5 edition of Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 311-348) and index.
|Statement||edited by Timothy A. Kohler.|
|Contributions||Kohler, Timothy A.|
|LC Classifications||E78.N65 A835 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 356 p. :|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||2003027033|
The monument protects Ancestral Pueblo archeological sites, a diverse and scenic landscape, and the country's largest National Park Service Civilian Conservation Corps National Landmark District. Bandelier was designated by President Woodrow Wilson as a national monument on Febru , and named for Adolph Bandelier, a Swiss-American anthropologist, who Location: Sandoval, Los Alamos and Santa . The CCC at Bandelier National Monument Bandelier National Monument, located in northwestern New Mexico, was established in to protect the archaeological remains of the prehistoric Rio Grande Anasazi (Powers ; Rothman ). In , the jurisdiction of acre (, hectare) monument was transferred from the United States Forest.
Encompass acres on the southern part of the Pajarito Plateau in northern New Mexico, Bandelier National Monument is an important pre-conquest site of Native American structures and villages, but its name commemorates an immigrant to America, Adolph Bandelier, and the contributions he made to modern archaeology in the United States. The Pajarito Plateau of northern New Mexico, part of Bandelier National Monument, contains an extraordinary wealth of archaeological sites, according to Powers (of the National Park Service), yet relatively little archaeological research into its Puebloan inhabitants has been conducted there until recently.
The plus-square-mile preserve was designated a national monument in and is named for anthropologist Adolph Bandelier, the first Euro-American to describe the area and encourage its preservation. Within its boundaries are some of the most important archaeological resources and the most striking scenery in the American : Paul R. Secord. President Woodrow Wilson created Bandelier National Monument in , about six months before the National Park Service came into being. Named for Alfred Bandelier, a Swiss anthropologist who studied the cultures of the Southwest and advocated preserving the site in the s, acre monument protects archaeological, historical.
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The Peopling of Bandelier: New Insights from the Archaeology of the Pajarito Plateau (A School for Advanced Research Popular Archaeology Book) Paperback – May 1, by Robert P. Powers (Editor)4/4(1).
Few visitors to the stunning Frijoles Canyon at Bandelier National Monument realize that its depths embrace but a small part of the archaeological richness of the vast Pajarito Plateau west of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
In this beautifully illustrated book, archaeologists, historians, ecologists, Author: Robert P. Powers. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Few visitors to the stunning Frijoles Canyon at Bandelier National Monument realize that its depths embrace but a small part of the archaeological richness of the vast Pajarito Plateau west of Santa Fe, New Mexico. In this beautifully illustrated book, archaeologists, historians, ecologists, and Pueblo contributors tell a deep and sweeping story of the region.
The Archaeology of a "Destroyed" Site: Surface Survey and Historical Documents at the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp, Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico. Monica L. Smith, Historical Archaeology 35(2) The Historic Period at Bandelier National Monument.
Search for books, ebooks, and physical Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument village formation on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico / Published: () The Pajarito Plateau a bibliography / by: Mathien, Frances Joan. Published: () The historic period at Bandelier National.
Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument: village formation on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico / edited by Timothy A. Kohler. Format Book Published Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, Description xviii, p.: ill., maps ; 29 cm.
URL. Get this from a library. Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument: village formation on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico. [Timothy A Kohler;]. Beginning with its first Paleo-Indian residents, through its Ancestral Pueblo florescence in the 14th and 15th centuries, to its role in the birth of American archaeology and the nuclear age, and concluding with its enduring centrality in the lives of Keresan and Tewa Indian peoples today, the plateau remains a place where the mysterious interplay of human culture and magnificent.
Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier (August 6, – Ma ) was a Swiss-born American archaeologist who particularly explored the indigenous cultures of the American Southwest, Mexico, and South : August 6,Bern, Switzerland.
Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument: Village Formation on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico. The essays in this volume summarize the results of new excavation and survey research in Bandelier, with special attention to determining why larger sites appear when and where they do, and how life in these later villages and towns differed.
Prehistory of El Rito de los Frijoles, Bandelier National Monument INTRODUCTION The Pajarito Plateau is interesting for it remains one of the most fertile areas for archaeological study in the southwestern United States.
Bandelier National Monument (N.M.) – Antiquities, Bandelier National Monument (N.M.) – History, Excavations (Archaeology) – New Mexico – Bandelier National Monument, Excavations (Archaeology) – New Mexico – Pajarito Plateau, Pajarito Plateau (N.M.) – Antiquities, Pueblo Indians – New Mexico – Bandelier National Monument.
Download Bandelier National Monument New Mexico ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Archaeology Of Bandelier National Monument. Author: Timothy A. Kohler ISBN: Genre: Social Science. Bandelier National Monument compri acres of canyon and mesa country, as well as evidence of a human presence going back more t years.
Ancestral Pueblo communities thrived here from about to Their descendants live. Peopling of Bandelier: pages $ In this book, archaeologists, historians, ecologists, and Pueblo contributors use new and innovative research to present the complex human story of Bandelier National Monument.
The reader is introduced to the first Paleo-Indian residents, continuing through the Ancestral Pueblo People of the 14th and 15th centuries, and .Archaeological records and historical documents provide complementary data for the understanding of temporary laborers' quarters related to large-scale construction projects.
In this work, documents are used to evaluate data from an.In this interpretative guide, designed to be read before or after visiting Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico, archaeologist David E.
Stuart presents an evocative, archaeologically sound account of the area's history of human life from Paleo-Indian to .