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  • Author Michael R Beckes
  • Publisher Dept. of Anthropology, University of Montana (1976)
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Preliminary archaeological survey of Custer National Forest, southeastern Montana by Michael R. Beckes, 1976, Dept. Are you sure you want to remove Preliminary archaeological survey of Custer National Forest, southeastern Montana from your list? Preliminary archaeological survey of Custer National Forest, southeastern Montana. by Michael R. Beckes. Published 1976 by Dept. of Anthropology, University of Montana in Missoula. Antiquities, Indians of North America.

Montana State University MSU · Sociology and Anthropology. Data from archaeological surveys may address questions of chronology, site function, spatial distributions, and the relationship of sites to environmental features. Archaeologists use settlement patterns to create and test models of prehistoric land-use practices View. Characterization of Montana cherts by LA-ICP-MS.

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Eastern Montana is a loosely defined region of Montana. Some definitions are more or less inclusive than others, ranging from the most inclusive, which would include the entire part of the state east of the Continental Divide, to the least inclusive, which places the beginning of "eastern" Montana roughly at or even east of Billings, Montana. The areas of Montana lying just east of the Continental Divide are often called Central Montana

University of Montana Contributions to Anthropology Volume 13(1). 2004 Early Paleoindians as Estate Settlers: Archaeological, Ethnographic, and Evolutionary Insights into the Peopling of the New World.

University of Montana Contributions to Anthropology Volume 13(1). 2011 Late Archaic Lithic Technology and Land Use within the Gardiner Basin, Upper Yellowstone River, Montana/Wyoming. Yellowstone Archaeology: Northern Yellowstone. UM Contributions to Anthropology 13(1): 56-71. 2001 Grief and Burial in Prehistory: Reinterpreting Hohokam and Salado Burials via Kin Selection Theory.

Historical Society of Montana. Montana - History Periodicals. C. 1903-1907; by the Montana Historical and Miscellaneous Library, 1910-. Rocky Mountain Publishing Co. Collection. MontanaStateLibrary; americana.

The Custer National Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and Montana Natural Heritage reports . Carbon County, Montana. Chaney, . and Axelrod, D. 1959.

A few were judiciously assigned based on known habitats in other areas of Wyoming and Montana (Dorn 1984, 1992).

USDA Forest Service, Custer National Forest, Billings, Montana Department of Anthropology Contribution No. 190, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks

USDA Forest Service, Custer National Forest, Billings, Montana. Geological Society of America Special Paper 297, Boulder, Colorado. Department of Anthropology Contribution No. 190, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks. Stafford, C. R. 1994 Structural Changes in Archaic Landscape Use in the Dissected Uplands of Southwestern Indiana. American Antiquity 59 : 219–237.

CRM archaeology has produced important contributions to archaeological methodology and has established and . Burley, D. V. (1993). A survey of cultural resource management and managers in North American universities.

CRM archaeology has produced important contributions to archaeological methodology and has established and refined knowledge of regional cultural-historical sequences and settlement and subsistence patterns. The current florescence of historical archaeology is attributable to CRM. Yet the maintenance of high quality in CRM is a pervasive and enduring problem. Paper presented at American Society for Conservation Archaeology Teaching Workshop, April 15, 1993, St. Louis. (1994).