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Name: Alan Leventhal

Present Positions and Institutions:
                                      Information Technology Consultant
                                      Office of the Dean College of Social Sciences
                                      San Jose State University
                                      San Jose, Ca. 95192

                                             Lecturer:Urban Planning Department
                                             San Jose State University

Archaeological Firm:                         Ohlone Families Consulting Services
                                             Senior Staff Archaeologist/Ethnohistorian
                                             226 Airport Parkway, Suite 630
                                             San Jose, Ca. 95110

Education:                                   Undergraduate Studies: 1971-1973
                                             City College of New York, New York.
                                             Major: Anthropology, Minor: Education, Geology
                                             Degree: B.A., 1973

Graduate Studies:                            Hunter College, N.Y., N.Y.: 1974
                                             University of Nevada, Reno: 1975 - 1978
                                             San Jose State University: 1987 -1991

Master's of Arts Degree, Social Sciences/Archaeological Emphasis: 1993
       Thesis Title: A Reinterpretation of Some San Francisco Bay Mound Sites:
                      A View From the Mortuary Complex From Prehistoric Site Ca-Ala-329,
                      The Ryan Mound

Archaeological Field Schools Attended:

June - August 1971- City College of New York Archaeological Field School. Dr. Robert
Schuyler, Director.

June - August 1972 - University of Nevada/ Nevada State Museum Archaeological Field School.
Mr. Robert Elston, Director.

Work History and Professional Experience:

September 1972-1973 - Volunteer, Archaeological Lab., Department of Anthropology, American
Museum of Natural History, New York. Supervisor, Dr. David H. Thomas, Curator.
February - June 1973 - Teaching Intern/Lecturer, Peoples and Cultures of Africa, Department of
Education, American Museum of Natural History, New York. Supervisor, Richard Mack.

July - August 1973 - Gatecliff Rockshelter Film, National Geographic Society, Washington
D.C. Supervisor and Film Director, Chris Knight.



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June -September 1973 - Field Assistant, Gatecliff Archaeological Expedition Educational
Expeditions International and Department of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural
History, New York. Supervisor, Dr. David H. Thomas, Director.

June 1973 - May 1974 - Research Assistant, Department of Anthropology, American Museum of
Natural History, New York. Dr. David H. Thomas, Curator/Archaeologist.

April - May 1974 - Contributing Archaeological Consultant, Gatecliff Film, National Geographic
Society, Washington D.C. Sidney Platt, Director.

January - June 1974 - Supervisor of People Center, Department of Education, American Museum
of Natural History, New York. Dr. Malcolm Arth, Chairman.

October 1973 - June 1974 - Teaching Intern/Lecturer, Indians of North America, Department of
Education, American Museum of Natural History, New York. Supervisor, Kate Bennett.

June - September 1974 -Field Supervisor, Gatecliff Expedition/Educational Expedition
International, Department of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History, New York.
Dr. David H. Thomas, Director/Archaeologist.

October 1974 - Archaeological Field Survey Crew, Powerline Project, Nevada Archaeological
Survey/Nevada State Museum. Mary Rusco, Director.

April 1975 - Archaeological Field Supervisor, St. Catherine's Island, Georgia. Department of
Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History, New York. Dr. David H. Thomas,
Director.

November 1974 - June 1975 - Teaching Intern/Lecturer - Indians of North America, Department
of Education, American Museum of Natural History, New York. Supervisor, Kate Bennett.

June - August 1975 - Archaeological Field Supervisor, Gatecliff Expedition/Triple T Rock
Shelter. Department of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History, New York. Dr.
David H. Thomas, Director.
August - October 1975 - Archaeological Technician II/ Field Supervisor, Tahoe Truckee
Sanitation Agency Project; Excavated Sites: Ca-Pla-164 and Ca-Pla-23. Nevada Archaeological
Survey, Northern Division, University of Nevada, Reno. Robert Elston, Director.

October 1975 - May 1978 - Lab/Field Supervisor, Nevada Archaeological Survey, University of
Nevada, Reno. Supervisor, Robert Elston, Director.

October 1978 - Archaeological Field Assistant, United States Forest Service, Modoc National
Forest. Supervisor, Gerry Gates, Archaeologist.

November 1978 - November 1987 - Instructional Tech. II/Anthropology Lab Director/Field
School Site Supervisor/Adjunct Lecturer/Faculty Advisor: Native American Students
Organization, San Jose State University.

Anthropology Lab Director - duties: Principally involved in the acquisition and curation of
Archaeological and Human (osteological) remains. Other duties included: Cultural Resource
Management field and curation contracts.
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SJSU Field School Site Supervisor: Directed the excavation of the following sites: Ca-SCl-314,
Ca-SCl-405H (Hacienda Store, New Almaden), Ca-Men-1704, Ca-Men-1809, Ca-Men-1844
(Albion Mendocino Archaeological Project 1980-1984), Ca-SCr-12 (1986).

-Archaeological Sites Supervised: Gatecliff Rockshelter, Triple T Rock shelter Ca-SMa-207H
(Franklin Point), Ca-SMa-118 (Bean Hollow Creek), Ca-SMa-273, Ca-SCr-177 (Scotts Valley),
Ca-Ala-479, Ca-SCl-38, 286, -343, -428, -548, -581, -612, -671, -702. Co-PI on Ca-SCl-38, Ca-
SCl-732, Ca-SMa-84.

-Other Sites Excavated at: Hidden Cave, Nevada, EIP site, Stanford, Ca-Mnt-185H, Ca-SCl-7,
(Lick Mansion), Ca-SMa-97, Ca-SMa-218, Ca-SMa-238, Ca-SCr-132, Ca-SCr-177, Ano Nuevo
Mammoth site, Ca-SCr-9, Ca-Sac-42, Ca-Ala-428, Ca-Ala-479, Ca- SCl-64, -106, -178, -300.

