Archaeology of the Little Beaver Watershed, Mierendorf, 2004

The survey targets the upper-most elevations of the watershed, comprised of the subalpine and alpine vegetation zones. The area is high in elevation (1525-2130 m above sea level), remote, and mostly lacking in maintained trails.

Archaeology of the Little Beaver Watershed, North Cascades National Park Service Complex
2004
by Robert R. Mierendorf

This technical report describes the results of an archeological survey funded by the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission (SEEC). The goal of such a survey is to recognize and record the archeological remains of past human activity from both the pre-contact and contact time periods.

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