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Feature 5a and b, Oconto Site, Oconto Co., Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7435

12622

Feature 5b, Oconto Site, Oconto Co., Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7436

12623

Feature 7, Oconto Site, Oconto Co., Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7437

12624

Features 7e and 7f, Oconto Site, Oconto Co., Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7438

12625

Feature 10, Outline of grave. Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7439

12626

Feature 10, skeleton. Oconto Site, Oconto Co., Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7440

12627

Feature 15, Oconto Site, Oconto Co. Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7441

12628

Full Record: x-12629/12629

Post molds in Area. 2, Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7442

12629

Full Record: x-1263/1263

Bagged insects, after netting but prior to drying.

Aug. 1992

35mm slide: 19112

1263

Area 2, Feature 1, Burials 1, 2 & 3. Oconto Site Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7443

12630

Full Record: x-12631/12631

Copper bracelet, 2 points. Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7444

12631

Full Record: x-12632/12632

Copper spatula, awl, crescent fragment , Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7445

12632

Full Record: x-12633/12633

Copper awls, fishhooks, spatula, Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7446

12633

Full Record: x-12634/12634

Copper projectile points, Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7447

12634

Full Record: x-12635/12635

Copper crescents, Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7448

12635

Full Record: x-12636/12636

Hematite lumps, feature 5, Oconto Site, Oconto Co., Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7449

12636

Full Record: x-12637/12637

Whistle?, humerus of trumpeter Swan, Feature 5, Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7450

12637

Full Record: x-12638/12638

Antler tips, feature 7e, Oconto Site, Oconto County Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7451

12638

Full Record: x-12639/12639

Chipped stone, Oconto Site, Oconto Co., Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7452

12639

Full Record: x-1264/1264

Close-up of one variety of edible insect, in dried state.

Aug. 1992

35mm slide: 19113

1264

Full Record: x-12640/12640

Copper projectile points, spiral, clasps, snail shell beads, Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7453

12640

Full Record: x-12641/12641

Snail shell beads, Oconto Site, Oconto County, Wisconsin. State Historic Society of Wisoconsin

1956

35mm slide: 7454

12641

Full Record: x-12642/12642

Sandia Cave, Las Huertas Canyon, New Mexico

35mm slide: 7455

12642

Full Record: x-12643/12643

Sandia Cave, Las Huertas Canyon, New Mexico

35mm slide: 7456

12643

Full Record: x-12644/12644

Reigh Site, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Beveled knife of copper.

Dec. 1956

35mm slide: 7457

12644

Full Record: x-12645/12645

Reigh Site. Antler axe handle with old copper spud

Dec. 1956

35mm slide: 7458

12645

Full Record: x-12646/12646

Reigh Site. Antler Arrowpoints with Burial 6

Dec. 1956

35mm slide: 7459

12646

Full Record: x-12647/12647

Reigh Site. Wedges

Dec. 1956

35mm slide: 7460

12647

Full Record: x-12648/12648

Reigh Site. "Ace of Spades" points

Dec. 1956

35mm slide: 7461

12648

Full Record: x-12649/12649

Reigh Site, Wisconsin. Shell beads

Dec. 1956

35mm slide: 7462

12649

Full Record: x-1265/1265

Close-up of a second variety of edible insect, in dried state.

Aug. 1992

35mm slide: 19114

1265

Full Record: x-12650/12650

Copper spud from the Osceola Site, Grant County, Wisconsin.

35mm slide: 7463

12650

Full Record: x-12651/12651

Copper spear head from Osceola Site, Wisconsin.

35mm slide: 7464

12651

Full Record: x-12652/12652

Osceola Site, Wisconsin. Copper awls

35mm slide: 7465

12652

Full Record: x-12653/12653

Osceola Site, Grant County Wisconsin. Chipped stone material

Dec. 1956

35mm slide: 7466

12653

Full Record: x-12654/12654

Reigh Site, Wisconsin. Crescentic knives

1954

35mm slide: 7467

12654

Full Record: x-12655/12655

Reigh Site, Chipped Stone Projectile Points

1954

35mm slide: 7468

12655

Full Record: x-12656/12656

Santa Rosa Island, California. Arlington Cave site 191.9A, radiocarbon date (tentative) 800 years. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History.

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7469

12656

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Red Head Cemetery of Dune Dwellers, site 131-3A, radiocarbon date 7,070 years. This cemetery is in sand dune at depth of ten feet, with four to six feet of midden over the cemetery. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7470

12657

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Red Head Cemetery of Dune Dwellers, site 131.3A, radiocarbon date 7.070 years. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7471

12658

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Red Head Cemetery of Dune Dwellers, site 131.3A, radiocarbon date 7.070 years. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7472

12659

Full Record: x-1266/1266

Collecting grass to make polote (for deposition of insect eggs: ahuatle).

Aug. 1992

35mm slide: 19115

1266

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Cemetery 131.2B at Skull Gulch Village. Three cemeteries known from this village. This is the latest one in which reburial is practiced and perishable objects, (seeds, wood, seagrass) are preserved, radiocarbon date 1,860 years. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7473

12660

Full Record: x-12661/12661

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Survey Point, showing entire Wisconsin sediments caged by Dune Dweller sand dunes. Evidence of man is found from the lowest to the highest point where the jeep is. At the midway point on the cliff is the radiocarbon date of 29,650 years on burned mammoth bone. At the lower 26 feet above water, a date of more than 37,000 years was received. Approximately 12 ft down from the light colored sand, a date of 12,000 years. Fires

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7474

12661

Full Record: x-12662/12662

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Survey Point. Kitchen midden composed of red abalone shell midden H, rufescens, Called a kitchen midden in spite of some disagreement on the use of the word "midden" at the conference. Shells are from eight to twelve feet deep under terrestrial water-laid clay. Radiocarbon date 6,800 years. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7475

12662

Full Record: x-12663/12663

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Survey Point. Close-up of burned area in the mid Pleistocene series. This fire pit has not been dated, but on a basis of general level should date around 20,000 years. So far, this spot has not been excavated. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7476

12663

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Survey Point. Burial of "Red Head" Dune Dweller showing red pigment on skull, which disappears when exposed to light and air. (Suggested vegetal compound) radiocarbon date 7,070 years B.P. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7477

12664

Full Record: x-12665/12665

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Survey Point. Another view of the buried midden dated at 6,900 years, from eight to twelve feet deep under terrestrial water-laid clay. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7478

12665

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Cemetery of Dune Dwellers at Canada Verde. (Black Bottom phase). Material not dated, but believed to be later than the Red Head phase--however, Gypsum Cave type points are found here. Burial habit different than that of Red Heads, in that bodies are not sitting up, and no red paint used. Instead, the body cavity has been filled with black material giving rise to the phase term. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7479

12666

Santa Rosa Island, Calif. Cemetery of Dune Dwellers at Canada Verde. (Black Bottom phase). Material not dated, but believed to be later than the Red Head phase--however, Gypsum Cave type points are found here. Burial habit different than that of Red Heads, in that bodies are not sitting up, and no red paint used. Instead, the body cavity has been filled with black material giving rise to the phase term. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Oct. 1956

35mm slide: 7480

12667