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The Cactus Flowers Excavation Site

The Cactus Flowers excavation Site. This site is located in the south Saskatchewan River, near Medicine Hat. This site shows signs of repeated occupation by Aboriginal peoples, who returned to the site time and again to ambush game by the river. This site is most closely connected to the people who made McKean Points.

This site is located in the south Saskatchewan River, near Medicine Hat. This site shows signs of repeated occupation by Aboriginal peoples, who returned to the site time and again to ambush game by the river. This site is most closely connected to the people who made McKean Points.

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