-Adjunct Lecturer Department of Anthropology, SJSU: 1980-1985
-Adjunct Lecturer Department of Urban Planning, SJSU: 1993, 1996-1997
- Taught the following classes: Anthro. 196M - Prehistoric Lithic Industries; Anthro. 196O -
Contemporary Native American Issues; Anthro. 112 Indians of North America; Anthro.
196Q - Prehistory of the Bay Area; Anthro. 180 - Individual Studies; Anthro. 197 -
Supervised Field Work; Anthro. 195 - Archaeological Field/Lab Methods (co-taught); Urban
Planning/Anthropology 127- Urban Native American Issues and Policies.

-Faculty Advisor for the Native American Student Organization (NASO) 1980 - 1987;
-Coordinated and secured funding for several classes taught by Native Americans: Urban Indian
Issues, Mr. Al Cross, lecturer; Language and Culture of the Lakota Sioux, Ms. Claire Lamont.
-Coordinated South Bay Airlift for food and clothes to Big Mountain, Arizona and Black Hills,
South Dakota.
-Coordinated San Jose State Running Team and served as Captain for 3 years on the 500 Mile
American Indian Spiritual Run:
-Served as a Field Coordinator American Indian International Tribunal, DQ University, 1982.
-Coordinated and participated in Law for Native Students Conference, San Jose State University,
October, 1983.
-Published and contributed to SJSU Native American Student's Organization Newspaper Tciya
Times.]

1989 -1992 Instructor Ohlone College. Classes Taught : Anthropology 103 and 213 -
Archaeological Field Methods - Directed the excavation and analysis of prehistoric sites: Ca-
SCl-63, SCl-286, SCl-428, SCl-343, SCl-671 which was co-sponsored by the Muwekma Ohlone
and Amah-Mutsun Tribes. Anthropology 104 - Indians of North America. Survey of past and
contemporary Native American societies, including guest speakers from different tribes and
communities.

Publications, Articles, Reports and Manuscripts:

1974 (with David H. Thomas)
Teacher's Guide for the Gatecliff: An American Indian Rockshelter Film. National Geographic
Society, Washington, D.C.

1975 Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance of Squaw Valley Interceptor. Report on file,
Archaeological Survey, University of Nevada, Reno.

1976a A Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony. Bureau
of Indian Affairs. Report on file, Archaeological Survey, University of Nevada, Reno.
Vita - Alan Leventhal                 Publications and Reports            Page 4

1976b A Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance for Clearance On the Proposed Areas of
Land to be Acquired by the Reno International Airport. Report on file, Archaeological Survey,
Univ. of Nevada, Reno.

1976c A Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance for Clearance on San Emidio Road
Project. NAS Project #164N. Report on file, Arch. Survey, Univ. of Nevada, Reno.

1976d Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance of U.S. 50 from Junction U.S. 95A. East to
Main Street in Fallon. Report on file, Arch. Survey, Univ. of Nevada, Reno.

1976e A Preliminary Archaeological and Historical Reconnaissance for the Proposed Sewer
Line for the Fallen Leaf Lake Area. Report on file, Arch. Survey University of Nevada, Reno.

1976f (with David H. Thomas and Leonard Williams)
Additional Pinon Ecotone Settlements of the Reese River Valley. In, David H. Thomas and
Robert Bettinger (eds.), Prehistoric Pinon Ecotone Settlements of the Upper Reese River Valley.
Central Nevada. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History. Vol. 53:
Part 3. New York.

1977a (with Robert Elston)
A Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance for Clearance on the Proposed Land Acquisition
by the Reno International Airport. Report on file, Archaeological Survey, University of Nevada,
Reno.

1977b (with Robert Elston, Jonathan Davis and Cameron Covington)
The Archaeology of the Tahoe Reach of the Truckee River. Report on file, Archaeological
Survey, University of Nevada, Reno, pp. 202.

1978 Preliminary Reconnaissance of Six Drill Sites Rye Patch. Nevada. Report on file,
Archaeological Survey, University of Nevada, Reno.

1979a Analysis of the Flaked Lithic Materials and Analysis of Groundstones and Battered
Stones from Ca-Mnt-185. In, Archaeological Recovery Program: Site Ca-Mnt-185 Soberanes
Creek. Occasional Papers of Archaeological Resource Management, R. Cartier, ed.

1979b (with Robert Elston, Jonathan Davis and Margaret Miller)
Archaeology of the U.S. 395 Right of Way. Between Stead. Nevada and Hallelujah Junction.
Report on file, Nevada Arch. Survey, University of Nevada, Reno.

1979c Analysis of the Flaked Lithic Materials and Analysis of Groundstone from Ca-SCl-
300 and Ca-SCl-302. In, Archaeological Resources of the Wade Ranch. Occasional Papers of
Archaeological Resource Management, Robert Cartier, ed.

1979d (with Robert Elston, et al.)
Artifact Descriptions. In, Archaeology of the Painted Rock Site (26-Wa-2065). Nevada Mental
Health Institute. Glendale Road. Sparks. Nevada. Nevada Arch. Survey, University of Nevada,
Reno.

1980a Description of Surface Collection at Ca-SCl-341. In, Early Cultures and Rock Features
of the Santa Teresa Hills: Ca-SCl-64. Ca-SCl-106. and Ca-SCl-341. Santa Clara Valley Water
District, Robert Cartier, ed.

