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Sat July 17, 2004
Ancient Culture's Pottery and Fire Pits Found
Laramie, Wy – A government archaeologist believes
recent findings in south-central Montana are the works of an Indian
culture known as Fremont people.
Glade Hadden says the ancient fire pits and pottery are from the
culture, that disappeared hundreds of years ago, from its home
range in modern-day Colorado and Utah.
Hadden works for the Bureau of Reclamation. He says evidence at
the site near Bridger indicates the works are those of Fremont
If that's true, the site could provide a clue as to what
happened to the Fremont people.
Hadden says when he was excavating last month, he saw a piece of
ancient earthenware, that he immediately recognized as Fremont