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Masters ThesisCulturally Modified Bone vs. Culturally Unmodified Bone; C̓íc̓a C̓íti Ho-Wéla T̓ól of the Mishewal-Wappo and the Yocha Dehe Wintun NationMora, Roberto E."Purpose of the Study: This thesis aims to identify, interpret, and analyze culturally unmodified bones, and to advocate for new approaches to faunal remains analysis in archaeology and related fields. Culturally unmodified modified bones, I argue, ar . . .
Masters ThesisAn Archaeological Study of Culture Contact, Colonialism, and Colonial Landscapes in the Cache Creek Watershed: A Case Study of the Bear Creek UnitPoska, RyanPurpose of Study: The purpose of this study was to determine if there were archaeological traces of the colonial past embedded in the landscape at the Bureau of Land Management’s Bear Creek Unit (Bear Creek Ranch). By studying the archaeological trace . . .