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Perishable Artifacts from Cave No. 5, Providence Mountains, California


A small group of perishable artifacts was collected by members of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California (ASA) from a cave or rockshelter near Mitchell Caverns in the Providence Mountains, eastern San Bernardino County, California, some time about 1962. The cave was designated "Cave No. 5" and the collection was stored at ASA offices, most recently at their offices in Redlands, California. The collection was "rediscovered" by one of us and a brief description of the assemblage was presented (Yobe 1984). This report documents the artifacts and their associations.

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