No more than a square yard on the ground, and often just a few inches
deep, cultural resource sites around Hungry Horse Reservoir provide a glimpse
into the region’s prehistoric past.
There often is nothing more than "scatters" or rock chips,
distinctly created by the hand of ancient man in building a tool, said
Flathead National Forest’s archaeologist Tim Light.
Out of 17 sites discovered so far around the reservoir, some have produced
arrowheads, stone knives or other …