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    Lithic Data Bases in New England and Beyond
      US - Northeast
    By Barbara E. Luedtke . Lithic sources have been a topic of archaeological interest in New England for over 100 years, but at this point we have not drawn together information about quarries, material characteristics, and geochemistry into a coherent data base. Furthermore, regional archaeologists have just begun to discuss a host of issues such as the structure of a regional data base, the level of detail that should be included, "quality control" for data to be entered, and how to provide access to the data base.
    Southwestern Archaeology - Ethnobotany and Paleoethnobotany
      US - Southwest
    By Michael A. Pfeiffer - This bibliography is intended only as a general overview of ethnobotany and paleoethnobotany. The primary thrust is food. Also included are references on domesticated and wild foodstuffs, dendrochronology, pollen analysis, medicine, culturally scarred trees (an important site category in western North America), tobacco, and mescalism & peyotism. In order to prevent this bibliography from becoming a compendium of all archaeological knowledge of anything organic, certain artifact classes were omitted. These include weapons, netting, matting, wooden figurines, structures, water craft, basketry, and textiles. The references on maize or corn were only sampled (believe it or not) due to the voluminous nature of the available literature.

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