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1980b An Assessment of Non-Osteological Materials from Ca-SCl-125. In, Preliminary
Cultural Resource Evaluation Curie/Manila Drive Projects. Archaeological Resource
Management, R. Cartier, Principal.
1981 Photo Sequence - Knapping - Tool Manufacturing: Paleoanthropology In,
Understanding Physical, Anthropology and Archaeology by R. Jurmain, H. Nelson, H. Kurahina,
W. Turnbaugh, Ch. 10, pp. 272. West Press.

1982 (with Lorna Pierce)
A Descriptive Report of the Lithic Assemblage of Ca-SCr-94. In, Archaeological Resource
Management Report of Prehistoric Site: Ca- SCr-94. R. Cartier, Principal.

1983a (with Robert Jurmain)
Introduction. In, The Skeletal Biology of Ca-Ala-342. Robert Jurmain, ed. Coyote Press,
Salinas.

1983b (with Rebecca Anastasio; William Hildebrandt and John Lopez)
Lithic Results; Lithic Artifact Analysis Methodology; and Dating Results and Component
Definition: Sites Ca-SCl-178, 163, 241, and 237. In, Archaeological Research of the Southern
Santa Clara Valley Project: Sites: Ca-SCl-54. 163.178. 237 and 241 Located in the Route 101
Corridor. Santa Clara. Ca. Report on file with Caltrans.

1983c (with William Hildebrandt et al.)
Flaked Stone Manufacture and Use Patterns (Ch. 18). In, Archaeological Investigation on
Pilot Ridge, Six Rivers National Forest. William Hildebrandt and John Hayes, P.I.

1984a (with Raymond Laiwa III)
Analysis of Chert from Ca-Men-1163. In, Preservation Through Data Recovery:
Archaeological Investigation of Ca-Men-1163 at the Hills Ranch. Mendocino County. By Allan
Bramlette and Dave Fredrickson. Appendix III. Sonoma State University.

1984b A Collection From The San Jose Flea Market. In, Art Collectors In and Around The
Silicon Valley. Jan Rindfleisch, ed. Helen Euphrat Gallery, De Anza College, Cupertino, Ca.

1985a Artifact Descriptions. In, Results of an Archaeological Testing Program at Ca-Ala-343.
EIR prepared for Baker Sinclair Inc., Jeffrey Hall, Principal. Report on file SJSU.

1985b (with Nancy H. Olsen and Rosemary Cambra)
A Brief Ethnohistory and Genealogy of the Muwekma: Mission San Jose and Pleasanton
Rancheria Ohlone Families. In, Results of an Archaeological Testing Program at Ca-Ala-343.
EIR report prepared for Baker Sinclair Inc. Jeffrey Hall, Principal. Report on file San Jose State
University.

1986a (with George Seitz)
Lithic Analysis of Flaked Stone Materials From Site: Ca-SCr-93. In, Archaeological
Evaluation of the Sunflower House Site: Ca-SCr-93. Larry Bourdeau, P.I. Report on file with
the City of Santa Cruz Planning Dept., Ca.

1986b (with R. Jurmain, G. Smallwood, C. Vierke and L. Knott)
Historical Background and Analysis Human Skeletal Remains of Four Sailors From the Wreck of
the Sir John Franklin. January 17. 1865. Report on file Dept. of Parks and Recreation,
Sacramento, Ca.
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1987a (with Rosemary Cambra and Norma Sanchez)
Final Report on the Archaeological Data Recovery Program of a Portion of Prehistoric Site: Ca-
Ala-479, Union City, Ca. Report prepared for Union City Industrial Partners, Union City,
California.

1987b (with Rosemary Cambra and Norma Sanchez)
Final Report on the Human Skeletal Remains Recovered from Prehistoric Site: Ca-SMa-273.
Coyote Point Marina San Mateo. Ca. Report prepared for Department of General Services,
County of San Mateo, Redwood City, Ca.

1988a Analysis of Flaked Stone Materials. In, Archaeological Investigations at Elkhorn
Slough: Ca-Mnt-229 A Middle Period Site on the Central California Coast. Stephen Dietz,
William Hildebrandt and Terry Jones, Principal Investigators. Papers in Northern California
Anthropology. No. 3, March, 1988.

1988b Lithic Artifacts. In, Archaeological Excavation of Human Burials and a Rock Feature at
Ca-SCl-178. Jeffrey Bingham, ed.. Prepared for California Department of Transportation, San
Francisco, Ca.

1988c (with Rosemary Cambra, N. Sanchez and B. Domenech)
Final Report on the Archaeological Data Recovery Program of the Southern Portion of
Prehistoric Site: Ca-SCl-581. Lands of Oki. San Jose, California. Prepared for Citation Builders,
San Jose, Ca. Report on file at the Northwest Archaeological Site Inventory, Rohnert Park, Ca.

1988d (with Rosemary Cambra and Ben Ananian)
Subsurface Archaeological Test Excavation and Soils Report, Lands of Oyama. Report prepared
for Citation Builders, San Jose, Ca.

1988e (with Rosemary Cambra and Ben Ananian)
Archaeological Testing and Soils Report of the Sawamura Property. Report prepared for Citation
Builders, San Jose.

1989a (with George Seitz and Rikke Giles)
Analysis of Flaked and Groundstone Artifacts;
and (with Judy Carrico) Grave Associations. In, The Archaeological Excavation of Ca-SMa-
118. Bean Hollow State Beach San Mateo County. Ca. Department of Parks and Recreation,
State of California, Sacramento. Mark G. Hylkema, editor.

1989b (with Rosemary Cambra and Ben Ananian)
Results of the On-site Visual Survey and Archival/Literature Search for the Proposed Dickerson
Warehouse Project. 1990 Old Oakland Road. San Jose, California. Parcel AP # 244-22-14.
Report prepared for Joe G. Hernandez Associates, San Jose, Ca.

