AuthorLongacre, William A.
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DescriptionThe Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona is a peer-reviewed monograph series sponsored by the School of Anthropology. Established in 1959, the series publishes archaeological and ethnographic papers that use contemporary method and theory to investigate problems of anthropological importance in the southwestern United States, Mexico, and related areas.
Table of ContentsAbout the Authors / Preface - William A. Longacre, Sally J. Holbrook, and Michael W. Graves / Multidisciplinary Studies at Grasshopper Pueblo - William A. Longacre and Michael W. Graves / Modern Environment Of The Grasshopper Region - Sally J. Holbrook and Michael W. Graves / Pueblo Growth At Grasshopper: Methods and Models - J. Jefferson Reid and Izumi Shimada / A Set-Theory Approach To Sampling Pueblo: The Implications Of Room-Set Additions At Grasshopper Pueblo - David R. Wilcox / Archaeological Sediments: Discourse, Experiment, and Application - Stephanie M. Whittlesey, Eric Arnould, and William Reynolds / Biosocial Interpretations From Cranial Nonmetric Traits Of Grasshopper Pueblo Skeletal Remains - Walter H. Birkby / Geology and Lithic Resources Of The Grasshopper Region - Larry D. Agenbroad / Dendrochronology Of Grasshopper Pueblo - Jeffrey S. Dean and William J. Robinson / Water Resources and Aquatic Fauna At Grasshopper Pueblo - Stanley J. Olsen / Prehistoric Environmental Reconstruction By Vertebrate Faunal Analysis, Grasshopper Pueblo - John W. Olsen / Prehistoric Environmental Reconstruction By Mammalian Microfaunal Analysis, Grasshopper Pueblo - Sally J. Holbrook / Avifauna From Grasshopper Pueblo - Charmion R. McKusick / Plant Remains From Rooms At Grasshopper Pueblo - Vorsila L. Bohrer / Two Pollen Profiles From Grasshopper Pueblo - Gerald K. Kelso / Aggregation and Abandonment At Grasshopper Pueblo: Evolutionary Trends In The Late Pre-History of East-Central Arizona - Michael W. Graves, Sally J. Holbrook, And William J. Longacre / References / Index