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Greg Pierce named new State Archaeologist

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assisting in the excavation of the Butler-Rissler site,
an 1,800 year old Woodland/Besant site along the
North Platte River southwest of Casper.

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Greg Pierce named new State Archaeologist
 
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Greg Pierce has been selected to serve as the new Wyoming State Archaeologist. He succeeds Dr. Mark Miller who held the title for the past 30 years and retired this spring. Read full story...
 
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