Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 79001997
Historic Name BRYSON ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
Description of Significance THE BRYSON SITE IS ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN PROTO-HISTORIC WICHITA VILLAGE COMPLEXES ON THE SOUTHERN PLAINS IN OKLAHOMA. THE VILLAGE DATES TO 1700 TO 1750 A.D. AND COVERS ABOUT 15 ACRES. ARTIFACTS INCLUDE CHARCOAL, BONES, SHELLS, STONE TOOLS, AND EUROPEAN TRADE ITEMS. LISTED IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER 9/20/1979.
Current Name
Address RESTRICTED
City NEWKIRK VICINITY
County KAY
Lot
Block
Current Section
Township
Range
Type SITE
Historic Function
Current Function AGRICULTURE/SUBSISTENCE: AGRICULTURAL FIELD
Area Signficance 1 ARCHEOLOGY: PREHISTORIC
Area Significance 2 ARCHEOLOGY: HISTORIC
Date Prepared MAY 3, 1977
Year Built N/A
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder N/A
Architectural Style N/A
Roof Material N/A
Wall Material N/A
Window Material N/A
Door Material N/A
Decorative Details
Condition UNEXPOSED
Comments
Restricted Y