List of prehistoric sites in Colorado Revolvy

List of prehistoric sites in Colorado includes historical and archaeological sites of humans from their earliest times in Colorado to just before the Colorado historic period, which ranges from about 12,000 BC to AD 19th century. The Period is defined by the culture enjoyed at the time, from the

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Constructing the Cooper Model of Folsom Bison Kills on the

ing to make a large-scale kill (Reher and Frison 1980). On the Southern Plains, stone sources readily identified at Folsom sites include the cherts from the Edwards Plateau region of central Texas, Alibates agatized dolo mite from the Texas panhandle, and Niobrara Jasper from

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2,000-year-old bison bone site mired in controversy

"As best we know we have complied with all the requirements on this site and many other sites," he said. "We review and keep reviewing to make sure that data is collected and protected.

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C7 Stage I and 2 Archaeological Assessments

were occupied including camps associated with portages and overland travel, quarry sites, kill sites, plant collecting camps, fishing camps. Another important site type relates to spiritual activities. Sites of this type include pictographs, vision quest locations and spiritual landscape features.

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A Survey of Archaeological, Architectural and Historical

Archaeological research in this area indicates that the San Antonio River valley has been inhabited since ca. 9000 B.C. Prehistoric peoples utilized open camp sites on river terraces, chert workshops and/or quarry sites, burned rock middens, and rockshelters, primarily on or near stream valleys.

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I Cody, and Mule Creek Junction in Wyoming) the Yuma

kill sites, Hell Gap provides a rare example of a Paleoindian domestic camp site. The archaeological record at Hell Gap represents a far broader range of prehistoric activity than most of the other known sites. The Hell Gap site was recently listed as a National Historic Landmark making it the second Paleoindian site in Wyoming to be so recognized.

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BISON JUMP AND KILL SITE by Robert Ferris, Gary Anderson, William Payne, and Gil Bollinger 19 WYOMING ARCHAEOLOGICAL FOUNDATION FINANCIAL DONATION FORM 26 THE CACHE HILL SITE (48CA61) A BISON KILL-BUTCHERY SITE IN THE POWDER RIVER BASIN, WYOMING by Mark E. Miller and Galen R. Burgett 27

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335,000 B.P. (Uranium Series) North American Mastadon Kill

Jul 09, 2006researchers as each site is discussed. Also interspersed within the discussion of each of the sites will be researchers that have investigated these same sites, and letting them express their interpretations. At the end, a scene concerning public accountability and science could be brought up with comments from the top researchers in the field.

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The Hot Tubb Folsom-Midland Site (41 CR 10), Texas

The Hot Tubb Folsom-Midland Site (41 CR 10), Texas David J. Meltzer, John D. Seebach and Ryan M. Byerly The Hot Tubb locality, located in the Monahans Dunes just off the southern High Plains of west Texas, has yielded Folsom and Midland projectile points, as well as badly fragmented and occasionally burned remains of Bison antiquus.

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Chert from the Munsungun Lake Formation (Maine) in

Larger tailing piles overlap one another suggesting that they have experienced more than one episode of growth due to repeated quarry activity. The second quarry type occurs on steeper slopes. These are near-vertical quarried faces which range from 1 to nearly 3 m in height.

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Reworked Clovis Biface Distal Fragments from the Topper

Reworked Clovis Biface Distal Fragments from the Topper Site, 38AL23 Implications for Clovis The Topper site, a Clovis quarry-related site in Allendale County, South Taphonomy and Archaeology of a Clovis Kill in Northern Wyoming. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. CRP 26, 2009 SMALLWOOD/GOODYEAR 119.

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Identifying Aboriginal Sites

The Sydney Basin is one of the richest provinces in Australia in terms of Aboriginal archaeological sites. There are thousands of Aboriginal sites, more than half of which contain rock art, and in Sydney's sandstone belt at least 1500 rock shelters have been discovered to contain cultural deposit.

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Why We Went There Time Team America PBS

The Bones of Badger Hole Why We Went There A remote arroyo on Oklahoma's Beaver River provided Time Team America a unique opportunity to explore what

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TESTING AT MALJAMAR, LEA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO

Archaeological evidence of Paleoindian occupation include kill sites, camp sites, butchering sites, and lithic quarries on the margins of late Pleistocene pond or lake beds, dune blowouts, caves, and gravel terraces (Sebastian and Larralde 198930-36).

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References / Minnesota Office of the State Archaeologist

Select References for Minnesota Archaeology. 1971 The Itasca Bison Kill Site. Minnesota Prehistoric Archaeology Series 6, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul. 1983 The Red Pipestone Quarry of Minnesota. The Minnesota Archaeologist 42.

