Bifacial Cores (Other Keyword)
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This report presents the results of two archeological studies of prehistoric lithic procurement locations: the Halls Crossing site (42SA14829) in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and the White Crack site (42SA17597) in Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah. Both studies suggest that these lithic sources were exploited by mobile hunter-gatherers who produced bifacial cores that they transported throughout their ranges. These thin bifaces served as multipurpose implements,...
Three Lithic Material Caches From Southeastern Montana: Their Implications For Cultural Adaptation and Interaction On the Northwestern Plains (1985)
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