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BOTANIC IDENTIFICATIONS OF MATERIAL FROM THE PAISLEY CAVES (35LK3400), OREGON (2011)

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DOCUMENT Kathryn Puseman.

[tDAR id: 380276] The identifications presented below were made on materials submitted by Dr. Thomas W. Stafford for identification only.


IDENTIFICATION OF BOTANIC SPECIMENS FROM PAISLEY CAVE #5 AT SITE 35LK3400, OREGON (2003)

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DOCUMENT Kathryn Puseman. Linda Scott Cummings.

[tDAR id: 380745] Five botanic samples were submitted for identification from Cave #5 at the Paisley 5 Mile Ridge Caves site (35LK3400) in southern Oregon. Four of the samples appear to represent vegetal matter that has been twisted, while the fifth sample represents a seed removed from a coprolite found in Late Pleistocene age deposits. The Paisley Caves appear to have been used most often as cache locations which were infrequently occupied for short periods of time. Lithic artifacts in the cave suggest that use...


POLLEN, PHYTOLITH, STARCH, AND PROTEIN ANALYSIS OF STONE ARTIFACTS FROM PAISLEY CAVES (35LK3400), OREGON (2011)

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DOCUMENT Linda Scott Cummings. Chad Yost.

[tDAR id: 380287] Six stone artifacts and a wash of a large metate (a liquid sample) were submitted for pollen, starch, phytolith, protein, and XRD analyses from the Paisley 5 Mile Point Caves, Oregon. Previous work by PaleoResearch and other researchers has identified the presence of a variety of mammal and fish protein residue and DNA at the Paisley Caves. Because of the age of this site, the suite of protein residue antisera used to test these artifacts included elephant, camel, and horse, representing...


PROTEIN RESIDUE, POLLEN, STARCH, AND PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS OF STONE SAMPLES FROM CAVES 2 AND 5, PAISLEY 5 MILE POINT CAVES, SITE 35LK3400, OREGON (2010)

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DOCUMENT Chad Yost. Linda Scott Cummings.

[tDAR id: 380120] A hand stone and 4 slab fragments cut from a large boulder were submitted for protein residue analysis from the Paisley 5 Mile Point Caves, Oregon. Previous work by other researchers has identified the presence of a variety of mammal and fish protein residue and DNA at the Paisley Caves. Because of the age of this site, the suite of protein residue antisera used to test these artifacts included elephant, camel, and horse, representing Late-Pleistocene fauna now extinct in North America. In...