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UUAP 011: Proceedings of the Sixth Plains Archeological Conference 1948

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Copyright: 1950
Trim: 7.5 x 10
Pages: 179

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978-1-60781-041-4
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UUAP 011: Proceedings of the Sixth Plains Archeological Conference 1948

University of Utah Anthropolgical Paper 11

Jesse D. Jennings

University of Utah Anthropological Papers

Jesse D. Jennings

Anthropology / Archaeology

This publication was derived from the proceedings of the Sixth Plains Archeological Conference held in 1948 at Lincoln, Nebraska. Papers focused on the problems of early man and the geological, paleontological, and climatological factors.

The Anthropological Papers series is published on-demand on the Espresso Book Machine at the J. Willard Marriott Library of the University of Utah. No returns will be accepted.


Table of Contents:

FOREWORD

PROGRESS REPORTS: NOMENCLATURE AND TERMINOLOGY
Missouri River Basin Survey 1948 Season, Waldo R. Wadel
Sheyenne River, Gordon W. Hewes
Survey in Eastern Colorado – University of Denver, Arnold Withers
Northern Mississippi Valley, Lloyd A. Wilford
Nomenclature and Terminology Report of Committee on Artifact Terminology, Albert C. Spaulding
Report of Progress on Bone and Shell Artifact Nomenclature, Carl H. Chapman
Discussions on Spaulding's Paper
The Need for Changes in Terminology Used in Studies of Early Stone Industries, H. M. Wormington
Discussions Following Wormington's Paper

CLIMATE CHANGE DURING POST GLACIAL TIMES
Statements of Problems, A. D. Krieger
Some Problems in Pleistocene Climate, Richard J. Russell
Conditions of Deposition and Erosion by Streams in Dry Regions of the Great Plains, Ernst Antevs
Postglacial Climatic History of the Great Plains and Dating the Records of Man, Ernst Antevs
Discussion Following Antevs' Talk
Erosion and Sedimentation in the Great Plains: A Criticism of Dr. Antevs' Conference Papers, Benjamin H. Burma
Reply to Dr. Benjamin H. Burma, Ernst Antevs
The Pleistocene Terraces of the Central Great Plains, G. C. Lueninghoer, C. B. Schultz, and W. D. Frankforter
A Re-examination of the Terrace Concept, A. L. Lugn
Discussion Following Lugn's Talk
Wind Erosion, Loess Deposits and Ground Water, E. C. Reed
Forest Sequence and Climatic Changes in Northeastern North America Since Early Wisconsin Times, Paul B. Sears
Discussion Following Sear's Talk
The Pleistocene Mammals of the Great Plains and Their Bearing on the Problems of Human Antiquity, C. B. Schultz, W. D. Frankforter, and Loren Toohey
The Correlation of Pleistocene Deposits and Mammals Between North America and Europe, Thompson M. Stout
Soil Studies and Their Implications for Archeology, James Thorp
The Possibilities of Dating Archaeological Remains by Measuring Their Radioactivity, Kenneth G. Orr

CLIMATE, ENVIRONMENT, AND CULTURE DURING POST GLACIAL TIMES
Climate and Culture: Some Questions, W. R. Wedel
Archeology and Climatic Implications in the Central Plains, Marvin F. Kivett
Dendrochronology and Its Climatic Implications in the Central Plains, harry E. Weakly
Dendrochronology, Climate, and Prehistory on the Upper Missouri, G. F. Will
Climate and Archaeology in Kansas, Carlyle S. Smith
Archeology and Environment in the Western Great Plains, Jack Hughes
The Allen Site (FT-50); Archeological Evidence of an Early Hunter's Camp on Medicine Creek, Frontier County, Nebraska, Preston Holder and Joyce Wike
Early and Late Lithic Horizons in the Plains, Wesley L. Bliss
A Suggested General Sequence in North American Projectile Points, Alex Krieger

SUMMARIZATION – ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION

BIBLIOGRAPHY

APPENDIX

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