|Series||Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology,, 17, Contributions to Point of Pines archaeology ;, no. 16.|
|LC Classifications||E51 .S7 no. 17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 48 p.|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||a 63000004|
Archaeology, Anthropology, Prehistoric Agriculture, Arizona, Point of Pines, Ancient Farms Inscribed by G. W. Hewes on Cover, Personal Library Copy Gordon Winant Hewes () was an anthropologist whose interest embraced the four traditional sub disciplines of anthropology and extended well Rating: % positive. Four kivas of rectangular shape with high narrow platforms were excavated at Point of Pines during the summer of Two kivas were excavated in the site, designated according to the survey system of the Arizona State Museum, Arizona W (Kivas 1 and 2 ), and one each in the site Arizona W (Kiva 1 ) and Arizona W (Kiva 1 ). Point of Pines: A History of the University of Arizona Archaeological Field School (Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona Series, 50) [Haury, Emil W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Point of Pines: A History of the University of Arizona Archaeological Field School (Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona SeriesCited by: soft pines), which includes the five-needled white pines such as the limber pine (Gernandt et al ). Gernandt et al also include pinyon pines within the Strobus subgenus, whereas earlier botanists classified pinyon pines in the subgenus Ducampopinus. Climate Discussion The Sunset Western Garden Book (Brenzel et al ) divides.
The Point of Pines Sites are a set of archaeological sites on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in the U.S. state of d around the settlement of Point of Pines, they are significant for associations with Ancestral Pueblo, Mogollon and Hohokam cultures. The sites were chosen as a field school location by Dr. Emil Haury because of the unusual presence of Location: San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, . Notes: Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona Number Revised dissertation. Turkey Creek Pueblo is a large, 13th century ruin located in the Point of Pines region in east-central Arizona. It was first excavated during the summers of The household as the basis of social organization. Inter-bedded Cultural and Natural Deposits at Point of Pines Pueblo. Presented at Pecos Conference, Globe, August (expanded version published , ). Prehistoric Kayenta Community at Point of Pines, Arizona. Presented at the Southwestern and Rocky Mountain Division of the American Association of the. The University of Arizona Press. The University of Arizona Press E. University Blvd. P.O. Box Tucson, AZ Our offices are located on the fifth floor of the Main Library building, to your right as you exit the elevators.
Four Late Prehistoric Kivas at Point of Pines, Arizona By Terah L. Smiley; University of Arizona University of Arizona, Read preview Overview The Domainguez-Escalante Journal: Their Expedition through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico in By Silvestre Vaelez de Escalante; Ted J. Warner; Fray Angelico Chavez University of Utah. The site at Goat Hill is a room site. The Point of Pines site is the ruin that has the room block of rooms that Emil Haury suggested has a Kayenta Anasazi cultural influence, unlike most other contemporaneous sites in the Pinaleo Mountains and Point of Pines regions. One of his initiatives was to establish an Archaeology Field School at Point-of-Pines beginning in This provided a year-round opportunity to enhance his student's field experience. This field school operated until In , Dr. Haury published "Point-of-Pines, A History of the University of Arizona Archaeological Field School". This 4/5(2). prehistoric agriculture at point of pines, arizona - richard b. woodbury $ RARE, , COATES, THE HERD-BOOK, THE PEDIGREES OF IMPROVED SHORT-HORNED CATTLE.