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Ceramic Micro-Seriation: Types or Attributes?

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 89-101

  CERAMIC MICRO-SERIATION: TYPES OR ATTRIBUTES? Andrew 1. Duff Micro-serlation using uttrihtites of'...

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Woodstock Culture and the Question of Mississippian Emergence

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 21-37

  WOODSTOCK CULTURE AND THE QUESTION OF MISSISSIPPIAN EMERGENCE  Charles R. Cobb and Patrick...

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The Positioning of Archaeology within Anthropology: A Canadian Historical Perspective

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 5-20

  THE POSITIONING OF ARCHAEOLOGY WITHIN ANTHROPOLOGY: A CANADIAN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE  Jane H....

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Alternative Procedures for Assessing Standardization in Ceramic Assemblages

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 116-126

  ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURES FOR ASSESSING STANDARDIZATION IN  CERAMIC ASSEMBLAGES  Kenneth L....

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Immunological and Microwear Analysis of Chipped-Stone Artifacts from Piedmont Contexts

  IMMUNOLOGICAL AND MICROWEAR ANALYSIS OF CHIPPED-STONE  ARTIFACTS FROM PIEDMONT CONTEXTS  Michael...

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The Craft of Archaeology

Vol.66,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 75-88

  THE CRAFT OF ARCHAEOLOGY h4ichael Shanks and Randall H. McCiuire TIIV i d ~ of retlroning tlnii t.\-e~...

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The Intensity of Maize Processing and Production in Upland Mogollon Pithouse Villages A.D. 200-1000

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 102-115

  THE INTENSITY OF MAIZE PROCESSING AND PRODUCTION IN UPLAND MOGOLLON PITHOUSE VILLAGES A.D. 200-1000...

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The Minimum Spanning Tree Problem in Archaeology

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 149-155

  THE MINIMUM SPANNING TREE PROBLEM IN ARCHAEOLOGY Per Hage, Frank Harary, and Brent James The minim~tm spanning...

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Where in the World Does Obsidian Hydration Dating Work?

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 136-148

  WHERE IN THE WORLD DOES OBSIDIAN HYDRATION DATING WORK?  Rosanna Ridings - Rrsrrltr of'ir,firici.\~...

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The World's Longest-Lived Corporate Group: Lithic Analysis Reveals Prehistoric Social Organization near Lillooet, British Columbia

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 341-356

  THE WORLD'S LONGEST-LIVED CORPORATE GROUP: LITHIC ANALYSIS REVEALS PREHISTORIC SOCIAL ORGANIZATION NEAR...

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Sex, Gender, and Status: Human Images from the Classic Mimbres

Vol.65,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 127-143

  SEX, GENDER, AND STATUS: HUMAN IMAGES FROM THE CLASSIC MIMBRES  Marit K. Munson Prehistoric...

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The Buhl Burial: A Paleoindian Woman from Southern Idaho

  THE BUHL BURIAL: A PALEOINDIAN WOMAN FROM SOUTHERN IDAHO  Thomas J. Green, Bruce Cochran, Todd W....

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Obituary: Bertha Pauline Dutton, 1903-1994

Vol.62,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 652-658

  BERTHA PAULINE DUTTON 1903- I994 n September I I, 1994, the world lost Bertha P. Dutton...

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Rockshelters and Hunter-Gatherer Adaptation to the Pleistocene/Holocene Transition

Vol.63,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 223-238

  ROCKSHELTERS AND HUNTER-GATHERER ADAPTATION TO THE PLEISTOCENEIHOLOCENE TRANSITION  John A. Walthall...

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The Bioarchaeology and Taphonomy of Violence at Castle Rock and Sand Canyon Pueblos, Southwestern Colorado

Vol.67,
No.3,
(2002),
pp 486-513

  THE BIOARCHAEOLOGY AND TAPHONOMY OF VIOLENCE AT CASTLE ROCK AND SAND CANYON PUEBLOS, SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO...

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Archaic Period Canoes from Newnans Lake, Florida

  REPORTS ARCHAIC PERIOD CANOES FROM NEWNANS LAKE, FLORIDA Ryan J. Wheeler, James J. Miller, Ray M....

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Evaluation of the Flote-Tech Machine-Assisted Flotation System

Vol.63,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 143-156

  EVALUATION OF THE FLOTE-TECH MACHINE-ASSISTED FLOTATION SYSTEM Andrea A. Hunter and Brian R. Gassner Recently,...

