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Burned Earth Without Cooking Stones- Cultural or Natural? Feature Deposition, Ethnobotany, and Analysis in Upland Puget Sound, Western Washington (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kate Shantry.

Concentrations of burned earth, cooking stones, a shallow basin profile, and sometimes faunal remains are often associated with Puget Sound hearth features which were commonly used for open-air cooking. Discrete areas of burned earth lacking concentrations of cooking stones have not received as much cultural feature recognition or interpretation. This poster explores the function of one in situ concentration of charcoal adjacent to a dense area of cooking stones at an upland camp in the Puget...


A Comparison of Two Bluff Top Prehistoric Sites at Fort Riley, Kansas (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Bretton Giles. Eric Skov. Shannon Koerner.

We compare two sites (14RY3180 and 14RY3184), located on the bluffs above the Kansas River valley on the Fort Riley Military Installation. We examine how these sites were initially interpreted and reassess their significance. This reassessment is based on recent field work at 14RY3184, while our insights about 14RY3180 derive from a reexamination of its lithic assemblage and a new AMS date. We demonstrate through this comparison that 14RY3180 and 14RY3184 were used for different activities, even...


Geomorphology in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways: Observations and Opportunities (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Roger T. Saucier.

During the period 10 to 13 September 1980, the writer was afforded the opportunity of a brief reconnaissance of portions of the Ozark River Hays in Shannon County, Missouri. Physiographic features, often in association with archeological sites, were pointed out and discussed by personnel of the Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, and the Southeast Missouri Field Station, Southwest Missouri State University, at the Akers Ferry, Pulltite, Round Spring, Alley Spring, Owls Bend,...


Phase 1b Intensive Archeological Investigation: Proposed Stormwater Pond Construction Site on Maryland Route 22 Between Shamrock Road and Maryland 543, Bel Air, Harford County, Maryland (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert D. Wall.

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