4 edition of Archaeological studies in the Vantage region of the Columbia Plateau, northwestern America found in the catalog.
Archaeological studies in the Vantage region of the Columbia Plateau, northwestern America
Earl Herbert Swanson
Written in English
|Statement||Earl H. Swanson, Jr.|
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The Plateau of northwestern North America offers one of the world's most important records of hunter–gatherer cultural diversity and evolutionary process. During the late prehistoric period, Plateau hunter–gatherers participated in a wide variety of mobile and sedentary mobility regimes, maintained diets emphasizing anadromous fish, roots, and larger game animals, and held patterns of Cited by: In Complex Hunter-Gatherers, Evolution and Organization of Prehistoric Communities on the Plateau of Northwestern North America, edited by William C.
Prentiss and Ian Kuijt, pp. 23– University of Utah Press, Salt Lake by: Columbia Plateau, also called Columbia Intermontane, geographic region, northwestern United forms part of the intermontane plateaus and is bordered east by the Northern Rocky Mountains and west by the Sierra Nevada–Cascade region.
The plateau covers an area of aboutsquare miles (, square km) in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho and is noted for its diverse landforms. The Archaeology of the Plateau of Northwestern North America During the Late Prehistoric Period (– Northwestern America book Evolution of Hunting and Gathering Societies.
Abstract. Prehistoric exchange systems in the Interior Plateau of northwestern North America are examined in this chapter. Trade relationships between the Interior Plateau and adjacent coastal, Great Basin, and Plains regions are well documented at the time of Euro-American contact and provide a reference point for the study of prehistoric exchange systems (Griswold ; Ray, Cited by: Lines-of-sight is the mutual visibility between two points in the landscape, while viewshed is all regions that can be seen from a vantage point (Bocinsky ;Jones 6,;Llobera.
Archaeological Studies in the Vantage Region of the Columbia Plateau, Northwestern America. Dissertation, University of Washington. Seattle. The Schaake Village Site in Central Washington.
American Antiquity, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. Salt Lake City. Archaeological Survey of the Methow Valley, Washington. Google Scholar Swanson, Earl H. Archaeological Studies in the Vantage Region of the Columbia Plateau, Northwestern America.
Doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle. the Plains and other parts of North America. The nature of the coastal archaeological record is that chipped stone points decline substantially in use after BP except in the Puget-Sound-Gulf of Georgia-Lower Fraser region where this decline oc-curs after BP; bone and ground stone technol-ogy replaced chipped stone on the Coast.
Plateau Archaeological Investigations has provided prompt and thorough service. The staff has a good knowledge and understanding of the history of the Columbia Plateau.
Book Reviews Complex Hunter-Gatherers: Evolution and Organization of Prehistoric Communities on the Plateau of Northwestern North America edited by William c.
Prentiss and ian Kuijt. University of Utah Press, salt lake city. xvii + pp., illust. isBNx (hardcover) Us$ T he Intermontane Plateau has. Archaeology at Columbia. Archaeology at Columbia encompasses a range of disciplines, cultures, and approaches. In the Department of Art History and Archaeology, students and faculty come together under the joint title of the department through studies of urbanism.
The Columbia Center for Archaeology is designed to bring together those interested in the archaeological study of the past, materiality and the modern world, and heritage and museum studies, among other topics. The Fruit of Their Labour: A Palaeoethnobotanical Study of Site EeRbA Multi-Component Open-air Archaeological Site on the British Columbia Plateau: Wright, Kristine Elizabeth: M.A.
Mortuary Patterning: A Burial Analysis from Northwest Coast Archaeological Sites:. Eunice Lee. Introduction and Overview. Ina small group of state-commissioned explorers set out from the small Colombian town of Zipaquirá with the purpose of mapping out the country’s vast regions and providing information about its inhabitants.
This geographic and archaeological campaign came to be known as the Chorographic Commission and is viewed today by many Colombian scholars. The pre-Colombian village was last inhabited by the Muisca people, a group which had a large population (previous to the Spanish conquest), and a Confederation of territory of approximat square kilometres (18, sq miles), states economy was based around metalworking, agriculture and manufacturing, and the legend of El Dorado, the city of gold, may have.
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Paper presented at the 41st Northwest Anthropological Conference, Tacoma. (b) Early Holocene Forager Mobility Strategies on the Southern Columbia Plateau. In Early Human Occupation in Far Western North America: The Clovis-Archaic Interface, edited by J.
Willig. The Franklin County Historical Society and Museum in Pasco, Washington, includes several displays of American Indian artifacts, both historic and prehistoric.
With record to. () Arrow Lakes Reservoir Region Post Inundation Studies of the Archaeological Resource. British Columbia Archaeological Sites Advisory Board, Victoria. Morton, Samuel G. () Crania Americana; or a Comparative View of the Various Aboriginal Nations of North and South America.
