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References: 

Douglas Brown, “Denver-Area’s Lamb Spring Archaeological Dig Hints at Early North American Humans,” The Denver Post, April 15, 2012.

Douglas Brown, “Douglas County’s Lamb Spring Archaeological Dig Could Rewrite Human History,” The Denver Post, April 15, 2012.

E. James Dixon, “Lamb Spring [5DA83],” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (August 31, 1995).

S. R. Holen, “New Radiocarbon Ages from the Lamb Spring Archaeological Site,” Denver Museum of Nature and Science Technical Report 2011-02 (2011).

The Lamb Spring Site,” US Geological Survey, Core Research Center.

James Rancier, Gary Haynes, and Dennis Stanford, “1981 Investigations of Lamb Spring,” Southwestern Lore 48, no. 2 (1982).

Dennis Stanford, Waldo R. Wedel, and Glenn R. Scott, “Archaeological Investigations of the Lamb Spring Site,” Southwestern Lore 47, no. 1 (1981).

Additional Information: 

E. Steve Cassells, The Archaeology of Colorado, rev. ed. (Boulder, CO: Johnson Books, 1997).

Scott A. Elias and Alan R. Nelson, “Fossil Invertebrate Evidence for Late Wisconsin Environments at the Lamb Spring Site, Colorado,” Plains Anthropologist 34, no. 126 (1989).

John W. Fisher Jr., “Observations on the Late Pleistocene Bone Assemblage from the Lamb Spring Site, Colorado,” in Ice Age Hunters of the Rockies, eds. Dennis J. Stanford and Jane S. Day (Niwot: University Press of Colorado and Denver Museum of Natural History, 1992).

Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve.

Sarah M. Nelson et al., Denver: An Archaeological History (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001).

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