By David Madsen, David Rhode
David Madsen is the previous division Chair of Drafting expertise and an teacher at Clackamas neighborhood collage, a licensed AutoCAD. education middle in Oregon urban, Oregon. he's additionally a former member of the Board of administrators of the yank layout Drafting organization.
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Kroeber (1907:164) considered the "Plateau Shoshonean" (later Numic) languages to comprise three "dialect groups": a western Mono-Paviotso group (Western Numic in W. Miller's  terminology); a central Shoshoni-Comanche group (Central Numic); and a southern Ute-Chemehuevi group (Southern Numic). In 1907, Kroeber lacked data to place speakers of Koso (Panamint) within this framework, but in his later Handbook of California Indians (1925), he identified Koso as part of Shoshoni-Comanche. In both works, Kroeber eschewed dividing the dialect groups internally into separate languages, stressing instead the broad similarity of speech within each group stretching over tremendous geographical distances.
The idea that speakers of Numic languages expanded their range, covering much of the Intermountain West in relatively recent times, has a remarkably long intellectual pedigree. " Conjectures about a Numic expansion have been fueled mainly by linguistic and archaeological evidence, with comparative ethnology, physical anthropology, and oral traditions playing lesser roles. How the Numa happened to occupy their historical range is by no means obvious. A central problem in writing a history of Numic peopleswhat can be termed the Numic problemis how to compare such divergent and sometimes conflicting data sets and consolidate them into an integrated and testable historical account.
Jones 71 11. Unpacking the Numic Spread Steven R. Simms 76 12. Synchronic Relations among Environment, Language, and Culture as Clues to the Numic Expansion Joseph G. Jorgensen 84 13. Material Culture and the Proposed Numic Expansion Catherine S. Fowler 103 14. A Tisket, a Tasket: Looking at the Numic Speakers through the "Lens" of a Basket J. M. Adovasio and David R. Pedler 114 Page viii 15. Direct Dating of Brown Ware Ceramics Using Thermoluminescence and Its Relation to the Numic Spread David Rhode 124 Part III.
Across the West: Human Population Movement and the Expansion of the Numa by David Madsen, David Rhode