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Baker Archeological Site 3

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Baker Archeological dig is located near Great Basin National park in eastern Nevada.  The site is the remains of a Fremont indian village belived to be inhabited around 1220 - 1295 AD.  The site was excavated from 1991 thru 1994 by Brigham Young University.

Read more about this at http://www.nps.gov/grba/historyculture/baker-archeological-site.htm

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