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Mission San Agustín Faunal Data

Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman & Madeline E. Laub
An excel spreadsheet containing the zooarchaeological data from AZ BB:13:6.

San Agustín Faunal Data Paper Copy Scans

Vincent M. LaMotta, Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman, Andrew Webster & Madeline E. Laub
This file is a PDF scan of the original handwritten cards of zooarchaeological data for Mission San Agustín that were compiled from 2003-2004 by Vincent LaMotta at the University of Arizona. In 2019, this data was digitized into an Excel file entitled "San Agustín Faunal Data" which is included on tDAR with this project.

Alabama-Georgia Historic Sites Taxon Coding Sheet

Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman, Nicole Mathwich & Andrew Webster
A taxon coding sheet for historical zooarchaeological data from the southeastern United States developed by Dr. Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman. The first column is the coded number value. The second column is the scientific name of the species followed by the common name in parentheses.

Mission Cocóspera Faunal Data Paper Copy Scans

Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman & Andrew Webster
This file is a PDF scan of the original handwritten cards of zooarchaeological data for Mission Cocóspera that were compiled in 2005 by Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman at the University of Arizona. In 2019, this data was digitized into an Excel file entitled "Mission Cocóspera Faunal Data" which is included on tDAR with this project.

Pimería Alta Missions Fauna

Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman
This project consists of zooarchaeological data from two Spanish mission sites on the land of the O'odham people located in what is now southern Arizona and northern Sonora, Mexico. This region was referred to by the Spanish as the Pimería Alta. Dozens of Spanish colonial missions were established in the Pimería Alta region beginning in the 1690s by Jesuit missionary Father Eusebio Kino. Missions were established within existing Native American communities. While the ostensible motivation...

Mesoamerican Radiocarbon Database (MesoRAD)

Julie Hoggarth & Claire Ebert
The Mesoamerican Radiocarbon (MesoRAD) database compiles radiocarbon dates and isotopic data from archaeological sites in across Mesoamerica. The initial dataset from MesoRAD is a compilation of 14C dates from the Maya lowlands. We will be expanding the database to other parts of Mesoamerica soon. If you would like to submit your data to MesoRAD, please visit our website for more information: http://www.mesorad.com

Mesoamerican Radiocarbon Database (MesoRad)

Julie Hoggarth
The Mesoamerican Radiocarbon (MesoRAD) database compiles published radiocarbon dates and isotopic data from archaeological sites in across Mesoamerica. Mesoamerica as a culture region is defined by shared cultural traits that span the areas of northern, central, and southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and parts of El Salvador and Nicaragua. In its final form, we hope that the database can be used as an open-access repository that will facilitate collaborative studies in the future. In its...

A Class III Cultural Resources Survey of 1,738 Acres at Beal Lake and Cibola in La Paz and Mohave Counties, Arizona

Matthew D. Peters & Andrew Vorsanger
The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation), Lower Colorado Regional Office, is planning environmental restoration activities as part of the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP). The LCR MSCP is a 50-year multi-stakeholder, Federal and non-Federal partnership responding to the need to balance the use of lower Colorado River water resources and the conservation of native species and their habitats in compliance with the Endangered Species Act. Reclamation designated two parcels, the Beal Lake Conservation...

HARP 1990-1991 Survey Chipped Stone Tabulation Forms

Sarah Oas
HARP 1990-1991 Survey Chipped Stone Tabulation Forms

Hampton and Prentiss - Supplemental Figure 2

Ashley Hampton & Ethan Ryan
Supplemental Figure 2. Change in Jasper Debitage Locations (Floors IIa-IIf) - red: debitage present on later floor, blue: debitage present on earlier floor. Feature base map by Ethan Ryan. Ashley Hampton and Anna Marie Prentiss, Manifesting Membership: Understanding Change in Feature Location and Lithic Spatial Patterns within Housepit 54, Bridge River site, British Columbia.

Hampton and Prentiss - Supplemental Figure 1

Ashley Hampton & Ethan Ryan
Supplemental Figure 1. Change in Obsidian Debitage Locations (Floors IIa-IIf) - red: debitage present on later floor, blue: debitage present on earlier floor. Feature base map by Ethan Ryan. Ashley Hampton and Anna Marie Prentiss, Manifesting Membership: Understanding Change in Feature Location and Lithic Spatial Patterns within Housepit 54, Bridge River site, British Columbia

Fort Stanton Cave: A Cultural Resources Inventory of Rock Art and Other Archaeological Remains at LA195070

Scott Yost, Kye Miller & Brody Norton
The New Mexico Bureau of Land Management Roswell Field Office contracted PaleoWest Archaeology to conduct a cultural resources inventory of an archaeologically relevant portion of Fort Stanton Cave in Lincoln County, New Mexico. Thirty previously identified loci containing historic carvings, inscriptions, and other cave surface modifications were documented. Evidence of prehistoric use, historic materials, a new inscription panel, and a masonry wall/entry were also recorded. A cursory analysis indicates that the frequency of distinguishable surface...

