The archaeology of Wilson Butte Cave south central Idaho by Ruth Bryan

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  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Antiquities

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Statementby Ruth Gruhn. --
SeriesOccasional papers of the Idaho State College Museum -- no. 6, Occasional papers of the Idaho State College Museum -- no. 6.
ContributionsIdaho State College. Museum
LC ClassificationsE78.I18 I4 no.6
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Pagination201 p. :
Number of Pages201
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26575563M

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The archaeology of Wilson Butte Cave, south-central Idaho. [Ruth Gruhn]. Review of the excavations at Wilson Butte Cave, Wasden Site, and at Jaguar Cave are included as is summary of the Buhl burial. Chapter seven summarizes Early Archaic (8, B.P.) components while chapter eight reviews the less known Middle Archaic (5, B.P.) occupations of the plain.

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(tDAR id: ). Cite this Record. The Archaeology of Wilson Butte Cave South-Central Idaho. Ruth Gruhn. (tDAR id: ). Matupi Cave is a cave in the Mount Hoyo massif of the Ituri Rainforest, Democratic Republic of the Congo and northeastern Zaire, where archaeologists have found evidence for Later Stone Age human occupation spanning o years.

The cave has some of the earliest evidence in the world for microlithic tool technologies. Today, although Matupi Cave is located in the rainforest, evidence Coordinates: 1°11′36″N 30°00′30″E / °N.

The Wilson Butte Cave provides some of the earliest proof of human presence in Idaho and North America. Volcanic rocks formed this domelike cave. The cave sits on ancient lava that flowed millions of years ago. Ab years ago, native people used the cave as a shelter during bison hunting.

The cave served as protection. The Archaeology of the Snake River Plain by MARK G. PLEW. gional archaeology, chronology, the. environmen. Discussion of Wilson Butte Cave (Wilson.

Butte I-III) is. Wilson Butte Cave is located on the Snake River plain in Jerome County northeast of Twin Falls and southeast of Shoshone, on the National Register of Historic Places as an archeological site, it is maintained by the Bureau of Land Management.A round bubble in appearance, it pops up from a flat wide bed of ancient basalt inflationary or uplift cave is inside the bubble.

The Archaeology of the Snake River Plain by MARK G. PLEW Book Reviews regions compared to the Colorado Plateau and Wilson Butte Cave, Jaguar Cave, Simon Clovis Site, Kelvin's Cave, Buhl.

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In his book Weird America, Jim Brandon tells there is a Piute, or Paiute, Indian legend of an underground city below Death Valley, that they refer to as Shin- Au-av.

An Indian guide in the s, Tom Wilson, claimed that his grandfather had discovered catacombs below the ground in the area. b The Archaeology of Wilson Butte Cave, South-Central Idaho. Occasional Papers of the Idaho State University Museum, No.

Pocatello. Review of: 'The Old Cordilleran Culture in the Pacific Northwest," by B. Robert Butler. Man, Vol. 57, pp Gunkel, Alexander. Wilson Butte Cave is located on the Snake River plain in Jerome County, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an archeological site.

Excavation has shown that native people lived in and around the cave at le years ago, possibly as long ago as 15, years. The following fall Emma and Wilson's only child, Harry, was killed in a mining accident in Butte, Montana. He is buried next to his mother in Oakwood Cemetery. Wilson E Thrush lived to be 77 years old, he died December 7th and is buried with.

Swanson ), and at two sites in particular—Wilson B eut t Cave and Fort Rock Cave—archaeologists obtained dates sur - passing Clovis in antiquity (Bedwell ; Gruhn ). Wilson Butte Cave’s earliest cultural layers, however, were convincingly reinterpreted Cited by: 5.

Wilson was a blacksmith by trade, Emma was a stay at home wife who may have been sickly. Emma Ryan Thrush died on October 4th of uremic poisoning - kidney failure. She was 45 years old. She is buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Warsaw, Kosciusko Co, IN.

Wilson married for a second time inthe widow Etta Belle Oakley nee Shaffer. Wilson Butte Cave at ab B.P., and at Fort Rock Cave at ab B.P. Left as candidates for future decision are Meadowcroft, the Pikimachay oc-cupation with a single date at 14, B.P., and the Monte Verde occupation at 12, B.P.

After his. This paper presents a description of the Simon Fraser University reference library of source characterisations, followed by an example of its application to the volcanic glass artifact assemblage excavated in and from the Wilson Butte Cave site, Idaho. This list is numbered in roughly chronological order.

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