Prehistoric Subsistence in the Soconusco Region
Michael Blake; Brian S. Chisholm; John E. Clark; Barbara Voorhies; Michael W. Love
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M I C H A E L BLAKE, B R I A N S. CHISHOLM, J O H N E.
B A R B A R A VOORHIES, A N D M I C H A E L W .
D epartment of Anthropology and Sociology,
University of BritishColumbia, 6303 N.W. Marine
Drive, Vancouver, B. C., Canada V6T 2B2 (Blake and
ChisholmlNew World Archaeological Foundation,
Department of Anthropology, Brigham Young
University, Provo, Utah 84602 (C1ark)lDepartmen
of Anthropology, University of California, Santa
Barbara, Calif. 93106 (Voorhies)/71qA Keokuk St.,
Petaluma, Calif. 94952 (Love) U.S.A. 24 VII 91
Archaeologists have long assumedthat the ability to
produce seed crops in Mesoamerica, especially maize,
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isotope research was carried out under a University of British
Columbia-Humanities and Social Sciences Research Grant and
funding from the New World Archaeological Foundation. We thank
MichaelHanslip for his assistance in the initial preparation of the
samples and Bente Nielsen of the University of British Columbia Department of Oceanography for carrying out the massspectrographic analyses. Archaeological fieldwork was funded by
the New World Archaeological Foundation, the Social Sciences and
Humanities Research Council of Canada, the National Science
Foundation, the University of...
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