TITLE

CONCLUSIONS

AUTHOR(S)
Johnson, Ann M.; Adkins, J. Frank
PUB. DATE
January 1997
SOURCE
Archaeological Investigations at the Ken-Caryl Ranch, Colorado;1997, p153
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A chapter from the book "Archaeological Investigations at the Ken-Caryl Ranch, Colorado" is presented. It presents the conclusions of the investigations of the Denver Chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society (CAS) on the Ken-Caryl Ranch. The investigations were considered to be salvage in nature. Deeply stratified cultural remains greater than five feet thick and occupied by Archaic and Woodland people was observed in the rock shelters, which were mostly used in winter, spring and fall.
ACCESSION #
28677738

 

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