Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol. 4, No. 1.

1982. Original edition. Softcover. Near fine condition; previous owner's name on cover. Contents: Articles: Basgall: Archaeology and Linguistics: Pomoan Prehistory as Viewed from Northern Sonoma County, California. Raymond: Two Historic Aboriginal Game-Drive Enclosures in the Eastern Great Basin. True & Waugh: Proposed Settlement Shifts during San Luis Rey Times: Northern San Diego County, California. Bates: Dressing the Part: A Brief Look at the Development of Stereotypical Indian Clothing Among Native Peoples of the Far West. White, Jones, Roscoe & Weigel: Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Concave Base Projectile Points from the North Coast Ranges, California. Tuohy: Another Great Basin Atlatl with Dart Foreshafts and Other Artifacts: Implications and Ramifications. Reports: Lee: A Bronze Sword Grip from Chumash Territory. Hudson: Costanoan Astronomy from the Notes of John P. Harrington. Plew & Pavesic: A Compendium of Radiocarbon Dates for Southern Idaho Archaeological Sites. Origer & Wickstrom: The Use of Hydration Measurements to Date Obsidian Materials from Sonoma County, California. Johnson: The Trail to Fernando. McCrossin: Paleoecological Inferences from a Faunal Analysis of CA-SFR-7. Weaver: The 1776 Route of Father Francis Garces into the San Bernardino Valley, California: A Reevaluation of the Evidence and its Implications. Sutton: Kawaiisu Mythology and Rock Art: One Example. Item #5208

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