Animas La Plata Project Bioarchaeology

In Animas - La Plata Project : Cultural Affiliation Study , edited by E. M. Perry and J. M. Potter , pp . 17–45 . ... 10 , Vol . XIII . SWCA Environmental Consultants , Phoenix , Arizona . Piper , C. 2002 The Morphology of Prehispanic ...

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Author: Elizabeth M. Perry

Publisher: Swca Research Paper

ISBN: UCLA:L0103559530

Category: History

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Volume XV of the Animas-La Plata series (SWCA Anthropological Research Paper No. 10) contains thirteen chapters and multiple appendixes by a multitude of authors. The introductory chapter presents the broad archaeological context of the ALP project, explains some of the terminology used in writing about the ALP skeletal remains, and briefly characterizes the nature of the assemblage with respect to basic demographics such as the age and sex distribution of the human remains recovered from the different ALP sites. The NAGPRA process through the several stages of this long-term project is described, as is its influence on data collection. The remainder of the volume presents the results of bioarchaeological data collection and analysis conducted by different analysts who address mortuary practice, paleodemography, skeletal and dental morphology, health indicators in adults and children, biological variation, and ethnicity of the basin's Pueblo I residents. The final two chapters document the methods employed in the processed human remains (PHR) analysis from Sacred Ridge, and present the results of a first analysis of these data.

Crucible of Pueblos

Perry, Elizabeth M., Ann L. W. Stodder, and Charles A. Boolong 2010 AnimasLa Plata Project: Bioarchaeology. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper No. 10, Vol. XV. SWCA Environmental Consultants, Phoenix. Petersen, Kenneth L. 1988 Climate ...

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Author: James R. Allison

Publisher: ISD LLC

ISBN: 9781938770487

Category: History

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Archaeologists are increasingly recognizing the early Pueblo period as a major social and demographic transition in Southwest history. In Crucible of Pueblos: The Early Pueblo Period in the Northern Southwest, Richard Wilshusen, Gregson Schachner and James Allison present the first comprehensive summary of population growth and migration, the materialization of early villages, cultural diversity, relations of social power, and the emergence of early great houses during the early Pueblo period. Six chapters address these developments in the major regions of the northern Southwest and four synthetic chapters then examine early Pueblo material culture to explore social identity, power, and gender from a variety of perspectives. Taken as a whole, this thoughtfully edited volume compares the rise of villages during the early Pueblo period to similar processes in other parts of the Southwest and examines how the study of the early Pueblo period contributes to an anthropological understanding of Southwest history and early farming societies throughout the world.

Footprints of Hopi History

We are grateful for the comments provided by the volume editors and two anonymous reviewers. We are especially grateful to Kelly Swarts, ... In Animas-La Plata Project, Vol. XIII: Special Studies, edited by J. M. Potter, pp. –.

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Author: Leigh J. Kuwanwisiwma

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816536986

Category: Social Science

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This book demonstrates how one tribe has significantly advanced knowledge about its past through collaboration with anthropologists and historians--Provided by publisher.

Becoming Hopi

In Animas- La Plata Project: Volume XIII— Special Studies, 13:215–233. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper 10. Phoenix, Arizona: SWCA Environmental Consultants. Bellorado, Benjamin A. 2020. Leaving Footprints in the Ancient Southwest: ...

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Author: Wesley Bernardini

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816542345

Category: Social Science

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Becoming Hopi is a comprehensive look at the history of the people of the Hopi Mesas as it has never been told before. The product of more than fifteen years of collaboration between tribal and academic scholars, this volume presents groundbreaking research demonstrating that the Hopi Mesas are among the great centers of the Pueblo world.

Animas La Plata Project CO NM

Animas La Plata Project Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Volume 3B Table of Contents Form Letters Issue Number Commentor Page FORM LETTER A A1 Cover , Rebecca - Paonia , CO ............. ...... 1 A2 Dagnan , Thomas ...

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The Archaeology of Food and Warfare

In J. M. Potter (Ed.), Animas-La Plata project: Volume X—environmental studies (pp. 235– 240). ... Anasazi (Pre-Columbian Native-American) migrations during the middle-12th and late-13th centuries—were they drought-induced?

