One Year After Wildfire, Archeologists Unearth Indian Artifacts - Northland's NewsCen
One Year After Wildfire, Archeologists Unearth Indian Artifacts
"A landscape that is usually covered in vegetation is open," said Johnson. Johnson, and his team are finding stone tools that could be nine-thousand years old from the Palo Indian Era. "It's easy to see things like lithic artifacts, debitage for making ...
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08-17-2012 05:20 PM
PhD in Arrowheadology
Tribal Council Member
Remember...leave it where it it, take a GPS reading or a photo and contact the forest service.
Not all who wander are lost.
yeah...he can pick em but you cant.
Resident collective leg puller!
Yep, that was the part that jumped out of the story at me. Gotta put in the obligatory scare tactic and threat of federal crime to keep the public at large properly cowed.