Item is-glen-4862 - General view of Ross Site looking northeast from Coulee View Site, near Coaldale, Alberta.

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General view of Ross Site looking northeast from Coulee View Site, near Coaldale, Alberta.

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CA GLEN glen-1041-is-glen-4862

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  • 1957 (Creation)
    Glenbow Foundation

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Borden number DlPd-3. This First Nations site was excavated in 1957 under the direction of Dr. Richard Forbis of the Glenbow Foundation. It is a late prehistoric occupation located on the flood plain of the Oldman River. Two associated buffalo kill sites - the Upper Coaldale Kill (DlPd-1) and the Lower Coaldale Kill (DlPd-2) were found in the coulee in the foreground. A third site - Coulee View (DlPd-5) - occupied a situation on the prairie level immediately east of the Upper Kill. The Ross Site was named for Mr. Cleve Ross of Chin who owned the land.<br><br>

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modified: 2006-03-16

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