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Origins of an Anasazi Scarlet Macaw Feather Artifact

  ORIGINS OF AN ANASAZI SCARLET MACAW FEATHER ARTIFACT Nancy Borson, Frances Berdan, Edward Stark, Jack States,...

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On the Pleistocene Antiquity of Monte Verde, Southern Chile

  ON THE PLEISTOCENE ANTIQUITY OF MONTE VERDE, SOUTHERN CHILE David J. Meltzer. Donald K. ...

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Prehistoric Human Use of Fire, the Eastern Agricultural Complex, and Appalachian Oak-Chestnut Forests: Paleoecology of Cliff Palace Pond, Kentucky

  PREHISTORIC HUMAN USE OF FIRE, THE EASTERN AGRICULTURAL COMPLEX, AND APPALACHIAN OAK-CHESTNUT FORESTS:...

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Large-Game Hunting, Gender-Differentiated Work Organization, and the Role of Evolutionary Ecology in California and Great Basin Prehistory: A Reply to Broughton and Bayham

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 790-792

  LARGE-GAME HUNTING, GENDER-DIFFERENTIATED WORK ORGANIZATION, AND THE ROLE OF EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY IN CALIFORNIA...

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Calibrated Radiocarbon Dating at Keatley Creek: The Chronology of Occupation at a Complex Hunter-Gatherer Village

  REPORTS CALIBRATED RADIOCARBON DATING AT KEATLEY CREEK: THE CHRONOLOGY OF OCCUPATION AT A COMPLEX...

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Ceramic Standardization and Intensity of Production: Quantifying Degrees of Specialization

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 768-782

  CERAMIC STANDARDIZATION AND INTENSITY OF PRODUCTION: QUANTIFYING DEGREES OF SPECIALIZATION  Valentine...

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Documenting Prehistoric Communication Networks: A Case Study in the Paquimé Polity

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 753-767

  DOCUMENTING PREHISTORIC COMMUNICATION NETWORKS: A CASE STUDY IN THE PAQUIME POLITY Steve Swanson Hilltop...

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Exploring the Ubiquitous through the Unusual: Color Symbolism in Pueblo Black-on-White Pottery

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 665-695

  EXPLORING THE UBIQUITOUS THROUGH THE UNUSUAL: COLOR SYMBOLISM IN PUEBLO BLACK-ON-WHITE POTTERY ...

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Consolidation and Hierarchy: Chiefdom Variability in the Mississippian Southeast

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 641-661

  CONSOLIDATION AND HIERARCHY: CHIEFDOM VARIABILITY IN   THE MISSISSIPPIAN SOUTHEAST   Robin A....

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The Death of Owasco

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 737-752

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Phytolith Evidence for Early Maize (Zea Mays) in the Northern Finger Lakes Region of New York

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 619-640

  ARTICLES PHYTOLITH EVIDENCE FOR EARLY MAIZE (ZEA MAYS) IN THE NORTHERN FINGER LAKES REGION OF NEW...

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The Shaman-Priests of the Casas Grandes Region, Chihuahua, Mexico

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 696-717

  THE SHAMAN-PRIESTS OF THE CASAS GRANDES REGION, CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO  Christine S. VanPool The...

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The Four Fields of Archaeology

Vol.68,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 611-618

  FORUM THE FOUR FIELDS OF ARCHAEOLOGY Charles R. McGimsey I11 The increase infinding associated...

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Ceramic Micro-Seriation: Types or Attributes?

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 89-101

  CERAMIC MICRO-SERIATION: TYPES OR ATTRIBUTES? Andrew 1. Duff Micro-serlation using uttrihtites of'...

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Woodstock Culture and the Question of Mississippian Emergence

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 21-37

  WOODSTOCK CULTURE AND THE QUESTION OF MISSISSIPPIAN EMERGENCE  Charles R. Cobb and Patrick...

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The Positioning of Archaeology within Anthropology: A Canadian Historical Perspective

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 5-20

  THE POSITIONING OF ARCHAEOLOGY WITHIN ANTHROPOLOGY: A CANADIAN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE  Jane H....

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Alternative Procedures for Assessing Standardization in Ceramic Assemblages

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 116-126

  ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURES FOR ASSESSING STANDARDIZATION IN  CERAMIC ASSEMBLAGES  Kenneth L....

