Unusual archaeological site found, 1980
Contributed by Maine Historical Society
Anthropologist-archaeologist Michael Gramly headed a summer-long dig at Aziscohos Lake near the Maine-New Hampshire-Quebec border that uncovered some 15,000 stone artifacts. It was the highest altitude Paleo-Indian site in the Eastern United States.
The "Vail Site" was named for rockhound Francis Vail who discovered the site in 1970.
Gene Willman, the photographer, worked for the Kennebec Journal. The cut line reads: "esw/Gene Willman.
- Title: Unusual archaeological site found, 1980
- Creator: Willman, Gene
- Creation Date: 1980-10-16
- Subject Date: 1980-10-16
- Town: Augusta
- County: Franklin, Kennebec
- State: ME, NH
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions (cm): 20 x 25
- Local Code: Coll. 1880, Box 3/4
- Collection: United Press International (UPI)
- Object Type: Image
For more information about this item, contact:
Maine Historical Society
489 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101
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