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INDIANS, PREHISTORIC - FOOD

Turkeys in Southwestern archaeology

Author: 
E. K. Reed
Article Date: 
July 1951
Language: 
English
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The cultivated beans of the prehistoric Southwest

Author: 
L. Kaplan
Article Date: 
May 1956
Language: 
English
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Prehistoric pueblo foods

Author: 
K. Bartlett
Article Date: 
October 1931
Language: 
English
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Plants from Arizona J:6:1

Author: 
H. C. Cutler and L. W. Blake
Article Date: 
Summer 1970
Article Abstract: 
Food plants found in a burial on the Hopi Reservation
Language: 
English
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Life from the earth

Author: 
M. Beckwith
Article Date: 
January 1959
Language: 
English
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Isotopic reconstruction of Mesa Verde diet from Basketmaker III to Pueblo III

Author: 
K. Decker & L. Tiezsen
Article Date: 
1989
Article Abstract: 
Isotopic analysis of bone marrow...provides evidence for the importance of maize...indicating that maize was an important and constant contributor to diet...from 70 to 80 percent of the diet... Tabular data. Charts. Bibliography
Language: 
English
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Carbonized plant remains from two Hohokam sites, Arizona BB:13:41 and Arizona BB:13:50

Author: 
V. L. Bohere, H. C. Cutler and J. D. Sauer
Article Date: 
October 1969
Language: 
English
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AZ AA:5:2: A prehistoric cactus camp in Papgueria

Author: 
L. M. Raab
Article Date: 
October 1973
Language: 
English
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Aztec bean

Author: 
C. Simpson
Article Date: 
September 5, 1975
Article Abstract: 
Sharlot Hall and other Yavapai County investigators found beans in prehistoric ruins
Language: 
English
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Ancient bread of Arizona

Author: 
J. W. Fewkes
Article Date: 
March 1924
Article Abstract: 
Reprinted from Baking Technology
Language: 
English
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