Corn Cob (Material Keyword)
1-2 (2 Records)
Charcoal and charred corn cobs from sites BIBE 1859, BIBE 1910, and BIBE 1942 in Big Bend National Park, Texas, were submitted for identification and AMS radiocarbon dating. Site BIBE 1859 is a prehistoric open campsite, while sites BIBE1910 and BIBE 1942 are prehistoric sites with historic components. AMS radiocarbon dates were obtained on four charcoal samples and two charred corn cobs.
MORPHOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF ZEA MAYS COBS FROM THE SALT CREEK SITE, CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK, UTAH (2012)
Previous excavations within Canyonlands National Park have recovered over 100 Zea mays cobs that have been curated. This collection is the result of recent projects, such as the 2004-2006 River Corridor Architectural and Rock Art Survey and the Salt Creek Site Documentation and Condition Assessment Projects of 2009 and 2011-2012 (the focus of knowledge expansion of this project) that have included within their research designs collecting maize cobs for the purpose of type analysis and...