The 2006 Spring Dig took place at the Red Slough Site in McCurtain County, Oklahoma, May 27 – June 4. The excavation was led by US Forest Service archaeologist Meeks Etchieson. The site has at least two components, one being Archaic and the other an historic Choctaw homestead.
The Red Slough Wildlife Management Area of the Ouachita National Forest is a fascinating wetlands area being restored by the Forest Service. It is a premier birdwatching and wildlife viewing destination. Read more about it at the website: RED SLOUGH
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The following photos of the dig were taken by Connie Masters of McAlester: