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Keyhole Reservoir (Geographic Keyword)

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Appraisal of the Archaeological and Paleontological Resources of the Keyhole Reservoir, Crook County, Wyoming (1952)

Citation DOCUMENT Anonymous.

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Archaeological Remains In Three Reservoir Areas In South Dakota and Wyoming: Part II, Keyhole Reservoir

Citation DOCUMENT Richard Page Wheeler.

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Archeological Investigation of Five Reservoir Sites in the Cheyenne River Drainage of Western South Dakota and Northeastern Wyoming. June-Sept. 1948. RBS / SI (1948)

Citation DOCUMENT Jack T. Hughes.

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Class III Inventory of 2210 Acres At Keyhole Reservoir, Crook County, Wyoming (1989)

Citation DOCUMENT Lance M. McNees.

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Cultural Resource Investigations of the Proposed Keyhole Water Project Report and Power Line Survey (1987)

Citation DOCUMENT James A. Truesdale. Skylar S. Scott. Karin Garnsey.

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Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Transmission Line Near Moorcroft, Wyoming (1981)

Citation DOCUMENT David Eckles.

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Keyhole Reservoir Archaeological Study (1988)

Citation DOCUMENT Marcel Kornfeld. George C. Frison.

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McKean Point (1959)

Citation DOCUMENT L. C. Steege.

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McKean Site In Northeastern Wyoming. (Reprinted From Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 10(4), 1954) (1964)

Citation DOCUMENT William Mulloy.

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Missouri Basin Project, River Basin Surveys, Smithsonian Institution, Summary of Progress from the Beginning, In 1946 Through April 1952 (1952)

DOCUMENT Missouri Basin Project, Smithsonian Institution.

This document summarizes the history and development of the Missouri Basin Project and Inter-Agency Archeological and Paleontological Salvage Program; created to meet the problem posed by the threat to scientific and historical data by the dam construction program in the Missouri Basin and elsewhere. The Missouri Basin water development program of the Bureau of Reclamation and Corps of Engineers has and will continue to inundate numerous sites on which the aboriginal inhabitants of the region...


Note on the McKean Lanceolate Point. Smithsonian Institution, River Basin Surveys pre-1953

Citation DOCUMENT Richard P. Wheeler.

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Photographing the Past, Public Production (1952)

DOCUMENT Ralph Solecki.

The agreement between the National Park Service and the Smithsonian Institution in 1945, which committed the latter agency to the scientific responsibility for archeological investigations in the Missouri River Basin, touched off the greatest series of integrated archeological investigations over a wide area that this country has ever seen. The archeologist worked with the rushing waters of each new Missouri River Basin reservoir virtually at its heels. If the work was to be done, it must be...


Rediscovering the Past in the Missouri Basin, Public Production (1952)

DOCUMENT R. Smith.

The recent acceleration of the water development and conservation program for the Missouri Basin has produced a crisis for the archeologists concerned with the area. The more permanent villages of the aboriginal inhabitants of the Plains were overwhelmingly concentrated in the valleys of the major rivers. The remains of literally thousands of such villages will be unintentional casualties of the water resources development program. This is the story of what archeologists are doing toward meeting...


Results of a Class III Cultural Resource Survey, Keyhole Marina Parking Area, Keyhole State Park, Crook County, Wyoming (1988)

Citation DOCUMENT Danny N. Walker.

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Selected Projectile Point Types of the United States II (1953)

DOCUMENT Richard Page Wheeler.

In this document, Richard Wheeler discusses ten projectile point types, and one pseudo-type, that were not addressed by Robert E. Bell and Roland Scott Hall in their description and illustration of forty-five projectile point types of the United States, published in 1953. Two types, Duncan and Hanna, recorded in Wheeler’s document were recently named and defined by Wheeler. Another, designated Agate Basin, will be described on the basis of specimens made available by Dr. Frank H.H. Roberts, Jr....


Two New Projectile Point Types: Duncan and Hanna Point. Smithsonian Institution

Citation DOCUMENT Richard Page Wheeler.

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Two New Projectile Point Types: Duncan and Hanna Points (1953)

DOCUMENT Richard P. Wheeler.

Expounding on new names, definitions, and categorizations of two point types found in the Keyhole Reservoir, Richard P. Wheeler compares the newly identified Duncan and Hanna Points to McKean Points found in similar contexts within three occupation sites in Northeastern Wyoming.

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America