Three Generations of Archaeology at Hidden Cave, Nevada

Thomas, David Hurst
September 1984
Archaeology;Sep/Oct84, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p40
Discusses the archaeological excavations at Hidden Cave in Nevada. Claims made by local resident Dick Wisenhunt of being the first white man to crawl into the Hidden Cave; Archaeological potential of the cave; Degree of artifact preservation and textbook stratigraphy of the cave; Significance of the paleoentological and paleobotanical data from the cave.


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