Source determination of White River Group silicates from two archaeological sites in the Great Plains

@article{Hoard1993SourceDO,
  title={Source determination of White River Group silicates from two archaeological sites in the Great Plains},
  author={R. Hoard and J. R. Bozell and S. Holen and M. Glasscock and H. Neff and M. Elam},
  journal={American Antiquity},
  year={1993},
  volume={58},
  pages={698-710}
}
There are three known source area for WRGS (White River Group Silicates) : Flattopp Butte in northeastern Colorado, Table Mountain in east-central Wyoming, and the White River Badlands of South Dakota. The sources of WRGS in two Central Plains archaeological sites were determined using neutron-activation-analysis method. The results show that the technique has important implications for studies of prehistoric mobility and for the refinement of cultural-historical affiliation 
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