Stratigraphic drawing by Kenneth M. Brown showing the layering documented at LK201. The layering (stratigraphy) suggests that extensive deep excavations would have been able to separate Late and Middle occupations and events with far more precision than was possible at most Choke Canyon sites. Funding and scheduling did not allow large-scale excavation of the buried Archaic deposits. Nonetheless, the excavations were quite informative. From Highley 1966, Figure 16.
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