In June 1998, the remains of Scattered Village, site 32MO31, were unexpectedly encountered in a federally supported street renovation project on First Street NE in the City of Mandan, North Dakota. This discovery led to an emergency salvage (data recovery) program involving fieldwork, laboratory analysis, and technical reporting funded jointly by the City of Mandan and federal dollars through the North Dakota Department of Transportation. The project was executed as a collaborative effort between Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc. (MAC) and PaleoCultural Research Group (PCRG) in which MAC took the lead role in execution of fieldwork and PCRG the lead role in execution of lab work and technical reporting of both field and lab phases of the project.
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