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GC-MS Analysis of Residues Reveals Nicotine in Two Late Prehistoric Pipes from CA-ALA-554
(Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, 2012)
Three pipes were recovered during excavations at CA-ALA-554. Ethnographically, Native Californians smoked a range of plants, the most common of which is tobacco, in pipes. In order to determine the specific uses of these ...
Exploring the Future of Archaeology on the Plateau: The 2014 Washington State University Museum of Anthropology Plateau Conference
(Society for American Archaeology, SAA Record, 2014)
The Intermontane Plateau region of North America has an incredibly rich and unique environmental and cultural history with amazing research potential. It is also home to a number of thriving American Indian Tribes who are ...
Why Did We Do It That Way: The University of Utah Glen Canyon Project in Retrospect
(Archaeological Society of New Mexico, 2012)
Carol Condie AND I both worked on the University of Utah portion of the Glen Canyon Archeological Project--she as de facto editor of the University of Utah Anthropological Papers (though her actual title was Associate ...