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Thirty-five years of archaeological research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico

Thirty-five years of archaeological research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico

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Published by Center for Desert Archaeology, Salmon Ruins Museum in Tuscon, Bloomfield, N.M .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pueblo Indians -- New Mexico -- Antiquities,
  • Pueblo architecture -- New Mexico -- Bloomfield Region,
  • Pueblo pottery -- New Mexico -- Bloomfield Region,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- New Mexico -- Bloomfield Region,
  • Plant remains (Archaeology) -- New Mexico -- Bloomfield Region,
  • Salmon Site (N.M.),
  • Bloomfield Region (N.M.) -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titles35 years of archaeological research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico
    Statementedited by Paul F. Reed.
    ContributionsReed, Paul F., Center for Desert Archaeology (Tucson, Ariz.), Salmon Ruins Museum.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.P9 T45 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16835476M
    ISBN 101886398526, 1886398534, 1886398542
    LC Control Number2007369572

    Often overshadowed by the Ancestral Pueblo centers at Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde, the Middle San Juan is one of the most dynamic territories in the pre-Hispanic Southwest, interacting with Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde as well as the surrounding regions. This ancient Puebloan heartland was instrumental in tying together Chaco and Mesa Verde cultures to create a distinctive blend of old and. The three-volume report, entitled Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, was published in (Reed a), followed by the synthetic-summary volume Chaco’s Northern Prodigies, published in (Reed a). An additional component of the Archaeology Southwest effort at Salmon focused on the curation needs.

    In Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, edited by Reed, Paul F., pp. – Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson, Arizona. Vierra, Bradley J. Coping with Change: Stone Tool Technology on the Pajarito Plateau. In Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, Vol. 1, edited by Paul F. Reed, pp. Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson.

    Chaco's Northern Prodigies: Salmon, Aztec, and the Ascendancy of the Middle San Juan Region After AD Reed, Paul F: The NMAC Grants Program was established in the late s to provide a source of funding for research, preservation efforts, travel, or publication expenses directly related to the mission and purposes of the Council. Grant requests specifically targeting New Mexico archaeology are .


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Reed was also editor (and author of several chapters) of the three-volume, comprehensive report entitled Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico published in His other books – The Puebloan Society of Chaco Canyon () and Foundations of Anasazi Culture (published in ; as editor and author) have.

The three-volume report, entitled Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, was published in (Reed a), followed by the synthetic-summary volume Chaco’s Northern Prodigies, published in (Reed a). An additional component of the Archaeology Southwest effort at Salmon focused on the curation needs Nearest city: Farmington, New Mexico.

Get this from a library. Thirty-five years of archaeological research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico. [Paul F Reed; Center for Desert Archaeology (Tucson, Ariz.); Salmon Ruins Museum.;] -- This comprehensive report brings together decades of research at Salmon Ruins, the earliest and largest outlier built outside Chaco Canyon at AD Original chapters from the s excavations on.

Description. ERRATA FOR THIS PUBLICATION. Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico (3 volumes) AL This comprehensive report brings together decades of research at Salmon Ruins, the earliest and largest outlier built outside Chaco Canyon at AD A Chaco scholar at Salmon Ruins for sixteen years, Reed Thirty-five years of archaeological research at Salmon Ruins the editor of Chaco’s Northern Prodigies: Salmon, Aztec, and the Ascendancy of the Middle San Juan Region after AD and Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico.

He lives in Taos, New Mexico. Gary M. Brown is an archaeologist and cultural resource. A Chaco scholar at Salmon Ruins for sixteen years, Reed is the editor of Chaco's Northern Prodigies: Salmon, Aztec, and the Ascendancy of the Middle San Juan Region after AD and Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico.

He lives in Taos, New Mexico, and is currently working to protect the greater Chaco Reviews: 4. Salmon Ruins is an ancient Chacoan and Pueblo site located in the northwest corner of New Mexico, USA. Salmon was constructed by migrants from Chaco Canyon around CE, with to original rooms spread across three stories, an elevated tower kiva in its central portion, and a great kiva in its plaza.

Subsequent use by local Middle San Juan people (beginning in the s) resulted in. Salmon Ruins. Closed at this time. Hwy. 64, Bloomfield, NM Visit Website. A Chaco scholar at Salmon Ruins for sixteen years, Reed is the editor of Chaco’s Northern Prodigies: Salmon, Aztec, and the Ascendancy of the Middle San Juan Region after AD and Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico.

He lives in Taos, New Mexico, and is currently working to protect the greater Chaco. Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico: Salmon Ruins Museum: Books - at: Paperback. Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico by Paul F.

Reed An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend date: Request PDF | On Jan 1,Arthur H.

Harris published Preliminary analysis of faunal material from Salmon Ruins | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. It is the only Chacoan great house in the American Southwest to be comprehensively excavated in the last 40 years. The Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection (SPARC) connects with and builds from the efforts of the Chaco Research Archive to enhance access to archaeological research on Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.

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Click Download or Read Online button to Thirty Five Years Of Archaeological Research At Salmon Ruins New Mexico book pdf for free now. Reed was also editor (and author of several chapters) of the three-volume, comprehensive report entitled “Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico” published in of the three-volume, comprehensive report entitled Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico published in His other books – The Puebloan Society of Chaco Canyon () and Foundations of Anasazi Culture (published in ; as editor and author) have explored the origins of Puebloan culture.

after AD () and Thirty-Five Years of Archaeologi-cal Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico (). Wolcott Toll has worked in Colorado and New Mexico archaeology sincewhen he began work with Dr. David Breternitz.

His University of Col. Salmon Ruins: | | | | Salmon Ruin | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive. Chaco's Northern Prodigies: Salmon, Aztec, and the Ascendancy of the Middle San Juan Region after AD Reed, Paul F.: : BooksAuthor: Paul F.

Reed. Roots of sedentism: archaeological excavations at Valencia Vieja, a founding village in the Tucson Basin of Southern Arizona (Book) 2 editions published The Roosevelt community development study (Book.

Aztec, Salmon, and the Middle San Juan as a Pueblo Heartland. Paul F. Reed. The Middle San Juan region of northwestern New Mexico is often misunderstood regarding its Puebloan history.

Falling between the better-known Pueblo cultural centers at Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde, the ancient Aztec and Salmon communities rarely attract deserved attention.Work by two groups of contributors resulted in this synthetic volume, which interprets thirty-five years of research at Salmon Ruins.

Chaco’s Northern Prodigies also puts recent work at Salmon Ruins in the context of Middle San Juan archaeological research. It is a timely synopsis of the archaeology of this region of the Southwest.Chaco's Northern Prodigies by Paul F. Reed,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.