Archaeologist Gary S. Breschini of Coyote Press presented a talk based on a joint paper with Trudy Haversat. The authors’ years of scholarship in the Monterey Bay area has resulted in a recent formulation of a new cultural sequence based on radiocarbon dating, settlement and subsistence patterns, and a revision of dates and details of previous culture sequences. This formulation greatly aids our understanding of population movements and the development and change of local cultures through time.
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