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Many thanks to the following individuals and organizations for their assistance and expertise:

Project Management Team

Dr. Holly Norton, State Archaeologist and Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer
Katie Arntzen, History Colorado State Historical Fund
Dr. Shirley Powell, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

Project Advisory Committee

Nathan Boyless, President, Metcalf Archaeological Consultants
Garrett Briggs, NAGPRA Coordinator, Culture Preservation Department, Southern Ute Indian Tribe
Dr. E. Steve Cassels, Professor of Anthropology, University of North Colorado
Dan Haas, retired State Archaeologist, Bureau of Land Management
Chris Johnston, Operations Director, Paleocultural Research Group
Dr. Johnathan Kent, Professor of Anthropology, Metro State University
Angie Krall, District Ranger, Carson National Forest
Dr. Mark Mitchell, Research Director, Paleocultural Resource Group
Dr. Holly Norton, State Archaeologist and Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer
Linda Sand, President, Colorado Archaeological Society
Dan Simplicio, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center and member of the Zuni Tribe
Katy Waechter, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Greg Williams, Owner/Principal, Redpoint Resources, LLC
Dr. Richard Wilshusen, retired Colorado State Archaeologist

Consultant Team: Clarion Associates, LLC - Denver, Colorado

Principal Authors:  Matt Goebel, Paul Donegan, Austin Flanagan

Graphic Design: Holly White, Eric Wencel

Cover Design:  Holly White

Web Development


Web Design: Holly White

Photo Credits

All photos in the 2021 edition of Archaeology for a Changing Colorado provided by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center or History Colorado unless otherwise noted below:

Alpine Archaeological Consultants, LLC
AK Pioneer Consulting
The Archaeological Conservancy
Colorado Coal Field War Project
Colorado Preserve America Youth Summit
Colorado State University
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Dominquez Archaeological Research Group
Lucky Services, LLC
Martorano Consultants
Mesa Verde National Park
PaleoWest LLC
Roxborough State Park
Town of Pagosa Springs
US Forest Service, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests, and Pawnee National Grassland
Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Historic Preservation Office
University of Denver Amache Project
University of Denver Museum of Anthropology
Wikimedia Public Domain, Archaeological Timeline images: Granada Relocation Center, Sand Creek Massacre, John Sanders Cross Homestead, Arapaho Camp, Fort Garland Colorado, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

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