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AN EXAMINATION OF THREE HEARTH FILLS FROM SITE 48H0131, HOT SPRINGS COUNTY, WYOMING FOR MACROFOSSIL REMAINS

Author(s): Deborah Truell Steward ; PaleoResearch Institute

Year: 1981

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Summary

Three soil samples were submitted for macrofossil analysis from

three shallow rock-lined hearths on a site in Hot Springs County, Wyoming.

The site, 48H0131, lies north of Grass Creek in the Grass Creek Valley

approximately 5800' above sea level. The preliminary site report describes

area floral resources as widely varied and typical of the foothills scrub

vegetation zone (Larsen and Tibesar 1981).


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AN EXAMINATION OF THREE HEARTH FILLS FROM SITE 48H0131, HOT SPRINGS COUNTY, WYOMING FOR MACROFOSSIL REMAINS. Deborah Truell Steward, PaleoResearch Institute. PRI Technical Report ,1981-012. 1981 ( tDAR id: 376579) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8F76BTM


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