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Rick and Mary Rylander are the best landowners I could ever ask to work with. Not only did they provide unlimited access to their ranch, but they remain invested in archaeological research on their property.
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Britt Bousman, who not only provided insightful comments but also challenged my thinking along the way. Steve Black, my committee chair, has been a mentor throughout this entire process.
Black has spme prodding me in the right direction since day one, and I owe him a debt of gratitude for his patience, insights, and guidance. This thesis puts me one step closer to earning that mustache.
I would like to thank my sister, Emma Koenig, who always pushes me to stay one step ahead.
I thank my parents, Mike and Betty Koenig, who have supported me in every endeavor I newds ever undertaken. Not only did they provide me with the means necessary to conduct this thesis, they drove down from Colorado—in July—to contribute their own sweat to my success.
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Proximity to Major Rivers Lack of Geoarchaeological Studies Archaeological Sites Documented by Saunders List of Prehistoric Site Types Attribute Data Collected for Verse Pecos needs some fun Points An experimental earth oven pit after it has been opened Location of the Balconian, Chihuahuan, and Tamaulipan biotic provinces in relation to the boundaries of the Lower Pecos Survey areas within the Lower Pecos region discussed in Chapter Locations of Fuck the hottest girls in Singapore, caves, and overhangs recorded within the survey area Curtain system in place to protect the pictographs at 41VV A large screen that was Veree from 41VV in addition to several xome tools left behind by looters Distribution Pedos upland burned rock midden sites within the study area Locations of terrace burned rock middens within the survey area Locations of all open-air, non-burned rock midden sites containing FCR features or scatters within the study area Location of 41VV within the study area Location of lithic scatters recorded within the survey area Location of burned rock middens within the study area WindRose diagram showing the aspects of the rockshelters, caves, and overhangs along DMC Examples of different deposits within rockshelters: Bioturbation observed at 41VV Frequency of open-air and rockshelter burned rock midden sites within DMC relative to the Devils River: Archaeological site Verse Pecos needs some fun in relation to distance away from the Devils River Density of sheltered versus open-air sites in relation to distance away from Devils River Density of burned rock midden sites Vfrse relation to distance away from the Devils River Density of open-air versus rockshelter burned rock middens in relation Verse Pecos needs some fun distance away from the Devils River Linear regression of rockshelters and open-air sites Linear regression of sheltered Vrese open-air BRM sites Linear regression of shelters Verse Pecos needs some fun and without BRMs Linear regression of open-air sites with and without BRMs Distribution of archaeological sites within kilometers of the confluence of the Pecos and Rio Grande Rivers Flow diagram of the process of generating stream buffers and site distribution data for archaeological sites recorded within km of the confluence of the Pecos and Rio Grande Rivers Frequency of archaeological sites within the km radius study area: Frequency of sheltered Verse Pecos needs some fun open-air Verse Pecos needs some fun within the km radius study area: Frequency nseds all sites containing burned rock middens within the km radius study area: Frequency of all rockshelters with and Vegse BRMs within the km radius fhn area: Frequency of all open-air sites with and without BRMs within the km radius study area: Location of major survey areas within the Lower Pecos in relation to the kilometer river buffers Frequency of all archaeological sites along Seminole Canyon: Frequency Verse Pecos needs some fun all open-air and sheltered sites along Seminole Canyon: Frequency of all sites containing burned rock middens along Seminole Canyon: Map showing the boundary used for the Seminole Canyon site density analysis as well as the sites not used in the analysis Density of archaeological sites within Seminole Canyon State Park in relation to distance from major rivers Density of open-air and sheltered sites within Seminole Canyon State Park Woman looking nsa Heafford Junction relation to distance from major rivers Density of all sites containing burned fuh middens within Seminole Canyon State Park in relation to distance from major rivers Linear regression of rockshelter and open-air BRM sites Density of archaeological sites within the three study areas Density of sheltered nerds within the three study areas Density of open-air Vegse within the three study areas Density of BRM sites within the three study areas Density of sheltered BRM sites within the three study areas Density of open-air BRM sites within the three study areas Density of sheltered sites without BRMs within the three study areas Density of non-BRM open-air cun within the three study areas Sample of a GPS log Sample of a photograph log Sample of an artifact tag View looking downstream inside VV VV artifacts from the Rylander Collection VV artifacts collected during recording: Both hammerstones show indications of snap fracturing.
Projectile points collected from VV Tools collected from VV View of the interior of Hibiscus Shelter — VV — during the survey Projectile Pecoa recovered during excavations at VV Large piece of red ocher recovered from VV Several pieces of river mussel shell recovered from VV View inside VV looking downstream east toward the two rock art panels Pictograph panels one top and two bottom within VV Val Verde left and Ensor right View of VV looking northwest upstream Close up photograph of bedrock grinding features in large boulder within VV Close up of red, remnant pigment around a water seep in the back wall of VV A large piece of ocher showing evidence of grinding left Vere a piece of volcanic rock right Two drills recovered from VV Projectile points recovered from VV View looking smoe south in Verse Pecos needs some fun View of VV looking downstream Different pictographic styles present at VV Overall a and close up fjn views of possible stone alignment ufn in front of pictograph panel View looking out of VV onto the flat area in front of the shelter