Topic ID #38081 - posted 2/19/2017 7:51 AM

Ancient town yields new clues to early life in Wyoming



rkeyo

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For years Bryon Schroeder heard rumors of an abandoned ancient village in central Wyoming where archaeologists found tens of thousands of artifacts then moved on before fully excavating the site.

The site, first discovered in 1969 in the Shirley Basin, became almost mythical. When Schroeder started asking about where exactly it was located and what was found there, no one could remember.

http://www.wyofile.com/column/ancient-town-yields-new-clues-early-life-wyoming/





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