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Author: Amber M. VanDerwarker

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319185064

Category: Social Science

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The archaeologies of food and warfare have independently developed over the past several decades. This volume aims to provide concrete linkages between these research topics through the examination of case studies worldwide. Topics considered within the book include: the impacts of warfare on the daily food quest, warfare and nutritional health, ritual foodways and violence, the provisioning of warriors and armies, status-based changes in diet during times of war, logistical constraints on military campaigns, and violent competition over subsistence resources. The diversity of perspectives included in this volume may be a product of new ways of conceptualizing violence—not simply as an isolated component of a society, nor as an attribute of a particular societal type—but instead as a transformative process that is lived and irrevocably alters social, economic, and political organization and relationships. This book highlights this transformative process by presenting a cross-cultural perspective on the connection between war and food through the inclusion of case studies from several continents.

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45768 Animas - La Plata Project , Colo . 45769 North Platte Project Rehabilitation and Betterment Program , Wyo . - Nebr . 45768 San Luis Unit , Central Valley Project , Calif . Rural Electrification Administration NOTICES Environmental ...

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Communities and Households in the Greater American Southwest

... Plata Project: Ceramic Studies. SWCA Anthropological Research Papers 10, vol. 14. ... In AnimasLa Plata Project: Environmental Studies, ed. James M. Potter, 13–32. ... AnimasLa Plata Project: Ridges Basin Excavations—Sacred Ridge.

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Author: Robert J. Stokes

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781607328858

Category: Social Science

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Communities and Households in the Greater American Southwest presents new research on human organization in the American Southwest, examining families, households, and communities in the Ancestral Puebloan, Mogollon, and Hohokam major cultural areas, as well as the Fremont, Jornada Mogollon, and Lipan Apache areas, from the time of earliest habitation to the twenty-first century. Using historical data, dialectic approaches, problem-oriented and data-driven analysis, and ethnographic and gender studies methodologies, the contributors offer diverse interpretations of what constitutes a site, village, and community; how families and households organized their domestic space; and how this organization has influenced researchers’ interpretations of spatially derived archaeological data. Today’s archaeologists and anthropologists understand that communities operate as a multi-level, -organizational, -contextual, and -referential human creation, which informs their understanding of how people actively negotiate their way through and around community constraints. The chapters in this book creatively examine these interactions, revealing the dynamic nature of ancient and modern groups in the American Southwest. The book has two broad complementary themes: one focusing on household decision-making, identity, and structural relations with the greater community; the other concerned with community organization and integration, household roles within the community, and changes in community organization—violence and destabilization, coalescence and cooperation—over time. Communities and Households in the Greater American Southwest weaves a rich tapestry of ancient and modern life through innovative approaches that will be of interest not only to Southwestern archaeologists but to all researchers and students interested in social organization at the household and community levels. Contributors: James R. Allison, Andrew Duff, Lindsay Johansson, Michael Lindeman, Myles Miller, James Potter, Alison E. Rautman, J. Jefferson Reid, Katie Richards, Oscar Rodriguez, Barbara Roth, Kristin Safi, Deni Seymour, Robert J. Stokes, Richard K. Talbot, Scott Ure, Henry Wallace, Stephanie M. Whittlesey

Animas La Plata Project Environmental studies

James M. Potter and Joshua S. Edwards INTRODUCTION METHODS AND TERMINOLOGY As part of the Animas - La Plata ( ALP ) ... based on the distributions of these items are provided in Volume XIII ( Special Studies ) of the ALP series .

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Author: James M. Potter

Publisher: Swca Incorporated

ISBN: STANFORD:36105132303376

Category: History

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This volume of the Animas–La Plata series (SWCA Anthropological Research Paper No. 10) contains three sections: geomorphological studies, archaeobotanical studies, and vertebrate faunal studies. The first section comprises studies of landscape change and stability, soil fertility, and paleoclimate in Ridges Basin. The second section comprises six chapters describing and interpreting modern environmental, macrobotanical, and pollen analyses conducted as part of the project. The final section describes and interprets the vertebrate faunal data recovered during project excavations.

Ancient Southwestern Mortuary Practices

AnimasLa Plata Project Volume XII. Phoenix: SWCA Environmental Consultants. Chuipka, Jason. 2009. “Exploring Ethnic Diversity and Sociopolitical Strategies of Early Pueblo I Villages in the Northern San Juan Region, ad 750– 840.

