Lindenmeier redux: spatial patterns of the Lindenmeier Folsom Site (5LR13)
The Lindenmeier Folsom Site (5LR13) was excavated from 1934-1940 by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr. of the Smithsonian Institution. Over the course of six field seasons spent excavating the site, the spatial locations of approximately 6,000 items were mapped and recorded by Roberts, and later published as a series of maps in the appendices in the Concluding Report (Wilmsen and Roberts 1978). This thesis has digitally reproduced these maps using ArcGIS mapping software, preserving the spatial relationships between the artifacts mapped during the 1930's excavations, and applying sophisticated ...
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