Bush Shelter (48WA324): a Multi-Component Dry Rockshelter In the Foothills of the Big Horn Mountains
Author(s): Karen G. Miller
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Bush Shelter (48WA324): a Multi-Component Dry Rockshelter In the Foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. Karen G. Miller. Wyoming Archaeologist. 30 (1-2): 1-22. 1987 ( tDAR id: 104710)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Basketry • Cordage • Early Plains Archaic Projectile Points • Excavation • Firecracked Rock • Geology • Hammerstones • Leather • Lithic Raw Material Sources • Macrofloral Remains • Manos • Medicine Lodge Creek Projectile Point • Multi-Component Site • Oxbow Projectile Point • Packrat Midden • Rockshelter • Shelter • Site Function • Small Mammal Remains • Stratigraphy • Worked Wood
min long: -108.551; min lat: 43.5 ; max long: -107.111; max lat: 44.168 ;
lccn(s): sc 79005441 sf 94092458
NADB document id number(s): 5190657
NADB citation id number(s): 000000163323