Archaeological Investigations at Lakeview Lake: 1979 and 1980


The following report is a synthesis of archaeological investigations in the Lakeview Lake Project area. Following an archaeological survey of the project (Phase One) by Skinner and Connors (1979; see below), sequential years of test excavations (Phase Two, 1979; and Phase Three, 1980) were carried out. The results of Phase Two and Three investigations were accumulated in two annual reports (Raab, Bruseth and McIntyre 1979; Ferring and Reese 1979 and Raab, McGregor and McIntyre 1979; Ferring and Reese 1980). One of our tasks here is to synthesize the last two of years of investigation into a coherent statement. This job was made difficult because, as to be expected in any scientific enterprise, methods and objectives tended to evolve with increases in information. At the same time, however, we have attempted to keep such growth orderly by relating the investigations to central research design concepts. These are presented in detail. Some differences in approach and emphasis are apparent from one investigative stage to the next and these are an indication of changing research activities.

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Archaeological Investigations at Lakeview Lake: 1979 and 1980. L. Mark Raab, Allan J. McIntyre, James E. Bruseth, Daniel E. McGregor, C. Reid Ferring, Nancy G. Reese. 1982 ( tDAR id: 447044) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8447044

Spatial Coverage

min long: -97.124; min lat: 32.519 ; max long: -96.833; max lat: 32.754 ;

Record Identifiers

Contract No. (s): DACW63-78-C-009

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