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    Population history at the microscale: craniometrics of the Cayo Santiago macaques [1]
    Porous Spheres: Direct Observation of Public Social Encounters in a Small Midwestern Town [1]
    Pottery production at Fort Hill (27CH85) a seventeenth-century refugee community in northern New England [1]
    Prehispanic agriculture and climate on the Pacific slope of Guatemala [1]
    Proyecto Buena Vista 2002-2005: El Templo Mas Antiguo del Mundo y Las Primeras Esculturas Preceramicas [1]
    Proyecto de investigaciones arqueológicas en Buena Vista, Valle del Chillón [1]
    Reconstructing activity patterns in prehistoric Jomon people using long bone cross-sectional geometry [1]
    "Send only your serious cases"--delivering flu to Toronto: an anthropological analysis of the 1918-19 influenza epidemic in Toronto, Ontario, Canada [1]
    The social economics of organic production in Columbia's Farmer's Market [1]
    Social perceptions of speech: a study of student awareness of standard American English and one rural Missouri variant [1]
    Spanish flu in St. Louis, Missouri : a demographic analysis [1]
    The Spoon Toe Site (11MG179): Middle Woodland gardening in the lower Illinois River Valley [1]
    Stone Tool Production in the Medio Periphery: Analysis of Debitage from the 76 Draw Site (LA 156980) [1]
    A stroll through the park: evaluating the usefulness of phytolith and starch remains found on medieval sherds from Wicken, Northamptonshire, England [1]
    Traditional Kinship Structures and European-Derived Diseases at Mission San Diego, California: A Study of the 1805-1806 Measles Epidemic [1]
    Traditional storytelling as descendant-leaving strategy: ancestral prescriptions for proper kinship and revenge in William Shakespeare's Hamlet [1]
    Treatment and transmission factors affecting tuberculosis incidence in the emerging economies of the post-Soviet Baltic republics, 1989-2009 [1]
    The validity of morphological features and osteological markers in reconstructing habitual activities [1]
    Why Humans Do What They Do: Interdisciplinary Research on Decision Making at the University of Missouri [1]
    Why Humans Do What They Do: Interdisciplinary Research on Realistic Decision Making [1]