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Archaeological excavations at the Paquet Gulch Bridge site
Dennis L. Jenkins
by Dept. of Anthropology and Oregon State Museum of Anthropology, University of Oregon in Eugene, Or
Written in English
|Statement||by Dennis L. Jenkins and Thomas J. Connolly ; with contributions by R. Scott Byram ... [et al.].|
|Series||University of Oregon anthropological papers -- no. 49|
|Contributions||Connolly, Thomas J., University of Oregon. Dept. of Anthropology., Oregon State Museum of Anthropology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 215 p. :|
|Number of Pages||215|
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The Bridge River Archaeological Project is a partnership between The Department of Anthropology, The University of Montana, and Xwísten, the Bridge River Indian Band (Lillooet, B.C.) to study the ancient history of the Bridge River Valley and the Middle Fraser Canyon in south-central British Columbia.
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George Washington. This second major archaeological excavation is part of the ongoing project of The Fort Edwards Foundation of Capon Bridge, West Virginia, to preserve, protect and interpret the home site and. A multiphase geophysical investigation of the Bridge River site (EeRI 4 – Figures 1 and 2) was initiated in June in coordination with preliminary archaeological excavations and related dating of recovered materials.
As previously reported (Cross, ), an initial phase of geophysical investigations entailed site-wide. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports Book Chapters. Prentiss, Anna Marie, Nathan B. Goodale, Lucille E. Harris, and Nicole Crossland The Evolution of the Ground Slate Tool Industry at the Bridge River Site, British Columbia.
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Barton Archaeological "Dig" In January a Google® Search lists archaeological excavations often known as a "Barton Dig": Name City/State/Province Country Barton Gulch Bozeman, Montana USA Barton Village Site (part of Old John Barton Farm) RouteAllegany County, Maryland USA Barton Creek Cave Upper Belize Valley, Cayo.
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21st Street Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Reports in Highway Archaeology, Number 13 January, Excavation was a interesting book for me, the second book by James Rollins that I have read, the first being Amazonia.
To put it mildly I loved Amazonia, one of my favorite books I have read in the last year or so. Yet, the best I can say about Excavation is that it was alright.4/5. In Archaeological Excavations at the Paquet Gulch Bridge Site: A Pithouse Village in the Deschutes River Basin, Southwestern Columbia Plateau, Oregon by Dennis L.
Jenkins and Thomas J. Connolly, pp. University of Oregon Anthropological Papers, The Beaverdam Creek Archaeological Site, (), is an archaeological site located on a floodplain of Beaverdam Creek in Elbert County, Georgia approximately km from the creek's confluence with the Savannah River, and is currently inundated by the Richard B.
Russell site consisted of a platform mound and an associated village site. Beaverdam Creek is thought to Cultures: South Appalachian Mississippian culture.
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This multicomponent site was located on Tibbee Creek in the floodplain of the Tombigbee River, at the western edge of the floodplain. Archaeological components ranging from the early portion of the Gulf Formational stage at approximately B.C.
through the Mississippian stage dating about A.D. were present at the site. Cite this Record. Idledale - Bridge over Sawmill Gulch Historical Resources Survey Report. Barbara Norgren. (tDAR id: ). Philip Barker's survey of current excavation techniques - at once authoritative and stimulating - was immeadiately hailed as the standard work and is one of the most widely used archaeological field manuals.4/5.Barton Gulch, along with the Alder site, are regarded as the type sites for the Blackwater Draw Paleo-Indian archaeological culture, and believed to be a Clovis culture.
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