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Prehistoric Diet at Bonneville Estates Rockshelter, Nevada
Issues of subsistence and settlement patterns have long been a central focus of archaeological research within the Great Basin. Coprolites, which are common in the Great Basin's archaeological caves and rockshelters, ...
Revitalization of Wašiw Wagayay: A View from the Inside
Wašiw Wagayay, the language traditionally spoken by the Wašišiw people of east central California and the Western Great Basin, is moribund and highly endangered (Mithun, 1999; Lewis, 2009). There are and have been grassroots ...
Holocene Thermal Feature Types in Archaeological Sites of the Mescalero Sands Environment, New Mexico
This thesis is an introduction to the diagnostic thermal feature types of the Mescalero Sands environment of southeastern New Mexico. A new methodological and analytical approach highlights the importance of simple fire ...
Transitions: The Search for Maize Phytoliths in Spanish Teeth
This research aims to determine if plant phytoliths can be recovered from human dental calculus. This paper hypothesizes that phytoliths will provide a more direct method for paleodietary analysis than carbon and nitrogen ...
Moving beyond Boundaries: Fremont and Anasazi Archaeology and Rock Art in Southeastern Utah
Southeastern Utah was occupied by groups for whom movement, abandonment, and resettlement was a way of life. Although the Fremont and the Anasazi are often conceptualized as distinct cultural traditions, underlying ...