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Archeological Progress Report No. 9, Field Season of 1964

Author(s): Smithsonian Institution, Missouri Basin Project

Year: 1964

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Summary

This is the ninth in a series of reports presented to provide a summary of current field activities within the Missouri River Basin. Twenty-three field parties, representing one federal and seven state agencies, participated in the Inter-Agency Archaeological Salvage Program within the Missouri Basin during the summer of 1964. Fourteen parties were fielded by the Missouri Basin Project of the Smithsonian Institution. Eleven of these worked within the Oahe, Big Bend, and Fort Randall reservoirs of North Dakota and South Dakota. The Smithsonian also had parties in the Rathbun Reservoir of Iowa and the Wyoming segment of the Yellowtail Reservoir. State Universities, museums and historical societies, cooperating with the National Park Service, conducted excavations and surveys at reservoir areas in North Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, South Dakota and Kansas.


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Cite this Record

Archeological Progress Report No. 9, Field Season of 1964. Smithsonian Institution, Missouri Basin Project. Lincoln, Nebraska: Smithsonian Institution, River Basin Surveys. 1964 ( tDAR id: 391109) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8G161SN


Keywords

Culture
Arikara Chouteau Aspect Historic McKean Complex Middle Missouri Tradition Middle Woodland Mississippian Modern Sioux PaleoIndian Plains Village Thomas Riggs Focus Woodland

Material
Ceramic Chipped Stone Fauna Fire Cracked Rock Glass Ground Stone Human Remains Macrobotanical Metal Shell Wood

Site Name
13LC1 13MA10 13MA11 13MA19 13MA20 13MA21 13MA23 13MA30 13MA41 13MA42 13MA43 13MA44 13MA45 25KX204 32SI2 32SI200 39CA4 39CO14 39CO5 39DW231 39DW242 39DW252 39DW255 39DW256 39HU60 39LM204 39LM26 39LM27 39LM34 39LM39 39LM55 39SL45 39ST17 39ST202 39ST218 39ST219 39ST220 39ST222 39ST223 39ST224 39ST225 39ST226 39ST227 39ST229 39ST234 39ST235 39ST243 39ST55 39ST56 39WW2 48BH206 Bottleneck Cave Calamity Village Chapelle Creek Site Davis Site Fire Heart Creek Site Fort George Fort George Village Fort Manuel Fort Sully Larson Site Milo's Silo Site Mohler Farm Site Rygh Site Sommers Site Stelzer Site Tramp Deep Site

Site Type
Ancient Church / Religious Structure Ancient Communal / Public Structure Archaeological Feature Burial Mound Church / Religious Structure Communal / Public Structure Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex Domestic Structures Encampment Funerary and Burial Structures or Features Hamlet / Village House House Mound Hunting / Trapping Midden Non-Domestic Structures Palisade Pit Pit House / Earth Lodge Post Hole / Post Mold Refuse Pit Resource Extraction / Production / Transportation Structure or Features Roasting Pit / Oven / Horno Rock Shelter Settlements Storage Pit Tomb


Spatial Coverage

min long: -112.148; min lat: 36.506 ; max long: -88.682; max lat: 49.136 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contributor(s): National Park Service ; G. Hubert Smith ; Robert W. Neuman ; Lionel A. Brown ; Wilfred M. Husted ; Richard E. Jensen ; Oscar L. Mallory ; John J. Hoffman ; Kansas State Historical Society ; University of Missouri ; University of Nebraska ; Science Museum of the St. Paul Institute, Minnesota ; State Historical Society of North Dakota ; State University of South Dakota

Project Director(s): Warren W. Caldwell

Repository(s): Midwest Archeological Center, Lincoln, Nebraska

Prepared By(s): Smithsonian Institution, Missouri Basin Project


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