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These photographs were taken during the 1975 at the Lake Scott Kansas Anthropological Association Dig and Kansas Archeological Training School at archeological site 14SC302 in Scott County. The training school later became known as the Kansas Archeological Training Program field school. Shown are two views of the site to the northwest and a projectile point, turtle shell (upside down), and a bone concentration in situ. The site was occupied at least twice: once during the Middle Ceramic period (1000 - 1500 CE) and later by Dismal River aspect groups (Apache 1650 - 1750 CE).

Date: 1975

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Item Number: 512545
Call Number: 14SC302 black & white
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 512545

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