Sandy Rogers' Archaeological Soundbites Papers

As written for the Maturango Museum Newsletter

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Unprovenanced Artifacts, why you don’t just pick things up and bring them to our Museum

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Ancient Climates, May 2008

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Site Formation, May 2007

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Petroglyph Dating- hard to do, February 2007

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Coso Junction Projectile Points, November 2006

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Obsidian Hydration Dating, May 2006

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Radiocarbon Dating, C14, February 2006

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Chronological Sequencing, December 2004

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Archaeological Terminology, October 2004

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Site Recording, labor of love, September 2004

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Curation – how we do it, July 2004

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Dendrochronology, counting tree rings, April 2004

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Marker Artifacts, March 2004

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