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A Glossary of Manitoba Archaeology

multi-component site. an archaeological site which contains the remains of more than one culture. If two or more complexes occur in a stratified site, there is a possibility that the artifacts of each component may be distinguished thus providing an excellent opportunity for

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Archaeology Part 3 Mountain Archaeological Sites and

A sampling of mountainous archaeological sites by 2003 were Kituhwa in Bryson City (the thermal imaging technique for noninvasive archaeology was used at this site before actual digs occurred), Blue Rock Soapstone Quarry in Yancey County, the Deaver site in Transylvania County, the Donnaha site in Yadkin County, the Time Tunnel in Watauga County, and the Appletree site in Macon County.

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Phase I Archaeological Colonial Williamsburg

The most extensive sites are associated with quarrying activities and include the actual quarry sites, quarry reduction stations, and habitation sites associated with quarries. These sites reflect the selection of certain cryptocrystalline material (i.e., cherts and jaspers) for which this period is noted.

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site manager quarry 2011 vrystaatboranklub

The QuarryThe Quarry Archaeology. The QuarryThe Quarry, 2011 He was to have been a second discussant in this symposium His tremendous contribution to the field of archaeology, and especially, site formation processes and site structure at quarries and ancillary sites, and temporal variation,

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Survey and excavation of Paleoindian bison kill sites, Archaic sand dune sites, terrace sites, tipi ring sites, a stratified cave, and sheepherder camps. 1976-77 Oklahoma Historical Society and Oklahoma Archaeological Survey, State Register Field Archaeologist (SHPO Staff Archaeologist).

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Flattop Butte Articles Colorado Encyclopedia

Located northwest of Sterling, Flattop Butte is a rock outcrop that was used extensively by prehistoric peoples as a source of stone for tools.The butte has a Chadron Formation capstone that is the only major bedrock source of high-quality stone between central

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2,500-Year-Old Bison-Kill Site Offers New Clues Into

A massive and rather cunning bison kill carried out some 2,500 years ago among the sand dunes of southern Alberta left behind a wealth of artifacts that are offering new insights into a poorly-understood culture of the ancient Northern Plains.

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Soapstone Quarry ia Design Gallery

Apr 23, 2017The Prince Edward Soapstone Quarry is located on 12 acres of land near Farmville, ia. The site is considered to be the largest and most intact soapstone quarry that has been found in ia thus far. More than 150 piles of soapstone (also known as steatite) boulders and preforms span the length of the site.

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Hixton Silicified Sandstone, which is also known as Hixton

In fact, one of the largest prehistoric quarry sites in the upper Midwest is a Hixton outcrop. This site is called Silver Mound and is located in Jackson County about 3 and 1/2 miles northeast of

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Time Line Index for Stone Age Artifacts Lithic Casting Lab

The rarest sites and most spectacular are the kill sites and cache sites. Most of these sites have been found in the western United States. Cache sites are suspected burials where several Clovis artifacts have been found in a group. The Anzick cache discovered several

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Mn/Model Final Report Appendix D Archaeological Field

One of the best documented sites is the Fritsche Creek Bison Kill/Fritsche Creek II Site (21NL63). It is one of the few bison kill sites known in Minnesota (Roetzel et al. 1994). The Fritsche Creek site appears to date to the Paleoindian period, but the site also has a Woodland component.

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Stone Age Artifacts Pictures and Descriptions

277 8-31-08 EDEN POINT (Cast), Found on the Eden type site on the Finley site near Eden Wyoming. Finley is a bison kill site and this point as a small impact fracture on the point. 276 7-31-08 GRAVERS, Single and multi-spurred gravers from six different Clovis and Early Early Archaic sites

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The Blue Hills Archaeological Wonder of Epic Proportions

The entire area surrounding the hill consists of massive boulders and outcrops of blue hills rhyolite, each one slightly different, and each one a type of stone that I have found turned into tools that we excavate on archaeological sites throughout the area.

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In the Eastern Fluted Point Tradition muse.jhu.edu

kill sites such as Naco and Lehner, to a wider view such as from caches and stratified quarry-elated sites. Caches can be viewed as Clo r vis time capsules, with all items buried presumed contemporary. The caches in the west such as Simon, Fenn, Anzick, and the East Wenatchee Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology team in 1966, as

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History v. Pre-History

SitesPlaces where people have left material traces of activityNamed for type of activity Recognized by artifacts Things people have made Most do not preserve Artifacts Portable Artifacts Non-portable artifacts (Features)storage pits, hearths, house basin, wells Finding Sites

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