Faunal (Other Keyword)

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Anglo-Native Interaction in Virginia’s Potomac River Valley (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only D. Brad Hatch.

Trade played a crucial role in the relationships that formed between European colonists and Native Americans during the early colonial period. In the 17th-century Potomac River Valley the interactions between Natives and Europeans laid the foundations for the emergence of a truly creolized society. This paper examines the influence of Native Americans on the early settlement of Virginia's Potomac Valley from 1647-1666 using the Hallowes site (44WM6) as an example. Analyses of the faunal remains,...


Archaeological and Historical Study, Ocean Beach Gateway Project (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Brian F. Smith. Larry Pierson.

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An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Winchester Industrial Park Phase VI Expansion Area in Clark County, Kentucky. Revised September 7, 2001 (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only D. Randall Cooper.

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Changes in Animal Use through Time at Fusihatchee (1EE191) (1999)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman. Daniel C. Weinand. Elizabeth J. Reitz.

Archaeological sites appropriate for the study of subsistence change resulting from European-Native American contact are uncommon in the southeastern United States. One of these sites is Fusihatchee (1EE191), a Creek town in what is now Alabama. Materials from Fusihatchee were deposited during four time periods spanning the Contact Period, permitting a diachronic analysis of Creek subsistence practices. Vertebrate and some invertebrate remains were studied. The Late Mississippian component...


A Cultural Resource Investigation of the North City West Employment Center, San Diego (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard H. Norwood.

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Culture Contact and Subsistence Change at Fusihatchee (1EE191) (2001)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman.

Archaeological evidence from Colonial period Native American sites in southeastern North America document dramatic changes in many aspects of Native American life. In contrast, studies of zooarchaeological remains from the Colonial period indicate that subsistence systems changed very little in spite of the introduction of domestic animals. However, few zooarchaeological assemblages from sites with both precolonial and colonial occupations have been studied. The pre-Creek and Creek site of...


Deerskins and Domesticates: Creek Subsistence and Economic Strategies in the Historic Period (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman.

Previous research indicates that, following European colonization, animal husbandry did not replace hunting as the primary source of meat in the diet of southeastern Native Americans until the early nineteenth century. However, while the introduction of Eurasian domesticated animals had little immediate impact on the lives of indigenous peoples in the Southeast,the expansion of the European market economy had profound implications for the economic and subsistence strategies of Native Americans...


The Dolores Archaeological Program
PROJECT Robert A. Bye. Christine K. Robinson. David A. Breternitz. Allen E. Kane. Steven E. James. Timothy A. Kohler. William D. Lipe. Bureau of Reclamation.

From 1978 until 1985 the University of Colorado contracted with the Bureau of Reclamation (Contract No. 8-07-40-S0562) to mitigate the adverse impact of a large water impoundment project on the cultural resources in the project area. This complex and evolving long-term mitigation plan known as the Dolores Archaeological Program (DAP) has been called a “truly unique chapter in American archaeology” (Breternitz 1993:118) and was applauded by Lipe (1998:2) for its ability to “increase the power and...


Draft Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey at Plum Grove Historic Site (13JH311) City of Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Susan R. Snow. Cynthia L. Peterson.

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Evaluating Socio-economic Status at Maasplein, Using Food Utility Indices (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kate Trusler.

A number of researchers have inferred socioeconomic status using zooarchaeological data in contexts suggested by artifacts to reflect a particular status level. Cuts of meat that are of relatively high yield ("utility") should be more economically valuable than low yield parts. A model of carcass-part utility assumes that people of high socioeconomic status will preferentially acquire greater relative frequencies of high yield parts than people of low status. The model is applied to the Roman...


Faunal Remains (1985)
DATASET Uploaded by: Jesse Clark

The faunal dataset is comprised of 81,947 specimens, recovered from a variety of contexts within the Dolores Project area (Neusius 1985c; Petersen, Matthews et al. 1986). Nonhuman macrofaunal remains collected during site excavations are by far the most abundant in the DAP assemblage (n=76,224), followed by microfaunal specimens (n=5,723) collected by way of dry screening and flotation processing (Petersen, Matthews et al. 1986). A third set of miscellaneous remains include specimens recovered...


