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ⓘ East Lake Abert Archeological District




East Lake Abert Archeological District
                                     

ⓘ East Lake Abert Archeological District

The East Lake Abert Archeological District is an area in Lake County, Oregon, United States, that features numerous prehistoric camp sites and petroglyphs. It is located along the eastern shore of Lake Abert on land administered by the Bureau of Land Management and the Oregon Department of Transportation. The site includes stone-walled house pits and prehistoric rock art made by ancient Native Americans who occupied the site for approximately 11.000 years. Because of its unique archaeological and cultural significance, the East Lake Abert Archaeological District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

                                     
  • Lake Abert also known as Abert Lake is a large, shallow, alkali lake in Lake County, Oregon, United States. It is approximately 15 miles 24 km long
  • of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form for Federal Properties: Abert Lake Petroglyph Site. Bunten, Hugh, Jr. March 30, 1984 National Register
  • 000 years ago. Lake Abert Arlington Springs Man - Human remains Buhl Woman - Human remains Calico Early Man Site - Archeological site Cueva de las
  • of hiking trails are built. The monument protects Ancestral Pueblo archeological sites, a diverse and scenic landscape, and the country s largest National

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