Western Pomo Prehistory: Excavations at Albion Head, Nightbirds' Retreat, and Three Chop Village, Mendocino County, California
Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles, 1990 - History - 229 pages
Excavations at Albion Head, Nightbirds' Retreat, and Three Chop Village, Mendocino County, California documenting the arrival of Pomoan speakers from 3500 BC to AD 1800.
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abundant Albion catchment Albion Head Albion sites Annadel appear artifacts assemblage bifaces black-tailed deer bone Borax Lake California Central Pomo chipping debris Clear Lake Clear Lake Basin Clear Lake obsidian coastal Component cultural deposits edge excavated faunal fragments Franciscan chert Frolic Gunther Series harbor seal house depressions hydration measurements Konocti obsidian leaf-shaped bipoints living surface lower midden mammal Manuports marine Meighan Mendocino County Mendocino County coast microns ago Konocti Mitom Pomo Modified cobbles Monterey chert North Coast Range Northern Pomo obsidian hydration occupation Pieces Weight g Point Arena Pomoan prehistoric probably projectile points ratio Rattlesnake Series Roosevelt elk sample sandstone Scraper planes sea lion sea otter seasonal Series points shell shellfish short-tailed albatross skeletal elements soil sources species specimens Steller's sea lion strata pits stratigraphic zone Stratum Three Chop Village tion Total recovered Unmodified upper midden Western Pomo XXXX XXXX XXXX xxxxx