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Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Navajo project area of Northwestern New Mexico

Alfred Edward Dittert

Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Navajo project area of Northwestern New Mexico

by Alfred Edward Dittert

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Published by The Museum of New Mexico and the School of American Research in Santa Fe .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Navajo Indians.,
  • New Mexico -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Museum of New Mexico. Papers in anthropology, no. 1.

    Statementby Alfred E. Dittert.
    SeriesNavajo project studies -- no. 1., Papers in anthropology (Museum of New Mexico) -- no. 1.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 p.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16581587M

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    Bibliography Bib – 5 Kimball, J.F., E. Archer, T.A. Crowl, and M. Trammell. Abundance of age-0 native fish species and nursery habitat quality and availability in the San Juan River. title instructions for the navajo water data file november 3, publisher williams brothers engineering company title ground water withdrawals in the uranium mining area of. northwestern new mexico impacts and alternative use. navajo tax commission project volume ii - part 2. environmental assessment - arizona may,

    Jan 20,  · A Preliminary Analysis of Temporal Changes in the Homol'ovi III Chipped Stone Assemblage. KIVA, Vol. 54, Issue. 3, p. Bruce B. The Coronet Real Project: Archaeological Investigations on the Luke Range, Alan H. Excavation at Prehistoric Sites on the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project, Northwestern New thebindyagency.com by: Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project Bib-6 Manley, Kim, G.R. Scott, and R.A. Wobus. Geologic map of the Aztec 10 x 20 quadrangle, northwestern New Mexico and southern Colorado. Miscellaneous Investigations Series Map I


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Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Navajo Project area of northwestern New Mexico. Santa Fe, N.M.: Museum of New Mexico and the School of American Research, (OCoLC) Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Navajo Project area of Northwestern New Mexico. By Alfred E Dittert.

Abstract. Navajo Project studies, thebindyagency.comgraphy: p. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Navajo Indians. Publisher: Santa Fe, N.M., Museum of New Mexico and the School of American Research. Year: Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Navajo Project area of Northwestern New Mexico.

(Santa Fe, N.M., Museum of New Mexico and the School of American Research, []), by Alfred E Dittert (page images at HathiTrust) The Navajo yearbook. (Window Rock, Ariz.), by United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Preliminary Archaeological Investigations In The Navajo Project Area Of Northwestern New Mexico Author: Alfred Edward Dittert Jr., Wayne L.

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Museum of New Mexico Papers in Author: Miranda Warburton. One of these larger projects is the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (NIIP) which entails approximatelyacres inventoried by the NNAD in the s. NNAD currently has the data for this project which was provided by the BIA-NIIP.

NNAD also houses the hard copy data for the archaeological sites identified on this project. d Site LA In Archaeological Investigations in the Fruitland Project Area: Late Archaic, Basketmaker, Pueblo I, and Navajo Sites in Northwestern New Mexico.

Vol. IV: The Early Navajo Sites, complied by Timothy D. Hovezak and Leslie M. Sesler, pp. Research Papers No. La Plata Archaeological Consultants, Dolores, Colorado. Jun 26,  · Navajo park to offer archaeology programs. and learn about the archaeological history of that area.

Located in the northwestern section of the. Preliminary Archaeological Investigations in the Navajo Project Area of Northwestern New Mexico. Museum of New Mexico Papers in Anthropology No.

1, Navajo Studies Project Studies no. Museum of New Mexico and School of American Research, Santa Fe. Hill, David V. A Brief Overview of the Navajo Presence in the Upper San Juan Drainage and South Colorado and their. Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Navajo Project area of northwestern New Mexico by Alfred Edward Dittert(Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by 90 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

Powers, An inventory and analysis of archaeological resources on sections of land near the Bisti Badlands, northwestern New Mexico for Public Service Company of New Mexico.

Farmington, NM: Division of Conservation Archaeology San Juan County Archaeological. ARCHAEOLOGY SURVEYS THE NAVAJO NATION ARCHAEOLOGY DEPARTMENT (NNAD) will conduct archaeological surveys and prepare technical reports for home site leases at the following rates: $* per home site, flat rate (Reduce rates for groups of 3 or more) (Access roads, power and water lines negotiated separately).

Preliminary Archaeological Investigations in the Navajo Project Area of Northwestern New Mexico. Museum of new Mexico Papers in Anthropology, Navajo Project Series 1, Santa Fe.

Dykeman, Doug The Morris Site 1: Early Navajo Land Use Study, Gobernador Phase Community Development in Northwestern New Mexico. The structure will be within the boundaries of LAan archaeological site with deposits dating primarily to the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

During the late Territorial and New Mexico Statehood periods, this site was part of a multiethnic residential area in the Capitol Complex Historic Neighborhood of Santa Fe, New Mexico. After Bud graduated inhe obtained employment as an investigator for the U. Civil Service Commission, a postion which he held for six years.

His investigative work required him to travel throughout Wyoming and Colorado. This title is located at the following institution(s): New Mexico Tech Library, UNM Center for Southwest Research, UNM Zimmerman Library, Kit Carson Museum, Harwood Museum Library, Millicent Rogers Museum, Eastern New Mexico University - Portales, Clark Field Archive.

HPD Forms & Documents» Archaeological Permits Documents. Archaeological Permits Application for an Annual Permit to Excavate Human Burials Located in any Unmarked Burial Ground within the State of New Mexico (MS Word with instructions) The current list of consultants who hold a General Archaeological Investigation Permit and/or an.

Lab of Anthropology Lab of Anthropology Notes (pub) No description specified. (23 Records) Documents. Archaeological Investigations At La and La Near Mitten Rock, San Juan County, New Mexico () Northwestern New Mexico () Bent Highway Salvage Project, Along With Notes On the Geology and Resources and a Botanical.Archaeological Survey of the Navajo Reservoir District, Northwestern New Mexico () Archaeology of Cebolleta Mesa: a Preliminary Report () Ecological Interpretation of Anasazi Settlement Patterns () Fort Sumner Development Proposal () Hecla I: A Preliminary Report on the Archaeological Investigations at the Lakeshore Project.Oct 31,  · New discoveries at Teotihuacán.

located near Mexico City. Leader of the project, Sergio Gómez, described the area as one of the most sacred .