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Published in Nebraska Anthropologist Vol. 23 (2008). Copyright © by the author; published by The University of Nebraska-Lincoln AnthroGroup.


In Search of Blood-Stained Earth: A Consideration of Battlefield Archaeology's Applicability to Pre-Historic Conflict in the Eastern and Central Regions of North America (Andrew P. McFeaters)

Technological Introductions and Social Change: European Technology on the Great Plains (Andrew LaBounty)

Temporal Insanity: Woodland Archaeology and the Construction of Valid ChronologIies (Erin C. Dempsey)

Time Perspectivism, Temporal Dynamics, and Battlefield Archaeology: A Case Study from the Santiago Campaign of 1898 (William E. Altizer)

Collective Memory of the Prehistoric Past and the Archaeological Landscape (Cynthia J. Wiley)

Cultural Mentoring at Lincoln North Star High School: A Case Study (Stephen Damm)

The "How" of the Three Sisters: The Origins of Agriculture in Mesoamerica and the Human Niche (Amanda J. Landon)

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