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Author: James T. Watson

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781646420131

Category: Social Science

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Ancient Southwestern Mortuary Practices chronicles the modal patterns, diversity, and change of ancient mortuary practices from across the US Southwest and northwest Mexico over four thousand years of Prehispanic occupation. The volume summarizes new methodological approaches and theoretical issues concerning the meaning and importance of burial practices to different peoples at different times throughout the ancient Greater Southwest. Chapters focus on normative mortuary patterns, the range of variability of mortuary patterns, how the contexts of burials reflect temporal shifts in ideology, and the ways in which mortuary rituals, behaviors, and funerary treatments fulfill specific societal needs and reflect societal beliefs. Contributors analyze extensive datasets—archived and accessible on the Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR)—from various subregions, structurally standardized and integrated with respect to biological and cultural data. Ancient Southwestern Mortuary Practices, together with the full datasets preserved in tDAR, is a rich resource for comparative research on mortuary ritual for indigenous descendant groups, cultural resource managers, and archaeologists and bioarchaeologists in the Greater Southwest and other regions. Contributors: Nancy J. Akins, Jessica I. Cerezo-Román, Mona C. Charles, Patricia A. Gilman, Lynne Goldstein, Alison K. Livesay, Dawn Mulhern, Ann Stodder, M. Scott Thompson, Sharon Wester, Catrina Banks Whitley

Animas La Plata Project Blue Mesa excavations

2000 ) El Paso Pipeline ( none ) ; MAPCO Pipeline ( Adams 1982 ) ; MAPL Pipeline ( Fritz and Honeycutt 2003 ) FLC Archaeological Field School ( none ; described briefly in Duke and Matlock 1999 ) Animas - La Plata Project ( this volume ) ...

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Author: James M. Potter

Publisher: Swca Incorporated

ISBN: WISC:89082339276

Category: History

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This volume of the Animas–La Plata series describes the results of excavations on Blue Mesa, a borrow area just south of Durango, Colorado, as part of the Animas–La Plata (ALP) Project. In 2002 and 2003, SWCA excavated seven sites, all of which dated to the early Pueblo I period (AD 750–850): four habitations and three limited activity sites. One of the limited activity sites also contained a small Basketmaker II component and a Paleoindian component. The authors use these limited excavation data in conjunction with previous survey data to address issues of chronology, population, and settlement on the mesa and to make comparisons with nearby Ridges Basin, the location of the ALP reservoir.

Exploring Cause and Explanation

in Animas-La Plata Project: Special Studies, vol. 13, ed. James M. Potter, 213–221. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper Number 10. Phoenix: SWCA Environmental Consultants. Wilshusen, Richard H. 2010. “The Diné at the Edge of History: ...

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Author: Cynthia L. Herhahn

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781607324737

Category: Social Science

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This 13th biennial volume of the Southwest Symposium highlights three distinct archaeological themes—historical ecology, demography, and movement—tied together through the consideration of the knowledge tools of cause and explanation. These tools focus discussion on how and why questions, facilitate assessing past and current knowledge of the Pueblo Southwest, and provide unexpected bridges across the three themes. For instance, people are ultimately the source of the movement of artifacts, but that statement is inadequate for explaining how artifact movement occurred or even why, at a regional scale, different kinds of movement are implicated at different times. Answering such questions can easily incorporate questions about changes in climate or in population density or size. Each thematic section is introduced by an established author who sets the framework for the chapters that follow. Some contributors adopt regional perspectives in which both classical regions (the central San Juan or lower Chama basins) and peripheral zones (the Alamosa basin or the upper San Juan) are represented. Chapters are also broad temporally, ranging from the Younger Dryas Climatic interval (the Clovis-Folsom transition) to the Protohistoric Pueblo world and the eighteenth-century ethnogenesis of a unique Hispanic identity in northern New Mexico. Others consider methodological issues, including the burden of chronic health afflictions at the level of the community and advances in estimating absolute population size. Whether emphasizing time, space, or methodology, the authors address the processes, steps, and interactions that affect current understanding of change or stability of cultural traditions. Exploring Cause and Explanation considers themes of perennial interest but demonstrates that archaeological knowledge in the Southwest continues to expand in directions that could not have been predicted fifty years ago. Contributors: Kirk C. Anderson, Jesse A. M. Ballenger, Jeffery Clark, J. Andrew Darling, B. Sunday Eiselt, Mark D. Elson, Mostafa Fayek, Jeffrey R. Ferguson, Severin Fowles, Cynthia Herhahn, Vance T. Holliday, Sharon Hull, Deborah L. Huntley, Emily Lena Jones, Kathryn Kamp, Jeremy Kulisheck, Karl W. Laumbach, Toni S. Laumbach, Stephen H. Lekson, Virginia T. McLemore, Frances Joan Mathien, Michael H. Ort, Scott G. Ortman, Mary Ownby, Mary M. Prasciunas, Ann F. Ramenofsky, Erik Simpson, Ann L. W. Stodder, Ronald H. Towner

