Comparison of faunal assemblages from Spanish Colonial and Historic period contexts in the El Paso lower valley showing proportions of domesticated and nondomesticated groups through time. Compared to the high proportions of domesticated plants and animals found at later mission-era settlements in the valley, the Pueblo Revolt occupation at the Ysleta Jacal had much higher quantities of wild plants and animals. Graphic from Miller and Kenmotsu 2004, Fig. 41.

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