Middle Park, Colorado (Geographic Keyword)
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Barger Gulch Coding Sheets.csv (2020)
Barger Gulch Locality B
Field and laboratory data for the Barger Gulch Archaeological Project. These data are to be published as a companion dataset to the book Barger Gulch: A Folsom Campsite in the Rocky Mountains (University of Arizona Press) by Todd Surovell.
Barger Gulch Locality B database (2020)
This database includes all field and laboratory data from the Barger Gulch Archaeological Project. It includes all field data from the excavation of Barger Gulch Locality B (5GA915), a Folsom site in Grand County, Colorado It also includes mapping of surface artifacts and auger data. Laboratory analysis data for all lithic artifacts recovered from excavations are also included as are radiocarbon dates from excavations. These data will be published as a companion dataset to the book Barger...
Barger Gulch Locality B Database Information (2020)
Description of tables, fields, and structure of Barger Gulch Locality B database.
Barger Gulch Locality B Database Structure (2020)
Screenshot from Microsoft Access of Barger Gulch Locality B database structure
Barger Gulch Locality B Excavation Manual (2005)
Excavation manual used in the field during the Barger Gulch Archaeological Project. It can be used as a reference guide for the table Barger Gulch Coding sheets in the Barger_Gulch_Locality_B database.
Barger Gulch Quad Classification.csv (2020)
Barger Gulch Surface Collection.csv (2020)
Burned Bone.csv (2020)
Channel Flakes.csv (2020)
Excavation Polygons.csv (2020)
Excavation Units.csv (2020)
Feature Polygons.csv (2020)
Ground Stone.csv (2020)
IDENTIFICATION OF CHARCOAL FROM SITES IN MIDDLE PARK, COLORADO (1999)
Samples from two sites in Middle Park, Colorado, were submitted for identification. Sediment from Site 5GA1955 was recovered from a charcoal layer in a hearth. Charcoal from this sample was submitted to Beta Analytic, Inc., for radiocarbon dating. Charcoal from Site 5GA1217 occurred as scattered grains across the site surface and probably derives from a natural burn. Identification to the genus level for this charcoal is noted to have paleoclimatic significance.
Lithic Analysis Methods (2003)
Lithic analysis protocols used in the Barger Gulch Archaeological Project. This is an appendix from Surovell, Todd A. (2003) The Behavioral Ecology of Folsom Lithic Technology. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Arizona.
Points and Preforms.csv (2020)
POLLEN ANALYSIS AT THE JERRY CRAIG (5GA639) AND LOWER TWIN MOUNTAIN (5GA186) SITES, MIDDLE PARK, COLORADO (1997)
Pollen analysis examined ten stratigraphic samples from the Jerry Craig (5GA639) and five stratigraphic samples from the Lower Twin Mountain (5GA186) site. Middle Park has yielded buried evidence of Paleoindian occupation at several sites in the general vicinity of Wolford Mountain. Results of the examination of these stratigraphic samples is compared with other stratigraphic pollen analyses for Middle Park. In addition, these results are integrated with previous protein residue analysis of...
Pollen and Protein Residue Analysis at the Upper Twin Mountain Site (5GA1513), Middle Park, Colorado (1996)
Pollen and protein analyses were performed on soil samples and artifacts from the Upper Twin Mountain site (5GA1513), a bison bone bed associated with the Goshen Period. Site 5GA1513 is located on the south slope of Upper Twin Mountain and within the encompassing high montane basin, Middle Park. Four pollen samples were collected from a stratigraphic column that included the bison bone bed near its base. The environmental signal represented within these four pollen samples is consistent...
Radiocarbon dates.csv (2020)
Raw Materials.csv (2020)