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The archaeology of Powell Plateau

Richard W. Effland

The archaeology of Powell Plateau

regional interaction at Grand Canyon

by Richard W. Effland

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Published by Grand Canyon Natural History Association in [Grand Canyon, Ariz.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Powell Plateau (Ariz.),
  • Arizona,
  • Powell Plateau
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Powell Plateau -- Antiquities.,
    • Pueblo Indians -- Antiquities.,
    • Powell Plateau (Ariz.) -- Antiquities.,
    • Arizona -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby Richard W. Effland, Jr., A. Trinkle Jones, and Robert C. Euler.
      SeriesMonograph / Grand Canyon Natural History Association ;, no. 3, Monograph (Grand Canyon Natural History Association) ;, no. 3.
      ContributionsJones, Anne Trinkle., Euler, Robert C., Grand Canyon Natural History Association.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.A7 E35 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 59 p. :
      Number of Pages59
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3793621M
      ISBN 100938216163
      LC Control Number81082376
      OCLC/WorldCa8536052


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The research here is superb and the writing clear and engaging.”—James M. Aton, author of John Wesley Powell: His Life and Legacy (The University of Utah Press, ) “The scholarship The archaeology of Powell Plateau book sound, very : University of Utah Press.

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Schwartz, Jane Kepp, Richard C. Chapman; The Archaeology of Powell Plateau: Regional. Powell and Gumerman, the principal researchers of one of the largest and longest-running projects in the history of North American archaeology, recognize that only parts of past cultures survive to be discovered and analyzed, but they stress that the material items archaeologists do recover can tell us a great deal about the nonmaterial aspects of the culture in which they were by: 2.

While that’s not in the book, it encapsulates what “Historic Adventures on the Colorado Plateau” captures: This is a region that is, in the words of Powell expedition member Frederick S.

Few people know their way around Nine Mile Canyon better than Spangler. He's been studying the archaeology here since the early s, first for his master's thesis, then for a book about the canyon's cultural history, titled Horned Snakes and Axle Grease, cowritten with his wife, Donna Spangler.

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Click Download or Read Online button to get ancient peoples of the great basin and the colorado plateau book now. This site is like a library, Use search box. Prehistoric Culture Change on the Colorado Plateau offers the only complete synthesis of Kayenta-area archaeology as well as the single most intensive study of the ancestral Puebloan and Navajo occupation of the Four Corners region.

It also provides the human context for more than two decades of theoretical, methodological, and empirical work. The best-known excavations were conducted at the Macon Plateau site, the area President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed as the Ocmulgee National Monument in Although a wealth of material was recovered from the site in the s, little provision was made for analyzing and reporting it.

John Wesley Powell (Ma – Septem ) was a U.S. soldier, geologist, explorer of the American West, professor at Illinois Wesleyan University, and director of major scientific and cultural is famous for the Powell Geographic Expedition, a three-month river trip down the Green and Colorado rivers, including the first official U.S.

government-sponsored. Prehistoric Culture Change on the Colorado Plateau: Ten Thousand Years on Black Mesa Shirley Powell. Prehistoric Culture Change on the Colorado Plateauoffers the only complete synthesis of Kayenta-area archaeology as well as the single most intensive study of the ancestral Puebloan and Navajo occupation of the Four Corners region.

It also. Powell Plateau Facts [from "Archaeology of the Powell Plateau: Regional Interaction at the Grand Canyon" by Effland, Trinkle, and Euler] Powell Plateau is square miles. This archeological team surveyed 20% of the plateau and recorded 85 human habitation sites with rooms.

They estimate that there are sites with rooms. Get this from a library. Prehistoric culture change on the Colorado plateau: ten thousand years on Black Mesa. [Shirley Powell; F E Smiley;] -- A collection of writings by participants in the Black Mesa Archaeological Project offers a synthesis of Kayenta-area archaeology, examining the ancestral Puebloan and Navajo occupation of the Four.

Powell Plateau project was restricted to surface observation, a considerable amount of information was obtained. Typological analysis of ceramics in-dicated that, comparable to the finding of Schwartz's investigations, Powell Plateau was also occupied by Anasazi peoples between A.D. and Trends of population growth and decline, as well as.

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Day Powell Plateau. Day 1: Swamp Point to Stina Canyon. On Monday morning, October 7,I headed down the trail at Swamp Point on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon to begin a circumambulation of Powell Plateau. The plateau rose in front of me, a long and narrow sky island with a band of Kaibab limestone cliffs around its rim.

Through the words and thoughts of the archaeologists, as well as the more than photos, readers will come to see Nine Mile Canyon as an American treasure unlike any other. As the first book that is devoted exclusively to the archaeology of this unique place, Nine Mile Canyon will evoke fascination among scholars and the general public alike.