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CARD 19 Cowboy Ecologist: Essays in Honor of Robert L. Bettinger
Edited by: Roshanne S. Bakhtiary, Terry L. Jones, Michael G. Delacorte
This volume includes 17 papers produced in honor of Dr. Robert L. Bettinger who, over the course of his career, contributed to western North American anthropology and archaeology. Following a forward that describes Dr. Bettinger's accomplishments as a teacher, scholar, and mentor, are contributions from colleagues and former students that address topics and geographic areas emphasized by Bettinger in his research and teaching. These include contributions to: (1) general theory focused on issues of human evolution and climate; (2) ethnography and prehistory of the Great Basin; and (3) human ecology in prehistoric California.
CARD 20 Protohistoric Village Organization and Territorial Maintenance: The Archaeology of Síi Túupentak (ALA-565/H) in the San Francisco Bay Area
By: Brian F. Byrd, Laurel Engbring, Michael Darcangelo, and Allika Ruby
Monograph presents archaeological investigations of Síi Túupentak, a Native American village in the San Francisco Bay area, U.S.A. This collaborative study by archaeologists and the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe descendant community documents the lifeways of the inhabitants for four centuries prior to forced relocation in 1805 due to Spanish colonization.