Ozark Bluffs Once Popular Ancient Human Habitat

May 23, 2016

Arkansas Archeological Survey research station archeologist Jamie Brandon points out a petroglyph inside a bluff shelter in the Crawford County outback.
Credit J. Froelich / KUAF

Craggy karst outcroppings on the Ozarks which contain deep bluff overhangs were often comfortable accommodations for prehistoric people. An Arkansas Archeological Survey bluff expert guides us to one of these ancient dwellings deep in the the Boston Mountains.