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TITLE: Prehistoric use of the interior of southern Guam Tom Dye
KEY TITLE: Micronesica 1990 Oct. Supp. no. 2
SERIES: Serials articles (Pac.).
PUBLISHED: Mangilao, Guam : University of Guam, 1990.
DESCRIPTION: pp. 241-246 : ill., graphs ; 23 cm.
NOTES: In: Micronesica, a Journal of the University of Guam, Supplement no. 2, October 1990, pp. 261-274. (Pac.DU500.A2M5 1990 Oct. Supp. 2).
NOTES: "The current interpretation of evidence for the prehistoric use of the interior of Southern Guam derives primarily for the work of Fred Reinman. On the basis of survey and excavation Reinman hypothesized that inland settlement on Southern Guam began late in prehistory and/was
NOTES: infrequent and/or seasonal. Reinman did not comment of the broader issue of how the interior may have been used throughout prehistory.
NOTES: More resent surveys of portions of the Ugum and Inarajan River valleys and published accounts of Reinman's excavations at coastal and river valley sites yield evidence for a more extensive use of the region than adduced by reinman, possibly beginning over a millennium ago."
SUBJECT: Guam --History.
SUBJECT: Guam --Antiquities.
SUBJECT: Latte stones
SUBJECT: Antiquities--Guam.
SUBJECT: Excavations (Archaeology)--Guam.
ADDED ENTRY: Cleghorn, Paul L.
ADDED ENTRY: Micronesian Archaeology Conference (Sept. 9-12, 1987).
ADDED ENTRY: Selected papers from the Micronesian Archaeology Conference, September 9-12, 1987

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