48HO375 (Site Name Keyword)
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IDENTIFICATION OF WOOD FROM THE NOSTRUM SPRINGS STAGE STATION (48HO375) AT RED CANYON RANCH, WYOMING (2010)
[tDAR id: 379985] The Nostrum Springs Stage Station, located on the Red Canyon Ranch near Thermopolis, Wyoming, is designated part of site 48HO375. This stage station was built by the Nostrum family sometime after 1897 and serviced the stage line between Ft. Washakie on the Wind River Indian Reservation and the town of Thermopolis. The stage line operated until 1927, when a railroad went through Red Canyon. The wooden structure of the stage station was exposed by clearing vegetation in the summer of 2010. Wood...
MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS OF HEARTH FILL AND IDENTIFICATION OF CHARCOAL FROM STONE CIRCLES AT SITE 48HO375 ON THE RED CANYON RANCH, WYOMING (2012)
[tDAR id: 380469] Charcoal, wood, and botanic remains from two stone circles at site 48HO375 on the Red Canyon Ranch southwest of Thermopolis, Wyoming, were submitted for identification. Fill from hearth features in each of the stone circles was floated to recover macrofloral remains. This site contains evidence for multiple human occupations from Paleoindian to Historic times. The stone circles (“tipi rings”) are believed to represent residences of nomadic Plains Indians. Identification of charcoal will...
MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS, ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS, POLLEN ANALYSIS, AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION AT SITE 48HO375, RED CANYON RANCH, WYOMING (2010)
[tDAR id: 379986] Red Canyon Ranch, located in the foothills of the Owl Creek Mountains southwest of Thermopolis, Wyoming, contains evidence for multiple human occupations from Paleoindian to Historic times. Archaeological investigations and subsequent archaeobotanical analyses and radiocarbon age determinations span a period of several years and are currently ongoing. To facilitate these analyses, a single site designation of 48HO375 has been assigned. The earliest investigation centered on two hearths: one...