1989c (with Ben Ananian, R. Cambra and Norma Sanchez)
Final Report on the Archaeological Data Recovery Program Within a Portion of Prehistoric Site:
Ca-Ala-428/H. Sunol Regional Wilderness. Alameda County, California. Prepared for East Bay
Regional Park District, Oakland, Ca.




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1989d (with George Seitz)
Flaked and Ground/Battered Stone; and Experimental Archaeology: Mortar Replication
Study, Description and Analysis. In, Results of the General Development Plan Archaeological
Test Excavation Conducted at Ca-Mnt-185/H. Garrapata State Park. Big Sur District, Central
Coast Region, California Department of Parks and Recreation. Sacramento, California.

1989e (with Rosemary Cambra and Ben Ananian)
Results of the Visual On-Site Survey and Expanded Archive/Literature Search and Revised
Cultural Resource Management Recommendations for the Proposed Housing Project, Paula
Street, City of San Jose, California: Parcel # AP 264-5-31: Project (PDC 89-06-69). Report
prepared for Mr. Terence Winzl, Executive Director, First San Jose Housing, San Jose, Ca.

1990a (with Rosemary Cambra and Ben Ananian)
Subsurface Archaeological Test Excavations, Trenching. and Soils Report from the Lands of
Seet Ringwood Subdivision. City of San Jose. Santa Clara County, California. PDC 90-05-051.
Report prepared for Citation Homes, Santa Clara, California.

1990b (with Rosemary Cambra and Ben Ananian)
Results of the On-Site Visual Survey and Archival Literature Search for the Proposed
Development Project Located at 425 S. Market Street City of San Jose, Santa Clara County,
California. File # H 90-09-105. Report prepared for Mr. Jose Jimenez, President, Dura
Enterprises, 630 S. First Street, San Jose, Ca.

1991 (with Rosemary Cambra and Laura Jones)
Results of the On-Site Visual Survey and Archival Literature Search for the Proposed Sunset
Housing Project. San Jose. Ca. Prepared for Joe G. Hernandez Associates, San Jose, Ca.

1992a (with Rosemary Cambra and Laura Jones)
Results of the On-Site Visual Survey and Archival Literature Search for the Proposed Rincon
Housing Project San Jose. Ca. Prepared for Charlie Wynn, First San Jose Housing, San Jose, Ca.
1992b (with Renee Wright, Stephanie Nichols and Dan Cearly)
Analysis of Flake Stone Assemblages From Ca-SCl-690. In, Final Archaeological Report of
the Tamien Station Site. Ca-SCl-690. Mark Hylkema, editor. CalTrans, San Francisco, Ca.

1992c (with Les Field, Dolores Sanchez and R. Cambra)
A Contemporary Ohlone Tribal Revitalization Movement: A Perspective From the Muwekma
Costanoan/Ohlone Indians of the San Francisco Bay. In, California History. California
Historical Society. San Francisco, California .

1992d (with Les Field and Rosemary Cambra)
Results from a Presence/Absence Subsurface Archaeological Test Excavation Program on the
Eastern Portion of Prehistoric Site: Ca-SCl-548. 870 Hillsdale Avenue in the City of San Jose
Santa Clara County. California. Report prepared for CORE Development Inc., San Jose, Ca.

1992e (with Les Field, Dolores Sanchez and R. Cambra)
A Contemporary Ohlone Tribal Revitalization Movement: A Perspective From the Muwekma
Costanoan/Ohlone Indians of the San Francisco Bay. Muwekma Ohlone Press, San Jose,
California.

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1993a (with Les Field, Dolores Sanchez and R. Cambra)
A Contemporary Ohlone Tribal Revitalization Movement: A Perspective From the
Muwekma Costanoan/Ohlone Indians of the San Francisco Bay. In, Final Archaeological
Report of the Tamien Station Site, Ca-SCl-690. Mark Hylkema editor. Caltrans. San Francisco,
Ca.

1993b (with Laura Jones, Rosemary Cambra and N. Sanchez)
Results from a Presence/Absence Subsurface Archaeological Test Excavation Program on a
Portion of Prehistoric Site: Ca-SCl-38 (Alms House Mound) for the Proposed Construction of
Housing Unit Barracks M8 Located Within the Elmwood Correctional Facility City of Milpitas,
Santa Clara County, California. Report Prepared for the County of Santa Clara.

1993c (with Laura Jones, Rosemary Cambra and N. Sanchez)
Preliminary Results from a Presence/Absence Subsurface Archaeological Test Excavation
Program Conducted on the Northern Portion of Prehistoric Site: Ca-SCl-581 City of San Jose
Santa Clara County, California. Report prepared for Pacific Rim Financial Corporation, San
Jose, California.

1993d (with Rosemary Cambra and Laura Jones)
Results of the On-Site Visual Survey and Archival Literature Search for the Proposed Roadway
Improvement Project at the Intersection of Quimby Road and Capitol Expressway, City of San
Jose, Santa Clara County, California. Report prepared for the Evergreen Specific Plan.
1993e (with Rosemary Cambra, Norma Sanchez and Laura Jones)
Results of the Phase I On-Site Archaeological Monitoring Program Conducted on a Portion of
Lot 25, Located at the Southwest Intersection of West San Carlos Street and Almaden Boulevard,
Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County, California. Report prepared for the Redevelopment
Agency of San Jose.

1993f (with Beverly Domenech)
Analysis of the Flaked and Groundstone Tool Assemblage (1983 excavations; Chapter 8:110-
158). In, The Scotts Valley Site: CA-SCR-177. Robert Cartier, editor. Santa Cruz
Archaeological Society.

1994a (with Rosemary Cambra, Norma Sanchez and Laura Jones)
Results of the Phase II On-Site Archaeological Monitoring Program Conducted on a Portion of
Lot 25, Located at the Southwest Intersection of West San Carlos Street and Almaden Boulevard,
Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County, California. Report prepared for the Redevelopment
Agency of San Jose.

