POLLEN ANALYSIS AT THE TOLAND SITE (AZ BB:13:321) NEAR TUCSON, ARIZONA

Summary

The Toland Site. located on the eastern outskirts of Tucson, Arizona,

is an open sherd and lithic scatter. Ceramics indicate an occupation during

the "Middle Rincon Sub phase (AD 1000-1100) of the Hohokam chronology (Elson

1986)" (Earl Sires, written communication, February 7, 1989). The floors of

two pithouses were sampled for pollen beneath trivets, a bowl, and a mano,

and two manos were washed for their pollen content. Pollen analysis at this

site was geared toward the recovery of pollen resulting from subsistence

activities.

Cite this Record

POLLEN ANALYSIS AT THE TOLAND SITE (AZ BB:13:321) NEAR TUCSON, ARIZONA. Linda Scott Cummings, PaleoResearch Institute. PRI Technical Report ,1989-014. 1989 ( tDAR id: 376830) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8X63M77

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Keywords

Material
Pollen

Site Name
Toland Site

Investigation Types
Data Recovery / Excavation

General
Toland Site, Tucson, pollen

Geographic Keywords
Tucson, AZ

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