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Starch Residue Analysis from Two High Altitude Village Locations: High Rise Village, Wyoming and the White Mountain Village Sites, California
Starch residue analysis, ground stone, and use-wear analysis on milling equipment from High Rise Village and the White Mountain Village sites reveals a subsistence system that included geophyte processing at high elevation. ...
The Historical Archaeology of Ore Milling: Ideas, Environment, and Technology
Changes in milling technology at the Cortez Mining District, a gold and silver mine located in a remote area of central Nevada, are examined through the study of five mills that were active between 1864 and 1944. Each mill ...
No Entry: Examining the Pitfalls of Reentry and Criminal Records in the Age of Mass Incarceration
The dramatic increase in the number of individuals with criminal records warrants examining reentry and the maintenance of criminal records for those concerned with the criminal justice system and the rise of mass ...
Evaluating the Antiquity and Morphology of Corner-notched Dart Points in the Eastern Great Basin
Researchers have long suggested that Elko points possess different age ranges in different parts of the Great Basin: (1) in the eastern Great Basin, they date to both the Middle and Late Holocene; and (2) in the central ...
Ever Upward? Intensification on the Western Divide: Lithic Assemblages in an Evolutionary Perspective
Analysis of flaked stone assemblages from four study sites on the Western Divide illustrates changing patterns of hunter-gatherer land use in the southern Sierra Nevada during the Late Holocene. At the macroregional scale ...
The Core Problem: Examining the Role of Bifacial Cores in Terminal Pleistocene/Early Holocene Lithic Technological Organization in the Great Basin
The High-Tech Forager Model (HTFM) was developed in the Great Plains region to model Paleoindian lithic technological organization. The model holds that mobile Paleoindian groups employed a flexible and efficient toolkit ...
Evaluating Gaps in the Radiocarbon Sequences of Northwestern Great Basin Sandals
Large gaps occur in the radiocarbon sequences of Multiple Warp and Spiral Weft sandals. The gaps begin during the initial Middle Holocene and last for several millennia; however, the sandal types are technologically ...
“I Ain’t Tied to No Law:” 1.5-Generation Undocumented Immigrants and Alternative Paths for Inclusion
1.5-generation undocumented immigrants, those who were brought to the United States as minors, use a variety of methods to counter their exclusion from U.S. citizenship and membership. Through participant-observation of ...
Late Paleoindian Leporid Processing at the Little Steamboat Point-1 Rockshelter: An Experimental and Archaeological Use-Wear Analysis of Obsidian Flake Tools
Human occupation of the Little Steamboat Point-1 (LSP-1) rockshelter in southcentral Oregon began ~9,600 cal BP. Artifacts recovered from the pre-Mazama deposits include a faunal assemblage comprised primarily of leporid ...