Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol. 8, No. 2.

1986. Coyote Press facsimile reprint. Softcover. Contents: EditorsÕ Message. Colleagues Remembered. Articles: Couture, Ricks & Housley: Foraging Behavior of a Contemporary Northern Great Basin Population. Weaver & Basgall: Aboriginal Exploitation of Pandora Moth Larvae in East-Central California. Forsyth: Post-Formative Ceramics in the Eastern Great Basin: A Reappraisal of the Promontory Problem. Simms: New Evidence for Fremont Adaptive Diversity. Stewart: Peyotism in California. Bretting & Nabhan: Ethnobotany of DevilÕs Claw (Proboscidea parviflora ssp. parviflora: Martyniacaea) in the Greater Southwest. Aschmann: Learning About Baja California Indians: Sources and Problems. Parkman: Cupule Petroglyphs in the Diablo Range, California. Reports: Tuohy: A Maidu Coiled Basket from the North Fork of the Willamette River, Oregon. Bend’mez, Laylander & Leon: Macahui: The Unmaking of an Enigma. True & Waugh: To-vah: A Luiseno Power Cave. Jackson: Patterns of Demographic Change in the Missions of Southern Baja California. Item #895

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