Archaeological Inventory for a 12 Mile Transmission Line From Pacific Power and Light's Blacks Fork Substation To a Switchrack South of Granger, Wyoming
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Archaeological Inventory for a 12 Mile Transmission Line From Pacific Power and Light's Blacks Fork Substation To a Switchrack South of Granger, Wyoming. Ronald E. Kainer, Patricia Treat. 1980 ( tDAR id: 31368)
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Biface Fragments • Chopper • Cores • Firecracked Rocks • Flakes • Historic Sheepherder Camp • Inventory • Isolates • Lithic Scatters • Lithic Tools • Lithic Waste Flakes • Mule Deer • Probable Sheepherder Camp • Projectile Points • Pronghorn Antelope • Recent Trash • Riparian Plant Community • Scraper • Significance • Transmission Line • Unspecified Tools • Vegetation
56037 (Fips Code) • Blacks Fork River Drainage • Green River Basin • North America (Continent) • Rocky Mountains • Sweetwater (County) • United States of America (Country) • Upper Sonoran Transition Zone • Wyoming (State / Territory)
min long: -110.054; min lat: 40.997 ; max long: -107.504; max lat: 42.271 ;
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Prepared By(s): Western Wyoming College, Rock Springs, WY
NADB document id number(s): 903813
NADB citation id number(s): 000000115126
General Note: Sent from: Western Wyoming College, Rock Springs, WY
General Note: Submitted to: Intermountain Consumer Power Association, Sandy, UT