An archaeological study of the Russian colony of the Guadalupe Valley

  • Thcrese Muranaka
    ref@uabc.edu.mx
    Serra Museum
Keywords: Ethnic differences, excavations, ethnic artifacts

Abstract

This fresh and unusual archeological study sets out to verify the accuracy with which ethnological date and facts regarding life-style may be determined by the examination of artifacts and "trash" found at the site, using the application of archaeological techniques in an area where the findings may still be corroborated or Guadalupe Valley of the State of Baja California, Mexico.

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Published
1-January-1995
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Thcrese Muranaka
Director of the Serra Museum, San Diego, California.