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Site 32DU955A, Folsom occupation of the Knife River flint primary source area

Site 32DU955A, Folsom occupation of the Knife River flint primary source area

phase III (part 1), archaeological data recovery at Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge, Dunn County, North Dakota : interim report for 1992-1993 investigations at 32DU955A : final report

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Published by Center for Northwest Anthropology, Dept. of Anthropology, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- North Dakota -- Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge,
  • Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge,
  • Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge (N.D.) -- Antiquities,
  • North Dakota -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFolsom occupation of the Knife River flint primary source area.
    Statementedited by Matthew J. Root ; authored by Matthew J. Root ... [et al.] ; prepared under the supervision of William Andrefsky, Jr., principal investigator and Stanley A. Ahler, principal investigator.
    SeriesProject report / Center for Northwest Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University -- no. 22., Project report (Washington State University. Center for Northwest Anthropology) -- no. 22.
    ContributionsRoot, Matthew J., Andrefsky, William, 1955-, Ahler, Stanley A., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service., GEI Consultants.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 383 p. :
    Number of Pages383
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17009441M
    OCLC/WorldCa34287139

    Save 84% off the newsstand price! When Edgar B. Howard heard that a road crew in eastern New Mexico had stumbled across a cache of big ancient bones, he dropped everything and grabbed the first.   Aerial view of the Morhiss Mound area and surrounding Guadalupe River floodplain taken on Decem , early in the WPA excavations. The site is the cleared area in the center of the photograph. A mostly filled-in relict (old) channel of the Guadalupe River can be seen curving around the Morhiss site. The age of this channel is unknown.

    4 7/8" Clovis. Knife River Flint. Nodular flint. From the personal collection of Calvin Howard. Howard COA. Sold "as is" at request of estate. Ezra's Retreat, A Rockshelter / Cave Occupation Site in the North Central Great Basin. By: BARD (James C.) Colin Busby and Larry Kobori Price: $ Publisher: Davis, UC:

    The anthropology of food is an area of research in which economic, social, and political dynamics interact in incredibly complex ways. Using archaeological case studies from around the globe, Inside Ancient Kitchens presents new perspectives on the comparative study of . THE ARTIFACTS OF EARLY MAN IN THE NEW WORLD Artifacts from Heaven. The Folsom Point—Unique and Potent. Americans Hunted Animals Now Extinct. Two Other Folsom Sites—Clovis and Lindenmeier. Another Fine and Ancient Point. The Plainview Point. A New Point—and Sloths—in Gypsum Cave. Old Lake and River Sites. Sandia—Older Than Folsom.


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Site 32DUA Folsom Occupation of the Knife River Flint Primary Source Area Phase III (part 1) Archaeological Date Recovery at Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge, Dunn County, North Dakota, Final Report.

By: ROOT (Matthew) editor. Price: $ Site 32DUA: Folsom Occupation of the Knife River Flint Primary Source Area. Phase III (Part I) Archaeological Data Recovery at Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge, Dunn County, North Dakota: Interim Report for Investigations at 32DUA (. The Knife River flint quarries: Excavations at site 32DU [Stanley A Ahler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Stanley A Ahler.

The Archaeology of the Bobtail Wolf Site. Folsom Occupation of the Knife River Flint Quarry Area, North Dakota by MATTHEW J. ROOT; The Big Black Site (32DUC). A Folsom Complex Workshop in the Knife River Flint Quarry Area, North Dakota by JERRY D.

WILLIAM (pp. Archaeological Investigations in the Knife River Flint Primary Source Area, Dunn County, North Dakota: The Benz Site, 32DU Grand Forks: University of North Dakota. Department of Anthropology Contribution Google Scholar. Analyses of Stone Tools and Flaking Debris.

In M. Root (Ed.), Site 32DUA: Folsom Occupation of the Knife River Flint Primary Source Area. Phase III (Part I) Archaeological Data Recovery at Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge, Dunn County, North Dakota: Interim Report for Investigations at 32DUA (pp.

Figure Paleoindian period sites outside of the primary source area with reported Knife River Knife River Flint Distribution and Identification in Montana Chairperson: Dr. Douglas H.

MacDonald Lithic sourcing has the potential to provide a plethora of information to archaeologists: resourceAuthor: Laura Evilsizer. KNIFE RIVER: I'm offering some of my North Dakota Knife River Flint for sale. This flint is one of early man's favorites, points made from it being found thousands of miles from the source.

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Erosion followed by valley filling between ca. 10, and 14C yr B.P. is also recognized atthe Lindenmeier Folsom site on the High Plains of north centralColorado (Haynes et al., ), as well as at the Folsom type site in north eastern New Mexico (Meltzer, ;,Meltzer etal., ).

The Flint River: A Recreational Guidebook to the Flint River (Georgia) and Environs [Fred Brown, Sherri M. Smith, Jimmy Carter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Flint River: A Recreational Guidebook to the Flint River (Georgia) and Environs5/5(1). This erosion is visible near Deming as one can see a cut bank, an area where the river has carved a new path on the outside bank of the channel (stream bend), which is called a meander.

-formed by the erosion of soil as the stream collides with the river bank. A research program directed to deepening the knowledge and understanding of Paleo-American “fishtail” points is being carried out.

In pursuit this goal, lithic remains from Cerro Largo department, northeastern Uruguay is examined. One of the samples comes from Paso Centurión, a surface site that has yielded the greatest number of fishtail points in by: Request PDF | Spatial Variability in the Folsom Archaeological Record: A Multi-Scalar Approach | Most models of Folsom adaptation consider specialized bison hunting and high rates of residential.

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Folsom Occupation of the Knife River Flint Quarry Area, North Dakota. Edited by MAT THEW J. ROOT. Washington State University Press, Pullman. xxii+ pp., figures, tables, 1 appendix, bibliography.

$ (Pa per, ISBN ). The Big Black Site (32DUC). A Folsom Com plex Workshop in the Knife River Flint Quarry Area. Red Dot: Source of Knife River Flint; Green Dot: Site assemblage that contains Knife River Flint Note: In the interest of protecting our shared cultural heritage from those who would do it harm, intentional or otherwise, only approximate site locations are provided here.

New Records and Observations on Paleo-American Artifacts from Cerro Largo, Northeastern Uruguay and a Peculiar Case of Reclaimed Fishtail Points Hugo G. Nami CONICET-Igeba, Laboratory of Geophysics “Daniel A.

Valencio”, Department of Geological Sciences, FCEN, UBA, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina Email: [email protected. Site 32DUA, Folsom occupation of the Knife River flint primary source area by Matthew J.

Root, William Andrefsky, Stanley A. Ahler 1 edition - first published in. This new site is now occupied by business and residential properties. The War Department abandoned Fort Marcy in Octoberthe troops and equipment being moved to Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

The site was turned over to the city of Santa Fe in Fort Marcy played an important role during the military occupation of New Mexico.This Clovis point clearly lay exposed for a long time, as it is heavily patinated. One side was heavily encrusted with carbonates but this material was dissolved when blood residue analysis was done.

This Clovis point is made of Knife River flint and it measures 2 ¼ inches ( cm) long. HOME ORDERING.The Prehistory of the Texas Coastal Zone: 10, Years of Changing Environment and Culture.

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