Michael Page


Michael Page graduated with a B.S. in Archaeological Studies from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse in 2000. In 2003 Michael came to Wyoming to attend Graduate School and later Law School. Michael graduated with a JD in May 2009 followed shortly thereafter with an M.A. in Anthropology. Michael has worked on a wide range of archaeological and cultural resource management projects throughout Wyoming as well as in the upper Midwest, the Southeast and the Great Plains. Michael’s personal research interests include prehistoric pottery production, anthropology of learning, sourcing of pottery and stone and geoarchaeology.

Carmen Clayton


Carmen Clayton received a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and a second BA in Art with an Apparel Design minor, both from the University of Wyoming.   She is currently pursuing a Masters in American Studies at UW.  She has extensive archaeological fieldwork experience in Wyoming as well as excavation experience in New Mexico.  She has worked for OWSA since 1992 and has been a crew leader since 2000.

Dale Wedel


Dale Wedel is an Archaeological Specialist with the Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist. He earned his B.A. in anthropology from Wichita State University and an M.A. in anthropology from the University of Wyoming. He has conducted archaeological field and lab work in Wyoming for over 30 years, with a special interest in historical archaeology.