Wyoming celebrates Archaeology Awareness each September. This year the state is showcasing the Mummy Cave Site, located located in the Absaroka Mountains bewteen Cody and Yellowstone National Park. The Site provides 9000 years of evidence of mountain occupation as revealed by numerous excavations from 1963 – 1966.
‘Intrigue of the Past: Discovering Archaeology in Wyoming – Project Archaeology’ -United States. Bureau of Land Management. Heritage Education Program
‘The Bairoil Archaeoloical Project: 7,500 Years of History in the Bairoil Area, Carbon and Sweetwater Counties, Wyoming’ – Cultural resource series / Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming
‘The Mummy Cave Project in Western Wyoming: Report’ – Buffalo Bill Historical Center