Bull Creek (Geographic Keyword)

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14MM7: An Archaeological Site in the Hillsdale Reservoir Area, Eastern Kansas (1973)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard F. Carrillo.

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Archaeological Reconnaissance Report Upper Trinity Timber Sale Arr 05-14-258 (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joanne Kipps.

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Great Basin (In Handbook of North American Indians) Vol. II (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Warren L. D'azevedo.

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Northwest Laterals Watershed Coleman County, Texas. an Archeological Survey of Structure No. 13 (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Edward P. Baxter. H. J. Shafer.

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Northwest Laterals Watershed, Coleman County, Texas. Archeological Investigations at 41 Cn 13, and 41 Cn 14 (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Harry J. Shafer. Edward P. Baxter.

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PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENT FROM THE BULL CREEK III SITE, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, AND ADDITIONAL ARCHAEOCLIMATE MODELS FOR BEAVER, OKLAHOMA (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Chad Yost.

The Bull Creek III site is situated in a short grass prairie biome along side the Bull Creek in the High Plains physiographic region of western Beaver County, Oklahoma. Although the location has not been reported as a cultural site, three sediment samples were submitted for phytolith analysis. The goal of the analysis was to provide greater clarity on the types of grasses on this landscape between 12,550 and 13,210 RCYBP.


POLLEN AND PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS OF TWO SEDIMENT SAMPLES FROM THE BLUE MOUND SITE, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Linda Scott Cummings. Chad Yost. R.A. Varney.

The Blue Mound site, located in Beaver County, Oklahoma, approximately five miles east and south of the Bull Creek drainage, was cored to recover sediments dating to the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), approximately 18,000 radiocarbon years before present. The site includes an 11 m high silt dune, which overlies a playa. Two sediment samples were selected from the playa (lower) sediments in the core and submitted for pollen and phytolith analysis. Proximity of this site to those that have already...


PROTEIN RESIDUE (CIEP) ANALYSIS OF LITHICS FROM THE BULL CREEK CAMP, 34BV176, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA (2019)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Linda Scott Cummings. Caitlin A. Clark.

Bull Creek camp (Site 34BV176) is situated on a terrace overlooking Bull Creek, 1.85 km northwest of the junction of north/south-trending US 83 and east/west-trending US 412 in Beaver County, Oklahoma. Five flaked lithic artifacts were recovered from a portion of the site dominated by butchered bison (Bison spp.) bones and a few Camelid bones (Leland Bement, personal communication, February 4, 2019 and April 26, 2019). The Oklahoma Archaeological Survey submitted the lithics to PaleoResearch...