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The Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley

Harold S. Gladwin

The Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley

by Harold S. Gladwin

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Published by Priv. print. for Gila pueblo in Globe, Ariz .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico,
  • New Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- New Mexico.,
    • New Mexico -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 153-156.

      Statementby Harold Sterling Gladwin.
      SeriesMedallion papers,, no. 33
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF798 .G5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 159 p.
      Number of Pages159
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6500334M
      LC Control Number46008388
      OCLC/WorldCa2316733

      Gladwin, Harold S., , The Chaco Branch Excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley, Medallion Pap Gila Pueblo, Globe.   The Chaco branch: Excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley, Gila Pueblo, Globe () A Chacoan outlier in the Red Mesa Valley, New Mexico. Journal of Field Archaeology, 26 () Google Scholar. R.M. Van DykeA Chacoan ritual landscape: The view from the Red Mesa Valley.

      Chaco branch excavations at white mound and in the red Mesa Valley (p. 33). Globe: Gila Pueblo Archaeological Foundation, Medallion Papers No. Google Scholar Greenberg, S., & . Zbid., No. The Chaco Branch: Excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley. Zbid., No Tree-Ring Analysis: Problems of Dating, The Tusayan Ruin. Zbid., , contains a book review by R. E. Bell9 of Gladwinâ s â Tree Ring Analysis, Problems of Dating: 11, The Tusayan Ruin.â Io Bell disapproves â â.. of.

      The Celebrating New Mexico Statehood website was a resource for exploring New Mexico's history and culture. An official project of the New Mexico State Centennial in , it was jointly funded by the University of New Mexico Libraries and the Center for Regional Studies. After over a century of archaeological research in the American Southwest, questions focusing on population aggregation and abandonment continue to preoccupy much of Pueblo archaeology. This article presents a historical overview of the present range of explanatory approaches to these two processes, with a primary focus on population aggregation in those regions occupied by historic and.


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The Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley by Harold S. Gladwin Download PDF EPUB FB2

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About this Book Catalog Record Details. The Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), View. OCLC Number: Notes: "April, " Description: ix, pages, 47 pages of plates: illustrations, map, plans ; 29 cm. Contents: The Chaco country --The White Mound village --White Mound pottery --White Mound tree-ring analysis --White Mound tree-ring analysis--discussion --White Mound phase--summary --The Kiatuthlanna phase --The Red Mesa phase --Red Mesa phase--tree.

The Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley (Harold S. (Harold Sterling) Gladwin) | the Digital Archaeological Record. The Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa valley by Harold Sterling Gladwin.

Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley (p. a b s t r a c t Recent excavations at the Sacred Ridge Site, just south of the town of Durango, Colorado, have uncovered.

The Chaco Branch. Excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley. Medallion Papers, No. Gila Pueblo. Globe. A History of the Ancient Southwest. Bond Wheelwright Co. Portland. HIGHWAY SALVAGE ARCHAEOLOGY BY THE ARIZONA STATE MUSEUM, WILLIAM W. WASLEY Arizona State Museum University of Arizona, Tucson Limited.

The Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley by Harold S Gladwin (Book) 4 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Tree-ring analysis: methods of correlation by Harold S Gladwin (Book). Some of his most read works include: Tree Ring Analysis, The Eastern Range of the Red-On-Buff Culture, A Review and Analysis of the Flagstaff Culture, Men out of Asia, Excavations at Snaketown: Material Culture, and The Chaco Branch Excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa.

Early excavations of the s and s in Chaco Canyon centered on discovering the genesis and evolution of the ancestral Puebloan “Anasazi” inhabitants.

These early research efforts conducted by the American Museum of Natural History, the National Geographic Society, and the Smithsonian Institution placed Chaco at the center of the. After the American Civil War, photographers, scholars and travelers visited the site.

Articles on Chaco Canyon began to appear in popular magazines. But it was explorer-adventurer Richard Wetherill, more famous for his excavations at Mesa Verde, who in began archaeological excavations at Chaco.

Late PI Early Bonito – Kiatuthlanna & Red Mesa B/w, Aboveground slab house Early PII Lino Gray & Kana'a Neckbanded sites; small to moderate size.

PI White Mound – White Mound B/w, Lino Gray Aboveground slab row house sites; small to moderate size. First Great Houses. Major increase in storage facilities. Gladwin, Harold S. Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley.

Gladwin, Harold W. History of the ancient Southwest. Excavations at Snaketown by Harold S. Gladwin, Emil W. Haury, and E. Sayles, reprint of original edition.

The Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley () A review and analysis of the Flagstaff culture () Related Creators. Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling) Related Keywords. Arizona (State / Territory) New Mexico Related Keywords and Creators are determined by looking at all of the Creators and Keywords associated.

The Chaco Branch Excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley. Medallion Papers No. XXXIII, Globe, Arizona. HARGRAVE, L. N.D. Bird Bones from Leyit Kin, Chaco Canyon. Ms., no date, Globe, Arizona.

Bird Bones from Bc, Chaco Canyon National Monument. Ms., Globe, Arizona. Gladwin, Harold S. The Chaco Branch: Excavation at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley. Medallion Pap a Pueblo, Globe, Arizona. The Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley () A review and analysis of the Flagstaff culture () Related Creators.

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The Chaco Branch: Excavation at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley. Medallion Pap Gila Pueblo, Globe. Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt Prehistoric Ceramics of the Puerco Valley: The Chambers-Sanders Trust Lands Ceramic Conference.

Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series No The Chaco Branch: Excavation at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley. Medallion Pap a Pueblo, Globe, Arizona. Lang, Richard W. Transformation in White Ware Pottery of the Rio Grande. In Southwestern Ceramics: A Comparative Review, edited by A.

Schroeder, pp. – Arizona Archaeologist No. Phoenix. Mera, H. SOME RECENT PUBLICATIONS Reed, Erik K. "The Distinctive Features and Distribution of the San Juan Anasazi Culture." SJA, Vol.

2, pp. Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley (p. 33). Globe: Gila Pueblo Archaeological Foundation, Medallion Papers No. Google Scholar Haas, J.

().Through excavation of these mesa-top ruins the archeologist is able to trace architectural progress from single family dwellings of the A. D. 's to great communal structures of the A. D. 's. It is regrettable in the interests of science and from the standpoint of interpretation that excavation of these mesa-top ruins was so long delayed.The Chaco Branch: Excavation at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley.

Medallion Pap a Pueblo, Globe.