Dwyer Rockshelter

Dwyer Rockshelter - Wallace 1 Eric Wallace Anthropology 355...

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Wallace 1 Eric Wallace Anthropology 355 Dr. Behm Site Summary No. 2 4 March 2007 Dwyer Rockshelter Since the beginning of time, humans have needed two major things, food and shelter. Early humans used many different structures for shelter. The one type of shelter many people associate with early humans is the cave, or naturally occurring rock formations. Many of these stone shelters still exist. Some of the structures can ever be found here in Wisconsin. One of the more notable rockshelters is the Dwyer Rockshelter located in Jackson County. The Dwyer Rockshelter is located in the northwestern quarter of Jackson County, Wisconsin. The Rockshelter is located on the Silver Mound site. According to Jeffery A. Behm, an archaeologist, Silver Mound was a mine site that produced Hixton Silicified Sandstone. This sandstone was used to produce tools and projectile points (Behm 36). Silver Mound was used by many people over thousands of years. These people would often time, make numerous journeys to Silver Mound throughout their lives. The people that mined at Silver Mound, not only dug for Hixton Silicified Sandstone,
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