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Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (32WI17) Material Culture Reports, Part VIII: Artifacts Associated with Transportation, Commerce and Industry and of Unidentified Function

Steven LeRoy De Vore & William J. Hunt
Fort Union served as the major trading establishment for the American Fur Company and its St. Louis descendants (Bernard Pratte and Co. and Pierre Chouteau, Jr., and Co.) on the Upper Missouri River between 1828 and 1865. In 1865, Charles Chouteau sold Fort Union to Hubble, Hawley and Smith, otherwise known as the North Western Fur Company. During its last years of existence, between 1864 and 1866, the traders shared the post's facilities with the...

Mission Cocóspera Faunal Data

Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman, University Of Arizona, Arizona State Museum & Andrew Webster
An Excel spreadsheet containing the zooarchaeological data from Mission Cocóspera. While some human remains were uncovered during excavation, that data is excluded from this dataset.

Hrísheimar 2004, Interim Report (field report)

Tol Cherry
The excavations at Hrísheimar have now been in progress for four years. The focus of the work for the first two years was more on surveying and test trenching for assessment than large scale excavation. In 2003 and 2004 the work increased with the opening of two large excavation areas. In 2003 there were two main excavation areas; one was approximately 60 m west of the farm mound; the other was just by the farm...

Correspondence Analysis in Archaeological Pollen Analysis

Schoenwetter, James, AUTHOR (Arizona State University)

AZ-2816

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Perishable: Plaited Bag AMNH 29.0/7708

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AZ-3944

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Perishable: Pot Rest AMNH 29.0/8288

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Pipe Stem Analysis

Wheeler, Lori, AUTHOR (Null)

AZ-3733

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AZ-4251

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POLLEN, PHYTOLITH, PARASITE, MACROFLORAL, AND ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS OF A POSSIBLE PRIVY DEPOSIT, NEW ZEALAND

Cummings, Linda Scott, AUTHOR (PaleoResearch Institute); Yost, Chad, AUTHOR (PaleoResearch Institute); Puseman, Kathryn, AUTHOR (PaleoResearch Institute)

AZ-3255

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AZ-1997

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POLLEN ANALYSIS AT THE PALOPARADO SITE (AZ DD:8:12 (ASM)), SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, ARIZONA

Scott Cummings, Linda, AUTHOR (PaleoResearch Institute)

Reverend Buck (44JC568): Jamestown Pottery

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1999 Post Mold Images

Engelbrecht, William, AUTHOR (Buffalo State College)

IDENTIFICATION OF CHARCOAL FOR SITES IN THE EAST SONORA BYPASS PROJECT, TUOLUMNE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Puseman, Kathryn, AUTHOR (PaleoResearch Institute)

Key to Valley of Mexico Survey Site Data

Parsons, Jeffrey, AUTHOR (Null)

EXAMINATION OF DETRITAL CHARCOAL FROM ALONG EMIGRANT CREEK, UPSTREAM OF THE GREENSPRING POWER PLANT, OREGON

Puseman, Kathryn, AUTHOR (PaleoResearch Institute)

Koster-N Horizon 8A-10B Macro Identified File

Sarah Neusius
Data includes Faunal Analysis at Site. Site Description: The Koster site is a deeply stratified site located in the lower Illinois River valley containing cultural deposits that span most of the Holocene. This site has provided significant information about the Archaic period in the Midwest as well as human-environment interactions at this time. Due to excellent preservation Koster gives us a complex record of the technologies and food sources of its inhabitants over time. The...

AZ-3135

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POLLEN, PROTEIN RESIDUE, ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR), AND AMS RADIOCARBON DATING OF ARTIFACTS AND CHARCOAL FROM SITES LA 30023, LA 91050, LA 91057, LA 91067, LA 91136, LA 91143, LA 91153, AND LA 92546, DOÑA ANA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO

Linda Scott Cummings & Chad Yost
Eight sites located on Ft. Bliss, including one open-air campsite and seven sites located in interdunal areas interspersed with blowouts are the subject of this study. All sites are located in Doña County, New Mexico and include LA 30023, LA 91050, LA 91057, LA 91067, LA 91136, LA 91143, LA 91153, and LA 92546. Samples from these sites were examined for pollen and organic residues, the latter using FTIR. Pollen analyses will be used to...

Prehistoric Irrigation Canals

Dr. Omar A. Turney
This image is a 1922 map of prehistoric irrigation systems throughout the Salt River Valley. The map indicated where the Salt River meets the Gila River. The map labels and indicates the location of both the prehistoric irrigation canals and prehistoric settlements. Further, the map shows locations of petroglyph sites. The image also includes a short pamphlet outlining the history of the Hohokam existence and important time lines.

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