to Plan and Implement Interpretation (2013) 261. Courts in the Classroom: Educational Outreach Through the Web (2007) 238. Not Just a Bunch of Facts: Crafting Dynamic Interpretive Manuals (2014) 266.[The reader may wish to read the book by Sally Bullard Thornton (1987) for more details about Mrs. Waterman apparently took great care to create a well planned restoration that was faithful to the historic period, although, Waterman’s landscaping was apparently more elaborate than that used by the Estudillo family.A bus turn-around is proposed to be constructed at the intersection of North England Street and the access ramp leading to the Colonial Parkway (a modern extension of Scotland Street).