POLLEN ANALYSIS OF FEATURES AT THE KRUEGER SITE, NA19,765

Summary

Twenty extramural pits at the Krueger site (NAI9,765) in southern

Arizona were examined for pollen. This Classic period Hohokam site may

represent either a small village that was permanently inhabited or a

seasonally reoccupied camp that appears to have been occupied during the

Soho phase (AD 1100-1200).·A·variety of plant/food processing activities are

assumed to have been undertaken at this site. Three research questions

have been posed for the pollen (and macrofloral) analysis at this site that

address specific evidence for subsistence-related activities at this site;

intrasite variability among the feature's sampled; and the best explanation

for any observed archaeobotanical variability at the Krueger site.

Cite this Record

POLLEN ANALYSIS OF FEATURES AT THE KRUEGER SITE, NA19,765. Linda Scott Cummings, PaleoResearch Institute. PRI Technical Report ,1988-001. 1988 ( tDAR id: 376785) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8G44PK2

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