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Archaeology Dig 2007: Nicodemus Kansas __ "The project will excavate and document settlement-period dugout ruins to assess their integrity, function, and occupation date."  Learn the history and archaeology of this post-Civil War settlement. - illustrated - From K. Kris Hirst/about.com - http://archaeology.about.com/b/2007/04/12/archaeology-dig-2007-nicodemus-kansas.htm


Archaeological Dig near Kanorado __ A pictorial essay of this research. - illustrated - From ljworld.com - http://www2.ljworld.com/photos/galleries/2005/jun/12/archaeological_dig_kanorado/ 


Artifacts of Kansas __ A comprehensive site about Kansas archaeology including photos, law, and general information. - illustrated - From ksartifacts.info - http://www.ksartifacts.info/


A Bibliography of Kansas Archaeology Projects __ Just what the title says it is. - From saa.org - http://www.saa.org/public/resources/MetalDetectors_Kansas.html


Category:Archaeological sites in Kansas __ Index of articles relating to Kansas archaeology found in Wikipedia. - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Archaeological_sites_in_Kansas  

Cool Things, Coronado Sword, Kansas State Historical Society __ While not an 'archaeological' story per se, it is close enough and an interesting story to boot. "Sometimes an artifact isn't what it seems to be. This is the story of one such object." - illustrated - From Kansas State Historical society - http://www.kshs.org/cool/coolswrd.htm



dig: Kansas Archaeology Events __ "dig's guide to special archaeological programs, events, and exhibits in Kansas" - From digonsite.com - http://www.digonsite.com/guide/kansas.html 

Dig may change beliefs on early peoples __ "Archaeological site near Kanorado may be uncovering earliest record of campsites on the Great Plains" Read the full story. - From Lawrence Journal-World - http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2005/jun/12/kanorado/?ku_news 

Kansas Archaeology Basics __ "In the remote past, Kansas was covered by seas, and much of its present landscape derives from the rock formations that developed at that time. The area eventually evolved into a plains or prairie region, with forests confined mainly to stream courses. People first came to Kansas some 11,000 to 12,000 years ago, during the last of the Ice Age. Although the state was not glaciated at that time, the climate was cooler and less seasonal than today. Huge animals such as mammoth and mastodon roamed the area until a gradual warming trend brought an end to the Ice Age, and mass extinctions occurred around 10,000 years ago." You can pick up the story from there and learn what archaeology has taught us about the Kansan past. - From Kansas State Historical Society - http://www.kshs.org/resource/archbasics.htm


Kansas Archaeology Museum Directory __ List of archaeology museums in Kansas - From museumsusa.org - http://www.museumsusa.org/museums/?k=1271407%2CCategoryID%3A1601640%3BState%3AKS%3Bdirectoryid%3A200454




Kansas Archeology Training Program, Kansas State Historical Society __ "Less than one more mile west and the 2005 Kansas Archeology Training Program (KATP) field school would have been in Colorado. But by staying just east of the state line, project volunteers had a rare opportunity to work on a cluster of sites that represents one of the most important archeological finds in the High Plains and perhaps North America." Learn about research at the Kanorado site. - illustrated - From kshs.org - http://www.kshs.org/resource/katpcurrent.htm


Kansas evidence may predate Texas discovery __ A news article "Two sites worked by Rolfe Mandel, a geoarchaeologist with the Kansas Geological Survey, and others near Kanorado and at Lovewell Reservoir in Jewell County might roll back the time by thousands of years." - From kansas.com - http://www.kansas.com/2011/03/25/1777565/kansas-evidence-could-lead-to.html


Kansas Preservation Plan Profile __ "The Kansas Historic Preservation Plan: Planning For the Future: Historic Preservation is Public Policy" Learn about the preservation plan and its impact on Kansas archaeology. - From National Park Service - http://www.cr.nps.gov/hps/pad/stateplans/kansas.htm 

Kansas State Historical Society __ "Follow the text link to archaeology (click "Programs and Services," then scroll down to "Preservation") for a lot of information about Kansas archaeology..." - illustrated - By Kansas State Historical Society - http://www.kshs.org/


KCK archaeology enthusiasts plan Kansas dig  __ "Part of summer vacation for Mary Conrad, Sumner Academy librarian, will consist of supervising the wash lab at an archaeological dig in Kansas."  Read a news story about a native American archaeological site on the Verdigris River in Montgomery County, Kan. - From wyandottedailynews.com - http://www.wyandottedailynews.com/opinion/1432-column-kck-archaeology-enthusiasts-plan-kansas-dig


Manhattan Archaeological Survey - Manhattan, KS __ "Ninety-eight archaeological sites had been formally reported and listed in the KHS
Archaeological Inventory within the Manhattan Archaeological Survey project area prior to the initiation of this project in December 2008."  A detailed look at these sites. - A PDF file - illustrated -From manhattan.ks.us - http://www.ci.manhattan.ks.us/DocumentView.aspx?DID=7665  



Mine Creek Battlefield, Exhibits __ This is the only Civil War battle site in Kansas. The 1864, Mine Creek Battlefield site has been intensively studied through various archaeological methods. - illustrated - From the Kansas State Historical Society.From Kansas State Historical Society - http://www.kshs.org/places/minecreek/exhibits.htm

Professional Archaeologists of Kansas (PAK) Home Page __ Most of what you may want to know about Kansas archaeology could be found here. You will find news, research law, digital maps and data sources along with t\a lot more. - illustrated - From PAK - http://www.ksarchaeo.info/index.html


Quarry Creek - Excavation, Analysis and Prospect of a Kansas City Hopewell Site, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas __ You will find a brief abstract of the report and if you click on the PDF link, you will find the whole report. - From dtic.mil - http://oai.dtic.mil/oai/oai?verb=getRecord&metadataPrefix=html&identifier=ADA281351


Re: Looking for Pre-Clovis in Kansas __ A brief paper about the topic. - From derkeiler.com/he Lawrence Journal-World - http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Sci/sci.archaeology.mesoamerican/2005-08/msg00002.html


Renner Site - 23PL1 __ "The Renner Site was discovered by J. Mett Shippee and he brought it to the attention of Waldo Wedel (U. S National Museum) who excavated at the site in 1937 to document the site's pottery forms that resemble the decorated pottery styles that were often termed "Hopewell."  A overview, photo gallery and bibliography. - illustrated - From stlcc.edu - http://users.stlcc.edu/mfuller/renner/ 

Trowbridge __ "Trowbridge (14WY1) is an archaeological site located near Kansas City, Kansas." You will find a basic overview and links to additional materials. - illustrated - From Professor Michael Fuller - http://users.stlcc.edu/mfuller/Trowbridge.html


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