Menstrual Hut (Other Keyword)
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Frequently, surface depressions at Dena'ina ancestral sites are interpreted as houses or cache pits. A review of ethnographic and historical literature suggests that surface depressions at Dena'ina ancestral sites are a result of several activities beyond habitation and caching. Pitfall traps, temporary shelters, cooking pits, menstrual huts, water wells, graves, and trees uprooted for beluga hunting are some features that can result in surface depressions. Possible feature locations,...
Reevaluation of Cultural Resources Within the Applegate Lake Project Area, Jackson County, Oregon Phase III: Data Recovery at 35Ja42 (1983)
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