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References: 

Timothy G. Baugh, “Holocene Adaptations in the Southern High Plains,” in Plains Indians, A.D. 500–1500, ed. Karl H. Schlesier (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1994).

Roger Echo-Hawk, “Ancient History in the New World: Integrating Oral Traditions and the Archaeological Record in Deep Time,” American Antiquity 65, no. 2 (April 2000).

James H. Gunnerson, Archaeology of the High Plains, Cultural Resource Series No. 19 (Lakewood, CO: Bureau of Land Management, 1987).

James H. Gunnerson, Apishapa Canyon Archaeology: Excavations at the Cramer, Snake Blakeslee and Nearby Sites, Reprints in Anthropology Vol. 41 (Lincoln, NE: J & L Reprint Company, 1989).

Stephen M. Kalasz, Mark D. Mitchell, and Christian J. Zier, “Late Prehistoric Stage,” in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Arkansas River Basin, ed. Christian J. Zier and Stephen M. Kalasz (Denver: Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, 1999).

Etienne B. Renaud, Indian Stone Enclosures of Colorado and New Mexico, Archaeological Papers Series No. 2 (Denver: Department of Anthropology, University of Denver, 1942).

Arnold M. Withers, “Reports of Archaeological Fieldwork in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah in 1952 and 1953,” Southwestern Lore 19, no. 4 (March 1954).

Additional Information: 

E. Steve Cassells, The Archaeology of Colorado (Boulder, CO: Johnson Publishing Company, 1997).

Colorado Preservation, Inc., Purgatoire River Region Survey

James H. Gunnerson, Archaeology of the High Plains (1987)

David Grant Nobel, Ancient Colorado: An Archaeological Perspective (Denver: Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, 2000).

Texas Beyond History: The Virtual Museum of Texas’ Cultural History

Christian J. Zier and Stephen M. Kalasz, Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Arkansas River Basin (Denver: Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, 1999).

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