2 edition of Dolores archaeological program found in the catalog.
Dolores archaeological program
David A. Breternitz
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, National Technical Information Service, Operations Division [distributor] in Denver, Colo, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by David A. Breternitz, Christine K. Robinson, and G. Timothy Gross ; David A. Breternitz, principal investigator.|
|Contributions||Robinson, Christine K., Gross, G. Timothy., Engineering and Research Center (U.S.), Dolores Archaeological Program (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 900 p. :|
|Number of Pages||900|
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The Dolores Archaeological Program (DAP) was a project to salvage the research value of a large archaeological area in southwest Colorado, once densely settled and with thousands of homesites, before construction of McPhee Dam and Reservoir.
During six field seasons () Dolores Program archaeologists surveyed and recorded 1, archaeological sites on 16,+ acres in the. Lipe, William D.
al et. Dolores Archaeological Program: Anasazi communities at Dolores: Grass Mesa Village book 2 of 2. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver, Colorado, Author: Timothy A. Kohler, William D. Lipe, James N. Morris. This volume is a collection of published reports from the Middle Canyon area of the Dolores Project in southwestern Colorado.
Included in the volume are 4 site reports and 3 analytical chapters produced by the Dolores Archaeological Program. This volume includes information on the environmental setting of the Middle Canyon area, a summary of Dolores Archaeological Program systematics, and a.
THE LEGACY OF THE DOLORES ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROGRAM: A BEQUEST OF OLD DATA AND A NEW USER’S GUIDE Richard H.
Wilshusen The Dolores Archaeological Program was the largest federally Dolores archaeological program book archaeological project awarded under a single contract. The project area was located exactly in the middle of the. The "Dolores Archaeological Program: Synthetic Report " is the second publication in a series of reports by the Bureau of Reclamation, U.S.
Department of the Interior, on the findings of the Dolores Archaeological Program including excavation activities, and the preservation and analysis of newly discovered artifacts.
Get this from a library. Dolores Archaeological Program: Anasazi communities at Dolores, McPhee village. [Allen E Kane; Christine K Robinson; David A Breternitz; Engineering and Research Center (U.S.); Dolores Archaeological Program (U.S.)].
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Over the span of the Dolores Archaeological Program a major portion of field mitigation efforts focused on McPhee Village, a large aggregated complex of domestic room block units and ceremonial architecture in the Dolores River valley about 7 km south of the McPhee damsite, Montezuma County, Colorado.
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The Book of Dolores is a book of photographs and paintings exploring femininity written by William T. Vollmann and published in by powerHouse Books. Vollman began seriously cross-dressing in and developed a female alter ego named Dolores.
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SLipe, William D. al et. Dolores Archaeological Program: Anasazi communities at Dolores: Grass Mesa Village book 2 of 2. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and. Even though the Dolores Archaeological Program material was excavated decades ago (the dam was completed in ), we are still learning from these artifacts today.
New research technologies emerge and new questions arise, so these collections continue to provide new information and a deeper understanding of past lifeways. Dolores Archaeological Program: Anasazi Communities at Dolores: Middle Canyon Area, Book 2 of 2.
By Bureau of Reclamation United States Department of the Interior. Abstract. This volume is a collection of published reports from the Middle Canyon area of the Dolores Project in southwestern Colorado. Included in the volume are 4 site reports and.
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By: BRETERNITZ (David) et al. Price: $ Add to Cart. Discover the best Archaeology in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. BOOK REVIEWS Dolores Archaeological Program: Studies in Environmental Archaeology (), Dolores Archaeological Program: Research Design and Initial Survey Results, (), and Anasazi Communities at Dolores: Early Small Settlements in the Dolores River Canyon and Western Sagehen Flats Area ().
Bureau of Reclamation, Denver. Free. This volume is a collection of the basic planning and management documents for the Dolores Archaeological Program. The first chapter introduces the volume and provides an evaluation of the effectiveness of Dolores Archaeological Program planning efforts.
Operational problems encountered by the program are also greggdev.com by: 1. Kane, Allen E: Dolores archaeological program: Anasazi communities at Dolores, Middle Canyon Area / (Denver: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, ), also by David A.
Breternitz, Christine K Robinson, Dolores Archaeological Program (U.S.), and United States. Bureau of Reclamation. Upper Colorado Region (page images at HathiTrust). Homesteading in the Lower Dolores River Valley. The history of ranching settlements within the Lower Dolores River Valley, Colorado was a microcosm of the Western frontier experience.
Cattlemen first settled this area, risking attack by local Ute Indians and facing severe isolation. Dolores, CO -- Author Howard “Bud” Poe will share stories from his book “Trail Canyon: Six Miles Long and 10, Years Deep” at the Anasazi Heritage greggdev.com a relative newcomer to southwest Colorado, Poe said he was the Read More».Archaeology, or archeology (from Greek ἀρχαιολογία, archaiologia – ἀρχαῖος, arkhaīos, "ancient"; and -λογία, -logiā, "-logy"), is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material culture and environmental data which they have left behind, which includes artefacts, architecture, biofacts and cultural landscapes (the archaeological record).In the late s, young archaeologists from across the country descended on Montezuma County to work for the Dolores Archaeological Program, a comprehensive study of the area to be flooded by McPhee Dam and Reservoir.
Recipes from the Dolores Archaeological Project, a cookbook privately printed incommemorated their hearty appetites.