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Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa archeological project

Douglas Osborne

Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa archeological project

by Douglas Osborne

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Published by [Society for American Archaeology] in Salt Lake City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pueblo Indians -- Antiquities,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Colorado,
  • Colorado -- Antiquities,
  • Mesa Verde National Park (Colo.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAmerican antiquity, Wetherill Mesa archaeological project
    Statementassembled by Douglas Osborne; Bernard S. Katz, project editor.
    SeriesMemoirs of the Society for American Archaeology -- no.19
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 230 p. :
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22784590M
    LC Control Number66006390

    Long House is the second-largest cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National by Ancestral Puebloans in the s, the room dwelling was rediscovered by the Wetherill brothers and Charles Mason in early In the late s and early s, it was excavated and eventually opened to visitors as part of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeological Project. Review of Cowboys and Cave Dwellers: Basketmaker Archaeology in Utah's Grand GULCH (Blackburn and Williamson, ) and Anasazi Basketmaker: Papers From The Wetherill - .

    The Mesa Verde Long House was excavated and stabilized between and as part of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeological Project. It was built in the s and is the second largest cliff dwelling in the park. Its name is derived from the fact that it occupies the longest cave in Mesa Verde.   Johnson, Julia M. "The History of the Wetherill-Grand Gulch Research Project;" pp Phillips, Ann. "Archaeological Expeditions into Southeastern Utah and Southwestern Colorado between and the Dispersal of the Collections;" pp

    Record Identifiers. NADB document id number(s): NADB citation id number(s): Cite this Record. Annual Report To National Geographic Society On the Wetherill Mesa Archeological Project. Staff. (tDAR id: ).


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Katz, Project Editor. Issued as AMERCIAN ANTIQUITY. Vol Number 2, October, Number Quarto Trade Paperbound. Item Description: The Society For American Archaeology, Salt Lake City, UT., End date: Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa archeological project, Assembled by Douglas Osborne, project editor (Book, ) [] Get this from a library.

Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa archeological project, Assembled by Douglas Osborne, project editor. [Douglas Osborne; Bernard S. Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology, no. 19 Note "Issued as American antiquity, vol number 2, part 2, October, " Note Copy 1 bound with no.

(parent record's ckey) Related Work American antiquity. Related Work Wetherill Mesa archaeological : Osborne, Douglas. Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa archeological project: Assembled by Douglas Osborne, project editor.

Salt Lake City: Society for American Archaeology. MLA. Osborne, Douglas, and Bernard S. Katz. Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa Archeological Project: Assembled by Douglas Osborne, Project Editor. Salt Lake City: Society for American. A visit to Wetherill Mesa allows you to explore a sequence of archeological sites that offer glimpses of nearly years of Ancestral Puebloan life.

It is a mile (km) drive from the road junction at Far View to the Wetherill Mesa parking lot. At the Wetherill Mesa Information kiosk, you’ll board a free tram. It makes a 6 mile (km) loop. This done, and the archeological and related studies which are the Wetherill Mesa Archeological Project completed, plus other survey and salvage excavations attendant on the planned expansion of the park, will, when accomplished, altogether make Mesa Verde National Park one of the most intensively studied archeological zones in the world.

Evidence of Prehistoric Cultivation of Douglas-Fir Trees at Mesa Verde In Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeological Project, edited by D. Osbourne pp. Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Full text of "Archeological Survey of Wetherill Mesa. Corn and Cucurbits from Wetherill Mesa. In: "Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeological Project," pp. Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology, No. Salt Lake City. Dennis, W. The Hopi Child. The University of Virginia Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, Institute Monograph, No.

Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology ; Subjects. Indians of North America -- Georgia -- Antiquities. Georgia -- Antiquities. Notes "Issued as American antiquity, vol number 5, part 2, July " ES7 no. 21 with: Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa archeological project / Osborne, H.

Archeological Excavations at Jamestown, Virginia (PB )** 5. The Hubbard Site and other Tri-wall Structures in New Mexi­ co and Colorado 6. Search for the Cittie of Ralegh, Archeological Excavations at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, North Carolina 7A. The Archeological Survey of Wetherill Mesa, Mesa Verde Na­.

Water-supply studies are a part of the archeological program, but they are not a part of the federally supported program. A brief evaluative study of the best-preserved ditches, reservoirs, check dams, and terraces on Wetherill Mesa and elsewhere in the Mesa Verde area will be made.

Solving the Riddles of Wetherill Mesa (pp. ) By Douglas Osborne, Ph.D., Supervisory Archaeologist, National Park Service, Wetherill Mesa Archaeological Project. 20 th Century Indians Preserve Customs of the Cliff Dwellers (pp.

) With photographs by William Belknap, Jr. of potters, basket makers, weavers, jewelers, others. The final map of site locations on Wetherill Mesa (fig. 3) was done by Wade, with the other maps and plan layouts being completed for publication by George A.

King, architect, of Durango, Colo. Bone artifacts and unworked bone were examined by Lyndon L. Hargrave and Thomas W. Mathews, of the Southwest Archeological Center, Globe, Ariz. Hargrave. i'm wendy graham settle. mesa verde national park is open for business. sort of.

the research and visitor center at the entrance is closed as are the chapin mesa archaeological museum, the wetherill mesa road and trails, and all cliff dwellings.

no tours are offered at this time. The Wetherill Mesa Archeological Project ranks among the biggest archeological studies ever performed in the United States. The project included archeological surveys, excavations, stabilization, and documentation of various sites.

In total, the project excavated eleven sites on Wetherill Mesa, including Long House, the second. Postulation of Socio-Economic Groups from Archaeological Evidence. In Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeological Project, assembled by D. Osborne, pp. 65– Memoir, no.

Society for American Archaeology, Washington, D.C. Volume 28 (The Dendrochronology of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeology Project, Contribution No.

42 of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeology Project) Osborne, D., Nichols, R.F. Introduction. Editor: Noble, David Grant Publisher: School of American Research Press Pub Date: Binding: Paperback Condition: 2 copies. Copy 1: Good. Binding tight. No marks, tears, folds.

One approx. 1/4″ crease to lower front cover corner. Light edge and corner wear. Appears unused. Copy 2 (FL): Good. No marks, tears. Upper front cover corner has.Nordenskiöld’s book () on his work in the Mesa Verde region and his observations of the historic Pueblos remains a milestone in the early archaeological research on this region.

especially Richard Wetherill, at Mesa Verde, Grand Gulch, It endures as a valued resource on Mesa Verde archaeology and its early development.archeological excavations in mesa verde national park colorado Download archeological excavations in mesa verde national park colorado or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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