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Contributions to Tulare Lake archaeology I

Contributions to Tulare Lake archaeology I

background to a study of Tulare Lake"s archaeological past

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Published by Tulare Lake Archaeological Research Group in Redondo Beach, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tulare Lake Region (Calif.),
  • California,
  • Tulare Lake Region,
  • Tulare Lake Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- California -- Tulare Lake Region -- Antiquities.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- California -- Tulare Lake Region.,
    • Tulare Lake Region (Calif.) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Other titlesBackground to a study of Tulare Lake"s archaeological past
      StatementWilliam J. Wallace and Francis A. Riddell, editors.
      ContributionsWallace, William James., Riddell, Francis A., Tulare Lake Archaeological Research Group.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF868.S173 C66 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 70 p. :
      Number of Pages70
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1777473M
      LC Control Number92133129

      Ken documented many of his Charmstones in Contributions to Tulare Lake Archaeology II (). The Seals Collection includes rare Flint Crescents, Obsidian . Significant Tulare Lake archaeological sites include the Witt site in southern Kings County (near Dudley Ridge) and the Creighton Ranch site in western Tulare County. Fossilized human bone from the Witt site has been radiometrically dated as be to 15, years old. The bones of Pleistocene mammals from that site are similarly dated.

      Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, Vol Number 4 Archaeological Investigations at the Manifold Site (CA-KER), Buena Vista Lake, Southern San Joaquin Valley, California Mark Q. Sutton, Jill K. Gardner, Kenneth W. Gobalet, and Nancy Valente Abstract Between and field classes from California State Univer-. Tulare County was established in , and named after the now-dry Tulare Lake, which at the time was the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi; the site of the former lake today lies in neighboring Kings County, which was created in from the western portion of Tulare County.

      Contributions to Tulare Lake Archaeology, Salinas: Coyote Press, pp. 93 – Google Scholar Moss, M, Erlandson, J () Waterfowl and lunate crescents in Western North America: The archaeology of the Pacific Flyway.   Analysis of Faunal Remains Recovered From CA-TUL, The Creighton Ranch Nature Preserve Site, Tulare County, California," in Contributions to Tulare Lake Archaeology III: Archaeological Investigations at CA-TUL, The Creighton Ranch Site, Tulare County, California, The Tulare Lake Archaeological Research Group, Judith F. Porcasi, ed.


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Contributions to Tulare Lake archaeology I background to a study of Tulare Lake's archaeological past Published by Tulare Lake Archaeological Research Group in Redondo Beach, Calif.

Written in EnglishPages: Get this from a library. Contributions to Tulare Lake archaeology II: finding the evidence: the quest for Tulare Lake's archaeological past.

[William James Wallace; Francis A Riddell; Tulare Lake Archaeological Research Group.;]. Archaeological Investigations At CA-TUL, the Creighton Ranch Site, Tulare County, California (Contributions to Tulare Lake Archaeology, III) [Judith F.

Porcasi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Archaeological Investigations At CA-TUL, the Creighton Ranch Site, Tulare County, California (Contributions to Tulare Lake ArchaeologyManufacturer: Coyote Press. Widestem points are to some degree common at the Witt Site (Ca-Kin) locality of Tulare Lake.

Within the Hopkins collection, there are examples of widestem points that were complete enough to allow classification. These artifacts were. CONTRIBUTIONS TO TULARE LAKE ARCHAEOLOGY IV ICE-AGE STONE TOOLS FROM THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY Jerry N.

Hopkins and Alan P. Garfinkel, Editors Book January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. CONTRIBUTIONS TO TULARE LAKE ARCHAEOLOGY IV ICE-AGE STONE TOOLS FROM THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY Jerry N.

Hopkins and Alan P. Garfinkel, Editors Contributions by. Francis Riddell chronicled the status of the archaeology of the San Joaquin Valley in Central California and suggested that up to 90% of all the archaeological sites have largely been destroyed.

Nevertheless, a huge body of literature exists covering. Books. KEYWORDS: Animal ceremonialism -Bighorn sheep ritual -Native American religion THE GREEN RIVER BIGHORN SHEEP HORNED HEADDRESS, SAN RAFAEL SWELL, UTAH.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO TULARE LAKE ARCHAEOLOGY VII UNIQUE TOOLS AND WIDESTEM POINTS FROM THE TULARE LAKE REGION. By Alan Garfinkel. Download. HORNED HUNTER. THE TULARE LAKE BASIN Michael Sampson Tulare Lake Archaeological Research Group E.

Talmadge Dr. San Diego, CA ABSTRACT Humpies are a distinctive flaked-stone tool class recovered from the surface of restricted localities within the Tulare Lake Basin. Humpies are apparently produced from blades made on high­. CONTRIBUTIONS TO TULARE LAKE ARCHAEOLOGY IV ICE-AGE STONE TOOLS FROM THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY Jerry N.

Hopkins and Alan P. Garfinkel, Editors Book Full-text available. In Septemberduring the course of an archaeological project on the western shore of Tulare Lake in Kings County, California, a human proximal phalanx of the left first digit of an adult of. Analysis of Faunal Remains Recovered From CA-TUL, The Creighton Ranch Nature Preserve Site, Tulare County, California," in Contributions to Tulare Lake Archaeology III: Archaeological Investigations at CA-TUL, The Creighton Ranch Site, Tulare County, California, The Tulare Lake Archaeological Research Group, Judith F.

In Contributions to Tulare Lake Archaeology 1: Background to a Study of Tulare Lake's Archaeological Past, William J Wallace and Francis A. Riddell, eds., pp. Redondo Beach: Tulare Lake. Tulare Lake is located in the San Joaquin Valley of central California, one of the world's foremost agricultural regions, between the Coast Ranges and the Sierra Nevada ().Over the p years Tulare Lake has fluctuated by several tens of meters in response to regional climate change and changes in elevation of the sill formed at the northern end of the lake by alluvial fans from the.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO TULARE LAKE ARCHAEOLOGY IV ICE-AGE STONE TOOLS FROM THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY Jerry N. Hopkins and Alan P. Garfinkel, Editors Contributions by Gerrit L.

Fenenga Alan P. Garfinkel Jerry N. Hopkins Michael F. Rondeau Craig E. Skinner THE TULARE LAKE ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH GROUP   Pollen analysis and nine radiocarbon dates of an cm core from historically drained Tulare Lake, south-central California are reported prior to yr B.P., the vegetation of the southern San Joaquin Valley (central California) resembled that of the contemporary Great Basin, including abundant greasewood (Sarcobatus), which currently does not occur west of the Sierra Nevada.

(2) The next oldest archaeological manifestation at Buena Vista Lake, also represented by sparse remains, is the early milling stone assemblage found in the lower component of Wedel's sites 1 and 2 (Wedel ) and in the middle stratum at CA-KER (Fredrickson and Grossman ).

Tulare County Museum Features the second largest collection of Yokuts artifacts in California, plus artifacts from nineteenth century settlers Location: South Mooney Boulevard in Visalia.5 1/16" Globular Charmstone.

Tulare Co, CA. Double Nipple type. Two of the sides are flat. Artistic, very well made, excellent condition. Polished tan hardstone with banding. Found by Ken Seals. Pictured in Contributions to Tulare Lake Archaeology II, p (, Wallace & Riddell).

Also featured on the cover of this month's (Nov ) Prehistoric Antiquities Quarterly.Ice-Age Stone Tools From the San Joaquin Valley (Contributions to Tulare Lake Archaeology, IV) Jan 1, by Jerry N.

Hopkins, Alan P. Garfinkel.