Continuity and Change: Part 5

Part of the Archeology of Lake Elsinore (DRAFT) project

Author(s): Donn Grenda

Year: 1997


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 eight millennia.

Cite this Record

Continuity and Change: Part 5. Donn Grenda. In Continuity and Change: 8,500 Years of Lacustrine Adaptation on the Shores of Lake Elsinore. 1997 ( tDAR id: 369318) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8QJ7G7Z

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -117.349; min lat: 33.652 ; max long: -117.312; max lat: 33.683 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Donn Grenda; Statistical Research, Inc

Principal Investigator(s): Jeffrey Altschul

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