CHILAO FLATS (LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CALIFORNIA), UNDATED (1954?) 25 negatives: ASA001-165 – 189
Box 1. Box 6: 6 degraded negatives ASA001-174, 178, 179, 182, 188, 189
At the request of the U.S. Forest Service, the Southwest Museum sponsored a salvage dig worked by ASA and led by Dave Rice (Rice, 1954/1984; Rozaire, 1958/1984). The excavation of a mourning site in the mountains uncovered a burial, beads, steatite bowls, and a “pelican hook” (Rice, 1954/1984).
Detailed photographs of people working at the excavation near Chilao Ranger Station; in situ and displayed artifacts. ASA001-175 shows the sign at the dig: “Dave Rice, 1700 Santee, LA #15.”
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