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Immunological and Microwear Analysis of Chipped-Stone Artifacts from Piedmont Contexts

  IMMUNOLOGICAL AND MICROWEAR ANALYSIS OF CHIPPED-STONE  ARTIFACTS FROM PIEDMONT CONTEXTS  Michael...

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The Craft of Archaeology

Vol.66,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 75-88

  THE CRAFT OF ARCHAEOLOGY h4ichael Shanks and Randall H. McCiuire TIIV i d ~ of retlroning tlnii t.\-e~...

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The Intensity of Maize Processing and Production in Upland Mogollon Pithouse Villages A.D. 200-1000

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 102-115

  THE INTENSITY OF MAIZE PROCESSING AND PRODUCTION IN UPLAND MOGOLLON PITHOUSE VILLAGES A.D. 200-1000...

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The Minimum Spanning Tree Problem in Archaeology

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 149-155

  THE MINIMUM SPANNING TREE PROBLEM IN ARCHAEOLOGY Per Hage, Frank Harary, and Brent James The minim~tm spanning...

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The World's Longest-Lived Corporate Group: Lithic Analysis Reveals Prehistoric Social Organization near Lillooet, British Columbia

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 341-356

  THE WORLD'S LONGEST-LIVED CORPORATE GROUP: LITHIC ANALYSIS REVEALS PREHISTORIC SOCIAL ORGANIZATION NEAR...

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Risk, Climatic Variability, and the Study of Southwestern Prehistory: An Evolutionary Perspective

  RISK, CLIMATIC VARIABILITY, AND THE STUDY OF SOUTHWESTERN  PREHISTORY: AN EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE Daniel...

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Ceramic Micro-Seriation: Types or Attributes?

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 89-101

  CERAMIC MICRO-SERIATION: TYPES OR ATTRIBUTES? Andrew 1. Duff Micro-serlation using uttrihtites of'...

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Woodstock Culture and the Question of Mississippian Emergence

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 21-37

  WOODSTOCK CULTURE AND THE QUESTION OF MISSISSIPPIAN EMERGENCE  Charles R. Cobb and Patrick...

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The Positioning of Archaeology within Anthropology: A Canadian Historical Perspective

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 5-20

  THE POSITIONING OF ARCHAEOLOGY WITHIN ANTHROPOLOGY: A CANADIAN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE  Jane H....

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Alternative Procedures for Assessing Standardization in Ceramic Assemblages

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 116-126

  ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURES FOR ASSESSING STANDARDIZATION IN  CERAMIC ASSEMBLAGES  Kenneth L....

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Immunological and Microwear Analysis of Chipped-Stone Artifacts from Piedmont Contexts

  IMMUNOLOGICAL AND MICROWEAR ANALYSIS OF CHIPPED-STONE  ARTIFACTS FROM PIEDMONT CONTEXTS  Michael...

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The Craft of Archaeology

Vol.66,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 75-88

  THE CRAFT OF ARCHAEOLOGY h4ichael Shanks and Randall H. McCiuire TIIV i d ~ of retlroning tlnii t.\-e~...

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The Intensity of Maize Processing and Production in Upland Mogollon Pithouse Villages A.D. 200-1000

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 102-115

  THE INTENSITY OF MAIZE PROCESSING AND PRODUCTION IN UPLAND MOGOLLON PITHOUSE VILLAGES A.D. 200-1000...

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The Minimum Spanning Tree Problem in Archaeology

Vol.61,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 149-155

  THE MINIMUM SPANNING TREE PROBLEM IN ARCHAEOLOGY Per Hage, Frank Harary, and Brent James The minim~tm spanning...

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The World's Longest-Lived Corporate Group: Lithic Analysis Reveals Prehistoric Social Organization near Lillooet, British Columbia

Vol.61,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 341-356

  THE WORLD'S LONGEST-LIVED CORPORATE GROUP: LITHIC ANALYSIS REVEALS PREHISTORIC SOCIAL ORGANIZATION NEAR...

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Risk, Climatic Variability, and the Study of Southwestern Prehistory: An Evolutionary Perspective

  RISK, CLIMATIC VARIABILITY, AND THE STUDY OF SOUTHWESTERN  PREHISTORY: AN EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE Daniel...

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