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MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS AT SITE 48CR5528, WYOMING (1998)
Samples from Site 48CR5528 in south-central Wyoming represent remains picked from the floated fill of features. Radiocarbon dates obtained from charcoal and bulk soil suggest that this site experienced multiple occupations, including Archaic and Late Prehistoric. Remains were identified to determine possible plants that might have been processed in the features.
MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS OF HEARTH AND ROASTING PIT FILL AT SITES 48SU2264, 48SU2577, 48CR6147, 48SW11629, 48CR6891, AND 48CR6992, AND POLLEN ANALYSIS OF A MANO WASH FROM SITE 48SU2577, WYOMING (1998)
Fill from hearths and/or roasting pit features at Sites 48SU2264, 48SU2577, 48CR6147, 48CR6891, 48CR6992, and 48SW11629 in southwest and south-central Wyoming were floated to recover charred macrofloral remains. Macrofloral analysis is used to provide information concerning plant resources that may have been processed in these features, as well as types of wood burned as fuel. A mano recovered from a roasting pit at Site 48SU2577 was washed to recover pollen in order to determine plant...
POLLEN ANALYSIS AND CHARCOAL IDENTIFICATION OF SAMPLES FROM SITE 48CR10499, CARBON COUNTY, WYOMING (2017)
Site 48CR10499, located in south-central Wyoming in the eastern portion of the Washakie Basin, is a hunter-gatherer open camp exhibiting evidence of two occupations, including one Early Archaic housepit. Component 2 yielded ten radiocarbon dates ranging from 5720 to 5180 BP, indicating an Opal Phase occupation. Component 1 comprises two distinct open camps dating to 1820 and 1530 BP. Two sediment samples collected from each of the two cultural components were examined for pollen to provide...