1994b (with Rosemary Cambra and Norma Sanchez)
Results of the Archaeological/Cultural Resources Evaluation and Archival Literature Search
Conducted on Three Proposed Sites for the Aromas/San Juan School District. Located at Salinas
Grade Road and Anzar Road. San Benito County. California. Report prepared for Environmental
Assessment and Planning, Santa Cruz, California.

1994c (with Rosemary Cambra, Norma Sanchez and Dan Cearly)
Results of the Archaeological Reconnaissance, Testing Program, and Archival Research
Conducted on Parcels 5 and 6 Located Along Quimby Road, and Parcel 7 Located Along Fowler
Road, Within the Evergreen Specific Plan District, City of San Jose, Santa Clara County,
California. Report prepared for Shapell Industries of Northern California, Milpitas, Ca.


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1994d (with Rosemary Cambra and Norma Sanchez)
Final Monitoring Report for Prehistoric Site Ca-SCl-548 Hillview Apartment Housing Project,
Located at the Intersection of Hillsdale and Pearl Avenues in the City of San Jose, Santa Clara
County, California. Report prepared for CORE Development, San Jose, Ca.

1994e (with Les Field, Henry Alvarez and Rosemary Cambra)
The Ohlone: Back From Extinction. In The Ohlone: Past and Present edited by Lowell John
Bean. Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 42. Menlo Park, California.

1995a (with Rosemary Cambra, Norma Sanchez and Susan Morley)
Results of the Archaeological Reconnaissance, Mechanical Backhoe Testing Program and
Archival Literature Search Conducted on Parcel 7 (APN 659-22-010) Located Along Quimby
Road, Within the Evergreen Specific Plan District, City of San Jose, Santa Clara County,
California. Report prepared for Charles W. Davidson Company, San Jose, California.

1995b (with Rosemary Cambra, Norma Sanchez and Susan Morley)
Results of the Archaeological Reconnaissance and Archival Literature Search Conducted on the
Esperanca Property Located at 4503 Cheeny Street, City of Santa Clara, Santa Clara County, Ca.
Report prepared for Jim Sullivan, Citation Homes Central, Santa Clara, Ca.

1995c (with Rosemary Cambra, Norma Sanchez and Elena Reese)
Results of a Phase I Presence/Absence Subsurface Archaeological Testing Program and Archival
Literature Search on the Vanguard Parcel Located at the Southeastern Corner of Benton and
Sherman Streets, City of Santa Clara, Santa Clara County, California. Report prepared for Mark
Robson, Santa Clara Development, Santa Clara, California.

1995d (with Rosemary Cambra, Norma Sanchez and Laura Jones)
Results of the On-Site Archaeological Monitoring Program Conducted on the Adobe Site
Project, Located at the Northeast Corner of Park Avenue and South River Street (Guadalupe
River), City of San Jose, Santa Clara County, California. Report prepared for the
Redevelopment Agency City of San Jose.

1995e (with Les Field and Joseph Mondragon)
Bridges Between Two Worlds: The Life of Ascencion Solorano De Cervantes, A Traditional
Mutsun Ohlone Doctor. Ms by Loyola Fortaine. Published by the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band of
Costanoan Indians.

1995f (with Allogan Slagle, Les Field, and Neil Hampton)
Muwekma Ohlone Tribal Petition - The Muwekma Tribe of Costanoan/Ohlone Indians
Petition for Status Clarification, or Federal Acknowledgment, Prepared for Submission to the
U.S. Department of the Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Acknowledgment and
Research. Petition submitted at the White House Meeting, Washington , D.C., January 25, 1995.

1995g (with Lorraine Escobar, Henry Alvarez, Dolores Galvan Lameira, Dolores Sanchez, Enos
Sanchez, Robert Sanchez, Sr. and Lawrence Thompson, Sr.)
Muwekma Ohlone Tribal Petition - Exhibit B: Historical and Genealogical Information on
the Muwekma Ohlone Lineages that Descend from the Aboriginal Tribes of the Greater San
Francisco Bay and from the Historic Indian Rancherias that Comprised the Verona Band at:
Alisal (Pleasanton), del Mocho (Livermore), San Lorenzo, El Molino (Niles), Sunol and Newark.
Submitted to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Acknowledgment and Research.


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1995h (with Les Field, Stan Underdal and Lorraine Escobar)
Ohlone Costanoan-Esselen Nation Tribal Petition - The Ohlone/Costanoan-Esselen Nation
Petition for Status Clarification, or Federal Acknowledgment. Petition submitted to the Bureau
of Indian Affairs, Branch of Acknowledgment and Research. Petition submitted at the White
House Meeting, Washington , D.C., January 25, 1995.

1996a (with Rosemary Cambra, Norma Sanchez and Susan Morley)
Results of the Archaeological Reconnaissance, Mechanical Backhoe Testing Program and
Archival Literature Search Conducted on the Southeastern Portion of Parcel 9 (APN 659-22-8)
Located Between Quimby and Chaboya Roads, Within the Evergreen Specific Plan District, City
of San Jose, Santa Clara County, California. Report prepared for Hencken Development
Consultants, San Jose, California.

1996b (with Rosemary Cambra, Laura Jones, Julia Hammett, Les Field, Norma Sanchez and
        Robert Jurmain)
Archaeological Investigations at Kaphan Umux, the Three Wolves Site, CA-SCL-732: A Middle
Period Prehistoric Cemetery on Coyote Creek in Southern San Jose, Santa Clara County,
California. Report prepared for the Santa Clara county Traffic Authority and the California
Department of Transportation, District 4 for the Highway 85 Riparian Mitigation Project at
Silicon Valley Road and Highway 101.

