1 edition of Survey and excavations north and east of Navajo Mountain, Utah, 1959-1962 found in the catalog.
Survey and excavations north and east of Navajo Mountain, Utah, 1959-1962
|Statement||by Alexander J. Lindsay, Jr. ... [et al.] ; with appendices by Hugh C. Cutler ... [et al.].|
|Series||Museum of Northern Arizona bulletin ;, no. 45, Glen Canyon series ;, no. 8, Glen Canyon series ;, no. 8.|
|Contributions||Lindsay, Alexander J., United States. National Park Service., Museum of Northern Arizona.|
|LC Classifications||F806 .M95 no. 45, E78.U55 .M95 no. 45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||89188715|
N avajo Mountain, a large laccolithic dome, straddles the Utah-Arizona border of the Navajo Indian Reservation. The Navajo call this sacred mountain Naatsis'aan, "Head of the Earth Woman."Navajo Mountain has a rich and varied historical past. The earliest maps identify it as Sierra Panoche. The ruined dwellings and irrigation ditches of Desha and Anasazi people, evidence of years of human. In the summer of , Byron L. Cummings continued his archeological work in the southeastern Utah-northeastern Arizona region. Upper Montezuma Canyon was the focus of the expedition, and a small excavation at Alkali Ridge introduced Alfred V. Kidder, who became a leader in the field, to archeology.
Book Reviews. Journal of Field Archaeology, Vol. 33, Issue. 3, p. and Lyons, Patrick D. Excavation Methods and Site and Feature Descriptions. In Mounds and Migrants: Late and Hobler, Philip M. Survey and Excavations North and East of Navajo Mountain, Utah, Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. Glen. Foragers and Farmers of the Northern Kayenta Region: Excavations along the Navajo Mountain Road Phil Geib Foragers and Farmers of the Northern Kayenta Region presents the results of a major archaeological excavation project on Navajo tribal land in the Four Corners area and integrates this new information with existing knowledge of the.
Hereford, R., G. C. Jacoby, and V. A. S. McCord Geomorphic History of the Virgin River in the Zion National Park Area, Southwest Utah: U. S. Geological Survey Open-File Report , 75 p. Hughes, M. K. Tree-Ring Evidence of Surface Temperature Variation During the Past Years. Paläoklimaforschung, 16, To the south and west lie mountains of the nascent Cordilleran Arc and the Mogollon Highlands, while to the east lay the North American platform and the remnants of the Ancestral Rocky Mountains. Figure 4: Seasonal climate reconstructions (Loope et al., p. ) showing the primary wind direction for the Navajo Sandstone.
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8; B & W Illustrations & Photographs; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Rating: % positive. Survey and Excavations North and East of Navajo Mountain, Utah, Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. Glen Canyon Series No. 5 Date: Authors: Alexander J. Lindsay, Jr.; J. Richard Ambler; Mary Anne Stein; Philip M.
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Navajo Mountain (Navajo: Naatsisʼáán) is a peak in San Juan County, Utah, with its southern flank extending into Coconino County, Arizona. It holds an important place in the traditions of three local Native American tribes. The summit is the highest area on the Navajo Nation.
Get directions, maps, and traffic for Navajo Mountain, UT. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit. Analysis of desiccated feces of the Desha Complex ( B.C.) from Dust Devil Cave near Navajo Mountain in southern Utah shows high proportions of Chenopodium seed and an absence of.
Navajo Mountain may be considered a "sacred area", but, it is not one of the 4 sacred Navajo Mountains. Those are: Hesperus (CO), Mt. Taylor (NM), Blanca (CO), and the San Francisco Peaks (AZ).
I lived and worked on the Navajo Reservation for 18 yrs and had the opportunity to drive to the top of Navajo Mt. in a military-style humvee. Navajo Mountain, a large laccolithic dome, straddles the Utah-Arizona border of the Navajo Indian Reservation. The Navajo call this sacred mountain Naatsis’aan, “Head of the Earth Woman.” Navajo Mountain has a rich and varied historical past.
The earliest maps identify it. Survey and Excavation North and East of Navajo Mountain, Utah, by Alexander J. Lindsay, Jr., J. Richard Ambler, Mary Anne Stein, Philip M. Survey and Excavations North and East of Navajo Mountain, Utah, – Bulletin, no. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff.
Lipe *1 Lipe, W. Social Scale of Mesa Verde Anasazi Kivas. In The Architecture of Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos, edited by W. Lipe and M. Hegmon, pp.
53– Occasional Papers, no. Presents four paintings by Navajo artist Harrison Begay, depicting the four sacred mountains of the Navajo, with analysis of the works and background material on Navajo art and myth Survey and excavations north and east of Navajo Mountain, Utah, by Alexander J Lindsay (Book).
The Colorado Plateau of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah is made of mostly flat-lying layers of sedimentary rock that record paleoclimate extremes ranging from oceans to widespread deserts over the last billion years.
Navajo Mountain in southeastern Utah is a dome-shaped chunk of igneous rock that intruded into the sedimentary layers and lifted up the overlying layer.Anne Stein, and J. Richard Ambler, Survey and excavation north and east of Navajo Mountain, Utah, ; reviewed by William D.
Lipe, Iron utilization by Thule Eskimos of Central Canada, by A. P. McCartney and D. J. Mack, The Itasca Basin kill site: an ecological analysis, C. Thomas Shay; reviewed by Frederick Gorman, J.Utah History Encyclopedia, The Navajo Indians in Utah reside on a reservation of more than 1, acres in the southeastern corner of the state.
According to the census, more than half of the population of San Juan County is comprised of Navajo .