2 edition of Prehistory of the St. Johns area, east-central Arizona found in the catalog.
Prehistory of the St. Johns area, east-central Arizona
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|Statement||prepared for the Tucson Electric Power Company by Deborah A. Westfall ; contributions by Walter H. Birkby ... [et al.] ; submitted by Cultural Resource Management Division, Arizona State Museum, the University of Arizona to the Tucson Electric Power Company.|
|Series||Archaeological series -- no. 153., Archaeological series (Tucson, Ariz.) -- no. 153.|
|Contributions||Birkby, Walter H., Arizona State Museum. Cultural Resource Management Division., Tucson Electric Power Company.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 459 p. :|
|Number of Pages||459|
The Museum of Northern Arizona conducted archaeological investigations for the Salt River Project near St. Johns, Arizona. The excavation of 18 sites yielded architectural, ceramic, and lithic evidence in support of a general Anasazi cultural pattern. Nine sites showed definite ceramic affiliation with the . The area inventoried included both deeded and Arizona State Trust lands. The survey was conducted entirely within the confines of the Hinkson Ranch, and permission for the survey was generously granted by Mrs. Everett Hinkson of St. Johns. The survey was conducted between July 8 and Aug
Bannister, B. and W. J. Robinson Tree-Ring Dates from Arizona U-W: Gila-Salt Rivers Area. Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, The University of Arizona, Tucson. Dean, J. S. Tree-Ring Dates from NA and NA In: Archaeology of the Arizona Public Service Company KV Line, by A. P. Olson, pp. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more.
lies between the Mogollon area to south and west, Zuni and the Chaco divisions of the Pueblo culture to the north, the Rio Grande on the east, and Sinagua and Cohonia cultures to the northwest. It em- braces the upper reaches of Little Colo- rado drainage in the vicinity of Springerville and St. Johns, Arizona. The long history of field research at Grasshopper, a massive, room pueblo in an isolated mountain meadow in east-central Arizona, has produced a wealth of architectural information. Drawing on this extensive research, Charles Riggs reconstructs the pueblo, and provides a glimpse into the everyday life of the community at a critical time in.
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Prehistory of the St. Johns Area, East-central Arizona The University of Arizona Press. The University of Arizona Press E. University Blvd. Prehistory of the St. Johns Area, East-central Arizona: The TEP St.
Johns Project (ASM Archaeological Series) Paperback – January 1, by Deborah A. Westfall (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Deborah A. Westfall. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Westfall, Deborah.
Prehistory of the St. Johns area, east-central Arizona. [Tucson]: Cultural Resource East-central Arizona book Division, Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona. Prehistory of the St.
Johns Area, East-central Arizona - The TEP St. Johns Project. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series. The University of Arizona Press is pleased to distribute titles in the Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series, a scholarly, peer-reviewed, monograph series focused on the archaeology of northwest Mexico and the southwestern United States.
In Prehistory of the St. Johns Area, East-Central Arizona: The TEP St. Johns Project, edited by Deborah Westfall, pp.Archaeological Series No. Arizona State Museum, Tucson. Jan. Johns Project Lithic Analysis.
In Prehistory of the St. Johns Area, East-Central Arizona: The TEP St. Johns This book demonstrates the importance of concepts of time with excellent discussions. An illustration of an open book.
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Software An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Chapters in the prehistory of eastern Arizona". Jororo – A small tribe in the upper St. Johns River watershed, related to the Mayacas, and taken into the Spanish mission system late in the 17th century.
Keys Indians – Name given by the Spanish to Indians living in the Florida Keys in the middle of the 18th century, probably consisted of Calusa and refugees from other tribes to the north. While most archies are more familiar with C. Moore, he wasn’t the first here to excavate.
Jeffries Wyman is credited as the first archaeologist along the river with explorations dating back to the s. In he published “On the Fresh-Water Shell-Heaps of the St.
Johns River, East Florida” in The American Naturalist. Suzanne K. Fish is a Research Archaeologist at the Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona. She has specialized in Hohokam archaeology for more than ten years; other areas of professional emphasis include ethnobotany, settlement patterns, and Mesoamerican prehistory/5(4).
Prehistory of the St. Johns Area, East-Central Arizona: The TEP St. Johns Project by Deborah Westfall Prehistory of the St.
Johns Area, East-Central Arizona: The TEP St. Johns Project by Deborah Westfall (pp. The Ceramic Assemblage. In Pre-history??. of the St. Johns Area, East-Central Arizona. The TEP St. Johns Project, edited by D. Westfall, pp. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series No.
University of Arizona, Tucson. Ceramics and Ideology: Salado Polychrome Pottery. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. Author: Lister, Robert H. () Publisher: American Antiquity (offprint) Pub Date: Binding: Paperback (no covers) Condition: 2 copies.
Copy 1 (FL): Good. Stapled binding tight. No marks, tears, bends or folds. Slight wear to lower rear cover corner. No covers. Copy 2 (FL): Good. Stapled binding tight, though upper staple appears to be wearing. Patricia L.
Crown received her A.B. from the University of Pennsylvania inand her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Arizona in She held teaching positions at Southern Methodist University and Arizona State University, and has been on the faculty at the University of New Mexico sincewhere she is a Distinguished /5(2).
The joint site: a preliminary report \/ John A. Hanson and Michael B. Schiffer -- VII. Stress response in cultural systems: a prehistoric example from east-central Arizona \/ John A. Hanson -- VIII. Behavioral chain analysis: activities, organization, and the use of space \/ Michael B.
Schiffer -- IX. The site reports represent northern Arizona locations generally, with some areas featuring extensive depth and research (Lyman Lake, St.
Johns, Arizona Rancho Hotel in Holbrook, AZ., Lower Little Colorado River (region), Flagstaff Old Town/Downtown, Northern Arizona University's Historic North Campus and Williams, AZ. The First Presbyterian Church in Phoenix, Arizona, is a historic church designed by architect Norman F.
d at W. Monroe Street, the church was built inin the Spanish Colonial Revival was added to the National Register of Historic Places in It is a U-shaped building by feet (30 m × 30 m) in plan. TEP St. Johns Project Lithic Analysis. In Prehistory of the St.
Johns Area, East Central Arizona: the TEP St. Johns Project, by Deborah A. Westfall, pp. Arizona State Museum, Archaeological Series No. University of Arizona, Tucson. Rozen, Kenneth C., and Alan P. Sullivan, III The Nature of Llthic Reduction and Llthlc.
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By shifting 'the body' into the realm of material culture, Sofaer proposes to combine the study of the diversity and biological fluidity of human skeletons with that of their intersubjectivity and materiality.
For those archaeologists who 'switch off' at the thought of theories of the body, sex, gender and age, this book is an essential read.The Ceramic Assemblage. In Prehistory of the St. John's Area, East Central Arizona: The TEP St Johns Project.
edited by D. A. Westfall, pp Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series No. Tucson. Doyel, David E.5 - EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA IN THE 27TH STATE(——) PART ONE Florida became a state on March 3, That same year, Samuel Augustus Mitchell completed a Florida map that depicted Orange and St.
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