ReSource, Volume 2, Number 1, [1985]

ReSource, Volume 2, Number 1, [1985]

Date: [1985]
Creator: North Texas State University
Description: ReSource magazine includes articles and notes about research at North Texas State University in various academic fields.
Contributing Partner: University Relations, Communications & Marketing department for UNT
ReSource, Volume 12, 2000

ReSource, Volume 12, 2000

Date: 2000
Creator: University of North Texas
Description: ReSource magazine includes articles and notes about research at University of North Texas in various academic fields.
Contributing Partner: University Relations, Communications & Marketing department for UNT
French-Indian Interaction at an 18th Century Frontier Post: The Roseborough Lake Site, Bowie County, Texas

French-Indian Interaction at an 18th Century Frontier Post: The Roseborough Lake Site, Bowie County, Texas

Date: May 1986
Creator: Gilmore, Kathleen
Description: This report discusses archaeological findings at the Roseborough Lake Site 14 miles west of Texarkana. The research is oriented towards forming a concept of village life for the indigenous people of the area (and the French settlers who intermarried), as well as a model of the village itself.
Contributing Partner: UNT Institute of Applied Sciences
ReSource, Volume 7, Number 1, Fall 1990

ReSource, Volume 7, Number 1, Fall 1990

Date: 1990
Creator: University of North Texas
Description: ReSource magazine includes articles and notes about research at University of North Texas in various academic fields.
Contributing Partner: University Relations, Communications & Marketing department for UNT
Excavations at the Quince Site (34AT134) Atoka County, Oklahoma

Excavations at the Quince Site (34AT134) Atoka County, Oklahoma

Date: 1994
Creator: Perttula, Timothy K.
Description: This volume presents findings from an excavation at the Quince Site of McGee Creek Reservoir project area. Excavations at the Quince Site disclosed deep alluvial deposits with several occupations throughout the Holocene Period. The site contains a well-preserved culturally stratified deposit dating from Paleoindian to Woodland Indian periods.
Contributing Partner: UNT Institute of Applied Sciences
Archeological Testing at Fort St. Leon, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Archeological Testing at Fort St. Leon, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Date: May 1983
Creator: Gilmore, Kathleen & Noble, Vergil
Description: This report describes archaeological testing at a site known as Fort St. Leon in Louisiana. Studies were made of levee building, geomorphology, and comparison of archival maps and aerial photographs, which contribute to the understanding of human activity as well as geological processes at the site.
Contributing Partner: UNT Institute of Applied Sciences
Archaeological Testing of the Lewisville Lake Shoreline, Denton County, Texas

Archaeological Testing of the Lewisville Lake Shoreline, Denton County, Texas

Date: 1991
Creator: Brown, Kenneth L. (Kenneth Lynn), 1951- & Lebo, Susan A.
Description: This report describes the results of test excavations at 23 prehistoric and 16 historic sites on the periphery of Lewisville Lake, Denton County, Texas. The purpose of this report is to summarize the character and significance of the archaeological sites that were test excavated and recommendations for mitigation at those sites determined eligible for the National Register.
Contributing Partner: UNT Institute of Applied Sciences
Archaeological Investigations at Four Sites Along Potapo Creek, McGee Creek Reservoir, Atoka County, Oklahoma

Archaeological Investigations at Four Sites Along Potapo Creek, McGee Creek Reservoir, Atoka County, Oklahoma

Date: 1994
Creator: Ferring, C. Reid
Description: This volume contains the results of excavations and analyses of Prehistoric archaeological data from four sites located along Potapo Creek in the northwestern part of the McGee Creek project area in southeastern Oklahoma. Some excavations yielded archaeological records of Early Caddoan occupation. Other excavations in the project yielded few artifacts, but important geological and environmental information.
Contributing Partner: UNT Institute of Applied Sciences
Interpreting Prehistoric Patterns: Site Catchment Analysis in the Upper Trinity River Basin of North Central Texas

Interpreting Prehistoric Patterns: Site Catchment Analysis in the Upper Trinity River Basin of North Central Texas

Date: December 2004
Creator: Williams, Marikka Lin
Description: Archaeologically site catchment analysis produces valuable information regarding prehistoric subsistence strategies and social organization. Incorporating archaeological data into catchment analyses is an effective strategy to develop regional models of prehistoric site selection and settlement patterns. Digital access to data permits the incorporation of multiple layers of information into the process of synthesizing regional archaeology and interpreting corresponding spatial patterning. GIS software provides a means to integrate digital environmental and archaeological data into an effective tool. Resultant environmental archaeology maps facilitate interpretive analysis. To fulfill the objectives of this thesis, GIS software is employed to construct site catchment areas for archaeological sites and to implement multivariate statistical analyses of physical and biological attributes of catchments in correlation with assemblage data from sites. Guided by ecological, anthropological and geographical theories hypotheses testing evaluates patterns of prehistoric socio-economic behavior. Analytical results are summarized in a model of prehistoric settlement patterns in North Central Texas.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Differential use of space: An analysis of the Aubrey Clovis site.

Differential use of space: An analysis of the Aubrey Clovis site.

Date: August 2005
Creator: Witt, Benjamin A.
Description: The Aubrey Clovis site is one of the oldest late-Pleistocene sites in North America, dated to ~11,550 B.P., and contains two camps with a range of lithic debitage, numerous hearths, and excellent faunal preservation. Couched in rules of classification, a series of artifact distributions are analyzed with qualitative and quantitative techniques, including maps produced in a geographic information system (GIS) and tests of artifact associations using correlation statistics. Theoretical and methodological protocols are promoted to improve spatial analysis in archaeology. The results support the short-term occupation interpretation and expose the differential patterning among bone, stone, and raw materials distributions. The spatial structure and diverse content of the site challenge models of Clovis-age people as strictly big game hunters.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
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