Posted by: Brian | April 1, 2009

2000 Years on the King Salmon River

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has published my report on the King Salmon River site in their Occasional Papers in Alaskan Field Archeology series. 2000-years-cover1The report, 2000 Years on the King Salmon River, is about a site we excavated as a Hamline field school back in 2003. It has taken me too long to finish this report, but I’m happy with the final result. The nice thing is the BIA provides free copies while they last. Anyone wanting to get a copy can send their request to Rob Meinhardt, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Alaska Region, Branch of Regional Archeology, 3601 C Street, Suite 1100, Anchorage AK, 99503.

I’ll be posting a few of my ideas from this report, especially as comparison with the Aniakchak site. The two sites offer some interesting insights about the last 2000 years on the Alaska Peninsula.



  1. Looking forward to some good reading!

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