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Buckner Site

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NRHP Reference #  83002557
Added to NRHP  27 January 1983
Area  9 ha
Nearest city  Paris
Buckner Site

The Buckner Site (15BB12) is a Middle Fort Ancient culture (1200 to 1400 CE) archaeological site located in Bourbon County, Kentucky on Strodes Creek. It has two large circular village areas, each surrounding its own central plaza and several smaller special use areas to the north and northeast of the site. The site was excavated during the 1930s by William S. Webb as salvage archaeology operations during the Great Depression. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 27, 1983.

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Buckner Site Wikipedia


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