Cultural Resource Management in the Great Basin, 1986-2016. Alice M. Baldrica, Patricia A. DeBunch and Don D. Fowler, editors. University of Utah Press Publication #131, 2019.

Graffiti Removal at Vandalized Site 26LN351 and Implementation of a Conservation and Management Program Through Educational Public Outreach and Awareness. Lincoln County Archaeological Initiative, (LCAI 2016) Round 6, by James Bunch, Patricia DeBunch and Clint Cole.

Reevaluate Site Significance and Update Formative/Fremont Site Records in Lincoln County Using GIS. Lincoln Sounty Archeological Initiative, (LCAI 2015), Round 5, by James Bunch, Steve Stearns and Patricia DeBunch.

The Ash Springs Site 26LN2978: New Data from 14C and Mocrofloral Analysis by James Bunch, Linda Scott Cummings, Peter Kovacik and Patricia DeBunch. Nevada Archaological Association. In Nevada Archaeologist Vol 28, 2015.

Pine Nut Mountain’s Secret Stash. A Description of a Possible Remnant Pinyon Cache in the Pine Nut Mountains, Douglas County, Nevada by Steve Stearns, 2011. Photos taken by Steve Stearns. Newsletter of the Nevada Archeological Association, In Situ, pp 4-7,  Spring 2011 Vol 15 No 2.

Location, Location, Location: Prehistoric Structures and Their Positions on the Landscape in Lincoln County, Nevada, by Steve Stearns, 2009. Photos taken by Patti DeBunch. Newsletter of the Nevada Archeological Association, In Situ, pages pp 6-11, Fall 2009 Vol. 13 No 3.

Preliminary Report on Macrofloral Remains from Site 26LN2978, Lincoln County, Nevada by Jeanne Schaaf, Ph.D, 2006. Photos taken by Jeanne Schaaf. 26Ln2978 Macrofloral Report. Newsletter of the Nevada Archeological Association, In Situ, pp 6-11, Summer 2009 Vol. 13, No 2.

A Pebble Mound /Railroad Ballast Harvesting Site Near Hazen, Churchill County Nevada by Steven Stearns and Alvin R. McLane, 2006. Photos taken by Patti DeBunch. Steve Stearns and Alvin McLane’s Article CONTINUE *****

A Method for Reliable and Quantifiable Subsampling of Archaeological Features for Flotation. Mid-Continental Journal of Archaeology 6:219–248 by Jeanne Schaaf, Ph.D., 1988. Jeanne Schaaf, Ph.D. Article on a Flotation Method.

Thin Section Analysis for the Bead Bench Site (26Ln2921) by Patricia Dean, 1987. Bead Bench Thin Sectioning by Pat Dean.

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