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The Archeolgoy of Mitchell Caverns (1989)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 260964] Diana G. Pinto.

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Aztec’s Textiles, Baskets, and Other Perishable Traditions: Contributions of Recent Perishables Research to a New Understanding of the West Ruin (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 429988] Laurie Webster. Edward Jolie.

Earl Morris recovered more than 1500 perishable artifacts from the West Ruin of Aztec, but his publications provide only a glimpse of the diversity, richness, and strong research potential of this relatively well-preserved and well-provenienced perishable collection. In this paper, we discuss our recent re-analyses of these assemblages and present new insights related to Chaco-Aztec relations and the organization of ritual practice, society, and craft production at Aztec. We also highlight...


Cherokee Economic Botany from Western North Carolina: Man and Nature in the Southern Appalachians

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 118435] John Witthoft.

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FIBER AND WOOD IDENTIFICATION AT SEVERAL SITES ON THE ASHLEY NATIONAL FOREST, UTAH (2001)

DOCUMENT [ID: 378692] Linda Scott Cummings. Kathryn Puseman.

Eighteen fiber and/or wood samples were submitted for identification from several sites on the Ashley National Forest. A combination of techniques was used in the identification of these remains, which included plant bundles, burden basket construction elements, snare wood and fibers, and other basket materials.


Koniag Burial Patterns: Examples from Karluk (Kar-001) (1988)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 130152] Charles J. Utermohle.

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Material Culture of Samoa: Condensed and Simplified from Dr. P. H. Buck's Samoan Material Culture with Additional Notes

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 225098] Brother Herman.

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Material Culture of Western Samoa: Persistence and Change (1985)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 224712] Roger Neich.

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Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America