Obsidian Hydration Analysis (Other Keyword)

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Appendix 2: Analysis of Obsidian Hydration On Aboriginal Archaeological Specimens from Oiyer Springs and PI PI Campground Archaeological Sites. in Archaeological Test Excavations at Ioyer Springs and PI PI Valley, By Susan G. Lindstrom (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert J. Jackson.

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Archaeological Explorations in Shasta Valley, California (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Blossom Hamusek. Eric W. Ritter. Julie Burcell.

The Bureau of Land Management proposed to transfer approximately 4300 acres in eastern Shasta Valley, Siskiyou County to non-federal entities. These lands were were scattered in 17 parcels. Before they were disposed of, intensive (Class Ill) archaeological inventory was completed for these parcels with the exception of one parcel and a portion of a second that were subsequently dropped from the disposal action due to important cultural values. The overall inventory resulted in the...


Cultural Succession At the Hoffer Site (24CH669) and Eagle Creek Confluence, Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River, North-Central Montana High Plains (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Leslie B. Davis.

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Obsidian Hydration Analysis of Specimens from Site CA-Sbr-4177 at Ivanpah Dry Lake (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gary Stickel.

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Obsidian In Vermont: Analysis of an Arrowhead in the Gerald Coane Collection (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Matthew Boulanger. Thomas R. Jamison.

Archaeologists are particularly interested in identifying evidence of prehistoric long-distance trade and exchange, and artifacts made from stone are some of the best records of such exchange because they can be traced back to specific geological outcrops. Archaeologists often develop an intuitive knowledge about the types of stone and their potential sources that were used prehistorically. In Vermont for example, most archaeologists recognize quartzite from the Cheshire formation or chert from...