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The Teacher and the Trowel: Engaging Students in the Classroom through Archaeology
by Frees, Jamie Skylar, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2014: 131 pages; 1556506.
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From artifacts to people facts: Archaeologists, World War II, and the origins of Middle East area studies
by Kohlstedt, Matthew August, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2015: 282 pages; 3673917.
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A sociopolitical history of Hawaiian archaeology: Kuleana and commitment
by Kawelu, Kathleen Leinani, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2007: 274 pages; 3275821.
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Perception and Practice: Doing Public Archaeology
by Ellenberger, Katharine Hope, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Binghamton. 2018: 216 pages; 10844330.
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"Your guess is as good as mine": Exploring public interpretation through applied archaeology
by Welch, Stephanie M., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2014: 121 pages; 1571872.
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Emancipatory Digital Archaeology
by Morgan, Colleen Leah, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2012: 192 pages; 3555833.
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The black river: Deposits of coal silt along the Susquehanna River, Pennsylvania
by Gunnels, Jesse Lewis, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2014: 107 pages; 1556516.
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Public archaeology and the Northampton Slave Quarters: Community collaboration
by Montaperto, Kristin Marie, Ph.D.  American University. 2012: 252 pages; 3524122.
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Understanding archaeological misconceptions among college students
by Gotshalk-Stine, Amy, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 94 pages; 1504465.
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Kids and digs: Promoting archaeology education on the Coconino National Forest
by Long, Emily M., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2012: 132 pages; 1511512.
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Searching for communities of practice with sherds: Stylistic variation in the Cibola region
by Newcomb, Elizabeth Blair, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2015: 110 pages; 1598389.
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Basic Archaeological Assumptions: Defining the Term Archaeological Site
by Henthorne, Irina, M.A.  The George Washington University. 2016: 115 pages; 10125279.
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GIS Spatial Analysis of Arctic Settlement Patterns: A Case Study in Northwest Alaska
by Junge, Justin Andrew, M.S.  Portland State University. 2017: 314 pages; 10600719.
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Wharves: The keystone of plantation wealth? Case studies
by Hicks, Theresa R., M.A.  East Carolina University. 2012: 220 pages; 1510510.
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An Analysis of the Four-Field Approach in Anthropology and its Longevity
by Pattison, Mary Burneice, M.A.  Prescott College. 2011: 103 pages; 1507077.
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Tree-Ring Chronological Analysis of Ancestral Puebloan Transitions in the Flagstaff Area
by McCloskey, Galen Lee, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2018: 227 pages; 10821690.
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From Water to Land: Analysis of Prehistoric Shell from Wupatki Pueblo
by Covert, Alexandra, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2018: 312 pages; 10815649.
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Conceptual understanding of science through archaeological inquiry
by Moe, Jeanne Marie, Ed.D.  Montana State University. 2011: 291 pages; 3454521.
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Risk mangement strategies and dietary change at the early agricultural village of Las Capas
by Sinensky, Robert J., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2013: 367 pages; 1550129.
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The Archaic journey: Mobility and resource use on the Dixie National Forest
by Weder, Maia, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2014: 148 pages; 1556629.
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Grand Canyon Projectile Points and Human Population Change
by Keltz, Ehren D., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2019: 204 pages; 13882750.
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Matriarchy in Minoan Crete: A Perspective from Archaeomythology and Modern Matriarchal Studies
by Cichon, Joan Marie, Ph.D.  California Institute of Integral Studies. 2013: 563 pages; 3606922.
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