Archaeological Test Excavation at Deep Creek Rockshelter (10-OE-1859), Owyhee County, Idaho
Details excavation at Deep Creek Rockshelter in 1977, part of the Southcentral Owyhee Archaeological Project, which was undertaken to examine the nature of aboriginal Indian settlement-subsistence patterns. The presence of projectile points from the Middle Archaic period suggests that this site was probably a hunter's camp.
Plew, Mark G.. (1990). "Archaeological Test Excavation at Deep Creek Rockshelter (10-OE-1859), Owyhee County, Idaho". Idaho Archaeologist, 13(2), 21-25.
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