Simpkin, Marshall, and Company, London. Rewriting Marpole is the published version of Clark’s PhD dissertation (Clark, ) and an outgrowth of his MA thesis (Clark, ). The goal of his research “is to determine the spatial and temporal extent of Marpole” (1), with the secondary goal of examining the processes under.
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graphic and archaeological records make the Plateau, similar to the neighboring Northwest Coast, one of the most important regions in the world for study of the evolu-tion and organization of complex hunter-gatherer cultures.
This book seeks to redirect attention to the Plateau region of western North America as a means of further. Within the last 30 years, researchers have made considerable advances in the effort to engender the archaeological record in areas of northwestern North America.
Despite these developments, archaeological considerations of gender in the southern Plateau remain markedly sparse; rather, studies in the region tend to focus on human-environmental. The location is the oldest credible archaeological site in North America, Waters said at a briefing.
The artifacts were found in an 8-inch (20 centimeter) layer beneath 5 feet ( meters) of. In order to better understand the nature of the similarities and differences among Plateau com- munities, we propose to examine the Plateau as a distinctive interaction sphere during Late Prehistoric times, particularly during what Richards and Rousseau () have termed the Plateau and Kamloops horizons in British Columbia ( B.P.).
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 29 cm. Contents: Introduction: The archaeology of the plateau region of northwestern North America --approaches to the evolution of complex hunter-gatherers / William C. Prentiss, Ian Kuijt --I. CHRONOLOGY AND MATERIALS IN PLATEAU ARCHAEOLOGY --A culture.
In Warren attended an archaeological summer field school near Vantage, Washington, where he met Earl H. Swanson, Jr. and Robert H. Crabtree, both of whom became lifelong friends. This field school introduced Warren to archaeological field work and the archaeology of the Columbia Plateau.
Ray, Verne F. Cultural Relations in the Plateau of Northwestern North America. Los Angeles: Southwest Museum. Rich, Edwin E. The Fur Trade and the Northwest to Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. Ridington, Robin Swan People: A Study of the Dunne-za Prophet Dance.
Canadian Ethnology Service Paper, no. Figure Location of Prince Rupert Harbor, Gulf of Georgia, and the lower Snake River archaeological regions, and of the major sites in each area. KENNETH M. AMES SELECTED CULTURAL SEQUENCES NORTHWESTERN NORTH AMERICA.
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Professor, Department of Anthropology, Program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies Mary Weismantel (PhD, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign).
Professor Weismantel's research areas and interests include cultural anthropology, sex/gender, and race; her area of research and teaching expertise is Latin America generally and the Andean.
"Alluvial Stratigraphy in Relation to Archaeological Features on the Long Tom River Floodplain, Veneta, Oregon." Diss. U of Oregon, Print. Grayson, Donald K. "Recent Archaeological Surveys in the Western Cascades: Prehistory and Conservation Archaeology." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon.
Melvin Aikens. Guicheng: An Archaeological Study of the Formation of States on the Jiaodong Peninsula in Late Bronze-Age China, BCE () Billows, Richard Department of History. Columbia Plateau Archaeology: Synthesis and Application, (w/ R. Sappington) for the Association for Washington Archaeology, Society for American Archaeology, Seattle, WA.
Cultural Resource Studies of the Columbia River System Operation Review, (w/ G. McLean), for Flathead National Forest and CSOR Working Group, NWAC, Portland, OR. A major concern of Columbia Plateau archaeology has been the development of the ethnographic "Plateau pattern." Observed during historic times, this lifeway focused on permanent riverine winter villages and intensive use of anadromous fish, with ephemeral use of interior tributaries and uplands for hunting and root gathering.
Festivals as Context for Exchange in the Great Basin-Columbia Plateau Region of Western North America. Joel C. Janetski. We soon found out that [the] Provo River region was the great place of gathering of all Ute tribes of central Utah valleys, too, on account of the wonderful supply of fish moving up the stream from the Lake to their spawning ground every spring.
The NE region (Plateau ecozone) along the middle Columbia is next in house size. The Coast (NW Coast and California ecozones) follows with its shellfish and estuary fishing economies.
The SW region (California ecozone) along the Rogue River and Klamath Lakes is next in size and is followed by essentially a tie between the Deschutes and SE. Bradbury, John. Travels in the Interior of America in the Years, and Liverpool: Smith and Galway, The Columbia Center for Archaeology (CCA) was established to take advantage of the diverse range of experience and expertise of Columbia faculty across multiple departments and bring together scholars and students interested in the archaeological study of the past, environmental history, materiality and the modern world, and heritage and museum.
lic. "Guidelines for Archaeological Excavations in the District of Columbia" have been developed which standardizes the process. Case Study: Excavation at the Whitehurst Freeway In the early s, during the planning stages for repairs and ren- - ~ ovations to the Whitehurst Freeway, a preliminary archaeological study occurred.VISIONS FOR LIFE AND DEATH: PICTOGRAPHS OF THE LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER, Keyser, James D., David A.
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