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Trinidad Reservoir Salvage Archaeology, 1972.
Final rept. for period ending 1972,
TRINIDAD STATE JUNIOR COLL CO DEPT OF ANTHROPOLOGY
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The archeological research was designed to explore problems in an area poorly known archeologically. The philosophy and, where feasible, approach of the Southwestern Anthropological Research Group SARG was adapted to better facilitate this exploration. The major research question of SARG is why are population aggregates located where they are with ancillary themes, why do population aggregates differ in size, who do the locations differ through time and why does a single population aggregate grow or decrease in size Author
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