1997 (with Julia Hammett, Susanne Rodriguez, Rosemary Cambra and Ann Chalfant)
The Story of the Archaeology at Kaphan Umux, Three Wolves Site, San Jose, California. Report
prepared for the Santa Clara county Traffic Authority and the California Department of
Transportation, District 4 for the Highway 85 Riparian Mitigation Project at Silicon Valley Road
and Highway 101

Papers Presented at Professional Meetings:

1976 Thomas' Projectile Point Key Applied to Martis Point Typology for the Truckee,
California Area. Presented at the Great Basin Anthropological Annual Conference. Las Vegas,
Nevada.

1981a (with Gary Parsons) Three papers presented at the Society for California Archaeology
Annual Meeting, Bakersfield, California, April 1981:

       1. Fingerprinting Monterey Banded Chert
       2. Thermal Alteration of Monterey Banded Chert
       3. Endothermic Reaction of Clay from the Holiday Inn Site: Ca-SCl-128.

1981b Review of Lithic Material Recovered from Highway 101 Bypass Excavations. South San
Jose. Presented at Society for American Archaeology Annual Meetings, San Diego, Ca. May.

1982 (with R. Jurmain, L. Knott, G. Smallwood & C. Snyder)
A Preliminary Overview of the Data Recovery and History of the Wreck of the Sir John Franklin,
1865. Santa Cruz Archaeological Society Meeting. December.
1984 A Progress Report on Ca-SCr-177, Scotts Valley Lithics. Presented at the Society for
California Archaeology Northern Data Sharing Meetings, Aptos., October.

1985 A Report on the Lithics and Groundstone Assemblage from Ca-SCr-177, Scott's Valley
Site: With a Reinterpretation of Its Temporal Assignment. Presented at the Society for California
Archaeological Annual Meetings, San Diego, Ca.. March 28.
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1986a Archaeological Context and Chronology of Ca-Ala-329: An Introduction. Presented at the
2nd Costanoan Osteological Symposium, San Jose State University, Ca. March 14.

1986b (with George Seitz and Mark Hylkema)
A Report on Biface Manufacturing Stages From Site: Ca-SMa-218, Ano Nuevo, The Harris
Collection. Presented at the Society for California Archaeological Annual Meetings. Santa
Rosa, Ca., March 28.

1986c (with Robert Jurmain, Gail Smallwood, Carole Vierke and Les Knott)
Historical Background and Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains of Four Sailors from the Wreck
of the Sir John Franklin. Jan. 17.1865. Presented at the Society for California Archaeological
Annual Meetings. Santa Rosa, Ca. March 28.

1986d (with Mark Hylkema and George Seitz)
A Report on a Cache of Mortar Manufacturing Stone Tools Recovered from Site: Ca-Mnt-185H,
Soberanes Creek. Presented at the Society for California Archaeological Meeting, Santa Rosa,
Ca. March 28.

1986e Native American Common Goals Symposium
Responsibilities of the Anthropological and CRM Communities to Native Ohlone Descendants
In the Bay Area with a Brief Ethnohistory of the Pleasanton Rancheria Ohlones. Presented at the
Society for California Archaeological Annual Meetings, Santa Rosa, Ca. March 28.

1986f Introduction to the Chronology and Excavation History of Ca-Ala-329. Presented at the
Society for California Archaeological Meeting, Santa Rosa, Ca. March 29.

1986g (with Anton Musladin and Robert Jurmain)
Projectile Wounds in the Ca-Ala-329 Population. Presented at the Society for California
Archaeological Annual Meetings. Santa Rosa, Ca. March 29.

1988a A Reinterpretation of Bay Area Shell Mounds: A View From the Mortuary Complex
From Site Ca-Ala-329, The Ryan Mound. Presented at the Society for California Archaeology
Northern Data Sharing Meetings. Sacramento, Ca., October 15.

1988b (with Rosemary Cambra)
Our Ancestral Remains and Cultural Heritage of the Past: Our Religious Rights and
Responsibilities of Today - The Role and Concerns of Native American Descendants Toward
Cultural Resource Management, Scientific Inquiry, and the Law: A View from the
Costanoan/Ohlone Indians. Paper presented at the Native California Indian Conference.
Berkeley, Ca. November.

1992a (with Rosemary Cambra, Irene Zwierlein, Joseph Mondragon, Anthony Miranda and
       Allogan Slagle)
Anthropology: A Continued Process of Colonialism or Indians are Still Only Objects to Study.
Presentation given to the 63rd Annual Meeting, Southwestern Anthropological Association.
Berkeley, Ca. April.

1992b (with Rosemary Cambra and Norma Sanchez)
An Overview of Muwekma Ohlone History and Heritage in Light of the Quincentennial.
Presentation given to the International Treaty Council Conference, October 14, 1992, San
Francisco State University, San Francisco, Ca.

Vita - Alan Leventhal               Papers (continued)                          Page 12

1992c (with H. Alvarez, D. Galvan Lameria, R. Cambra, J. Mondragon and I. Zweirlein)
Back From Extinction: The Cultural Heritage. Biological Continuity and Contemporary
Revitalization of the Muwekma Ohlone, Amah-Mutsun and Carmel Mission Band of Costanoan
and Esselen Indians. Presented at the Ohlone Indians of the Bay Area: A Continuing Tradition
Scholar's Conference. Hayward State University, Hayward, California.

1992d (with Arnold Sanchez)
An Overview of Ohlone Prehistory Ethnohistory and Heritage: Historic and Contemporary
Cultural Resource Issues Confronting The Muwekma Ohlone Indians of the San Francisco Bay.
Presented at the American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers (AICAE), November 19,
Tiburon, California.

