Kaukauna’s Grignon Mansion is a site of archaeological investigation by Lawrence Anthropology Professor Peter Peregrine and students.
The Survey owns a Geoscan FM-256 differential gradiometer, a Geoscan RM-36 soil resistivity array, and a Geomatrix GV3 ground penetrating radar system, providing a full suite of geophysical instruments for archaeological survey. The Survey also owns a full array of mapping instruments, including a sub-meter resolution Eos Arrow GPS unit.
The Lawrence Archaeological Survey conducts limited excavations, which have included large-scale testing at Bjorklunden and numerous small excavations around the Grignon Mansion in Kaukauna, Wisconsin.
Lawrence University Archaeological Reports
Access archaeological reports from Lawrence University's Archaeological Survey.