Paleoindian Period (ca. 10,000-6,000 B.C.) Only limited evidence for Paleoindian occupation of the Taos Plateau has been found.
Archaic Period (ca. 6,000 B.C. - A.D. 1,100) The time range spans the apparent development of broad-spectrum hunting and gathering and the introduction of domestic plants and agriculture in the Southwest. None of these sites appear to reflect the development of a sedentary lifestyle, however all are hunting/gathering sites.
Puebloan Period (ca. A.D. 1,100 - 1,500) Remains from Basketmaker and early Puebloan Periods are identified by isolated projectile points or projectile points on nonstructural sites....no structural/habitation sites have been chronometrically dated to the first 3/4 of the period (A.D. 600-1,100).
Historic Period (A.D. 1,500- present) The presence of historic Plains Indian groups in the area is recorded in early historic Spanish documents as well as in the archaeological record.
Recommendations Site LA 75754. No further work is recommended. Site LA 111362. Can be avoided and protected and no further work is recommended. Site LA 111363. The isolated occurrences need not be avoided during planned development activates.