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PHOTO MONTAGE OF ASAA EXCAVATIONS AND DISCOVERIES

Vail Fluted Point Site, NW Maine Highlands. Photographs spanning 1980-2003

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Afternoon in camp at the Vail site, 1980. Shown are crew members Debra Caret (with husband), Alexandra Morss, and Harry Moscovitz (with dog).

Afternoon in camp at the Vail site, 1980. Shown are crew members Debra Caret (with husband), Alexandra Morss, and Harry Moscovitz (with dog).

1982 photograph of R. M. Gramly with Francis Vail — discoverer of the Vail site — at his home in East Stoneham, Maine.

1982 photograph of R. M. Gramly with Francis Vail — discoverer of the Vail site — at his home in East Stoneham, Maine.

R. M. Gramly holds basal fragment of fluted point (ear is missing) that was just unearthed from cache-pit (Feature 3) associated with Locus B, Vail site, October 2003. Del Beck photograph.

R. M. Gramly holds basal fragment of fluted point (ear is missing) that was just unearthed from cache-pit (Feature 3) associated with Locus B, Vail site, October 2003. Del Beck photograph.

Dennis Vesper holds ear of fluted point that was just unearthed from lag sands at Locus B, October, 2003. This fragment was fitted to two others — one from Locus B and the other from Vail kill site #1. Kirk Spurr photograph.

Dennis Vesper holds ear of fluted point that was just unearthed from lag sands at Locus B, October, 2003. This fragment was fitted to two others — one from Locus B and the other from Vail kill site #1. Kirk Spurr photograph.

October, 2003, at the Vail site. Greg and Eric Lott wearing wet suits prepare to dive upon Vail kill site #1, which lies underneath Aziscohos Lake in the distance. Wendy Zebehazy looks on.

October, 2003, at the Vail site. Greg and Eric Lott wearing wet suits prepare to dive upon Vail kill site #1, which lies underneath Aziscohos Lake in the distance. Wendy Zebehazy looks on.