23MT2 - Graham Cave features

Dalton point in situ at Graham Cave.

Archaic feature consisting of an association of stone tools and animal bones in Graham Cave.

Archaic Period feature of large stones interpreted as a council circle. An alternative interpretation is that the stones were to weight down the edges of a skin/brush shelter erected for additional protection or privacy.

Model of stone circle at Graham Cave being used as a council ring.

Special thanks to Candace Sall, Curation Specialist, American Archaeology Division for her assistance in researching the curated archaeological collections of the University of Missouri - Columbia. The images reproduced at this website were graciously provided by the American Archaeology Division (AAD) Museum and Missouri Archaeological Society. A warm thanks to Neathery Batsell Fuller for her advice on the content of the webpage.

Webpage constructed 25 February 2006
Updated 18 December 2012