By Thomas J. Connolly
The study during this quantity derives from investigations carried out in reference to proposed widening and realignment of the Paulina-East Lake street, positioned in the caldera of Newberry Volcano. Formal evaluate of thirteen localities and information recovers at 4 websites produced a wealth of knowledge relating to human makes use of of the caldera and region through the Holocene.Initial reviews have been performed in 1990 at 9 websites. textual content excavations the subsequent yr have been performed at 4 extra localities. the result of facts restoration excavations undertaken at 4 websites in 1992 are suggested during this quantity.
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Tasa) 211 Calcined Bone 211 Summary 211 18. Blood Residue Analysis (Shirley Barr Williams And John L. Fagan) 213 Laboratory Methods and Procedures 213 Results of Analysis 215 Part V: Project Summary And Interpretation 19. Summary and Discussion 221 Project Summary and Chronology 221 Botanical Analyses 221 Macrobotanical Remains . 222 Pollen and Phytolith Remains . 225 Significance of the Botanical Studies 227 Blood Residue Analysis 227 Cultural Features 229 Post-Mazama Cultural Features 229 Pre-Mazama Cultural Features 229 Tool Material and Assemblages 230 Holocene Land Use Strategies in Central Oregon: The View from Newberry Caldera 235 11,000 to 8,500 Years Ago 235 8,500 Years Ago to the Mount Mazama Eruption (ca.
South into the desert areas of southeastern California and pluvial Lake Mohave," Bedwell (1973:170) directed his focus and the attention of those who reference his work to the pluvial lakes that covered large portions of the Great Basin. He noted, however, that the Fort Rock Basin cultural assemblage with which he was Page 4 most familiar exhibited strong relationships with "the Middle Columbia River in northern Oregon and its drainage system in southeastern Washington, the Snake River Plain of Idaho, and the areas of southern Oregon, northeastern and southeastern California, and western Nevada associated with the pluvial Lake Lahontan" (Bedwell 1973:160 161).
Cornett Shirley Barr Williams,John L. Fagan VivienJ. Singer, Guy L. Tasa University of Utah Anthropological Papers The University of Utah Press Salt Lake City Page iv Advisory Board for the University of Utah Anthropological Papers: James O'Connell and Duncan Metcalfe © 1999 by the University of Utah Press All rights reserved Printed on acid-free paper Library Of Congress Cataloguing-In-Publication Data (Connolly), Thomas J. ]. p. cm. (University of Utah anthropological papers ; no. 121) Includes bibliographical references.