Charlie Lake Cave (1988,1990, 1991)

In a second archaeological dig at the Charlie Lake Cave (starting July 1, 1991), Simon Fraser University archaeology students found arrowheads, spearheads, stone scraping, cutting and grinding tools and animal bones that dated back to 4,000 years before the dig. A proposal for a Regional Tourist Information and Interpretive Centre was submitted in 1988.


Date added to archive: 2021-06-14 11:02
Medium: News Paper

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Original Creator: Sandi Farran, Doug Liddle and Bhreandain Clugston