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This plaster cast of a turtle was taken at the Indian Hill Archeological Site in Ellsworth County. This site had a series of petroglyphs on an outcrop of Dakota Sandstone and was first recorded in 1893. The plaster cast was made in 1966 and donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1994. Many of the glyphs at this site were destroyed in 1987 when a large panel of rock fell from the outcrop and shattered.

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Item Number: 313644
Call Number: 14EW1-16 1994.C.21
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 313644

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