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human activities visible as disturbances in the soil. Such disturbances are produced by digging pits for storage, setting p
an individual identity and was independently governed, but all had a common language, followed the same social and religiou
nd methods of archaeology. A professional archaeologist usually holds a degree in anthropology with a specialization in arc
ion of volcanic ash, having the ability to absorb large quantities of water and to expand to several times its normal volum
he Cadohadacho and the Natchitoches along the Red River, and the Hasinai along the banks of the upper Neches and Angelina R
HISTORIC SITES ACT of 1935:
.), with the requirement of placing 15 acres into cultivation. The four colonies were Peters' Colony, Fisher and Miller's C
A subfield of archaeology which focuses on the preservation of archaeological resources. This position en
Act Amendments of 1980, 94 Stat. 2987. This act and its amendments clearly established the basic funding and implementation
ll scale farm has been restored or reconstructed to depict the former lifeways, tools, and technologies of particular perio
y used to fill in the holes and gaps between the wood or thatching of a wall. It was used by both Indians and European sett
epublic of Texas in which four contracts were made to designate "colonies" and bring immigrants to the Texas frontier. Cont
dates by counting the radioactive decay of carbon in the remains of once living plants and animals (i.e., charcoal, wood, b
common language, followed the same social and religious customs, and shared traditions. Their direct descendants are liste
ounting the radioactive decay of carbon in the remains of once living plants and animals (i.e., charcoal, wood, bone, shell


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