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The James Allen Site, Near Laramie, Wyoming

  • William Mulloy (a1)

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A bison-kill site in Wyoming with a radiocarbon age of about 8000 years has yielded numerous points of a type formerly termed “Oblique Yuman.” It is proposed that they now be named Allen points, after this site.

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The James Allen Site, Near Laramie, Wyoming

  • William Mulloy (a1)

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