Rorabaugh - Figure 1

Adam Rorabaugh
Figure 1. Wells Dam Project Area and Referenced Locations Rorabaugh, Adam N. 2020 A Critical Reassessment of the Chronology of the Wells Dam Project Area: 9,000 Years of Continuity on the Upper-Middle Columbia River. In Of Housepits and Homes: Of Housepits and Homes: 21st Century Perspectives on Houses and Settlements in the Columbia-Fraser Plateau Past. Edited by Molly Carney, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen, pp. Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir 20, Richland, WA.

Rorabaugh - Figure 1

Molly Carney
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An Archaeological Investigation of Fort Stanton Cave, Lincoln County, New Mexico

Brody Norton
Poster summarizing archaeological investigations in Fort Stanton Cave.

The Archaeology and History of Fort Stanton Cave

Kye Miller
This is a informative public pamphlet concerning rock art within Fort Stanton Cave.

Carney, Brown, and Wallen - Figure 1

James Brown
Figure 1. Map of the greater North American Northwest, with the Columbia-Plateau region shaded in grey. Numbers correspond with chapters and indicate approximate locations of case studies within the volume. 3. Gingko State Park Project, WA; Johnson, Lubinski, and Hackenberger 4. Lower John Day River, OR; Endzweig 5. Central Columbia Plateau, BC, ID, OR, & WA; Carney 6. Upper and Middle Columbia River, WA; Brown and Hackenberger 7. Wells Dam Reservoir, WA; Rorabaugh 8. Clearwater...

Rorabaugh - Figure 3

Adam Rorabaugh
Figure 3. Terrace Surfaces in Wells Reservoir Area (Adapted from Chatters 1986: 46-47). Rorabaugh, Adam N. 2020 A Critical Reassessment of the Chronology of the Wells Dam Project Area: 9,000 Years of Continuity on the Upper-Middle Columbia River. In Of Housepits and Homes: Of Housepits and Homes: 21st Century Perspectives on Houses and Settlements in the Columbia-Fraser Plateau Past. Edited by Molly Carney, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen, pp. Journal of Northwest Anthropology...

Rorabaugh - Figure 9

Adam Rorabaugh
Figure 9. Previously Recorded Habitation Features on Cassimer Bar and Terraces on Pre-inundation 1954 Historic Aerial. Rorabaugh, Adam N. 2020 A Critical Reassessment of the Chronology of the Wells Dam Project Area: 9,000 Years of Continuity on the Upper-Middle Columbia River. In Of Housepits and Homes: Of Housepits and Homes: 21st Century Perspectives on Houses and Settlements in the Columbia-Fraser Plateau Past. Edited by Molly Carney, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen, pp. Journal...

PHYTOLITH, ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR), AND ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION (XRF) ANALYSIS ON CERAMIC SAMPLES FROM SITE XALTOCAN OP Z3, NEXTALPAN, MEXICO

Linda Scott Cummings
Xaltocan OP Z3, situated on a gentle slope in the former Xaltocan-Zumpanog lake bed, is located in the Nextalpan Municipality, Mexico. The artificially constructed island that comprises this site lies in the middle of Lake Xaltocan and dates to the tenth century AD (Kristin De Lucia, personal communication August 8, 2018). Phytolith, organic residue (FTIR), and elemental composition (XRF) analysis were conducted on twelve ceramics representing bowls, a basin, several comals, and numerous ollas, as...

Test Project 2020

Sarah Striker
This is a test project it can be deleted

MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION OF SAMPLES FROM SITES 24ME163 AND 24ME1105, MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA

Linda Scott Cummings & Jenna Battillo
Sites 24ME163 and 24ME1105 are lithic scatters located along Sheep Creek in the Little Belt Mountains of the Northern Rocky Mountains, Meagher County, Montana. Recent excavations at the sites discovered hearth features at both sites and numerous fire-cracked rock (FCR) at Site 24ME163 (Lynn Peterson, personal communication, July 23, 2019). Hearth feature fill recovered at Site 24ME163 was submitted for macrofloral analysis and AMS radiocarbon age determination. Charcoal samples recovered from a hearth at Site...

Test

Sarah Striker
Test for screenshots

The Scientific Basis for the Reconstruction of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Houses

Peter J Reynolds
The purpose of this paper was to explore the scientific basis of building reconstruction of prehistoric and protohistoric houses. The critical issue was to address the problems of reconstruction in order to specify limits within which the reconstruction is of research/ educational value and to set standards which may act as guidelines. Case studies referenced include Maiden Castle House, the Balksbury House, the Conderton House, Stake Houses, the Pimperne House, Romano-British Grain driers, and the...

Slash and Burn Experiment

Peter J. Reynolds
At the Butser Ancient Farm Research Project in Hampshire, a slash and burn experiment has been carried out on a limited area of cleared old woodland. The purpose was to examine the comparative yield performance of emmer wheat on burned and unburned plots within an artificial clearing and thereafter the natural plant regeneration. The growing experiment ran for four seasons by which time the yield return equaled the seed sown. This stage corresponded with the...

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