|Film Description:||Partially edited|
Shows Capt. Cook at Agate, Wyoming using sign language
See negatives: #48404 & #48405
ShotlistFilm made possibly by Charles Bache.
BBQ possibly in Agate Wyoming.
Capt. [James Henry] Cook at Agate, Wyoming using sign language, which he said that he learned from the Sioux. See related Museum negs 480404-5.
For more on James Henry Cook please visit the website of Agate Fossil Beds National Monument (US Park Service).
1940 Finley Site Expedition at Eden, Wyoming (University Museum expedition).
The arrow points from a buffalo kill site, known as Eden Points.
[Possibly Mrs. Charles Bache]
Edgar B. Howard
Examining the points.
Looking through buffalo bone fragments in a large pile.
|Video Category:||Expedition & Excavation Footage|
|Topics:||Sign language, Archaeological field work, Eden Points, Finley Expedition, Wyoming, United States|
|Tags:||Archaeological field work | Eden Points | Finley Expedition | Sign language | United States | Wyoming|
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