The Frazier Site : an agate basin occupation and lithic assemblage on the Kersey Terrace, northeastern Colorado
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The Frazier site was discovered by Frank Frazier in 1965, and was excavated from 1965 to 1967 by the Denver Museum of Natural History under the direction of H. Marie Wormington. An analysis of the lithic assemblage and a description of the excavations are provided in this thesis because this information has never been published in any detail. The Frazier site is an Agate Basin bison kill-butchery site located near the town of Kersey, Colorado. The Frazier site is important not only because it is one of a few Agate Basin sites on the Northwest Plains, but also because it was the last major ...