Archeological Progress Report No. 8, Field Season of 1963

Summary

This is the eighth in a series of reports presented to provide a resume of current archeological work within the Missouri River Basin. During the summer of 1963 there were twenty-one field parties, representing one Federal and six State agencies, working in the Missouri Basin under the aegis of the Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program. A further breakdown shows that the Missouri Basin Project of the Smithsonian Institution, had twelve field parties working in reservoirs and proposed canal areas of Kansa, Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming and Montana. State universities, museums and historical societies, functioning as co-operators with the National Park Service, conducted extensive excavations and surveys at reservoirs in Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Montana. State universities, museums and historical societies, functioning as co-operators with the National Park Service, conducted extensive excavations and surveys at reservoirs in Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Montana. In addition to these activities, the Montana State University carried out a site survey of Glacier National Park and the Nebraska State Historical Society, with funds from the National Science Foundation, spent a fourth season at a stratified, early Lithic Period site in northeastern Nebraska.

Cite this Record

Archeological Progress Report No. 8, Field Season of 1963. Smithsonian Institution, Missouri Basin Project. Lincoln, Nebraska: Smithsonian Institution, River Basin Surveys. 1963 ( tDAR id: 391108) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8H132X7

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Keywords

Culture
Archaic Arikara Euroamerican Historic Historic Native American Oglala Sioux Plains Village Woodland

Material
Basketry Ceramic Chipped Stone Fauna Fire Cracked Rock Glass Ground Stone Metal Wood

Site Name
13HU301 13ML204 13ML218 13ML219 13ML222 13ML224 24BH205 24BH210 24BH250 24BH251 24BH252 24BH253 24BH254 24BH255 24BH257 24BH259 24CB221 32BD1 32SA2 32SH2 39CA4 39CA6 39CO14 39CO34 39DW1 Show More

Site Type
Burial Mound Burial Pit Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex Domestic Structures Funerary and Burial Structures or Features Hamlet / Village Hearth House Pit Pit House / Earth Lodge Post Hole / Post Mold Refuse Pit Roasting Pit / Oven / Horno Rock Shelter Settlements Tomb

Spatial Coverage

min long: -115.312; min lat: 37.279 ; max long: -89.824; max lat: 49.136 ;

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