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Fletcher Site

A photograph of the excavations at the Fletcher kill site near Lethbridge. This site is roughly 9000 years old and is one of the most important early sites in Alberta. It produced a wealth of material including many fine examples of Alberta points.

A photograph of the excavations at the Fletcher kill site near Lethbridge. This site is roughly 9000 years old and is one of the most important early sites in Alberta. It produced a wealth of material including many fine examples of Alberta points.

Photo courtesy of the Provincial Museum of Alberta

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