Date of Award
Master of Arts in Applied Archaeology
First Reader/Committee Chair
Sosa Aguilar, Danny
This thesis will focus on re-evaluating the CA-SDI-09674 collection at San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park. The purpose of the research is to provide more evidence that supports the preservation of the archaeological and indigenous record within archaeological sites. Research with noninvasive techniques will include macro botanical analysis, re-examination of archaeological collections, and if permitted, invasive techniques such as radiocarbon c-14 dating. The purpose of analyzing charcoal samples is to comprehend a chronology of occupation within SPB-SHP. The macro botanical analysis would provide insight into the natural resources that were available within the area during the precontact habitation of the archaeological and cultural site. The research can create opportunities for archaeological and indigenous communities to collaborate in preservation of archaeological and cultural sites for long-term stewardship and even more research opportunities.
Yanez, Ariana, "SAN PASQUAL VALLEY; REEXAMINATION OF AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLLECTION USING NON-INVASIVE AND INVASIVE TECHNIQUES" (2023). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 1705.