In 2000, excavation teams from East Carolina University returned to this area after a twenty plus year absence. Examined were the area’s early and middle Holocene chronology, typology, and geoarchaeology of the middle to late Archaic periods. Data was gathered through sedimentology, site formations, and mapping and shovel testing of the sand ridge. Recovered were flakes and sherds of ceramics and stone tools. Complementing the qualitative data were figures detailing sherd and site images. Tables contained data related to ceramic types and sample sizes for tool flakes and sherds.