3 edition of Archaeology of the Central Salt River Valley found in the catalog.
December 1985 by Not Avail .
Written in English
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Hardcover. Quarto. navy cloth with white lettering. Illustrated with tables, diagrams, charts, graphs, floor plans, architectural drawings, and maps. "The frontier development of the central Salt River valley is the subject of this book.
Archaeology of the Central Salt River Valley: An Overview of the Prehistoric Occupation. Michael J. O'Brien. Missouri Archaeological Society,1.
Columbia: Missouri Archaeologist. (tDAR id: ). Archaeology research in pre-Columbian Americas and the Book of Mormon. Numerous observers have suggested that the Book of Mormon appears to be a work of fiction that parallels others within the 19th-century "mound-builder" genre that was pervasive at the time.
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The article on the approximately known ball courts along the Salt, Gila and Verde rivers built by the Hohokam and how Archaeology of the Central Salt River Valley book games were similar to those played in the Western area of Mexico, was especially interesting to me.
I like how the book discusses different hypotheses and delineates the analysis of why certain views are more s: 7. March 6, pm, Archaeology Café: The Salt River and Irrigation: 1, Years of Bringing the Valley to Life by geoarchaeologist Gary Huckleberry, Ph.D.
Ma All day: Archaeology Expo at Arizona Museum of Natural History, Mesa. Blue river 3. Pueblo creek 4. Luna valley 5. Los Lentes valley 6. Tularosa river 7. Apache creek Distribution of the ruins --Continued. Page. IIIThe upper Salt river 1. White Mountain Creek region 2.
Escarpment and plateau 3. Fort Apache 4. Pinal creek and middle Salt river IVThe Mimbres. Bond's Mill Dam on Salt River; it is ft. long, ft. wide and ft.
high. Top is nearly flat and is cultivated. Surrounded by trees and shrubs. Surface is strewn with artifacts and worked flint. Visited by T. Hahn and Dr. Claxon of Lawrenceburg who found several arrow-heads on the surface.
After travelling 3 days along the coast of the Red Sea, Nephi mentioned his family stopping in a river valley with a “continually running” river. Rivers are rare in northwest Arabia, and until recently no perennial rivers or streams had been found in the region. But ina pair of LDS explorers made a chance discovery of a valley with a small stream, which subsequent.
Studies in North American archaeology. Edition/Format: Print book: Archaeology of the Central Salt River Valley book or province government a context for frontier settlement / Robert E.
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The Hakra river is hydraulically connected to the Nara River provided it has adequate flow to maintain surface flow. After the construction of the Otu Barrage, the downstream Hakra. ARCHAEOLOGY CAFÉ — PHOENIX UNDERGROUNDLecture with Geoarchaeologist Gary Huckleberry, Ph.D.: "The Salt River and Irrigation: 1, Years of Bringing the Valley to Life".
Mason, Roger D. Euro-American Pioneer Settlement Systems in the Central Salt River Valley of Northeast Missouri. Publications in Archaeology, No. University of Missouri, Columbia.
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This descriptive report covers field work conducted from to by the Arizona Archaeological Society near Cave Creek stream in north Phoenix Valley south of present day Deer Valley Road.
This volume is the first in a series of publications associated with the Salt-Gila Aqueduct Archaeological Data Collection Studies and Supplemental Class 3 Survey Project (SGA).
The project focuses principally upon data recovery at those sites potentially subject to impact as a consequence of Central Arizona Project construction along a route extending 97 km from a point south of Apache.
The Salt Range represents an open book of geology with richly fossiliferous stratified rocks. All strata are clearly exposed and this quality of the exposure also provides excellent opportunities to appreciate tectonic features in the field.
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Chronology at Palo Verde Ruin. This book, which is a synthetic treatment of the late Neolithic and Bronze Age of the Sichuan Basin, the Three Gorges, and the Middle Yangzi River valley, argues that politically peripheral regions such as the Three Gorges (where Zhongba is located) can be central to economic landscapes and are not best understood as regions that are best.
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Now, new evidence suggests a dramatic change in climate might have led to. The richly watered Verde Valley of Central Arizona has served as a breadbasket for humans for over 2, years. The earliest farmers were the Hohokam people, the same culture that once thrived in Phoenix’s Salt River Valley.
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Between History and Archaeology: Papers in honour of Jacek Lech is a collection of forty-six papers papers in honour of Professor Jacek Lech, compiled in recognition of his research and academic career as well as his inquiry into the study of prehistoric flint mining, Neolithic flint tools (and beyond), and the history of archaeology.
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His study of. In the early s, Dr. Omar A. Turney was the face of archaeology in the Salt River Valley. An engineer who worked for the City of Phoenix, Turney became interested in the prehistoric irrigation canals in the Salt River Valley. 1may pm - pm Online Archaeology Salon- Dorothy Peteet on Hudson Valley Marshes (rescheduled) Online Salon, Friday May 1st at pm Event Details Prof.
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