2 edition of analysis of prehistoric artifacts from Lassen National Forest, California found in the catalog.
analysis of prehistoric artifacts from Lassen National Forest, California
Lonnie Corlett Pippin
by Social Sciences Center, Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada System in [Reno, Nev.]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 74-88.
|Statement||by Lonnie C. Pippin and Eugene M. Hattori.|
|Series||Social sciences technical report series -- no. 15 (July 1980), Technical report (University of Nevada System. Desert Research Institute. Social Sciences Center) -- no. 15.|
|Contributions||Hattori, Eugene Mitsuru.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii leaves, 128 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||128|
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In May, Brenda Reed, Hat Creek District Archaeologist on the Lassen National Forest, directed "Wagon Trails II," a PIT that analyzed artifacts found during the PIT project of the same name. Artifacts recovered during that project were found on the cutoff between the Nobles Emigrant Road and the Fort Crook Military Road - also known as the. Prehistory in California: Sorting Thro Years of Native History.
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Archaeologists exploring the remote reaches of a military training base in southern California have uncovered nearly 9, artifacts that represent more t years of human history in the Mojave Desert, a new study reports. The artifacts, found at multiple sites across the base, include more than 8, stone tools, flakes, ground stone, pieces of ceramic, and bone, as well as a single.
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But University of Cincinnati archaeology professor Alan Sullivan is challenging that long-standing idea, arguing instead that people routinely burned the understory of forests to grow wild crops 1, years : Ancient-Origins.
This prehistoric artifact is called the “Chipped Stone Bear" and is the Official California State Prehistoric Artifact, as adopted by the California Legislature on J As an effigy in prehistoric times, it is still revered today as one of the earliest examples of representational art recovered in the Western United States.
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One of the longest running and most trusted artifact sales websites. About. A recent Masters graduate from Chico State currently working as a Crew Lead Archaeological Technician for Lassen National Forest. Focused studies on the prehistoric archaeology of the Great Title: Field Archaeologist at U.S.
Forest. The artifact is the oldest ice age art depicting an animal with a trunk. Mammoths were not originally believed to have been in North America during this time. 5) The Footprint and the Trilobite.
Tahoe National Forest P.O. Box Nevada City, CA ABSTRACT This paper evaluates the results of a number of recent archaeological investigations conducted in the northern Sierra Nevada region, with particular emphasis on their contributions to our understanding of California-Great Basin interaction in prehistory.
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The Las Conchas Fire in New Mexico’s Santa Fe National Forest burned more than 2, historical sites, said Jennifer Dyer, the fire archaeologist there at the time.
The Lassen National Forest will contribute time to assist with the collection of vegetation data, project coordination, and consultation with local tribes, as well as NEPA documentation time and development.
In addition, long-term plot monitoring (Weixelman), aspen monitoring, as well as permit administration activities are also contributed funds. The only dinosaur ever to be discovered in southern California, and of the few dinosaurs to be discovered in the entire state, Aletopelta was a foot-long, two-ton ankylosaur, and thus a close relative of the much later and better-known many prehistoric animals, Aletopelta was discovered completely by accident; a road crew was doing construction work near Carlsbad, and the.
Seeking to preserve prehistoric artifacts, the Forest Service wants public feedback on a plan that could close or reroute a number of roads and trails on a small portion of the Tahoe National Forest between the Prosser Lakeview Estates subdivision and Prosser Reservoir.Lassen National Forest.
National Forest where I re-oranized the Forest Artifact Collections. Resource Management in the Western U.S. Researched local native California Cultures relating to Title: MA; Archaeologist with the .The Lassen National Forest - Eagle Lake Ranger District (ELRD) held a Passport In Time (PIT) project where volunteers from all over the country came to help record petroglyphs.
This two week effort involved two separate groups of ten volunteers. Funding for the project was obtained by Forest .