Accession Number : ADA325413
Title : Archaeological Investigations of the Kiowa and Comanche Indian Agency Commissaries 34-CM-232,
Corporate Author : MUSEUM OF THE GREAT PLAINS LAWTON OK
Personal Author(s) : Crouch, Daniel J.
Report Date : 1992
Pagination or Media Count : 249
Abstract : The excavations at site 34-Cm-232 during the summer of 1977 constituted assessment and mitigation of impacts to be made by plans to construct barracks for soldiers receiving their Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. It constitutes an addendum to a project of archaeological reconnaissance of that same Military Reservation. Although a blacktopped equipment parking lot had existed over the site since the Second World War, information from local oral traditions, written documents relating to the period, and a commemorative marker erected on the site probably in the 1930's indicated that this was the likely location of structures associated with the original Kiowa, Comanche, and Kiowa Apache Indian Agency. As will be shown, significant remains confirming this location did exist.
Descriptors : *MILITARY FACILITIES , *ARCHEOLOGY , *AMERICAN INDIANS , ARMY PERSONNEL , MILITARY TRAINING , CULTURAL RESOURCES , ARTIFACTS , COMBAT FORCES , EXCAVATION , PHOTOGRAPHS , OKLAHOMA.
Subject Categories : HUMANITIES AND HISTORY
LOGISTICS, MILITARY FACILITIES AND SUPPLIES
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE