MYAP Sept 19 blog

The Montana Yellowstone Archaeological Project (MYAP) began two years ago and now has had two successful summers. We have several graduate and undergraduate students working on the project. In 2007-2008, we surveyed the Boundary Lands, a circa 2,300 acre area north of Gardiner, Montana along the Yellowstone River. We identified more than 50 sites in the 2 years and excavated five, resulting in lots of research for Yellowstone, the University of Montana, and numerous graduate students. In 2009, MYAP will be in the Wyoming portion of Yellowstone Park, including Swan Lake Flats and Yellowstone Lake. We are very excited for another summer of archaeology and just being in Yellowstone, one of the most beautiful places on earth. Check out the pictures at this web site for a few images of past years. We thank Ann Johnson and Elaine Hale of Yellowstone and Christine Whitacre of the Rocky Mountain Cooperative Ecosystem Study Unit for their continued support of the project

Posted on September 19, 2008, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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