Archaeological Examination of Amax Coal Company Lands in Campbell County, Wyoming
Author(s): James D. Keyser
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Archaeological Examination of Amax Coal Company Lands in Campbell County, Wyoming. James D. Keyser. 1973 ( tDAR id: 41147)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Amax Belle Ayr Mine • Blades • Chronology • Fossil Oyster Shells • Historic Stone Corrals • Historic Structures • Historic Trash • Homesteads • Late Middle Period Points • Late Prehistoric Points • Lithic Scatter • Lithic Sources • Paleontology • Projectile Points • Scrapers • Seasonal Campsite • Significance
56005 (Fips Code) • Campbell (County) • Little Powder River Drainage • North America (Continent) • Northwestern Plains • Petrified Forests • Powder River Basin • United States of America (Country) • Wyoming (State / Territory)
A.D. 1940 - 1500 B.C.
min long: -106.025; min lat: 43.495 ; max long: -105.074; max lat: 45.001 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Sponsor(s): Amax Coal Company, Indianapolis, In
Prepared By(s): University of Montana, Unknown Location
NADB document id number(s): 900147
NADB citation id number(s): 000000111460
General Note: Submitted to: Amax Coal Company, Indianapolis, In
General Note: Sent from: University of Montana, Unknown Location