2 edition of archaeology of the Western Mojave found in the catalog.
archaeology of the Western Mojave
Gary B Coombs
Bibliography: p. 92-100
|Statement||Gary B. Coombs ; with contributions by Richard McCarty, Tara Shepperson, and Sharon Dean ; prepared by Archaeological Research, inc. for the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management under contract YA-512-CT8-160 ; Eric W. Ritter, general editor|
|Contributions||McCarty, Richard, Shepperson, Tara, Dean, Sharon, Ritter, Eric W, United States. Bureau of Land Management, Archaeological Research, Inc|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||115|
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From the Callanish stones and the great ritual monuments of the Neolithic, the broch towers and the wheelhouses of the Iron Age, through to the arrival of the Norse and the Lords of the Isles, this book explores the history of human settlement and society from the first hunter-gatherers to /5(1). Mojave, also spelled Mohave, Yuman-speaking North American Indian farmers of the Mojave Desert who traditionally resided along the lower Colorado River in what are now the U.S. states of Arizona and California and in Mexico. This valley was a patch of green surrounded by barren desert and was subject to an annual flood that left a large deposit of fertile silt.
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The Archaeology of the Western Mojave (Gary B. Coombs) | the Digital Archaeological Record This report details the planning, implementation and results of a cultural resources inventory (or reconnaissance)of a % sample of approximately million acres in the western portion of the Mojave : Gary B.
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C15 C65 archaeology Petroglyph drawings by M. Suzanne Crowley. (PDF) HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY AND PUBLIC HISTORY IN THE WESTERN MOJAVE DESERT: THE STONE HOTEL (CA-SBRH) IN DAGGETT, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA | Teresa J.
Terry - Apparent formatting problems in the onscreen version of the thesis do not show up when the thesis is downloaded. Organized into 11 chapters, this book begins with an overview of California's historic and ancient environments as well as the evidence of Pleistocene human activity.
This text then examines the glacial and other environmental conditions that would have influenced the origins, adaptations, and spread of the earliest North Americans.
Ethnohistory is a field of study that blends archaeology, ethnology, and history, using Desert Indian Languages The languages of the Indians in the Mojave Desert are rooted in two basic groups, that of Indian Slave Trade The Indian slave trade in the desert was brutal and often deadly.
An introduction to the archaeology of the western Mojave Desert, California (Book, )  Get this from a library. An introduction to the archaeology of the western Mojave Desert, California.
From the Callanish stones and the great ritual monuments of the Neolithic, the broch towers and the wheelhouses of the Iron Age, through to the arrival of the Norse and the Lords of the Isles, this.
ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY: NORTH EDWARDS, WESTERN MOJAVE DESERT Bruce Love Archaeological Research Unit University of California Riverside, CA ABSTRACT North of Edwards Air Force Base in the Western Mojave Desert is an unincorporated town known as North Edwards.
A recent. Researchers believe the local Mojave people were the likely creators of the site. lost tribes mystery ancient archaeology. Sign up for our newsletter and enter to win the second edition of.
> GREAT BASIN CULTURES > MOJAVE DESERT. The Archaeology of CA-LAN Lovejoy Springs and Western Mojave Desert Prehistory Prepared for: County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works | South Fremont Ave., Alhambra, CA Archaeologists exploring the remote reaches of a military training base in southern California have uncovered nearly 9, artifacts that represent more t years of human history in the Mojave Desert, a new study reports.
The artifacts, found at multiple sites across the base, include more than 8, stone tools, flakes, ground stone, pieces of ceramic, and bone, as well as a single. A substantial portion of what follows has been extracted from his book.
A type of wide-stemmed points in the western foothills of the Sierra Nevada in northern California, dated between ca. and B.C. The type was identified at sites associated with Pleistocene Lake Mohave in the Mojave Desert. This volume covers the geological aspects of archaeology from both regional and topical perspectives in an attempt to reflect the diverse and heterogeneous nature of archaeological geology.
Of the 28 chapters, some are site-specific archaeological investigations that typify a variety of other sites: for example, the Commins site, Canada; the. Living on the Edge: The Archaeology of Two Western Mojave Desert Landscapes by Mark W.
Allen pages This book presents the results of a landscape level analysis of the Red Mountain and Sage Canyon areas of the Mojave Desert. includes analysis of. California archaeology continues to intrigue archaeologists around the world despite a downplayed and limited array of archaeological theory.
This is particularly apparent in the Mojave Desert where a few theories have dominated for decades and are. Sutton: An Introduction to the Archaeology of the Western Mojave Desert, California. By Bruce Love. Abstract. An Introduction to the Archaeology of the Western Mojave Desert, California.
Mark Q. Sutton. Salinas: Coyote Press Archives of California Prehistory No. 14,vi + pp., 29 figs., 9 tables, appendix, bibliography, $ (paper).An Introduction to the Archaeology of the Western Mojave Desert, California.
Mark Q. Sutton. Salinas: Coyote Press Archives of California Prehistory No. 14,vi + pp., 29 figs., 9 tables, appendix, bibliography, $ (paper). Main Content. Download PDF to View View Larger. Thumbnails Document Outline : Bruce Love.Cambridge Core - Archaeology of Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and The Pacific - The Archaeology of Australia's Deserts - by Mike Smith.