UW Anthropologists Publish Book on Hell Gap
June 12, 2009 — University of Wyoming anthropologists Marcel Kornfeld,
George Frison and Mary Lou Larson recently published a book about one of
North America's most significant Paleoindian sites.
"Hell Gap: A Stratified Peleoindian Campsite at the Edge of the Rockies (The University of Utah Press) begins the analysis of the vast quantity of material recovered at the site.
Hell Gap was first uncovered in the late 1950s and yet remains one of the least understood and most poorly published of the sites that helped establish the framework for Paleoindian archaeology as it exists today.
More about the book can be found here.
Posted on Friday, June 12, 2009