Selected Archaeology Projects: Mountain West USA

 

 

 


 Explore Wyoming's Cultural Heritage 
Interactive maps and links to background information about prehistoric and historical archaeology sites and museums in Wyoming. Included are entries for rock art sites, frontier forts, historic battlefields, and mammoth kill sites. The University of Wyoming's Department of Anthropology, working with the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund and the State of Wyoming created this site.

 

 

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 Lowry Pueblo (near Cortez, New Mexico)

Lowry Pueblo is a part of Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. This 40-room pueblo, built circa 1060 A.D., was home to about 100 people. The ruins include a number of kivas round, subterranean rooms for ceremonial and domestic activities. Most of the pueblo is open for visitation. There is a self-guided interpretative tour. This web site at the Field Museum (Chicago, Illinois) has information about the ruins and their excavation (including an image gallery) posted as part of the Paul S. Martin Collection.

 

Western Wyoming College's excavation of the Evanston Chinatown
(Evanston, Wyoming)

 

Updated 11/30/11