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By David Madsen, David Rhode

David Madsen is the previous division Chair of Drafting expertise and an teacher at Clackamas neighborhood collage, a certified AutoCAD. education middle in Oregon urban, Oregon. he's additionally a former member of the Board of administrators of the yankee layout Drafting organization.

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Projectile points, ceramics, and Euramerican trade goods) are temporal and not necessarily ethnic markers. " Likewise, assigning traits as not characteristic of Numic groups (Heizer and Krieger 1956:87), such as certain types of basketry, L-shaped scapula awls, cottonwood bowls, horn sickles, pueblo an architecture or other types of dwellings (Cowan and Clewlow 1968; Aikens et al. 1977; Willig 1982), has all the pitfalls of assigning ethnicity to "Numic" artifacts. Yet such assignments are essential if archaeologists are to attempt to reconstruct the prehistory of linguistic entities.

Reed 188 23. Betwixt and Between the Basin and the Plains: The Limits of Numic Expansion Mary Lou Larson and Marcel Kornfeld 200 Part IV. Summary 24. Where Are We? David Rhode and David B. 2 General location of the NUA protolanguage groups in the Mojave Desert ca. P. 3 General location of Numic and Takic groups in the Mojave Desert ca. P. 4 Divergence and hypothesized movement of Numic languages across the Mojave Desert after ca. P. 1 Comparison of ''village'' radiocarbon dates between Mt. D. 2 Shoshone sites, associated artifacts, and radiocarbon dates 207 Page 1 PART I BACKGROUND Page 3 Introduction David B.

Madsen 1975; Mulloy 1958; Opler 1939; Pippin 1986; H. Riddell 1951; Schellbach 1930; A. Smith 1974; Steward 1933c, 1941; Tuohy 1973; G. Wright 1978; but cf. , Sweeney and Euler 1963). , glass beads), attesting to their association with occupations dating to the ethnographic period. , projectile points, ceramics, and Euramerican trade goods) are temporal and not necessarily ethnic markers. " Likewise, assigning traits as not characteristic of Numic groups (Heizer and Krieger 1956:87), such as certain types of basketry, L-shaped scapula awls, cottonwood bowls, horn sickles, pueblo an architecture or other types of dwellings (Cowan and Clewlow 1968; Aikens et al.

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