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The interpretation of archaeological tree-ring dates
A comparative approach to analysis of the body of tree-ring data from prehistoric sites in the American Southwest provides information on patterns of wood use, the effectiveness of interpretive methods, and culture history. ...
Six easy steps to dating Pueblo III ceramic assemblages; working draft
(Crow Canyhon Archaeological Center, 8/5/1991 0)
Towering enigma: an examination of late Pueblo II and Pueblo III towers in the northern San Juan region
One of the most impressive structural elements of ancestral Puebloan cultureis the masonry tower, a structure most commonly found during the Pueblo III (A.D.1150-1300) period of northern San Juan region occupation. This ...
Late Pueblo II and Pueblo III Cliff Dwellings and Community Patterns in the Grand Gulch, Southeastern Utah
The study area, a 6.5 km segment of Grand Gulch, includes 24 well-preserved late Pueblo II-Pueblo III period (ca. A.D. 1060-1270) cliff dwellings. I use a spatial and functional analysis of the cliff dwellings and their ...
Geography, society, and cosmology in the Puebloan Northwest: monumental features on Cedar Mesa, Utah.
In order to comply with Bureau of Land Management policy regarding non-disclosure of specific site locations, several slides have been removed from the PowerPoint presentation accompanying the paper "Geography, Society, ...