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Preserving and Strengthening Our National Archaeological Program.
(Society for American Archaeology, 1995)
Although the SAA's annual meeting in Minneapolis was one of the most successful and vigorous ever, there was a strong current of foreboding and even fear, as facts and rumors circulated regarding what Congress and various ...
Dolores archaeological program : Anasazi communities at Dolores: McPhee Village Book 2 of 2
(U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver, Colorado, 1988-02)
Pueblo de las Golondrinas (House of the Swallows), Site 5MT5107, is a multiple-occupation site within the larger McPhee Village habitation complex. The site is situated in the Dolores River valley (Montezuma County, southwest ...
Dolores archaeological program: Anasazi communities at Dolores: middle canyon area book 2 of 2
(U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver, Colorado, 1986-09)
This volume is a collection of published reports from the Middle Canyon area of the Dolores Project in southwestern Colorado. Included in the volume are 4 site reports and 3 analytical chapters produced by the Dolores ...
Evaluations of Models with Dolores Area Data. Modeling Dolores Area Cultural Dynamics.
(Engineering and Research Center (U.S.), 1986)
Two chapters are included here. In the first chapter, results regarding the contrastive expectations for the 2 models are evaluated and some tentative conclusions are reached. Some suggestions are also made regarding further ...
The Wilderness System and Archaeological Conservation.
(United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region, 1975)
Examines the interrelationships of the objectives of our National Wilderness Preservation System on the one hand, and the goals of archaeological conservation on the other.
Dolores Archaeological Program: Anasazi communities at Dolores: Grass Mesa Village book 2 of 2
(U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver, Colorado, 1988-06)
Grass Mesa Village (5MT23) is located in the Dolores River canyon at the juncture of Beaver Creek and the Dolores River. Fieldwork consisted of an intensive surface collection, a magnetometer survey, a probability sample ...
Inhibitions and Compensations: A Study of the Effects of Negative Sanctions in Three Pacific Cultures
(Pacific Studies, 1991)
Oedipus is named after his injured feet because he represents that part of ourselves lamed by the social sanctions. The fact that sanctions used to control children have consequences for character is well documented in ...
The Basketmaker II Period in the Four Corners Area.
(United States. Bureau of Land Management, 1993)
The Basketmaker II period is important. The archaeological remains of this period document the emergence of the Anasazi cultural tradition and a consolidation of the dependence on farming that shaped the tradition from ...
Dolores Archaeological Program: Anasazi communities in Dolores: Early small settlements in the Dolores River Canyon and Western Sagehen Flats area
(U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver, Colorado, 1986-05)
This volume reports on a series of investigations in the Dolores River canyon and the western Sagehen Flats area of the Dolores Project. Included in the collection are an overview of the Grass Mesa Locality (with a summary ...