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1976 field season of the Mimbres Foundation in southwestern New Mexico

Steven A. LeBlanc

1976 field season of the Mimbres Foundation in southwestern New Mexico

by Steven A. LeBlanc

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Published by Institute of Archaeology, University of California in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico
    • Subjects:
    • Mimbres Foundation.,
    • Mimbres culture.,
    • Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Antiquities.,
    • New Mexico -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 22-23.

      Statementby Steven A. LeBlanc.
      SeriesJournal of New World archaeology ;, v. 2, no. 2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.M76 L37
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24 p. :
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4580854M
      LC Control Number77153540

      The National Science Foundation award of $74, funded the season and one year of graduate student research and analysis. Additional funding was provided by the Department of Anthropology and College of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M that helped cover salaries for faculty and staff. Nelson’s book, Mimbres During the 12th Century: Abandonment, Continuity, and Reorganization, derives from that research. Her book Mimbres Lives and Landscapes, edited with Hegmon, brings many specialists together in a popular book about archaeology and Mimbres culture. Most recently she leads two interdisciplinary research teams.

      Geronimo (Mescalero-Chiricahua: Goyaałé Athabaskan pronunciation: [kòjàːɬɛ́] "the one who yawns," J – Febru ) was a prominent leader and medicine man from the Bedonkohe band of the Apache tribe. From to , Geronimo joined with members of three other Chiricahua Apache bands — the Tchihende, the Tsokanende and the Nednhi — to carry out numerous raids.   The Sun Country Amateur Golf Association was founded in and provides administrative services for all amateurs playing in the geographic area of New Mexico and West Texas.

      Old Pueblo Archaeology Center’s “Mimbres Ruins, Rock Art, and Museums of Southern New Mexico” archaeology education tour with archaeologist Allen Dart, June , (Thursday-Monday). Drive your own vehicle and meet tour in Silver City, NM. Actual touring begins Friday and continues through Monday. Fee $ for the full four-day tour ($ for Old Pueblo Read more. Mimbres, New Mexico U.S.A. K likes. Wonderful place to visit and even better if you live here! Aspens to Desert, we have it all here in the Mimbres Valley!


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1976 field season of the Mimbres Foundation in southwestern New Mexico by Steven A. LeBlanc Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cite this Record. Field Season of the Mimbres Foundation in Southwestern New Mexico. Steven A. Leblanc. Journal of New World Archaeology.

2 (2): (tDAR id: )Cited by: LeBlanc, Steven A. Mimbres Archeological Center: a preliminary report of the second season, Journal of New World Archaeology 1(6). The field season of the Mimbres Foundation in southwestern New Mexico.

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Field Season of the Mimbres Foundation in Southwestern New Mexico () DOCUMENT Citation Only Steven A. Leblanc. This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. Archaeological research in the Mimbres region (southwestern New Mexico) has focused on the post-A.D.

ceramic/agricultural occupations, especially the Mimbres Classic period (–). This work has advanced general anthropological issues regarding mobility, land use and human impact, and the concept of “abandonment.” Deeper understandings of some of these issues Cited by: Archaeological research in the Mimbres region (southwestern New Mexico) has focused on the post-A.D.

ceramic/agricultural occupations, especially the Mimbres Classic period (–). In the Mimbres-Mogollon region of southwestern New Mexico, evidence for resource depression has been controversial.

This book, published only online, explores further the entanglements between. The Swartz Ruin, A Typical Mimbres Site in Southwestern New Mexico. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, No. 1, Cambridge. Haury, Emil W.

The Mogollon Culture of Southwestern New Mexico. Gila Pueblo, Medallion Papers No. 29, Globe. Shafer Harry J. Mimbres Archaeology at the Nan Ranch Ruin. Research within the last 3 to 5 years is summarized for the southern part of the southwestern United States and adjacent northwest Mexico.

In an effort to identify important new sources of information, the literature of contract archaeology is cited, along with more widely available journal and book publications.

Topics considered include Late Archaic farmers, early ceramic villages. Many New Mexico snakes have a reddish to pinkish gray color (Figure. This species has black and white rings on its tail, so it is commonly called the “coon-tail” rattlesnake.

Figure 4. Western diamondback rattlesnake. The western (prairie) rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis) is distributed across New Mexico, much of the western U.S.

and into. The primary field site is in the Black Range in southwest New Mexico, in the beautiful and remote eastern Mimbres area.

Undergraduate and graduate students will receive training in archaeological excavation, survey, artifact recording and analysis while participating in ongoing research concerning social and economic reorganization in southwest.

Mimbres, which means “willows” in Spanish, is the name given to the river in southwestern New Mexico where the Mimbres branch of the.

The Mimbres region is centered in southwest New Mexico, extending south into the Mexican state of Chihuahua and west into eastern Arizona. Our study focuses on the most densely occupied portion of the greater Mimbres region, which includes the upper watershed of the Gila River in the west, the Mimbres River at its center, and the Rio Grande.

Harriet "Hattie" Siliman Cosgrove (–) was an archaeologist trained in the Southwestern United fascination for archeology first started when she moved to Silver City, New Mexico, in with her husband Cornelius. In the Cosgroves bought land in Grant County, New Mexico and began excavating Mimbres Valley ceramics.

The Mimbres Valley has pre-Columbian culture dating. The Eastern Mimbres Archaeological Project, directed by Professors Margaret Nelson and Michelle Hegmon, has been working in southwestern New Mexico for more than a decade.

Some of its key issues include the ecological and social aspects of human impacts, changing patterns of inter-regional interaction, and interpretations of the spectacular Mimbres pottery painting.

Archaeology of the Mimbres Region, Southwestern New Mexico, USA by Stephen H. Lekson, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®. This volume summarizes the archaeology of the Mimbres area. Mimbres is the archaeological term for ancient Native American peoples who lived along the.

Nelson, Ben A. and LeBlanc, Steven A. Short-Term Sedentism in the American Southwest: The Mimbres Valley Salado, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. Google Scholar Peterson, K.

Climate and the Dolores River Anasazi, University of Utah Anthropology PapersUniversity of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. She has conducted research in the Mimbres region of southwest New Mexico for over 30 years, collaborating for the past 20 years with Dr.

Michelle Hegmon. Their work focuses primarily on the Classic to Postclassic transformation. Nelson's book Mimbres During the 12th Century: Abandonment, Continuity, and Reorganization derives from that. Season Points, Career Rebounds, Yearly Assists, Season Wins, Career W-L% College Basketball Scores U D KentuckyDukeKan NC St Houston Upper Mimbres.

The State Engineer recently declared the Upper Mimbres, from the town of Mimbres to south of San Lorenzo, a critical basin area. Currently, a large portion of the Mimbres Basin is being managed under Active Water Resource Management through a groundwater model that has critical areas within the region.

Presentation. Book: Authors: Fewkes, JW: Place Published: Albuquerque, NM: Publisher: Avanyu Pub. Year: Keywords: Indian pottery – New Mexico – Mimbres River Valley, Indians of North America – New Mexico – Mimbres River Valley – Antiquities, Mimbres culture, Mimbres River Valley (N.M UNM Center for Southwest Research, UNM Zimmerman.The Mimbres Culture Heritage Site is located in southwest New Mexico, one block off High 12 Sage Drive, east of Silver City, and south the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument.

Museum soon to open! The Mattocks Ruin walking trail is always open. November 1 to May 31 Open Friday-Sunday, 11am. Mimbres Cultural Heritage Site plans History Day event in southwest New Mexico Bill Armendariz, The Deming Headlight Published a.m.

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