Miscellaneous Publications
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California Department of Parks and Recreation Archaeological Reports
National Park Service
National Park Service / Woodward-Clyde Consultants
California Journal of Mines and Geology

California Department of Parks and Recreation
Archaeological Reports

Publications in this series are facsimile reprints unless otherwise noted.

1. Archaeological Investigations at Sutter's Fort State Historical Monument, by W.H. Olsen (1961).

2. Archaeological Investigations at Whale Rock Reservoir, Cayucos, California [CA-SLO-156--CA-SLO-160], by F.M. Reinman (1961).

3. Excavations at Sutter's Fort, 1960, by L.A. Payen (1961).

4. Archaeological Excavations at Chilcoot Rockshelter [CA-PLU-44], Plumas County, California, by L.A. Payen, & D.S. Boyolan (1961).

5. Archaeological Explorations in the Southern Section of Anza-Borego Desert State Park by W.J. Wallace (1962).

6. Salvage of the Rio Oso Site [CA-YUB-14], Yuba County, California, by W.H. Olsen & F.A. Riddell (1962).

7. The Archaeology of the Western Pacific Railroad Relocation; Oroville Project, Butte County, California by W.H. Olsen & F.A. Riddell (1963).

8. "Tco'se": An Archaeological Study of the Bedrock Mortar--Petroglyph at AMA-14, near Volcano, California, by L.A. Payen & D.S. Boyolan (1963).

9. Arroyo Sequit: Archaeological Investigations in Leo Carrillo Beach State Park, Los Angeles County, California, by Freddie Curtis (1963).

10. Archaeology of the Oroville Dam Spillway [CA-BUT-99, CA-BUT-100, CA-BUT-101], by D.P. Jewell (1964). A House Floor in Napa County, California [CA-NAP-234], by E. Robinson (1964).

11. Archeology of the Little Panoche Reservoir, Fresno County, California, by W.H. Olsen & L.A. Payen (1968).

12. Archeology of the Grayson Site [CA-MER-S94], Merced County, California,by W.H. Olsen & L.A. Payen (1969).

13. Archeology of the Menjoulet Site [CA-MER-3], Merced County, California, by W.E. Pritchard (1970). (Original edition, while supplies last).

14. Perris Reservoir Archaeology: Late Prehistoric Demographic Change in Southeastern California, by J.F. O'Connell, P.J. Wilke, T.F. King & C.L. Mix, eds. (1974).

17. The Archeology of Ven-100, by G.J. West (1979). (Original edition, while supplies last).

18. Archeology of the Jonson Site (CA-Sac-65), Sacramento County, California, by P.D. Schulz, D.M. Ables & E.W. Ritter (1979).

19. Papers on Old Sacramento Archaeology, P.D. Schulz & B.J. Rivers, eds (1980). Schulz, Hastings & Felton: A Survey of Historical Archaeology in Sacramento. Farris: Coins and Tokens of Old Sacramento. Armstrong & Schulz: Pontil Scars and Snap Cases as Dating Tools for Nineteenth-Century Glass: New Light from Old Sacramento. Motz & Schulz: European "Trade" Beads from Old Sacramento.

20. The Bottles of Old Sacramento: A Study of Nineteenth-Century Glass and Ceramic Retail Containers, Pt. 1, by P.D. Schulz, B.J. Rivers, M.M. Hales, C.A. Litzinger & E.A. McKee (1980).

21. Papers on Merced County Prehistory (1983). Olsen & Payen: Excavations at CA-MER-130: A Late Prehistoric Site in Pacheco Pass. Pritchard: Archaeological Testing of Three Kahwatchwah Yokuts Dwelling Structures at the San Luis Forebay Site (CA-MER-119), Merced County, California. Follett: Fish Scales from the Los Banos Site (CA-MER-14), Merced County, California. (Original edition, while supplies last).

22. Ceramic Marks from Old Sacramento, by M. Praetzellis, B. Rivers & J.K. Schulz (1983).

23. The Diaz Collection: Material Culture and Social Change in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Monterey, by D.L. Felton & P.D. Schulz (1983).

24. The Chinese Laundry on Second Street: Papers on Archaeology at the Woodland Opera House Site (1984). Felton, Lortie & Schulz: The Chinese Laundry on Second Street: Papers on Archaeology at the Woodland Opera House Site. Prazniak: The Chinese in Woodland. Pope: Textiles Recovered from the Woodland Opera House Site. Farris: Chinese and Annamese Coins found at the Woodland Opera House Site. Honeysett & Schulz: Nineteenth-Century Seeds from Woodland, California. Schulz: Nineteenth-Century Fish Remains from Woodland, California. Simons: Avifaunal Remains at the Woodland Opera House Site. Gust: Mammalian Faunal Remains at the Woodland Opera House Site. (Original edition, while supplies last).

25. The Archeology of Mitchell Caverns, by Diana G. Pinto (1989). Appendix: Suzanne Griset: Pottery Collections from Mitchell Caverns and Surrounding Areas. (Original edition, while supplies last).

National Park Service

Publications in the following series are facsimile reprints

Western Archaeological and Conservation Center Publications in Anthropology

8. An Archeological Overview of Redwood National Park, by M.J. Moratto (1978).

13. One Hundred Years of History in the California Desert: An Overview of Historical Resources at Joshua Tree National Monument, by P. Parker (1980).

21. Excavations at the Oasis of Mara: Archeological Investigations at Joshua Tree National Monument, by M.D. Tagg (with contributions by S. Olsen, J. Riddle & O. Davis) (1983).

49. An Archaeological Overview of Great Basin National Park [White Pine County, Nevada], by K. Deal (1988).

Western Archaeological Center, Miscellaneous Publications

Field Division of Education, Berkeley

National Park Service /
Woodward-Clyde Consultants

A Work Plan for the Development of Archeological Overviews and Management Plans for Selected U.S. Department of the Army DARCOM Facilities, Final Report, March 7, 1983. Written by Ruthann Knudson, David J. Fee, and Steven E. James, Woodward-Clyde Consultants, for the National Park Service. Facsimile reprint.

Abstract: Prior to initiation of a major system-wide archeological resource overview and management project for the U.S. Army Materiel Development and Readiness Command (DARCOM), a Work Plan has been developed to provide detailed guidance for the multi-contractor project. This Work Plan includes a table of contents for the overviews and plans, and discusses the substance of the various report sections. The project is directed toward providing DARCOM with concise, operational resource evaluations and management recommendations appropriate to state and regional preservation planning, which take into consideration both scientific and sociocultural values inherent in the archeological materials. The Work Plan guidance emphasizes the tabular presentation of descriptive terminology are provided for the tabular summarization of facility (1) environmental and cultural history; (2) known ground-disturbing land use patterns; (3) known and potential archeological sites, with a resource description by components; and (4) known artifact, ecofact, and documentary collections; (5) the summarization of the resource base; and (6) future management recommendations. Standards for the development of archeological resource types, landform categories, and recommended scopes of work and cost estimates are also provided. A research records management system is outlined. The Work Plan guidance is meant to be appropriate to plan use by researchers, the concerned public, and DARCOM decision makers.

California Division of Mines,
California Journal of Mines and Geology

Vol. 40, No. 3 (1944). Mines and Quarries of the Indians of California, by Robert F. Heizer and Adan E. Treganza.

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