Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Report
This report briefly summarizes 2004-2005 archaeological investigations at five sites located on Boulder Ridge in northwest Wyoming's Absaroka Range. Archaeological investigations on Boulder Ridge began in the 1970s when Frison (1978:258-262) documented site 48PA781, the Boulder Ridge Animal Trap (Figure 1C). In July 2003, school documented several additional sites on Boulder Ridge, including 48PA2646, a previously unrecorded feature interpreted as remains of a bighorn sheep trap (Finley and Finley 2004).
Eakin, Daniel H.
"Evidence for Shoshonean Bighorn Sheep Trapping and Early Historic Occupation in the Absaroka Mountains of Northwest Wyoming,"
University of Wyoming National Park Service Research Center Annual Report: Vol. 29
, Article 36.
Available at: https://repository.uwyo.edu/uwnpsrc_reports/vol29/iss1/36