Environmental Study-Lassen Park (Other Keyword)
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This study reports on a survey of the areas in Lassen Volcanic National Park most likely to reveal aboriginal human activity, with some work in the areas less likely to have sites. Despite the limitations, the survey includes virtually every major drainage, meadow, spring, lake, pond, and rock shelter. It represents a large sample of the total park area which would be suitable for human use. In total, forty-seven archaeological sites were located and described. Therefore, this report represents...
Archaeological Survey of Route 1 and Vicinity of the Park Road, in Lassen Volcanic National Park, California (1972)
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