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    Reconstructing activity patterns in prehistoric Jomon people using long bone cross-sectional geometry
    Russian old believers in Alaska : linguistic and cultural continuity of traditionalist refugees
    "Send only your serious cases"--delivering flu to Toronto: an anthropological analysis of the 1918-19 influenza epidemic in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    The social economics of organic production in Columbia's Farmer's Market
    Social perceptions of speech: a study of student awareness of standard American English and one rural Missouri variant
    Spanish flu in St. Louis, Missouri : a demographic analysis
    The Spoon Toe Site (11MG179): Middle Woodland gardening in the lower Illinois River Valley
    Stone tool production in the Medio periphery : analysis of debitage from the 76 draw site (LA 156980)
    A stroll through the park: evaluating the usefulness of phytolith and starch remains found on medieval sherds from Wicken, Northamptonshire, England
    A study of property and knowledge inheritance in 19th Century Scania, Sweden
    Support for breastfeeding mothers and determinants of long-term breastfeeding in the United States
    To die so far from Dixie : modeling epidemic dysentery in a Civil War prison camp
    Traditional kinship structures and European-derived diseases at Mission San Diego, California : a study of the 1805-1806 measles epidemic
    Traditional storytelling as descendant-leaving strategy: ancestral prescriptions for proper kinship and revenge in William Shakespeare's Hamlet
    Treatment and transmission factors affecting tuberculosis incidence in the emerging economies of the post-Soviet Baltic republics, 1989-2009
    Understanding and defining ethnic identity: Ahiska/Meskhetian Turks in a Midwestern American city
    Using relative dating and seriation to identify trends in Northeastern Missouri Late Woodland period pottery decoration
    The validity of morphological features and osteological markers in reconstructing habitual activities
    Why Humans Do What They Do: Interdisciplinary Research on Decision Making at the University of Missouri
    Why Humans Do What They Do: Interdisciplinary Research on Realistic Decision Making