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  • Edness Kimball Wilkins #1 Site



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    Edness Kimball Wilkins #1 Site is a prehistoric Native American campsite. A single radiocarbon date, together with diagnostic artifacts recovered from the site, places the time of occupation at the cusp of the Protohistoric Period. The site is regarded as rare due to the presence of Eastern Dismal River ceramics that are uncommon within the region of Wyoming where it is located. With its rich artifact assemblage spanning the Late Prehistoric Period to the first portion of the Protohistoric Period, the site has the potential to provide information about the pre-European contact period in Wyoming.




    Date Added to Register:
    Monday, August 10, 2015
    Natrona County
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