Report Dec 28, 2006

Center for State of the Parks: Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site

Knife River Report (2.18 MB)

Center for State of the Parks assessment of Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site indicates that the park’s cultural resources are in fair condition, with an overall score of 73 out of 100.

Archaeology and museum and archival collections each scored 78, while history was the park’s lowest scoring category at 56 out of 100. Natural resources conditions rated a poor overall score of 59 out of 100, although it must be noted that this score was derived with just half of the resource information needed to completely fulfill Center for State of the Parks methodology requirements.

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