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Islands On The Plains
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  • Biogeographical Islands and Ecological Patches: Seeing Great Plains from Inside-Out: Alan J. Osborn and Marcel Kornfeld
  • The Playas of the Southern High Plains: An Archipelago of Human Occupation for the Past 12,000 Years in the North American Grasslands: Luc Litwinionek, Eileen Johnson, and Vance T. Holliday
  • Prehistoric Utilization of Patch Environments and Culture Change in Colorado's Central High Plains: Robert H. Brunswig, Jr.
  • Catchment Basins as Islands in West-Central Oklahoma: Farra Canyon: William E. Banks
  • The Western Niobrara River: An Inter-Island Passage on the Plains: George H. MacDonell and LuAnn Wandsnider
  • Pull of the Hills: Technological Structures around Biogeographical Islands: Marcel Kornfeld
  • Investigations in the Bridger Mountain Range, Montana: A Backyard Archaeological Project: David A. Byers, John W. Fisher, Jr., and Walter Alen
  • Environmental and Cultural Variation in the Sand Hills Region: John R. Bozell and Amy Koch
  • Places Where They Kill Deer: Moisture Islands, Winter Climate, and Ungulate Ecology in the Northwestern Great Plains: Alan J. Osborn
  • Sego Lily and Wild Onion Patch Density in a High Plains Habitat: LuAnn Wandsnider and Yi-Shing Chung
  • Social Islands in the Denver Basin: Tammy Stone
  • Sacred Islands: An Exploration of Religions and Landscape in the Great Plains: Linea Sundstrom
  • Islands and Patches in the Plains: Susan C. Vehik

About the Author

Marcel Kornfeld is a professor of anthropology and director of the George C. Frison Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Wyoming. He is the author of seven monographs, most recently On Shelter's Ledge: Histories, Theories and Methods of Rockshelter Research, and coeditor of the forthcoming volume Hell Gap: A Stratified Paleoindian Campsite at the Edge of the Rockies.

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