USAG Alaska - Fort Wainwright
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Call (907) 361-3002. Visit Cultural Resources located in building 3023, room 102 for free posters, publications, and other educational materials.

Publications

Publications

Histories

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Brochures

Brochures

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Educational Fact Sheets

Educational Fact Sheets

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Other Educational Materals

Other Educational Materials

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Curriculum

Curriculum

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Materials for Youth

Materials for Youth

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Published Papers

Published Papers

 

  • Reduction, and use of Lithic Technology from ca. 9500-11,800 Years Ago at Niidhaayh Na', Central Alaska.

Authors: Briana Doering, Julie Esdale, and Senna Catenacci
Publication: Paleoamerica June 5, 2021:1-15.

The authors describe the stratigraphy and archaeological assemblages from two late-glacial occupations at the Niidhaayh Na' (XBD-110) archaeological site.

  • Organization in the Late Holocene: Results from the Clearview Site (XMH-1303)

Authors: Briana Doering, Julie Esdale, Joshua Reuther, and Senna Catenacci
Publication: Alaska Journal of Anthropology 18(2):1-19, 2020

The authors report on the artifacts and spatial arrangement of the Clearview site in Donnelly Training Area and that argue that decreased hunter-gatherer mobility, increased subsistence specialization, and increased used of metal and bone tools occurred after occupation at this site.

The authors use data gained from sites in Interior Alaska (including three sites in Donnelly Training Area: Caribou Knob, Clearview, and Delta Creek) to argue that the late Prehistoric Athabascan migration resulted from gradual demographic shifts rather than ecological deterioration from the White River volcanic eruption and ash fall event.

‚Äč‚ÄčThis paper uses geological data from several sites in the Tanana Valley, including the Delta River Overlook Site in Donnelly Training Area to interpret how landscapes in the area changed since the last glaciation.

This research note outlines a unique microblade production sequence present in the stone tool assemblage left behind at a small surficial archaeological site in Donnelly Training Area.

This is a report of the excavations at the 6000 year old Banjo Lake Site in Donnelly Training Area. This site belongs within the Northern Archaic Tradition but contains none of the projectile points diagnostic of that period. Site geology, artifacts, radiocarbon dates, and activities are described.

This paper introduces several deeply buried late Pleistocene archaeological sites in the Tanana Flats.

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