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1 Household Chores and Household Choices: Theorizing the Domestic Sphere in Historical Archaeology
Barile, Kerri S., Jamie C. Brandon Editors Tuscaloosa, Alabama The University of Alabama Press 2004 Soft Very good Octavo 
xiv; 312 Pp. Book is a collection of 14 essays illustrated with charts, maps, and photographs. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 After Slavery: The Rubin Hancock Farmstead, 1880-1916, Travis County, Texas
Blake, Marie E., Terry Myers 1999 soft very good quatro 
viii; 124 Pp. Report from a freed African American farmstead in the late 19th century. Provides historical background and analysis of artifacts and site features found. 37 figures, including site photographs and 5 tables, help to document and present the site. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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3 Appraisal of the Archaeological Resources of Diablo Reservoir, Val Verde County, Texas
Jelks, E. B. (Ed.) Inter-Agency Archaeological Salvage Program 1958 Soft Good+ Quarto 
93 pp.; Book is illustrated with photos and maps. Stamps of previous owners present in the book. Slight tears on back cover of the book near the spine 
Price: 15.00 USD
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4 Paleoindian Lifeways
Johnson, Eileen ed. 1977 soft very good Octavo 
x; 197 Pp. Photos and figures illustrating site maps, site profiles, artifacts. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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5 Spanish Borderlands Sourcebooks Vol 12
Milanich, Jerald T., editor 1991 Hard Very good Octavo 
xxvi; 487 Pp. 7 illustrations including map. Library sticker on spine, Museum of the American Indian on inside front cover, blind stamp on title page, and card pocket inside back cover. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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6 Beneath the Border City: Urban Archaeology in Downtown El Paso and the Overseas Chinese in El Paso
Staski, Edward 1984 Soft Very Good Quarto 
xiii; 355 Pp. xii; 302 Pp. Vol 1: Reports on the excavations on the Kohlberg Parking Lot Site in El Paso, Texas. "The majority of recovered cultural resources date from the earliest permanent settlement north of the Rio Grande (ca. 1840s-1859s) to the early 20th century. Both commercial and domestic activities were represented though most of the former predated and most of the latter postdated, ca. 1881. Included among the recorded features were a number of trash pits, several structural remains, and portions of the old Acequia." Illustrated with maps and illustrations. Vol 2: Report on the excavations on Cortez Parking Lot Site in El Paso, Texas. During this excavation it was found that they could determine commercial and domestic activities and how that behavior evolved over time. Illustrated with photos, drawings, maps, profiles and tables. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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