By David Madsen, David Rhode
David Madsen is the previous division Chair of Drafting know-how and an teacher at Clackamas neighborhood collage, a certified AutoCAD. education heart in Oregon urban, Oregon. he's additionally a former member of the Board of administrators of the yank layout Drafting organization.
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The history of Numic peoples is therefore a topic of considerable modern importance in the Intermountain West, to anthropologists, to modern Numic peoples, to managers of the vast tracts of public lands in the intermountain region, and ultimately with ramifications extending to the people who use those lands. It behooves us to recognize where our understanding of Numic prehistory is good and where it is lacking so we can direct our attention toward filling the gaps by using rigorous investigations.
2 General location of the NUA protolanguage groups in the Mojave Desert ca. P. 3 General location of Numic and Takic groups in the Mojave Desert ca. P. 4 Divergence and hypothesized movement of Numic languages across the Mojave Desert after ca. P. 1 Comparison of ''village'' radiocarbon dates between Mt. D. 2 Shoshone sites, associated artifacts, and radiocarbon dates 207 Page 1 PART I BACKGROUND Page 3 Introduction David B. Madsen and David Rhode The study of prehistoric population movements has been a consistent element of anthropological research since its establishment as a formal discipline.
He proposed that the Sevier were ancestral to the Central Numic, the Fremont to the Southern Numic, and the Virgin Anasazi to the Western Numic. Gunnerson proposed that these groups then expanded across the Great Basin from the southeastern Great Basin at about the time suggested by Lamb. Both Euler (1964) and Schroeder (1963) rejected this scheme. Schroeder (1963:559) argued that without a direct cultural link between one horizon and the one immediately above it, archaeologists conclude replacement, not in situ development.
Across the West: Human Population Movement and the Expansion of the Numa by David Madsen, David Rhode