Abstract - New Discovery of An Archaeological and Paleontological Site in Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota
Martin, James E. and Abbott, Jane P. New Discovery of An Archaeological and Paleontological Site in Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota.
For the first time, a stratified succession of sediments containing both archaeological and paleontological specimens has been discoverd in the Black Hills. Mr. Richard W. Klukas, research biologist, brought the site along Beaver Creek in Custer County to attention, and through the courtesy of the park service, excavations were allowed to commence.
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