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Author(s): Linda Scott Cummings

Year: 2002

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Twenty pollen samples were examined from suspected garden beds or plots associated with the Hamill House in Georgetown, Colorado. A modern surface sample was examined to provide control information concerning modern pollen rain. In addition, fifteen samples were examined from a possible garden plot in the northeast portion of the lot. This plot was slightly lower than the neighboring sodded area. A single sample was examined from the possible sodded area next to the garden. One sample was collected near the back porch and two samples were collected in a probable flower bed in front of the conservatory in the front of the house. These samples were examined to determine if there is evidence of a garden to the northeast of the house (and to the west of the museum/office). A secondary goal was to identify contents of probable flower beds near the back porch and conservatory through examining the pollen record.

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POLLEN ANALYSIS OF SUSPECTED GARDEN AREAS ASSOCIATED WITH THE HAMILL HOUSE, GEORGETOWN, COLORADO. Linda Scott Cummings. PRI Technical Report ,2002-097. 2002 ( tDAR id: 378935) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8K936ZR


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min long: -105.757; min lat: 39.685 ; max long: -105.678; max lat: 39.735 ;

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PRI Technical Report(s): 02-097

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