Investigators recovered more than 9,000 fragments of Native-made ceramic vessels from the site. All represented fairly thin-walled, conoidal (shaped like a cone) or globular (roughly spherical) jars. Most vessel exteriors were cordmarked, although a few fragments of plain-surfaced and check stamped vessels were recovered. Check stamped vessel exteriors are covered with lines of rectangular impressions, called "checks." On some jars, Native potters notched the vessel lip and incised geometric lines on the exterior below the lip. Spear points were mainly Lowe Flared Base.
Animal bones indicated that site residents exploited deer, raccoon, turkey, and other smaller mammals, as well as a variety of turtles, fish, and shellfish. Plant remains revealed that residents collected hickory nuts, black walnuts, acorns, and pecans. The recovery of domesticated maygrass and goosefoot seeds - starchy examples of the Eastern Agricultural Complex - indicated that residents engaged in gardening.