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Human subsistence and impacts on faunal communities in the northern Sinagua area
by Lloyd, Lara, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2012: 160 pages; 1511511.
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More than making ends meat: Ridge Ruin faunal exploitation and social organization
by Landry, Shannon Danielle, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2016: 174 pages; 10126254.
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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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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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A Contextual Analysis of Wood-use Behavior at Wupatki Pueblo
by Briggs, Garrett W., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2017: 306 pages; 10283007.
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Same pueblo, different story? A critical look at interpretation in National Parks
by Mucha, Krystina N., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2014: 135 pages; 1556557.
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Digital Recording and Interpretation of Rock Art at Walnut Canyon National Monument
by Gerber, Creighton C., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2018: 140 pages; 10817088.
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Ancient Archery Practices of the Greater Southwest
by Parks, Justin T., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2017: 175 pages; 10282641.
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Beyond Legal Compliance: A Model for Collaborative Heritage Management at the Juniper Terrace Site, Coconino National Forest
by Mattar, Michelle S., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2018: 142 pages; 10821689.
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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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Digital resources for public archaeology: New directions of public outreach and education
by Crosby, Brian, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2013: 125 pages; 1550098.
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Barriers and limitations to expanded participation in local food systems, Cottonwood, Arizona
by Gottschalk, Nancy B., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2012: 138 pages; 1517293.
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Communication of Lava Flow Hazards at the San Francisco Volcanic Field, Flagstaff, Arizona
by Carter, Catherine S., M.S.  University of South Florida. 2015: 63 pages; 1595006.
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Violence and warfare in the late prehistoric Southwest: A ritual explanation
by Alecksynas, Nia M., M.A.  State University of New York at Albany. 2016: 77 pages; 10110346.
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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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An evaluation of the Lowland Patayan Ceramics Typology
by McCormick, Helen Jill, M.A.  Prescott College. 2010: 202 pages; 1475264.
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No small beans: Affordable food production in an era of economic uncertainty
by Emmons, Regan Genevieve, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2012: 111 pages; 1511505.
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Natural systems education: Incorporating biomimicry into the learning environment
by Houk, Heather A., M.A.  Prescott College. 2012: 103 pages; 1510724.
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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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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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Basketmaker III and Pueblo I communities of architectural practice in the Chuska Valley, New Mexico
by Miller, Kye William, M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2015: 273 pages; 1594015.
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The Protohistoric period in the PimerĂ­a Alta
by Jelinek, Lauren E., Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2012: 419 pages; 3505605.
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