|Call#||E51 .A52 v.63(4) 1998 (copy 2)|
Soft covered journal "American Antiquity" Vol. 63 No. 4 October 1998; iJournal for the Society for American Archaeology
"Power and Community: The Archaeology of Slavery at the Hermitage Plantation", by Brian W. Thomas
"Investigating Correlates of Sedentism and Domestication in Prehistoric North America", by George H. Odell
"Lines in the Sand: Competition and Stone Selection on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico", by Michael R. Walsh
"Floodwater Farming, Discontinuous Ephemeral Streams, and Puebloan Abandonment in Southwestern Colorado", by Gary A. Huckleberry and Brian R. Billman
"The Interpretation of Archaeological Floor Assemblages: A Case Study from the American Southwest", by Michael W. Diehl
"The Reliability and Validity of a Lithic Debitage Typology: Implications for Archaeological Interpretation", by William C. Prentiss
"The Temporal and Social Implications of Ohio Hopewell Copper Ear Spool Design", Katharine C. Ruhl and Mark F. Seeman
"The Context of Early Southeastern Prehistoric Cave Art: A Report on the Archaeology of 3rd Unnammed Cave", by Jan F. Simek, Jay D. Franklin, and Sarah C. Sherwood
"Prehistoric Marine Mammal Hunting on California's Northern Channel Islands", by Roger H. Colten and Jeanne E. Arnold.
|Author||Goldstein, Lynne, ed.|
|Published Date||October 1998|
10" x 6 7/8" x 3/8"
ncludes illustrations; 207pp.
|LCNO||E51 .A52 v.63(4) 1998 (copy 2)|
|Published Place||Lawrence, Kansas|