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Stone tool production in the Medio periphery : analysis of debitage from the 76 draw site (LA 156980)
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2014)
The prehispanic North American Southwest was characterized by widespread agriculture in an arid environment. These people leaned heavily upon stone tools to carry out their daily lives, and an analysis of flaked stone artifacts can provide insights...
Late woodland cultural adaptations in the lower Missouri River valley : archery, warfare, and the rise of complexity
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2015)
. To deal with this potential, settlements moved to less productive upland locations with inter-visible settlement clusters that provided for mutual defense through defense in layers. As agriculture became better established, this pattern of defense again...