Publications in Salvage Archeology, 5: Pony Creek Archeology

Author(s): Lionel A. Brown

Editor(s): Jerome E. Petsche; Warren W. Caldwell

Year: 1967


During the late spring of 1962 the River Basin Surveys, Smithsonian Institution, conducted an archeological survey of the Pony Creek Watershed in Mills County, Iowa, as a part of the Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program. The watershed was surveyed and archeological sites in danger of destruction or inundation were tested or excavated. The preliminary investigation was directed by the writer with the assistance of Wilfred M. Husted and Lee G. Madison, both of the River Basin Surveys, Lincoln, Nebraska. The author returned to Pony Creek for three months during the summer of 1963 and directed a field crew varying from six to ten individuals. The field assistant was Stephen H. Schwartz, then of the River Basin Surveys, Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Publications in Salvage Archeology, 5: Pony Creek Archeology. Lionel A. Brown, Jerome E. Petsche, Warren W. Caldwell. Publications in Salvage Archeology ,5. Lincoln, NE: River Basin Surveys, Of. of Anthro., Smithsonian Institution. 1967 ( tDAR id: 192401) ; doi:10.6067/XCV80K29FV

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min long: -95.813; min lat: 41.026 ; max long: -95.775; max lat: 41.105 ;

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Sponsor(s): National Park Service

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Publications in Salvage Archeology(s): 5

NADB document id number(s): 640395

NADB citation id number(s): 000000097283

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