Bones and teeth were recovered from the wreck in very good condition except for some slight organic staining. In a few cases, bones were cleaned in 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide as outlined above for ceramics. Like the ceramics, all faunal materials were of rinsed in a series of de-ionized water baths until a conductivity reading below 20µs was achieved. Following the removal of salts, all faunal materials were dehydrated in a series of alcohol baths followed by acetone. Immediately afterwards, faunal specimens were placed in a 10 percent solution of acryloid B-72/acetone for consolidation. This treatment procedure proved very effective for the smallest rat vertebra to the largest cow ribs. Only very slight exfoliation and/or cracking was observed on some of the larger bone fragments.