1993a (with Rosemary Cambra)
Some Environmental and Political Concerns: A Perspective from the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe.
Presented at EDGE: The Alliance of Ethnic and Environmental Organizations Conference, Jan.
15.

1993b Discussant and participant on Curriculum Inclusion; Cultural Preservation; and the Future
of American Indian Studies and Bilingualism; and Repatriation of American Indian Artifacts and
Remains on CSU Campuses. Presented at Symposium on the Status of the American Indian in
the CSU. January 22-24, Long Beach, California.

1993c (with Rosemary Cambra)
Overview of California Indian Prehistory and History: A View From the Ohlone Indians of the
San Francisco Bay Region. Presented to the Oakland Unified School District Teacher's Training
Progam. October 21, 1993.

1993d (with Rosemary Cambra)
Muwekma Ohlone Indians of the San Francisco Bay: Cultural Survivors. Presented at
theNational Recreation and Park Association Congress Educational and Training Conference.
October 20-24, San Jose, Ca.

1994a (with Albert Galvan)
The Muwekma Ohlone Indians of the San Francisco Bay.             Presented at the Museums at
Blackhawk, April 24. Danville, Ca.

1994b (with Lorraine Escobar, Joseph Mondragon and Albert Galvan)
The Cultural Revitalization and Federal Acknowledgment of Three Costanoan Tribes: A View
from the Families of Harrington's Linguistic and Cultural Consultants. Presented at the Third J.
P. Harrington Conference, Mission San Juan Capistrano, August 6.

1997a (with Rosemary Cambra)
Invisible Minorities: Native American Students.      Presented at the Educational Equity
Enhancement Day for the College of Social Sciences, San Jose State University. Westin Hotel,
Santa Clara, Ca. January 21.

1997b (with Rosemary Cambra)
Native Americans, Politics, and Scholarship: Crafting a New Agenda - Intercultural
Communication. The Western States Communication Association National Meeting, Monterey,
Ca. February 14-18.



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1997c Ohlone Indians of the San Francisco and Monterey Bay Region: A 10,000 Year Overview.
Presented at the Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Society of Santa Clara Meetings, National
Hispanic University, San Jose, Ca. April 12.

1997d (with Susanne Rodriguez)
Site Context: Archaeological Excavation at the Yukisma Site, CA-SCL-38. Presented at
Costanoan Osteology III Symposium. Department of Anthropology, San Jose State University.
Oct. 18.

1998
Shattering the Myth of the Unacknowledged Tribes of California - or - the Search for Previous
Unambiguous Federal Recognition: The Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay as a
Test Case. Presented at California Indian Conference, San Francisco State University, San
Francisco Ca. February 27-18.

Awards/Scholarships:
1972 $360.00 scholarship award, City College of New York for tuition for the Nevada
Archaeological Field School, University of Nevada/Nevada State Museum, Summer 1972.
1982 (with William Hildebrandt)
$400.00 grant awarded by the University Foundation Grant Program for research, Absolute
Dating of an Early Occupation on the Central California Coast.

1985 Santa Clara County Human Relations Commission Award of Special Merit for work in
the Native American and Chicano Communities.

1985 Resolution of Commendation issued by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa
Clara for work in the area of human rights and human relations.

1986 KRON-TV FOR THOSE WHO CARE Certificate of Recognition for volunteer work in
the Native American and Chicano communities.

1988 Sourisseau Academy, S.J.S.U. $495.00 for Radiocarbon dating of Site Ca-Ala-329, the
Ryan Mound.

1989 Recipient of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Good Neighbor Award from the National
Conference of Christians and Jews, Santa Clara County Region.

1992 East Bay Regional Parks District $1200.00 grant for radiocarbon dating of prehistoric site:
Ca-Ala-329.

1994a Human Relation Award of Special Merit for human rights issues confronting
California Indians. Issued by the Human Relations Commission of Santa Clara County on
February 24, 1994

1994b Resolution of Commendation by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Clara
for work in the area of human rights and human relations with Native Americans.




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Museum and Professional Consulting

1987 (with Randall Milliken and Rosemary Cambra)
Contributing co-author and consultant on the Interpretative Recommendations and Background
Report for the East Bay Regional Park District. Ohlone Indian exhibit at the Coyote Hills
Museum, East Bay Regional Parks, Newark, Ca.
1988 Consultant for the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe on PBS Documentary The Voice of the
Planet.

1989 Consultant to Triton Museum on the Austen Warburton Native American Collection and
Ohlone Families Days. Triton Museum, Santa Clara, Ca.

1990 Consultant to the Children's Discovery Museum Ohlone 1992 Indian Display and
workshop on Ohlone Indians of the S.F. Bay. Children's Discovery Museum, San Jose, Ca.

1991 Consultant for the Native American Cultural Education.

1992 Native American Workshops. Sponsored by the Redevelopment Agency of the City of
San Jose. Presented by Ohlone Families Consulting Services.

1992 Consultant with the Muwekma Ohlones on the Ohlone Exhibition for the Indigenous
California Women's Conference University of Santa Cruz, Ca.

1992 Consultant to the C.E. Smith Anthropology Museum Exhibition, The Ohlone Indians of
the Bay Area: A Continuing Tradition. Hayward State University. Dr. Lowell Bean, Professor of
Anthropology.

1992-present - Consultant with the Amah-Mutsun and Muwekma Ohlone tribes to the
Department of Parks and Recreation, Santa Clara County on the development of a Master Plan
for the Chitactac-Adams County Park. Lauren Harvey and Mark Frederick Park Planners.

1993 (with Rosemary Cambra)
Consultant to the Valley of Unity World in Crisis Exhibit at the Triton Museum. Co-wrote
introductory text for Valley of Unity portion of exhibition. September 10 - October 22, 1993.
Triton Museum of Art, City of Santa Clara, California.

