Archaeological Data Recovery at the Harrower Site (48SU867): Labarge Natural Gas Project, Appendix E: Pollen Analysis
Author(s): Linda Scott Cummings
The Harrower site (48SU867) is located along both sides of Dry Piney Creek in the Overthrust Belt of Sublette County, southwestern Wyoming. This multicomponent site exhibits cultural material dating between 13,620 B.P. and 280 B.P. Pollen samples from a stratigraphic column were collected and analyzed at 5 cm intervals and represent the paleoenvironment from approximately 12,000 B.P. to 9000 B.P., and 3300 B.P. to the present. In addition, a single sample from the moss underlying this column was examined. The age of this moss was established as 13,620 B.P. The pollen recorded from this stratigraphic column addresses the paleoenvironment for these periods. In addition, several features and a piece of ground stone were analyzed for their pollen content to provide data concerning subsistence at this site.
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Archaeological Data Recovery at the Harrower Site (48SU867): Labarge Natural Gas Project, Appendix E: Pollen Analysis. Linda Scott Cummings. Cultural Resource Management Report ,24. 1997 ( tDAR id: 380701) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8SJ1MX9
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Contact(s): PaleoResearch Institute
Prepared By(s): Archaeological Services, Western Wyoming College
Submitted To(s): Exxon Company U.S.A.
PRI Technical Report(s): 85-019F
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