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2008 

Douglas D. Dykeman and Paul Roebuck Ph.D. a paper presented at the 2008 SAA conference Van Couver, B.C. Working draft:

2007 

Site and Situation of an Early Agricultural Site in the Upper San Juan Basin: Archaeological Investigations at LA72759 in Northwestern New Mexico. Anthropological Investigations No. 1, Dykeman Roebuck Archaeology, Farmington, New Mexico.

2007

Archaeology at LA 80819: A Piedra Phase pithouse remodel shows longer occupation of sites in the Upper San Juan.Anthropological Investigations No. 2, Dykeman Roebuck Archaeology, Farmington, New Mexico.

2007

Navajo Ethnobotany - Diné Nanise' Anthropological Investigations No. 3, Dykeman Roebuck Archaeology, Farmington, New Mexico

2007

Sehili (Tsaile) Trading and Military Out Post, The Catalyst of Capitalism: Finding the Site By William B. Tsosie Jr. - Anthropological Investigations No. 4, Dykeman Roebuck Archaeology, Farmington, New Mexico

2004

Shifting for Success in the Southwest: Early Navajo Culture Change, A.D. 1500 – 1800 By Douglas D. Dykeman Paper presented at the Fall Arizona Archaeological Council Meetings in a seminar titled Faint Traces of Past Places: The Archaeology of Low Visibility Groups in the Southwest, A. D. 1200- 1900

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