As part of the closing program for the 2013 Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates, the IEEE-GRSS Northeastern North Carolina Chapter presented Distinguished Lecturer Mr. Clay Swindell of the Museum of the Albemarle. Mr. Swindell's presentation was titled "Modern Digital Orthographic Quarter Quad aerial photography and Ground Penetrating Radar application to the Cobbs Point-Culpeper Rebellion Archaeology Project" and offered an overview of remote sensing technologies through the ages. Along with the overview was a description of the joint 2012 project with Elizabeth City State University to locate structure remains in the Cobbs Point area of Elizabeth City, North Carolina. This project involved a detailed review of historical aerial photos coupled with modern Digital Orthographic Quarter Quad (DOQQ) aerial photographs to define an area for further investigation using a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). Results from this survey prompted a request to the property owners to allow excavation of structural remains that were discovered.