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IDENTIFICATION OF CHARCOAL FROM INDIAN CREEK VILLAGE, 39ST15, AND POLLEN AND PROTEIN RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF A GROUNDSTONE FROM THE RAY LONG SITE, 39FA65

Author(s): Kathryn Puseman

Year: 1995

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Summary

Several pieces of charcoal were recovered from circular houses and from a

rectangular house at Indian Creek Village (39ST15). The circular houses probably

represent Post-Contact Coalescent occupations, while the rectangular house is

associated with the extended Middle Missouri variant (AD 1100-1450). Charcoal

was identified to determine types of wood used for house timbers and posts.

A piece of groundstone from the Ray Long Site(39EA65) was washed to recover

pollen and possible protein residues. This site is associated with the Angostura

cultural complex. Pollen and protein residue analyses are used to provide

information concerning plants and possible animal remains processed using this

groundstone.


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IDENTIFICATION OF CHARCOAL FROM INDIAN CREEK VILLAGE, 39ST15, AND POLLEN AND PROTEIN RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF A GROUNDSTONE FROM THE RAY LONG SITE, 39FA65. Kathryn Puseman. 1995 ( tDAR id: 375616) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8T152T0


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PRI Technical Report(s): 94-91

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