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Background to prehistory of the Yuha Desert region
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|Statement||by David L. Weide ... [et al.] ; edited by Philip J. Wilke.|
|Series||Ballena Press anthropological papers -- no.5, Ballena Press anthropological papers -- no. 5|
|Contributions||Weide, David L., Wilke, Philip J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||109|
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Box Ramona, California Papers by, David L. Weide James P. Barker. The Yuha Desert region has at times been partially inundated by freshwater Lake Cahuilla, the shore of which provided a marked contrast to the aridity and sparse food resources which characterize the region today.
It is probably that in times when the lake existed, human populations occupied its shore and also foraged in the adjacent by: 1. Background to Prehistory of the Yuha Desert Region [Philip J.
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