Final Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey at Plum Grove Historic Site (13JH311), City of Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Susan R. Snow. Cynthia L. Peterson.

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Fins, Feathers and Furs: Fish, Bird, and Mammal Remains from a Stege Mound Complex Site, CA-CCO-297 (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Dwight Simons. Tom Wake.

During approximately the last thousand years people were at CA-CCO-297 focused upon taking small schools of fishes, aquatic and marine ducks and sea otters. These were obtained from estuarine habitats immediately adjacent to the site. Seasonality profiles for fish/bird/mammal species indicate procurement occurred throughout the year. Harvesting of these taxa was facilitated by the use of watercraft and nets and hunting tactics including mass collection, prey switching and coharvesting....


Fusihatchee Faunal Data (2015)
DATASET Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman. Andrew Webster. Nicole Mathwich.

An Access database of zooarchaeology data from the Ancestral Creek Fusihatchee site (1EE191) The data were reported in a 2001 dissertation by Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman entitled "Culture Contact and Subsistence Change at Fusihatchee." The database was created in 2015 by Nicole Mathwich and uploaded to tDAR by Andrew Webster in 2018. The database was created from handwritten data cards created from 1997-1998 at the University of Georgia. These original cards have been scanned and are included in...


Fusihatchee Faunal Data Paper Copy Scans ​ (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman. Nicole Mathwich. Andrew Webster.

This file is a PDF scan of the original handwritten cards of zooarchaeological data for Fusihatchee that were compiled from 1997-1998 at the University of Georgia. In 2015, this data was digitized into an Access database entitled "Fusihatchee Faunal Data" which is included on tDAR with this project. Although the PDF is text searchable, in practice this will only pull up the UGA number, not the handwritten data. The OCR does not recognize every UGA number. The PDF is mostly in the order of...


The Late Pleistocene Faunal Sequence at Big Bone Lick, Kentucky (1963)
DOCUMENT Citation Only C. Bertrand Schultz.

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Moravian Ethnic Diversity: An Archival and Faunal Analysis of Schoenbrunn and Gnadenhutten in Colonial Ohio (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Cherilyn A. Gilligan.

This is an abstract from the "Zooarchaeology, Faunal, and Foodways Studies" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The intention of this study is to investigate the agency of Native American people in colonial America through studying their interaction with the environment and with other ethnically diverse groups. Using both archival and faunal data from archaeological investigations, there is potential to address questions concerning ethnic identity...


NRHP Eligibility Assessment of Archaeological Site 13JH1020, Foster Road Extension of Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa (2000)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Timothy S. Weitzel.

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Pavao-Zuckerman Fusihatchee Fauna
PROJECT Uploaded by: Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman

This project consists of zooarchaeological remains from the ancestral Muscogee-Creek site of Fusihatchee, identified at the University of Georgia. The data formed the basis of Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman's 2001 Dissertation. Site: The Ancestral Creek and Creek town of Fusihatchee (1EE191) is located on the Tallapoosa River in Alabama, and has both precolonial and colonial period occupations, allowing for diachronic analysis. These components include the Late Woodland (A.D. 1050-1250),...


Phase 11 Archaeological Evaluation for SDI-8792 Near Dulzura (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jerry et al. Schaefer.

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Phase 11 Archaeological Test Excavation at Prehistoric Site CA-SDI-10454, Marron Valley, Dulzura (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Debra Dominici.

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A Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Bridge Replacement Sections 18 & 19, T85N,R23W Howard Township, Story County, Iowa (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jeff R. Straka.

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Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey at Plum Grove Historic Site (13JH311), City of Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Susan R. Snow.

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Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey at Plum Grove Historic Site City of Iowa City Johnson County (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Susan R. Snow.

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Phase II Archaeological Investigation of Prehistoric Components of Site 13Hr54, Little Sioux Township, Harrison County, Iowa (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Leah D. Rogers.

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