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Upland adaptations in Lower Glen Canyon during the Archaic and Pueblo periods

Paul F. Reed

Upland adaptations in Lower Glen Canyon during the Archaic and Pueblo periods

archaeological data recovery at 20 sites along the Antelope Point Road (Route N22B) near Page, Arizona

by Paul F. Reed

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Published by Navajo Nation Archaeology Dept. in Window Rock, Ariz .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.),
  • Arizona,
  • Arizona.
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Antiquities.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona.,
    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Paul F. Reed.
      SeriesNavajo Nation papers in anthropology ;, no. 28
      ContributionsKlesert, Anthony L., Navajo Tribe. Archaeology Dept., Navajo Tribe. Historic Preservation Dept., United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Navajo Area Office.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.A7 R45 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 282 p. :
      Number of Pages282
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1032870M
      LC Control Number93226255
      OCLC/WorldCa29338197

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Upland adaptations in Lower Glen Canyon during the Archaic and Pueblo periods: archaeological data recovery at 20 sites along the Antelope Point Road (Route N22B) near Page, Arizona Author: Paul F Reed ; Anthony L Klesert ; Navajo Nation, Arizona, New Mexico & Utah.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paul F Reed. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area preserves a record of more t years of human presence, adaptation, and exploration This place remains significant for Upland adaptations in Lower Glen Canyon during the Archaic and Pueblo periods book descendant communities, providing opportunities for people to connect with cultural values and associations that are both ancient and contemporary.

THE DAN CANYON BURIAL, 42SA, A Pill BURIAL IN GLEN CANYON NATIONAL RECREATION AREA by Steve Dominguez Karl J. Reinhard Kari L. Sandness Cherie A. Edwards Dennis Danielson with an introduction by F.A. Calabrese and Chris Kincaid Midwest Archeological Center Occasional Studies in Anthropology No Series Editor F.A.

Calabrese. Historic Photo Journal, to of Glen Canyon of the Colorado River, Utah and Arizona. This beautiful canyon was drowned by the building of Glen Canyon Dam, January, This book takes us back in time to visit the canyon as if we were on the river with photos and quotations from more than 50 different contributors/5(5).

Full text of "Cultural diversity and adaptation: the Archaic, Anasazi, and Navajo occupation of the upper San Juan Basin" See other formats. Archaic Food. During the Archaic period, people continued their hunter-gatherer lifestyle. But when the climate changed at the end of the Ice Age, so did the types of wild animals and plants that people relied on for their food.

Archaic people hunted animals that are familiar to us today, including deer, elk, and bighorn sheep. the Glen Canyon area of southeastern Utah (Lindsay ) dating to ca. A.D. Considering the forgoing in relation to Woodson’s () findings at the nearby GoatAuthor: James A.

Neely. Geib,Appendix F: A preliminary study of patina on Antelope Point flaked lithics by electron microprobe analysis: in Reed, P.

F., ed., Upland Adaptations in Lower Glen Canyon during the Archaic and Pueblo Periods: Navajo Nation Papers in Anthropology Changing river; time, culture, and the transformation of landscape in the Grand Canyon—a regional research design for the study of cultural resources along the Colorado River in lower Glen Canyon and Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona: Statistical Research, Inc., prepared for the U.

Effects of Small-Scale Prehistoric Runoff Agriculture on Soil Fertility: The Developing Picture from Upland Terraces in the American Southwest Survey and excavations in Lower Glen Canyon Author: Alan Sullivan.

PDF | The Dan Canyon burial was discovered at a time when the philosophy, ethics, and legislation concerning the study of human remains are in a state |. "Chihuahua culture" refers to two prehistoric periods of ceramic agricultural occupation in northwestern Mexico.

It has long been known that the Medio period (ca. complexformswith&more&efficient&vascular&systems,&rootsfor&support&andnutrient&absorption,&and antsevolvedlaterintheDevonian.

Full text of "People of the desert, canyons, and pines:prehistory of the Patayan country in west central Arizona" See other formats. The park is not a canyon. Rather, it is a spectacular series of 14 huge amphitheaters, each of which is carved at least 1, feet into the chromatic limestone of the Paunsaugunt Plateau.

Thus, the geological features of Bryce Canyon represent the park's principal distinction. During the course of summarizing the radiocarbon record for Archaic occupancy of the Glen Canyon region (Geib ), I became interested in attempting to. Canyoneering 3: Loop Hikes in Utah’s Escalante [Allen, Steve] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Canyoneering 3: Loop Hikes in Utah’s Escalante/5(19). Full text of "On the great American plateau; wanderings among canyons and buttes, in the land of the cliff-dweller, and the Indian of to-day" See other formats. Reports A FINAL TABULATION OF SITES RECORDED IN THE GREATER GLEN CANYON AREA BY THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH DURING THE GLEN CANYON PROJECT Alan R.

