Post Contact Historic (Temporal Keyword)
1-2 (2 Records)
Data recovery investigations in Locus 2 of 38BK1627 examined archaeological artifacts and deposits associated with two Post-Contact occupations of the site. Originally thought to represent an isolated slave settlement and later freedman’s tenant settlement, Locus 2 proved to contain the remnants of an early-eighteenth-century occupation of descendents of Robert Daniell as well as an extensive postbellum tenant occupation.
Lykins Valley Site (5Lr263): a Stratified Locality On Boxelder Creek, Larimer County, Colorado (1979)
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