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  • Figure 3. Terrace Surfaces in Wells Reservoir Area (Adapted from Chatters 1986: 46-47). Rorabaugh, Adam N. 2020 A Critical Reassessment of the Chronology of the Wells Dam Project Area: 9,000 Years of Continuity on the Upper-Middle Columbia River. In Of Housepits and Homes: Of Housepits and Homes: 21st Century Perspectives on Houses and Settlements in the Columbia-Fraser Plateau Past. Edited by Molly Carney, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen, pp. Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir 20, Richland, WA.
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  • Teacher instructions and overview for the K-3 lesson. This document outlines the lesson and walks teachers through the steps, learning objectives, and materials needed. This is designed to pair with other educational lessons developed as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities two-year grant (2018-2019) entitled “From Library to Laboratory: Developing Tools to Enhance the Use of Digital Archaeological and Other Humanities Collections.”
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  • Figure 1. Map of the greater North American Northwest, with the Columbia-Plateau region shaded in grey. Numbers correspond with chapters and indicate approximate locations of case studies within the volume. 3. Gingko State Park Project, WA; Johnson, Lubinski, and Hackenberger 4. Lower John Day River, OR; Endzweig 5. Central Columbia Plateau, BC, ID, OR, & WA; Carney 6. Upper and Middle Columbia River, WA; Brown and Hackenberger 7. Wells Dam Reservoir, WA; Rorabaugh 8. Clearwater River, ID; Sappington 9. Kwoiek Creek, BC; Lyons et al. 10. Bridge River, BC; Hampton and Prentiss 11. Cougar Overlook, Hells Canyon, ID; Reid and Kvamme. Carney, Molly, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen 2020 House, Homes, and Dwellings of the Columbia Fraser Plateau: An Introduction. In Of Housepits and Homes: Of Housepits and Homes: 21st Century Perspectives on Houses and Settlements in the Columbia-Fraser Plateau Past. Edited by Molly Carney, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen, pp. Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir 20, Richland, WA.
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  • Supplemental reading for the grades 4-12 lesson. This document provides a broad history of the Mimbres region and archaeology needed to understand the lesson. This is designed to pair with other educational lessons developed as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities two-year grant (2018-2019) entitled “From Library to Laboratory: Developing Tools to Enhance the Use of Digital Archaeological and Other Humanities Collections.”
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  • Student worksheet and instructions for the K-3 lesson. This worksheet is the main document students need to complete the lesson. It included images for analysis and prompt questions. This is designed to pair with other educational lessons developed as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities two-year grant (2018-2019) entitled “From Library to Laboratory: Developing Tools to Enhance the Use of Digital Archaeological and Other Humanities Collections.”
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  • The New Mexico Bureau of Land Management Roswell Field Office contracted PaleoWest Archaeology to conduct a cultural resources inventory of an archaeologically relevant portion of Fort Stanton Cave in Lincoln County, New Mexico. Thirty previously identified loci containing historic carvings, inscriptions, and other cave surface modifications were documented. Evidence of prehistoric use, historic materials, a new inscription panel, and a masonry wall/entry were also recorded. A cursory analysis indicates that the frequency of distinguishable surface modifications on cave walls increased from the middle of the nineteenth century until the second decade of the twentieth century, when dated cave surface modifications decline. LA195070, Fort Stanton Cave, is historically important to the local region, the state of New Mexico, and our nation. The site is recommended eligible for the National Register Historic Places under Criteria A, B, and D.
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  • Student workbook for grades 4-12 lesson. This document outlines the lesson and walks students through the steps of a simple attribute analysis and coding of prehistoric pots. There are three workbooks each containing data from one site. All three are designed to be used in tandem for this lesson. This is designed to pair with other educational lessons developed as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities two-year grant (2018-2019) entitled “From Library to Laboratory: Developing Tools to Enhance the Use of Digital Archaeological and Other Humanities Collections.”
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  • Test for screenshots
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  • Three archaeological sites, all located along the MDT Project, Sites 24SH1236 and 24SH1237 are situated next to one another in the southwest portion of the study area, which is situated in Sheridan County in northeastern Montana. Site 24SH1248 is located to the northeast of these two sites. Each of the sites contained one or more stone rings. Sediment samples were collected from stone rings at each site for the purpose of radiocarbon dating and macrofloral analysis to select charred remains for dating and to better understand activities inside these rings.
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  • Figure 9. Previously Recorded Habitation Features on Cassimer Bar and Terraces on Pre-inundation 1954 Historic Aerial. Rorabaugh, Adam N. 2020 A Critical Reassessment of the Chronology of the Wells Dam Project Area: 9,000 Years of Continuity on the Upper-Middle Columbia River. In Of Housepits and Homes: Of Housepits and Homes: 21st Century Perspectives on Houses and Settlements in the Columbia-Fraser Plateau Past. Edited by Molly Carney, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen, pp. Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir 20, Richland, WA.
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