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Origins of southwestern domestic turkey
Leaving Mesa Verde: The Great Pueblo Migrations of the 13th Century
This presentation was given in May 2014 at the Spokane chapter meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA). The presentation deals with questions about where the former inhabitants of the Cedar Mesa region in ...
Two Presentations Regarding Cultural Resource Management Issues on Public Lands in Southeastern Utah
These two presentations were made at meetings organized by Senator Robert Bennett of Utah to obtain input from interested parties regarding public lands management issues in southeastern Utah. The first presentation, made ...
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 ...
Too Many Turkeys??
This PowerPoint presentation was delivered in March 2016 at the Society of Ethnobiology meetings in Tucson, AZ. The presentation has various goals, including: Describe increase in turkeys and decrease in artioodactyls in ...
Dynamics of the thirteenth century depopulation of the northern San Juan: the view from Cedar Mesa.
Included here is a presentation made by the authors at the Society for American Archaeology meeting in St. Louis, MO, April 15, 2010.
No bones about it: aDNA sequencing of dietary remains from human paleofeces.
(International Council for Archaeozoology, 2014)
The Basketmaker II (BMII) period remains from Turkey Pen Ruin, Utah (ca. 100BC – AD 500) show strong evidence for early, autochthonous turkey domestication in the Southwestern United States. However, isotopic research on ...
Comments on the cultural resources of Area 6, San Juan County, Utah
Prepared for meeting organized by Senator Robert Bennett.