From the Island of the Blue Dolphins: A Unique Nineteenth-Century Cache Feature From San Nicolas Island, California

@article{Erlandson2013FromTI,
  title={From the Island of the Blue Dolphins: A Unique Nineteenth-Century Cache Feature From San Nicolas Island, California},
  author={Jon M. Erlandson and Lisa Thomas-Barnett and Ren{\'e} L. Vellanoweth and Steven J. Schwartz and Daniel R. Muhs},
  journal={The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology},
  year={2013},
  volume={8},
  pages={66 - 78}
}
ABSTRACT A cache feature salvaged from an eroding sea cliff on San Nicolas Island produced two redwood boxes containing more than 200 artifacts of Nicoleño, Native Alaskan, and Euro-American origin. Outside the boxes were four asphaltum-coated baskets, abalone shells, a sandstone dish, and a hafted stone knife. The boxes, made from split redwood planks, contained a variety of artifacts and numerous unmodified bones and teeth from marine mammals, fish, birds, and large land mammals. Nicoleño… 

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