Mortuary Publications

2010       Goldstein, Lynne, Joseph T. Hefner, Kristin J. Sewell, and Michael Heilen. “Cultural Affinity, Identity, and Relatedness: Distinguishing Individuals and Cultural Groups in the Alameda-Stone Cemetery” (Chap. 6), in Deathways and Lifeways in the American Southwest, Volume 1 (M Heilen and M Gray, eds.). Statistical Research, Inc., Technical Report 10-95, Tucson, AZ; pp. 143-155.

2010       Sewell, Kristin J., Michael Heilen, and Lynne Goldstein. “Deathways and Tucson’s Living Population 1860-1880” (Chap. 8), in Deathways and Lifeways in the American Southwest, Volume 1 (M Heilen and M Gray, eds.). Statistical Research, Inc., Technical Report 10-95, Tucson, AZ; pp. 217-235.

2010     Goldstein, Lynne, Kristin J. Sewell, Michael Heilen, and Joseph T. Hefner“Mortuary Synthesis” (Chap. 9), in Deathways and Lifeways in the American Southwest, Volume 1 (M Heilen and M Gray, eds.). Statistical Research, Inc., Technical Report 10-95, Tucson, AZ; pp. 143-155

2008       Identity Assessment of Human Remains Recovered from the Military Section of the Cemetery, Joint Courts Complex Archaeological Data Recovery Project, Tucson, Arizona (with Michael P. Heilen, Joseph T. Hefner and Mitchell A. Keur). December 10, 2008. Statistical Research, Tucson.

2008       Cultural Affinity Assessment of Human Remains Dating after 1775, Joint Courts Complex Archaeological Data Recovery Project, Tucson, Arizona (with Joseph T. Hefner and Michael P. Heilen). October 20, 2008. Statistical Research, Tucson.

2008       End-of-Fieldwork Report for the Joint Courts Complex Archaeological Data Recovery Project (with John D. Hall, Scott O’Mack, Michael P. Heilen, Karen Swope, Joseph T. Hefner, and Marlesa Gray). Technical Report 08-50. Statistical Research, Tucson.

2006       Tucson’s National Cemetery: Additional Archival Research for the Joint Courts Complex Project, Tucson Arizona (with S. O’Mack, L. DeLeon, M. Molina, and P. Stanton). Technical Report 06-56. Statistical Research, Tucson.

2006       Dove Cemetery: Reflections on Cultural Identity on the Edge of Western Expansion, The Excavation and Interpretation of Dove Cemetery, CA-SLO-1892H, San Luis Obispo County, California (with P. Stanton). Technical Report 06-55. Statistical Research, Redlands.

 

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