The Archaeology of CA-Mno-2122
A Study of Pre-Contact and Post-Contact Lifeways Among the Mono Basin Paiute (UC Publications in Anthropological Records #31)
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CA-Mno-2122 is an extensive, multi-component site complex in the Mono Lake basin of east-central California containing 31 native encampments and 4 wing traps dating between A.D. 500 and 1900. This archeological study of the site provides important information regarding communal pronghorn hunting, the region's Protohistoric period, and cultural continuity and change among the Mono Basin Paiute.
University of California Press, 9780520097933, 210pp.
Publication Date: July 5, 1995