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A Cultural Resource Management Plan for the Fossil Falls / Little Lake Locality (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Alan P. Garfinkel.

The report represents the culmination of a three month effort to characterize the cultural resources of the Fossil Falls/Little Lake archaeological locality. The areal focus for this study was concentrated on the National Resource Lands adjacent to the geological site known as Fossil Falls. However, it was found by this researcher, the prehistory of the area would best be served by a more general examination. Since the action of the pluvial Owens River and the relative fluctuations of the spring...

A Cultural Resource Overview for the Amargosa - Mojave Basin Planning Units (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Claude N. Warren. Martha Knack. Elizabeth von Till Warren.

This overview is an attempt to pull together existing cultural resource data and to evaluate those resources of the Amargosa-Mojave Basin planning units. It is our goal to provide an evaluation and a description of the data that may be used as a basis for educated management of the cultural resources. These are divided into archaeological, ethnographic and historic resources with a section of the report devoted to each. The archaeological section includes only the aboriginal data. The exclusion...

A Cultural Resource Overview of the Bureau of Land Management Coleville, Bodie, Benton, and Owens Valley Planning Units, California (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Colin I. Busby. John M. Findlay. James C. Bard.

This report represents a contribution to a number of regional (i.e., planning unit) studies commissioned by the Bureau of Land Management for lands under its control in the State of California. The intent of these various studies is to provide the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) with an overview and synthesis of the existing cultural resource information, including historic, prehistoric and ethnographic data available for the study area, in this case, the Bodie/Coleville and Benton/ Owens...

Fire-cracked Rock Use and Reuse in the Hueco Bolson, Fort Bliss, Texas (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Cynthia L. Tennis. Johanna M. Hunziker. Jeff D. Leach.

The Center for Archaeological Research of The University of Texas at San Antonio conducted an analysis of 29,058 pieces of fire-cracked rock and burned caliche selected from a sample of hundreds of features tested as part of the Hueco Mountain Archaeological Project at Fort Bliss, Texas. Feature and non-feature material included in this analysis were collected from site FB 13237 located on the proximal fan, FB 12719 within the basin area, and FB 12412 situated in the transitional zone between...