The Oxford Handbook of Southwest Archaeology

Douglas, Michele Toomay, and Ann L. W. Stodder 2010 Skull Morphology in the Animas-La Plata Skeletal Series. In Bioarchaeological Studies. AnimasLa Plata Project, Vol. XV, edited by Elizabeth Perry, Ann L. W. Stodder, ...

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Author: Barbara Mills

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199978427

Category: Social Science

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The American Southwest is one of the most important archaeological regions in the world, with many of the best-studied examples of hunter-gatherer and village-based societies. Research has been carried out in the region for well over a century, and during this time the Southwest has repeatedly stood at the forefront of the development of new archaeological methods and theories. Moreover, research in the Southwest has long been a key site of collaboration between archaeologists, ethnographers, historians, linguists, biological anthropologists, and indigenous intellectuals. This volume marks the most ambitious effort to take stock of the empirical evidence, theoretical orientations, and historical reconstructions of the American Southwest. Over seventy top scholars have joined forces to produce an unparalleled survey of state of archaeological knowledge in the region. Themed chapters on particular methods and theories are accompanied by comprehensive overviews of the culture histories of particular archaeological sequences, from the initial Paleoindian occupation, to the rise of a major ritual center in Chaco Canyon, to the onset of the Spanish and American imperial projects. The result is an essential volume for any researcher working in the region as well as any archaeologist looking to take the pulse of contemporary trends in this key research tradition.

Living and Leaving

In AnimasLa Plata Project, vol. 13, Special Studies, edited by James M. Potter, 43–83. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper 10. Phoenix: SWCA Environmental Consultants. Churchill, Melissa J., Kristin A. Kuckelman, and Mark D. Varien.

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Author: Donna M. Glowacki

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816531332

Category: History

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Mesa Verde migrations were an integral part of a transformative period that forever changed the course of Pueblo history. Bringing together multiple lines of evidence, including settlement patterns, pottery exchange networks, and changes in ceremonial and civic architecture, Donna M. Glowacki takes a historical perspective that forefronts the social factors underlying the depopulation of Mesa Verde, showing how “living and leaving” were experienced across the region.

Traditional Arid Lands Agriculture

In AnimasLa Plata Project, Special Studies, Vol. 13, edited by James M. Potter, pp. 215–233. Anthropological Research Paper No. 10. Steven W. Carothers and Associates (SWCA), Phoenix. Benson, Larry V. 2011a.

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Author: Scott E. Ingram

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816531295

Category: Social Science

Page: 384

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"The manuscript is an edited volume which consists of twelve chapters by multiple scholars of arid lands agriculture in the American Southwest and Northwest Mexico. Its goal is to inspire further research and advance the current understanding of traditional agriculture in arid lands, in both the past and the present"--Provided by publisher.

Animas LaPlata Water Supply Project

MIS 6 PLANNING DIVISION ( STATE CLEARINGHOUSE ) REVIEW CERTIFICATION FORM my wawe is John schwitt wand I am a farner in the area to be served under the proposed Animas - balluta project . STATE PLANNING DIVISION DEPT .

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Navajo Gallup Water Supply Project

Document text was revised to reflect the current status of the Animas - La Plata Project and average annual depletions . In volume I , page 1-17 , footnote 8 : the wording has been changed from " firmly believes that " to " interprets .

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