Elsinore (Site Name Keyword)
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Seven shell beads and a bead or ornament fragment were recovered from excavations at a portion of the RIV-2798 conducted by Statistical Research in October 1993. This report provides descriptions of the beads and discusses the time periods during which they were deposited. Also included in the PDF are notes, edits, and correspondence between Statistical Research Inc and Chester King.
Part 2 provides all of the necessary information by which the analyses, syntheses, and conclusions can be judged, including detailed unit, feature, stratum, and facie descriptions. All field methods and results are also presented here, including those for the geomorphological study.
Part 3 presents the analyses of ecofacts. These studies provide the bridge between the environmental background provided in Part 2 and the material culture studies in Part 4. Ecofactual analyses are aimed at helping us understand subsistence patterns throughout prehistory. Both the paleobotanical studies and the faunal remains demonstrate 8,500 years of continuity.
Part 4 presents the analyses of artifacts. Worked bone and lithic analyses inform on technology, whereas shell ornaments and beads provide hints about the more personal aspects of prehistoric life. Although minor changes in material culture emerge, the clear pattern is 8,500 years on continuity. Combined with the analyses presented in Part 3, these chapters provide the data to interpret site structure and address many of the research issues outline in Part 2.
Part 5 synthesizes the information presented in the report and places the site in its regional context. Because the site provides considerable time depth, issues such as change in site structure and social organization are addressed. This part demonstrates the unique nature of the Elsinore site both from a culture history perspective and as a database for archaeological research. We use this high-information site to reevaluate prehistory and to explore the challenges hunter-gathers faced over...
Final catalog of bag contents and boxes that are in curation. This is organized by bag number and states the box number where the bag is located and the material contained in the bag.
The analysis of botanical remains from the Lake Elsinore site (Riv-2798) was conducted to provide evidence of plant use by the prehistoric inhabitants of this site. Riv-2798 is an open air site located at the bottom of a small hill on the banks of the outlet channel for Lake Elsinore, Riverside County, California (Grenda, personal communication, 1995). Radiocarbon dates are not yet available for this site, however a preliminary analysis by the site’s investigators suggests that the site was...
Images of berm, screening of the berm, and surrounding area.
Paleographic reconstruction for the early Holocene (10,500-7200 B.P.)
Paleographic reconstruction for the late Holocene (3440-50 B.P.)
Paleographic reconstruction for the middle Holocene (7200-3440 B.P.)
Project director field notes and correspondence. Some notes relate to post field activities.
This letter represents Statistical Research, Inc’s (SRI) report on archaeological excavations in the parking lot berm at CA-RIV-2798/H (herein referred to as RIV-2798/H). SRI conducted its research in accordance with the Settlement and Release Agreement entered into by the Temecula Band of Luiseno Indians (also referred to as the Pechanga Indians) and the City of Lake Elsinore. This report is divided into six sections; project history, terms of the agreement, field methods, site conditions,...
Mapping data that produced the final field map. This includes stadia rod and transit readings and the northing and easting of various units and features. Some of the notes are presented in tables.
Newspaper articles related to Elsinore project. This is information for the general public and contains pictures and very basic comments on what was being learned at the time of the article.
Printout of the flaked stone lithic database of the analyzed portion of the collection. A partial coding sheet is included to make the printout usable.
This appendix summaries the shell material recovered from the Lake Elsinore excavations. A sample of 1418 fragmentary and approximately 1018 specimens. The great majority of these are freshwater gastropods; although a number of marine taxa are well represented in the sample.
Worked bone inventory showing individual attributes of each analyzed artifact.