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Historics

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1988 Groveland Site Prep Project, CRIR #05-16-289 (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only C. E. Buttery.

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1989 Insect / Drought Salvage. Cultural Resource Inventory Report CRIR #05-16-396. MISUCA Helicopter Insect Salvage Sale (I.S.S.). (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only C. E. Whitesell.

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1991 Groveland Deep Tilling Project, Cultural Resource Management Report 05-16-551, Mariposa and Tuolumne Counties (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Steve Marsh.

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19th Century Factories, Warehouses and Workshops in La Puntilla, San Juan Puerto Rico (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Luis Quintana Ortiz.

La Puntilla-Marina is a small peninsula located south of the walled city of San Juan, Puerto Rico, and west of the docks. Through the 19th century a series of projects to develop the area, consisting on the construction of colonial government buildings such as the custom’s house, armory and a military battery, as well as warehouses and dwellings, were completed. Unfortunately, part of this ward was demolished in in the mid-20th century to give way to the construction of residential units, a...


2 Parcels on SR-62. 9PP (1995)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Bruce Love.

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The 20th Century Archaeology of the High Mountains: State Projects and the Forces Resisting Them (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John Robb.

The mountains of southern Calabria above 1400 m were used throughout prehistory and history, but except for an attempt to found highland agricultural settlements in the Greek period, they were always used for special purposes rather than as primary centres of habitation. The 20th century saw a massive transformation in land use, with intensive state investment in creating new kinds of mountain landscapes dedicated to special purposes. These purposes included political control, economic...


3D Cyber-Archaeology Dissemination through Scientific Visualization - Personal and Large-Scale Virtual Reality Platforms (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jurgen Schulze. Connor Smith. Philip Weber. Thomas DeFanti. Thomas E. Levy.

We created a walk-up virtual reality system consisting of six large 3D TV displays with 4k resolution, for easy dissemination of spatial and three-dimensional archaeological findings. We call this system the CAVE Kiosk. The system has been placed in the campus library to make it easily accessible to the entire campus community. We currently support three types of data: regular photographs, high resolution panoramic stereo photographs, point clouds such as from LIDAR scanners, and 3D models such...


3D Geometric Morphometrics Applied in the Identification of Canis spp. specimen from a Historic Site in Western Texas (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lila Jones. Eileen Johnson.

Whiskey Flats, an archaeological site on the Llano Estacado (western Texas), is dated to the mid-18th century and represents Comanche occupation. Ongoing fieldwork has produced a vertebrate assemblage that includes coyote (Canis latrans) and a larger canid (Canis spp.) of a species that remains undetermined. The species of canids that may have been present at the time of deposition are grey wolf (C. lupus), coyote, domestic dog (C. lupus familiaris), and possibly red wolf (C. rufus). The Canis...


3D Hydraulic Modeling of the Ancient Irrigation System at the MGK site in Xinjiang, China (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Yuqi Li.

Most archaeologists would agree that ancient irrigation systems preserve important information about the technology, economy, and social organization of past societies. However, considering that archaeologists generally lack training in hydraulics, it is often difficult for us to extract much information from an ancient irrigation system beyond basic description and chronology. Thanks to the recent development in drone technology and flow modeling techniques we now have the option of generating...


An Abundance of Data: The Opportunities and Constraints of Digital Media Utilization at Fort Snelling National Historic Landmark (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joseph Pnewski.

Intensively recorded, researched, and utilized historic and archaeological sites present many unique opportunities and issues in their study and interpretation. One such site is Fort Snelling National Historic Landmark. The large amounts of historic map and archival data available throughout the history of Fort Snelling allows for both more complete, and more complex understandings of the site. The use of georeferenced archival maps can highlight and visualize a timeline for the progression of...


An Accounting of the Dead: Historical Epidemiology and Big Data in the Arch Street Project (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Nicholas Bonneau.

As of the beginning of September 2017, the remains of over 250 individuals were recovered from the building site at 218 Arch Street. While the presence of bodies in what was once the First Baptist Church of Philadelphia burial ground should not surprise us, contemporary documents and written histories of the congregation state that all burials had been moved to the Mount Mariah Cemetery in the mid-nineteenth century. The abundance of human remains left on the original site raises questions for...


Acts of God? Causation and Agency in Disease History (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sarah Inskip. John Robb.

Epidemics are often understood both by historians and by ancient people as "acts of God" which structure human lives but originate outside systemic causation, and are simply caused by the advent of pathogens. But no simple model of unidirectional causation, whether by natural agents or humans, really does justice to the situation. Disease responds to social and biological environments (for instance, settlement distributions affecting contagion, and poverty and malnutrition compromising the...


Acts of Nature and Culture: Caves, Performance, and Transformation (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Karen Holmberg.

The role of performance in disaster risk reduction provides the focus for evocative recent discussions of somatic experience, embodied knowledge, and climate change (e.g., Cosgrove and Kelman 2017). In this paper, I’d like to expand this perspective on the perception of dynamic environments through consideration of how material residues in caves link to large-scale transformations in the complexly entwined natural and cultural landscapes outside of the caves. I draw on four seemingly disparate...


Addendum Archaeological Assessment-Additional Inventory, Weintein Project, Lake Tulloch, Tuolumne County. (2000)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Basin Research Associates, Inc..

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Addendum Archaeological Survey Report for Proposed Bridge Replacement and Road Improvements on 11-SD-76 P.M. 9.3 / 10.1 11206-184860 (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Martin D. Rosen.

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Addendum Extended Archaeological Survey Report, CA-TUO-2193, 2195, 2196 on the East Sonora Bypass Project (10-TUO-108, P.M. R2.0 / R6.9, 10-340400). (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael F. Rondeau.

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Addendum Report: Determination of Eligibility Report for Historical Resource Associated with the Broadwell Repository Project Area, San Bernardino County, California (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jeanette A. McKenna.

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Addendum Report: Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Broadwell Repository Alternative Access Road, San Bernardino County, California (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jeanette A. McKenna.

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Addendum to a Cultural Resource Assessment of the Ontario Mills Project Site, City of Ontario, San Bernardino County (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kathleen C. Del Chario.

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Addendum to Cultural Resources Assessment Conducted for Planning Area 1 of the Summit Valley Management Company's Proposed Development Near Hesperia, San Bernardino County, California (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kathleen C. Del Chario.

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Addendum to Cultural Resources Report: Rock Springs Realignment Project Near the Town of Apple Valley, San Bernardino County, CA. 14PP (1997)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Bruce Love. Bai Tom Tang.

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Addendum to Phase I Extended Archaeological Survey for Proposed San Diego Bay Route Bikeway Projects in San Diego County SDi-5512 (Dot-11-Bkwy-1) & SDi-5513 (Dot-11-Bkwy-2). (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Roy E. Pettus. Larry L. Leach. Joyce M. Corum.

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Addendum to the Report, Historical Archaeology at the Hunters Hill Residential Development, Chino Hills, San Bernardino County, California (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only J. Stephen Alexandrowicz.

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Addendum To: a Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of the Arrowhead Springs Property, Approximately 89 Acres Located in San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Juanita R. Shinn.

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An Addendum To: a Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of Tt15814. 53PP (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kenneth M. Becker.

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