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Explaining Organizational Change: Anasazi Community Patterns
To explain organizational change on the northern edge of prehistoric Anasazi occupation, a large block was archaeologically surveyed in southeast Utah. Resulting site distributions are used to interpret community patterns, ...
Moon House: a Pueblo III Period Cliff Dwelling Complex in Southeastern Utah
The Moon House Complex is composed of 3 exceptionally well preserved 13th century cliff dwellings. An analysis of construction methods, room function, and construction sequence indicates recurrent reconstruction, remodeling, ...
Replication of an A.D. 800 Anasazi Pithouse in Southwestern Colorado
This study reports on the replication of a prehistoric (ca. AD 800) Anasazi (ancestral Pueblo Indian) pithouse dwelling in southwestern Colorado. The primary objectives of the project were to obtain quantitative estimates ...
The Household in Transition: Spatial Organization of Early Anasazi Residential-Domestic Units, Southeastern Utah.
This study examines the spatial organization of residential-domestic units in two early periods (covering ca. A.D. 200-275) of the Anasazi tradition in the American Southwest. It asks whether or not there is evidence that ...
The salvage of archaeological data from Turkey Pen Ruin, Grand Gulch Primitive Area, San Juan County, Utah
(Division of Conservation Archaeology, San Juan County Archaeological Research Center and Library, 12/20/1984)
Following episodes of vandalism at Turkey Pen Ruin, an archaeological site within the Grand Gulch Primitive Area in southeastern Utah, the Bureau of Land Management contracted with the Division of Conservation Archaeology ...