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Late Pueblo II and Pueblo III Cliff Dwellings and Community Patterns in the Grand Gulch, Southeastern Utah
The study area, a 6.5 km segment of Grand Gulch, includes 24 well-preserved late Pueblo II-Pueblo III period (ca. A.D. 1060-1270) cliff dwellings. I use a spatial and functional analysis of the cliff dwellings and their ...
Alaskan Blade Cores as Specialized Components of Mobile Toolkits: Assessing Design Parameters and Toolkit Organization through Debitage Analysis
(University of Utah Press, 2001)
Bifaces, used as specialized tools and as cores, were a primary component of the mobile toolkits employed by prehistoric hunter-gatherer groups in North America. In some toolkits, however, particularly those in the American ...
Managing Archaeological Resources for the Future: A Monumental Task.
(Archaeology Southwest (Organization), 2001)
The 2000 Census showed that Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah ranked first through fourth, respectively, among the 50 states in percentage of population increase since 1990; New Mexico was twelfth. In the twenty-first ...
Pits Without Pots: Basketmaker II Houses and Lithics of Southeastern Utah
The first goal of this thesis was to provide descriptive site reports of three late Basketmaker II habitation sites on Cedar Mesa, Southeastern Utah. There was great homogeneity among late Basketmaker II habitation sites ...
Threat to Knowledge: Research and the Future of Archeology in the National Parks (interview format)
(National Park Service, Archeology and Ethnography Program, 2001)
Introduction: "The national parks have long played a leading role in advancing archeological research, says Bill Lipe, noted scholar and past president of the Society for American Archaeology. Today, however, he believes ...