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Full Record: x-35463/35463

Excavating the interior of Dust Cave

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32221

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35464/35464

David Anderson inside Dust Cave

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32222

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35465/35465

Sterile overburden is shown in this profile of deposits in the entrance trench outside the entrance of Dust Cave.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32223

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35466/35466

Stratigraphic profile showing ash lenses at Dust Cave

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32225

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35467/35467

Stratigraphic profile with unknown ash and stone feature, possible hearth, in the profile of the entrance trench at Dust Cave.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32226

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35468/35468

Stratigraphic profile with ash lenses revealed in the profile of the entrance trench within Dust Cave.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32227

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35469/35469

Archaeologist Boyce Driskell at Dust Cave.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32228

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35470/35470

Archaeologist (unknown) taking notes in the field.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32229

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35471/35471

Archaeologist Nurit Finn, who served as excavation director for several seasons, within Dust Cave.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32230

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35472/35472

Archaeologist David Anderson excavating within the entrance chamber of Dust Cave.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32231

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35473/35473

The surface of deposits within the inner passage of Dust Cave. The dryness of these deposits inspired the name given to the cave by its early investigators.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32232

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35474/35474

Excavation of cave with lighting structure. This view of the cave is from the entrance looking into the entrance trench. The back wall of the entrance chamber forms the background.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32233

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35475/35475

Excavations underway in the entrance trench at Dust Cave. This view is within the entrance chamber of the cave near the middle of the trench. The deposits within the area of the cave were nearly 5 meters deep.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32234

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35477/35477

Excavation of the entrance trench at Dust Cave in progress. The Cave’s entrance is to the right; the west profile of the trench is in the background.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32236

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35478/35478

Excavations in progress in the entrance trench of Dust Cave. View is to the west.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32237

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35479/35479

Exterior of Dust Cave to the east of the entrance trench showing the proximity of the Cave’s deposits to the ceiling of the cave.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32238

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35480/35480

Exterior of cave excavation. A large trench (2 m by 12 m) was excavated through the entrance at Dust Cave from outside deposits to a point near the back of the cave. View of the trench at the entrance is to the east.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32239

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35481/35481

Exterior of cave excavation. A steep talis slope made working space very limited outside the entrance to Dust Cave.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32240

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35482/35482

Dust Cave is one of numerous caves located along this bluffline on the north side of the Tennessee River and Coffee Slough.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32241

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35483/35483

Dust Cave Archaeological field camp. Students, staff and visitors were lodged in a tent camp about 300 yards from the cave.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32242

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35488/35488

Portrait with (from left to right): Richard Ford, Mary Powell, John Speth.

circa July 1992

35mm slide: 32247

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-35787/35787

Stratigraphic profile in Dust Cave.

circa Jul. 1992

35mm slide: 32224

Alabama

Late Paleoindian through Middle Archaic, 10,650-3,600 cal. B.C.

Full Record: x-16553/16553

Guitarrero cave. View from cave. Early Peru site (excavated by Lynch) (Original teaching slide code: BF-46). John Alden, Tony Ranere, and Barbara Lynch shown.

35mm slide: 20477

Ancash

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-16554/16554

Guitarerro cave. Early Peru site (excavated by Lynch) (Original teaching slide code: BF-47). John Alden, Tony Rainere, and Barbara Lynch shown.

35mm slide: 20478

Ancash

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-10320/10320

Mammoth - Naco, Arizona. Arizona State Museum 2336. Profile and area of old excavation. Southern Arizona.

Apr. 1952

35mm slide: 4346

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-10321/10321

Mammoth - Naco, Arizona. Arizona State Museum 2349. Forming jacket.

Apr. 1952

35mm slide: 4347

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-10322/10322

Mammoth site, Naco, Arizona. Arizona State Museum 2335. Near Naco, at site.

Apr. 1952

35mm slide: 4348

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-10323/10323

Mammoth Site at Naco, Southeastern Arizona. Arizona State Museum 2340.

Apr. 1952

35mm slide: 4349

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-10324/10324

Mammoth - Naco, Arizona. Arizona State Museum 2346. Area to be jacketed.

Apr. 1952

35mm slide: 4350

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-10740/10740

Mammoth - Naco, Arizona. Arizona State Museum 2358. Clovis fluted points with Naco Mammoth. Left from arroyo.

May 1952

35mm slide: 4767

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-10741/10741

Mammoth - Naco, Arizona. Arizona State Museum 2341. Dr. Lance with Mammoth jaw. Southeastern Arizona.

Apr. 1952

35mm slide: 4768

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-10742/10742

Mammoth - Naco, Arizona. Arizona State Museum 2343. Rib, area.

Apr. 1952

35mm slide: 4769

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-10743/10743

Mammoth - Naco, Arizona. Arizona State Museum 2344. Point in place.

Apr. 1952

35mm slide: 4770

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-12534/12534

Naco, Arizona. Fluted points.

35mm slide: 7347

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-15949/15949

Lehner site, Lehner, Arizona, section and plan.

35mm slide: 10470

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-15950/15950

Lehner site, Lehner, Arizona, projectile points.

35mm slide: 10471

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-17545/17545

Murray Springs, Arizona. Mammoth bone shaft wrench, 259mm long.

Jan. 12, 1968

35mm slide: 11731

Arizona

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-12533/12533

Dent locality, Colorado. Projectile points.

35mm slide: 7346

Colorado

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-17044/17044

Olsen-Chubbuck site, Colorado. Projectile points found at the buffalo kill site show a surprising divergence of form in view of the fact that all of them were used simultaneously by a single group. In the center is a point of the Scottsbluff type. At the top left is another Scottsbluff point that shows some of the characteristics of a point of a point of the Eden type at top right. At bottom left is a third Scottsbluff point; it has characteristi

Jan. 1967

35mm slide: 11238

Colorado

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24509/24509

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implement.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25207

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24510/24510

El Jobo, Venezuela.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25208

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24511/24511

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implements.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25209

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24512/24512

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implements.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25210

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24513/24513

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implements.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25211

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24514/24514

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implements.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25212

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24515/24515

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implements.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25213

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24516/24516

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implements.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25214

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24517/24517

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implements.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25215

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24518/24518

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implements.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25216

Falcon

Paleoindian

Full Record: x-24519/24519

El Jobo, Venezuela. Stone implements.

May 1960

35mm slide: 25217

Falcon

Paleoindian