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1991 Roll 5 Slide 21 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (People standing on the escarpment road decline at the end of the north and South San Diego fork roads, view to the east) Second picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 22 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Palmer and Ken B. standing at escarpment decline.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 23 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Meeting with Rancher C. Hudson in the road near Detroit tank.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 24 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Iron wagon hub, Detroit Road RS #1.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 25 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Detroit Tank.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 26 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Detroit Tank) Second picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 27 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Artifacts flagged at the San Diego North Fork paraje site LA 80081. view to the west.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 28 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Artifacts flagged at the San Diego North Fork paraje site LA 80081. view to the west) Second picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 29 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto with San Diego Mt. in the background. View Southwest" (Artifacts flagged at the San Diego North Fork paraje site LA 80081.) Third picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 30 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Artifacts flagged at the San Diego north Fork paraje site LA 80081, San Diego mt. in the background) Fourth picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 31 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Artifacts flagged at the San Diego north Fork paraje site LA 80081, San Diego mt. in the background) Fifth picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 32 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Los Medanos RS #2, view south.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 33 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Los Medanos RS #3, view north, dune swale.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 34 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Los Medanos RS #3.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 35 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Los Medanos RS #3) third picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 36 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Muleshoe found on RS #3 of the Los Medanos study area


1995 Ceramic Typology Analysis (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text PATRICIA FOURNIER.

Ceramic typological analysis completed by Patricia Fournier on the ceramic collection from Paraje San Diego.


Animal Husbandry at Pimería Alta Missions: El Ganado en el Sudoeste de Norteamérica ​ (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman.

Documentary evidence from the southwestern region of North America indicates that Spanish missionaries attempted to alter the daily lives of native peoples through the introduction of Eurasian domesticated animals and animal husbandry practices. However, our understanding of the degree to which these efforts were successful is hindered by a dearth of zooarchaeological evidence. Excavations at 18th-century missions in present-day northern Sonora and southern Arizona provide an opportunity to...


Apalachicola Ecosystems Project Fauna
PROJECT Thomas Foster. Roger Brown. National Science Foundation.

This project presents the results of zooarchaeological analysis of faunal specimens recovered from two sites (1RU18 and 1RU27) excavated as part of a multidisciplinary NSF-funded Collaborative Research Project titled the “Apalachicola Ecosystems Project”, as well as a reanalysis of a zooarchaeological assemblage from the nearby site of Spanish Fort. The Apalachicola Ecosystems Project was co-directed by Thomas Foster, Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman, and Roger Brown. The objectives of the...


The Archaeological Conservancy Site Survey, Feature Documentation, Cultural Resources Map Update, and Stabilization at Barrio de Tubac, Santa Cruz County, Arizona (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Steve Koczan.

The Barrio de Tubac, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, is an archaeological preserve owned and managed by The Archaeological Conservancy (TAC). The Tubac settlement and townsite are included in the National Register of Historic Places. The Barrio de Tubac is eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places and a nomination form is being prepared. On February 27 and 28, 2002, Steve Koczan from TAC and Barbara Ruppman and Philip Halpenny from the Tubac Historical Society completed...


Faunal Data from Spanish Fort (1RU101) (2014)
DATASET Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman. Nicole Mathwich. Andrew Webster.

An Excel spreadsheet containing the zooarchaeological data from Spanish Fort (1RU101), part of the Apalachicola Ecosystems Project. The first tab contains the primary zooarchaeological data, the second tab contains the weights.


Faunal Remains from the Apalachicola Ecosystems Project (2014)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Chance H. Copperstone. Tracie Mayfield. Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman.

This report presents the results of zooarchaeological analysis of faunal specimens recovered from two sites (1RU18 and 1RU27) excavated as part of a multidisciplinary NSF-funded Collaborative Research Project titled the “Apalachicola Ecosystems Project”, as well a reanalysis of a zooarchaeological assemblage from the nearby site of Spanish Fort. Report prepared for the National Science Foundation (Award # BCS-1026308).


Guam: a Nomenclatural Chronology (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marjorie G. Driver.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


Guide to Guam, U.S.A.
DOCUMENT Citation Only Guam Visitors Bureau.

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MORE THAN JUST COPIES: COLONO WARE AS A REFLECTION OF MULTIETHNIC INTERACTION ON THE 18TH-CENTURY SPANISH FRONTIER OF WEST FLORIDA (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jennifer Melcher.

Colono ware, low-fired earthenware in European form, has long presented a challenge to the archaeologist. The existing typology of colono ware has led to confusion and misunderstanding of these wares. Proposed here is a new, more consistent typology. Archaeological work at three Spanish presidios in Pensacola, Florida, recovered a number of fragments from colono ware and Mission Red Filmed ceramic vessels. The chronological and spatial separation of the three presidios afforded the...