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    Last week, BLM-Utah Price Field Office Archaeologist Amber Koski - with the help of Drs. Jerry Spangler of the Colorado Plateau Archaeological Alliance (CPAA) and Tim Riley of Utah State University Eastern Prehistoric Museum - recovered an ancient Indian pot, likely associated with the Fremont.

    The ‘vessel’ was originally reported last Fall and was left in place to preserve its context. After several reports of onlookers visiting near to the pot’s site, the decision was made to collect this rare, intact pot.

    Thanks to the willingness of the CPAA and USU-Eastern Prehistoric Museum help with recovery efforts, important questions about the past may be asked, and with a little luck, answered.

    Read the full story: http://bit.ly/17PTvGJ

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