In February 2004, an archaeological investigation at the Port Royal Golf Course, Bermuda, was conducted by a team from Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario, Canada. This investigation was designed to locate and assess the integrity of archaeological remains associated with the 17th-century residence known as the ‘Mansion’ and a later residence known as the ‘Grove’, constructed in the early 18th century. Integration of historical and archaeological information provides a unique insight into aspects of 17th- and 18th-century life at a site occupied by members of an elite Bermudian family for almost 200 years.
Triggs, John R., "Searching for Governor Daniel Tucker’s ‘Mansion’: The First Season of Excavation" (2004). Archaeology Faculty Publications. Paper 4.