2 edition of 1999 archaeological test excavation of site 24YE14, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming found in the catalog.
1999 archaeological test excavation of site 24YE14, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Paul H. Sanders
by Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist in Laramie, WY (P.O. Box 3431, University Station, Laramie, 82071)
Written in English
|Statement||by Paul H. Sanders ; with contributions by Richard Hughes ... [et al.] ; prepared for National Park Service, Intermountain Region, Denver, Colorado ; submitted by Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist, Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources.|
|Contributions||Hughes, Richard E. 1947-, United States. National Park Service. Intermountain Region., Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist.|
|LC Classifications||E78.W95 S294 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various paginations) :|
|LC Control Number||00327338|
Yellowstone National Park and north western Wyoming. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. 2 copies. Contributor: Powell, John Wesley - Geological Survey (U.S.) - Gannett, Henry - Renshawe, John H. Date: "Before Yellowstone" tells the story of these early people as revealed by archaeological research into nearly 2, sites--many of which MacDonald helped survey and excavate.
World-famous Yellowstone, established in , is the oldest national park in the United States and one of the most popular parks in the country. Sprawling across a basalt plateau in the north-west corner of Wyoming, this magnificent wilderness area spills into neighboring Idaho and Montana and forms the heart of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, one of the largest and best-preserved. Download this free picture about Yellowstone National Park Wyoming from Pixabay's vast library of public domain images and videos.
Book Description: Since , visitors have flocked to Yellowstone National Park to gaze in awe at its dramatic geysers, stunning mountains, and impressive wildlife. Yet more than a century of archaeological research shows that the wild landscape has a long history of human presence. Get this from a library! Before Yellowstone: Native American archaeology in the national park. [Douglas H MacDonald] -- In Before Yellowstone, Douglas MacDonald tells the story of these early people as revealed by archaeological research into nearly 2, sites - many of which he helped survey and excavate. He.
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(Paul Hugh) Sanders, Richard E. (Richard Edward) Hughes, Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist. and United States. The Test Excavation of Site 48Ye, Mammoth Campground, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming () Addendum to Archaeological Treatment Plan for Yellowstone Federal Highway Projects () American Indians and Yellowstone National Park () Archaeological Assessment of Site 24Ye14 Yellowstone National Park: Field Season ( Archeological resources are the primary—and often the only—source of information about humans in Yellowstone for nearly the entire time that people have been in the area.
Archeological evidence indicates that people began traveling through and using the area that was to become Yellowstone National Park more t years ago.
A new issue of Yellowstone Science magazine takes an in-depth look at archaeology in Yellowstone, celebrating the achievements of recent research and tracing the history of the park’s archaeology program.
From historical Native American use through modern times, the park’s million acres is a treasure trove of historical and cultural artifacts.
The information below represents an. The prehistory of Yellowstone National Park is rich, dating back more t years. To date, Osprey Beach is the oldest archaeological site in the park. This site, located on Yellowstone Lake’s West Thumb, contains a record of prehistoric occupation that is unparalleled in southern Yellowstone.
Archaeological excavations by the University of Montana (UM) at the Little Trail Creek Site (24PA) in the Gallatin National Forest near Gardiner, Montana, yielded burn features, as well as.
Yellowstone National Park is an American national park located in the western United States, largely in the northwest corner of Wyoming and extending into Montana, and was established by the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, Yellowstone was the first national park in the U.S.
and is also widely held to be the first national park in the. Yellowstone National Park, located primarily in the U.S. state of Wyoming, though the park also extends into Montana and Idaho and its Mountains and Mountain Ranges are part of the Rocky are at least 70 named mountain peaks over 8, feet (2, m) in Yellowstone in four mountain of the ranges—The Washburn Range and the Red Mountains—are minor and.
Archaeological Survey for the Snake Headwaters Project: – Survey and Evaluation Report. University of Montana, Missoula. Sanders., P. Prehistoric land-use patterns within the Yellowstone Lake basin and Hayden Valley region, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
In Yellowstone. The following article is an adapted excerpt from my book, Before Yellowstone: Native American Archaeology in the National Park, published by University of Washington Press in February of I led my University of Montana (UM) archeology crews on five years of archeological research trips () along Yellowstone Lake’s remote southern.
The first Yellowstone National Park guidebook, Henry J. Norton's Wonderland Illustrated: or, Horseback Rides Through the Yellowstone National Park, describes it as an "excellent wagon road." [ 8 ] However, some travelers revealed more critical views about the condition of.
National Park Service Director Conrad Wirth develops a plan for an improvement program called Mission 66 to improve the park in time for the National Park Service’s 50 th anniversary in New buildings are constructed and Yellowstone, along with many other national parks, is revitalized.
Yellowstone National Park, the oldest, one of the largest, and probably the best-known national park in the United is situated principally in northwestern Wyoming and partly in southern Montana and eastern Idaho and includes the greatest concentration of hydrothermal features in the world.
The park was established by the U.S. Congress on March 1,as the country’s first. Yellowstone National Park - Yellowstone National Park - Physical features: Yellowstone’s relief is the result of tectonic activity (volcanism and earthquakes) combined with the erosional actions of ice and water.
Most of the park consists of broad volcanic plateaus with an average elevation of about 7, feet (2, metres). Three mountain ranges, each aligned roughly north to south. Yellowstone National park was the first U.S.
national park ever created. It was made into a National Park in the yearover 45 years ago. The park is located in northwestern Wyoming. Yellowstone is known for its geothermal structures and lustrous plants and wildlife.
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Yellowstone National Park is one of the most famous parks in the country, but just because it’s popular doesn’t mean it isn’t loaded with hidden gems and incredible secrets. Learn about some of the lesser-known sites in and around Yellowstone National Park.
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