Schroedl and Daniel K. Newsome, PAssociates, Inc. The case for conflict during the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric periods in the Western Pueblo area of the American Southwest. In Tkaczuk, D.

C., and Vivian B. (eds.), Cultures in Conflict: Current Anthropological Perspectives, Archaeological Association of the University of Calgary, Calgary, pp.

–Cited by: Reports on the more than archaeological sites found during the survey of the Death Valley salt pan. A number of these were excavated: five rock mounds, five storage pits, one.

Glen Canyon Dam - Lake Powell Held behind the Bureau of Reclamation's Glen Canyon Dam, waters of the Colorado River and tributaries are backed up almost miles, forming Lake Powell.

The dam was completed in Take a look at this tremendous feat of engineering - the Glen Canyon Dam. Canyon de Chelly National Monument. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Archaeology at Woods Canyon Pueblo Fourth Grade Study Guide (continued) 3. On the left is a photograph of an year-old pottery mug. The mug’s designer made it beautiful by decorating it with important symbols and designs. Next to this ancient mug is the outline of another mug. Decorate this mug with symbols and designs that are important.

of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah Project #NAN. Sev­ eral college students from Western State College in Colorado (Dean Brian, Matt How, Cathy Arvey, and Mike Donaldson) were hiking in the area when Dean Brian discovered the pot.

Aware of the possible significance of such a find, Matt How immediately. Before the construction of Glen Canyon Dam, as the river left Cataract Canyon near the southeastern corner of Garfield County, its course again.

The Grand Canyon is a river valley in the Colorado Plateau that exposes uplifted Proterozoic and Paleozoic strata, and is also one of the six distinct physiographic sections of the Colorado Plateau province.

Even though It is not the deepest canyon in the world (Kali Gandaki Gorge in Nepal is much deeper), the Grand Canyon is known for its visually overwhelming size and its intricate Age: 5–6 million years.

Eighth Grade Study Guide. Archaeological Research Question: Why did the ancient Pueblo people choose to live at Woods Canyon Pueblo. Introduction: Your challenge is to explore five theories about why the ancient Pueblo people lived in this remote and rugged canyon more than years they choose to build their village in this location for reasons related to farming.

Americam Anthropologist [67, associated with many Pueblo I traits-post and mud walls, wall base slabs, Kia- tuthlanna Black-on-white, Red Mesa Black-on-white, neck-banded pottery (and no all-over corrugated) in the eight feet of Old Bonitian trash, and the crescent-shaped village plan is reminiscent of the Pueblo I villages of Alkali Ridge and Mesa by: 1.

Archaic-era Abstract-Geometric paintings on an alcove wall and ceiling. Anthropomorphic (resembling Glen Canyon Style 5) and Abstract-Geometric petroglyphs on a large tilted boulder shown in the present vertical position and as it would have appeared when horizontal.

Note the smaller, upright. The proximity of Pueblo III sites to natural water sources and the common occurrence of Pueblo III water-control features demonstrate that access to, and management of, water was a primary concern of the people living in the Mesa Verde region during this time (Haase *, 20, 24).

Pueblo II Anasazi. Comparisons include late Archaic, Anasazi, and Fremont styles. The culture history of the area is briefly discussed to provide background on the people who created the rock art in Snake Gulch. Although humans have inhabited the Arizona Strip during the l years, evidence indicates that the rock art in.

The Colorado Plateau, also called the Colorado Plateau Province, is a physiographic region of the Intermontane Plateaus, roughly centered on the Four Corners region of the southwestern United province covers an area ofkm 2 (, mi 2) within western Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, southern and eastern Utah, and northern Arizona.

It took four attempts by the author, project head and legendary archaeologist Jesse D. Jennings, to write this summary of what was accomplished in Glen Canyon, and this book was worth the wait.

Actually this book is a reprint, in book form, of the original journal publication. Ancient Pueblo adapted to the environ-mental variability of the Colorado Pla-teau by adjusting their agricultural, hunt-ing and gathering habits to the natural resources available.

Ancient Pueblo from Glen Canyon, Utah, had a slightly dif-ferent dietary tradition from those of In-scription House, Arizona; those of Mesa. Major archeological site concentrations occur in such diverse areas as the upper San Juan River drainage, Chaco Canyon, Canyon de Chelley, the Hopi Buttes, and as far north as Glen Canyon.

Full text of "Contributions to the prehistory of southeastern Utah" See other formats.The bulk of the book details the different prehistoric periods including the Paleoindian and archaic periods (Ch.

4), the Basketmaker periods (Ch. 5 and 6), the Pueblo periods .Unaweep Canyon is a geologically unique canyon ebook cuts across the Uncompahgre Plateau, Mesa County, in western ebook unique because two creeks, East Creek and West Creek, flow out of opposite ends of the canyon, separated by the almost imperceptible Unaweep Divide.

State Highway runs inside Unaweep Canyon between Whitewater and Gateway, one Location: Unaweep Canyon, Mesa County, Colorado.