Event Types

Topic: Eagle Rock Shelter, located in the northern portion of the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area near Delta, is the oldest human occupation site in Colorado, dating as far back as 12,980 years ago.   The lowermost portions of the shelter records an almost continuous series of occupation events from the pre-paleoindian deposits well into the early Archaic periods making this the only known site in North America of this kind.  It has a full record of late Pleistocene/early Holocene human occupation. 

Bio: Glade Hadden, currently the area archeologist for the Bureau of Land Management, Uncompahgre Field Office in Montrose, Colorado. He has been involved in the field of archeology for nearly 30 years, starting as a seasonal “dig-bum” for the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management before becoming a private consultant. He is a Registered Professional Archeologist (RPA), and is a member of the Society for American Archeology (SAA), Colorado Archeological Society and the Colorado Council of Professional Archeologists. He is a former member of both the Montana Archeological Society and the Utah Professional Archeology Council.

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