1994a (with Albert Galvan)
Consultant-Task Force Member to Museums at Blackhawk. Native American event: Blackhawk
Before. Public Native American cultural events celebrating the Sac and Fox tribes and the
aboriginal tribes of California; slide presentation on the Muwekma Ohlone People of the San
Francisco Bay region. April 24.

1994b (with Rosemary Cambra)
Consultant to Redevelopment Agency, City of San Jose. Co-wrote the historical information text
for the Commemoration of the History of San Jose: The Muwekma Ohlone; The Spanish
Empire; The Mexican `Federal Republic; The State of California; The United States of
America. May 13, San Jose, California.

1994c (with Loretta Escobar Wyer and Rosemary Cambra)
- Concept contributor to the Costanoan/Ohlone holocaust exhibition in the Anne Frank in the
World Exhibit.
Vita - Alan Leventhal       Community Work/Consulting (continued)              Page 15

- Moderator and presenter in Crisis In America: Native American and Environmental Issues
in the 90's. Presenters included: Rosemary Cambra (Muwekma Ohlone Tribe); Joe Loya
(Torres-Martinez Reservation); Loretta Escobar Wyer (Esselen Nation); Chante Westerman
(International Treaty Council). Anne Frank in the World Exhibit, Menlo Park, Ca. October 20.

1994d Consultant and Researcher on Back From Extinction: The Muwekma Ohlone Indians
of the San Francisco Bay. Educational Video, produced and filmed by Robert Gliner for the
Muwekma Ohlone Tribe.

1995 Consultant on the naming of a low-cost housing project Sun Gate Terrace Apartments at
2555 East 14th St., Oakland California honoring the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe. The East Bay
Asian Local Development Corporation and the San Antonio Community development
Corporation requested to translate Sun Gate Terrace in to the East Bay Ohlone Language and add
the name Hismen Hin-Nu (Sun Gate) to the apartment complex. Opening and dedication was
attended by congressional representatives, Mayo of Oakland and Muwekma tribal
representatives. July 20.

1995-1997 Consultant to the City of San Jose on Ohlone Way of Life public art project.
Sponsored through the Redevelopment Agency, City of San Jose.

1996-1997 Consultant to the Campbell Union School District, Sherman Oaks Elementary
School for naming and providing informational text for school building based upon Muwekma
Ohlone language and cosmology. Peggy Bryan, Principal.

1998 Consultant to ACCIP and Department of the Interior - BIA Task Force to draft up a legal
framework for California Tribes in general and Muwekma and Tsnungwe Tribes specifically,
based upon "previous unambiguous Federal recognition" (February 18-19).

Community Work:

January 1980 - April 1981- Hosted and chaired local Bay Area Archaeological community
meetings.

December 1981- April 1989 Chairman of the Board, MOSQUITOS EAST SIDE ACTION
CLUB, A UNITED WAY AGENCY for inner city youth at risk.

October 1981- Present - Consultant to the Muwekma Tribe of Ohlone/Costanoan Indians of the
San Francisco Bay.

September 1982 - June 1988, 1996 - Cultural Instructor, 4 Winds Alcohol Recovery Program,
Indian Center, San Jose, Ca.
March 1987 - December 1992 Board Member of Muwekma Indian Cultural Association. Non-
profit Ohlone Indian Association.

April 1987 - Present - Tribal Archaeologist and Ethnohistorian for the Muwekma, Amah-Mutsun
Costanoan/Ohlone Tribes and Esselen Nation of the Monterey Bay region. Currently working on
the Federal Acknowledgment process involving 32 tribes through the Confederation of
Aboriginal Nations of California.

April 1991- Co-coordinated Native American "Red Road Health Conference" at SJSU with the
Indian Health Service of San Jose.

Vita - Alan Leventhal                Vita (continued)                             Page 16

August 1993 - Co-coordinated with the Muwekma, Amah-Mutsun Ohlone tribes and Esselen
Nation the Second Annual California Indian Consultation Meeting for Federal Reinstatement and
Recognition at San Jose State University.

1994 - Present - Volunteer on the Recognition Task Force of the Congressionally created
Advisory Council on California Indian Policy (HR 2144).

1997 - Key presenter for tribes attending the Advisory Council for California Indian Policy's
workshop on "Previous Unambiguous Federal Recognition" held at the San Francisco Presidio.

Teaching Credentials:

 June 8, 1981-     Community College Limited Service Credential Subject Matter Area: Ethnic
                   Studies for Foothill/De Anza Community College District Credential No.
                   22l0 Lev 001, No. 258833 Valid for Life.

 April 27, 1989 - Community College Limited Service Credential
                  Subject Matter Area: Anthropology Fremont/Newark
                  Community College District Credential No. 346093

Guest Lectures:

Lectured at the following Universities and Colleges: Stanford; Santa Clara; University of Hawaii,
Hilo; University of Nevada, Reno; UC Santa Cruz; UC Berkeley; San Francisco State; Hayward
State; DQ University; West Valley; De Anza; Foothill; Chabot; Ohlone and Evergreen
Community Colleges.

1978 - Present - guest lecturer on various Native American topics and issues in the following San
Jose State University departments: African-American Studies, American Studies, Asian-
American Studies, Anthropology, Communication Studies, Education, Environmental Studies,
History, Journalism, Political Science, Religious Studies, Social Sciences, Sociology, and Urban
Planning.
Languages:

Spanish, reading and speaking good;
Swahili, reading and speaking fair;
Lakota/Sioux, reading and speaking fair;
Working knowledge of the Costanoan/Ohlone languages

Professional Societies:

Member - Society for California Archaeology;
Former Member - Society for American Archaeology

								
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