Archaeologists find new sites at Lone Mesa State Park

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Archaeologists find new sites at Lone Mesa State Park

Data could help prepare the area to open to the public
Stephanie Boktor, cultural resource information and GIS specialist with the State Archaeologist’s Office, shows a stone used to grind grain, known as a metate, to Nichelle Taylor and Signe Snortland while surveying a newly discovered archaeological site in Lone Mesa State Park, north of Dolores. The women were working on a two-week-long survey of the area led by the Archaeologist’s Office.

Archaeologists find new sites at Lone Mesa State Park

Stephanie Boktor, cultural resource information and GIS specialist with the State Archaeologist’s Office, shows a stone used to grind grain, known as a metate, to Nichelle Taylor and Signe Snortland while surveying a newly discovered archaeological site in Lone Mesa State Park, north of Dolores. The women were working on a two-week-long survey of the area led by the Archaeologist’s Office.
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