Indians as Archaeologists

Nov 15th, 1992 | By | Category: 4-3: Indian Research, Features
By Beverly Badhorse

Archaeological study of native American cultures is nothing new; Indian artifacts have been collected for centuries. But a project at a site called Bear Gulch is directed by Fort Belknap College and staffed with its stu­dents, making it one of the few digs to be managed and worked by American Indians. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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