Whitehall Rock Shelter (Site Name Keyword)
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This file contains the Whitehall Rock Shelter catalog from the excavations of 1977-78.
Whitehall Catalog guide (2008)
This file contains the Whitehall Rock Shelter catalog guide from the excavations of 1977-78.
Whitehall color images (1977)
These files contain images from the site of Whitehall Rock Shelter excavations of 1977-78.
Whitehall Correspondence (1977)
These files contain correspondence with landowner Mr. John J. Golembeski. There are three letters written to Mr. Golembeski: one dated April 11, 1977, asking for permission to carry out excavations on the land surrounding the rock shelter; one dated August 22, 1977, giving him an update on the findings of the 1977 field school; and one dated May 31, 1978, asking for his permission to carry out excavations again.
Whitehall grey-scale images (1977)
These files contain grey-scale images from the Whitehall Rock Shelter excavations of 1977-78.
Whitehall Maps (1977)
These files contain maps from the site Whitehall Rock Shelter excavations of 1977-78.
Whitehall Rock Shelter (11716)
The landowner was Mr. John J. Golembeski at the time. The rock shelter at Whitehall was excavated over two years (1977-78). This spot was ideal because 10,000 years ago after the glacial ice cleared this area was most likely a migratory route for caribou.
Whitehall Smithsonian Radiocarbon Dating (1978)
This is the results from a radiocarbon date on a carbonized wood sample from the excavations at Whitehall Rock Shelter.