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Archeological & Paleontological Sites - Wyoming Articles & Tips ... __ A general article about sites in Wyoming. - illustrated - From wyomingtourism.org - http://www.wyomingtourism.org/overview/Archeological-and-Paleontological-Sites/31013


Archaeology on the Anticline - Pinedale, Wyoming __ "Shell, Ultra and Questar natural gas exploration companies, operators in the Pinedale Anticline natural gas fields south of Pinedale, hosted a special presentation at the Museum of the Mountain Man on Wednesday about archaeology on the Pinedale Anticline."  A lengthy essay on the subject. - From pinedaleonline.com - http://www.pinedaleonline.com/news/2010/04/ArchaeologyontheAnti1.htm  


Archaeology/Paleontology - Wyoming Activities __ Dinosaurs, cave dwellings, ancient civilizations and more can be found in Wyoming.  this is an introduction to them. - illustrated - From wyomingtourism.org - http://www.wyomingtourism.org/overview/Archaeology-Paleontology/2054


Category:Archaeological sites in Wyoming __ Index of articles relating to Wyoming archaeology found in Wikipedia. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Archaeological_sites_in_Wyoming



dig: Wyoming Archaeology Events __ "dig's guide to special archaeological programs, events, and exhibits in Wyoming" - From digonsite.com - http://www.digonsite.com/guide/wyoming.html  

Dilts Bison Kill Site In Wyoming Page 1 __ "The Dilts site is a Paleo-Indian site that shows evidence of a bison kill. It was recently discovered, by archaeologists working for Western Land Services, during a survey of the ground surface in preparation for methane gas well drilling in the area." Learn about the site and what the future plans are for researching it. - illustrated - From ithiccastinglab.com - http://lithiccastinglab.com/gallery-pages/diltsbisonkillsitepage1.htm


Further news on looting of Wyoming archaeological site __ A rather dated article from 2003 but looting is still a problem. - From stonepages.com - http://www.stonepages.com/news/archives/000451.html


Greybull River Archaeology Wyoming __ "Archaeologists frequently associate Thomomys taploides, the Northern Pocket Gopher, with the loss of stratigraphic integrity. Disturbance from subsurface burrowing and the redistribution of sediment can result in both lateral and vertical movement of cultural material."  The effect of burrowing animals is one one of the topics covered here. - illustrated - From greybull.org - http://www.greybull.org/



In the Red Desert of southwestern Wyoming __ "For over 10,000 years humans have lived in Wyoming. For only the last two centuries, have people been trying to write on paper a description of the events that have transpired on its landscape. Some of those writers wrote about the past." Learn about the history and archaeological research in Wyoming's Red Desert. - illustrated - From wwcc.cc.wy.us - http://www.wwcc.cc.wy.us/wyo_hist/ 


mam-mis __ "Long before military families pulled their travel trailers into F.E. Warren Air Force Base's FamCamp, Native American families pulled their travois into similar areas. Native Americans began camping in the base area as long as 11,500 years ago. As the town of Cheyenne developed around the base, the area served as an important preserve for these sites." Learn about the archaeological research undertaken and read about the results. - illustrated - From cr.nps.gov - http://www.cr.nps.gov/seac/mam-mis.htm


Petroglyph and Pictograph Sites to Visit on Wyoming Road Trip __ "Two kinds of Native American rock art are found in Wyoming. Petroglyphs are images created by pecking or carving an image into the rock. Pictographs are drawn or painted onto the rock surface. Though petroglyph sites are usually located in remote areas, there are several awe-inspiring sites that can be visited without too much difficulty."  Learn how and where. - From suite101.com - http://wyoming-travel.suite101.com/article.cfm/petroglyph-and-pictograph-sites-to-visit-on-wyoming-road-trip  
Resources at Risk __ Learn about the dangers being faced by archaeological and historic sites in Wyoming. - From blm.gov - http://www.blm.gov/wy/st/en/programs/Cultural_Resources/atrisk.html


Welcome to the Wyoming Historic Preservation Office __ Learn about the organization, accomplishments and goals. - illustrated - From state.wy.us - http://wyoshpo.state.wy.us/




Wyoming Archaeology __ I think they pretty much said it all.  "This website is a partnership between the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists (WAPA) and the Wyoming Archaeological Society (WAS). Our goal is to provide for the dissemination of current archaeological information from Wyoming, to provide access to the online journal of The Wyoming Archaeologist, to present relevant archaeological news, and, to provide upcoming events for both the avocational and professional archaeologist." - illustrated - From wyomingarchaeology.org - http://www.wyomingarchaeology.org/  


Wyoming Preservation Plan Profile __ Learn what the state is planning to preserve historic and archaeological sites. - from National Park Service - http://www.cr.nps.gov/hps/pad/stateplans/wyoming.htm


Wyoming State Archaeologist Office __ Information about what the office does, historic sites, research and much more. - From State of Wyoming - http://wyoarchaeo.state.wy.us/  


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