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Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types

F. M. Hawley

Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types

by F. M. Hawley

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This is the Virtual Ceramic Manual for field identification of Southwestern pottery types. It's under construction! This manual displays student research at Northern Arizona University, and research by members of the Arizona Archaeological Society and other volunteers and scholars working throughout Northern Arizona. International Association of Petroleum Geology, Salt Lake City. Elisha, M. J. The present status of Basketmaker II and III sites in Colorado. Southwestern Lore 34(2) Ellis, Florence Hawley Field manual of prehistoric Southwestern pottery types. University of .

Field Manual of Southwestern Pottery Types. Rev. ed. University of New Mexico Bulletin, Anthropological Series, Vol. 1, No. 4. Southwestern Pottery: An Annotated Bibliography and List of Types and Wares. 2nd ed. Scarecrow Press, Metuchen, New Jersey. Prehistoric Southwestern Ceramic Manufacture: The Limitations of Current. - Explore primalknowledge's board "Prehistoric Pottery" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Prehistoric, Pottery and Pueblo pottery pins.

The purpose of this little book is to outline in a concise form the methods used to make bits of broken pottery contribute to the history of the Southwest. In the interpretation of archaeological finds, pottery plays a most important role because of its wide distribution in time and space, its resistance to atmospheric weathering, and the number of culture traits that can be observed in. The study of pottery has become increasingly important over the past century, providing the archaeologist with information on many aspects of the past, including chronology, trade and technology. Recent scientific developments and statistical techniques have further contributed to this analysis of pottery. Pottery in Archaeology covers information obtained from over fifty Reviews: 1.


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Field manual of prehistoric southwestern pottery types, (The University of New Mexico bulletin. Anthropological series)Author: Florence Hawley Ellis. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ellis, Florence Hawley. Field manual of prehistoric southwestern pottery types.

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Find Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Typ () by Hawley, F. Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types. The University of new Mexico Bulletin No. Anthropological Series 1(4), Albuquerque. Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt Prehistoric Ceramics of the Puerco Valley: The Chambers-Sanders Trust Lands Ceramic Conference.

Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series No Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types. Florence M.

Hawley. University of New Mexico Bulletin, Anthropological Series, Santa Fe: University of New Mexico Press. (tDAR id: ). A Prehistoric Mesa Verde Pueblo and Its People (Far View House). Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types.

The University of New Mexico Bulletin, No. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Year Book, No. 40, pp. Washington, D. NORDENSKIOLD, G. The Cliff-Dwellers of the Mesa Verde. Translated by D. Lloyd. Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types.

The University of new Mexico Bulletin No. Anthropological Series 1(4), Albuquerque. Kidder, Alfred V. An Introduction to the Study of Southwestern Archaeology.

Papers of the Phillips Academy Southwestern Expedition, No.1, Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. Southwestern Colorado Pottery Types - external link (Fort Lewis College) Ceramic Ware Descriptions - external link (Totah Archaeological Project) Anasazi Painted Pottery in the Field Museum of Natural History -somewhat outdated but a.

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A.,The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico: Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande. Arroyo Hondo Archaeological Series, No.

School of American Research Press, Santa Fe. Hawley, Florence M.,Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types. Revised edition.

Taxonomy of the Pottery. Bulletin No. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff. Potsherds: An Introduction to the Study of Prehistoric Southwestern Ceramics and Their Use in Historic Reconstruction.

Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. Flagstaff. Pottery Types of the Southwest: Tusayan Gray and White Wares;File Size: KB. Author of An anthropological study of the Navajo Indians, Anthropological data pertaining to the Taos land claim, Field manual of prehistoric southwestern pottery types, Hopi indians, the Hopi, The Hopi: their history and use of lands, Archaeologic and ethnologic data: Acoma-Laguna land claims, Anthropology of Laguna Pueblo land claims, Ceramic stratigraphy.

Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types. University of New Mexico Bulletin No.Anthropological Series 1(4). University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Additions to Descriptions of Chaco Pottery Types. In Preliminary Report on the Excavations, BcChaco Canyon, New Mexico, edited by Clyde.

pastes of pottery have been considered to any extent in this study; I would suggest that the difference in types of prehistoric paints as discovered through simple physical and chemical tests or through more complete analyses presents a field of study offering new discoveries.

It has been found that the types of paints usedCited by: Prehistoric Sandals of Northeastern Arizona: the Earl H. and Ann Axtell Morris Research(with Ann C. Deegan and. Elizabeth Ann Morris), and.

Ambiguous Images: Gender and Rock Art (winner of the Society for American Archaeology Book Award). Hayward H. Franklin. is a specialist in Southwestern ceramics and has worked on. List of Southwestern Types and Wares. Revised ed. Oppelt Publications, Greeley, CO. [annotated bibliography contains information on new types and most recent dating evidence] Classification of Prehistoric Pottery of the Northern San Juan Region with Color Illustrations.

Self-published, Greeley, CO. [a good, up-to-dateFile Size: KB. Time-relations of prehistoric pottery types in southern Arizona, (New York, American Museum of Natural History, ), by Erich Friedrich Schmidt (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Artists and craftsmen in ancient Central America, (New York The American Museum of Natural History, ), by George Clapp Vaillant (page images at HathiTrust).

- Style Trends of Pueblo Pottery in the Rio Grande and little Colorado Cultural Areas from the 16th to the 19th Century, by H. Mera. (Memoirs of the Laboratory of Anthropology, Vol.

m, ). American Anthropologist, 43(2): Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types, by Florence M. Hawley. Prehistoric Pottery Trails of Colorado-II: Southwestern Lore: 4: [colorado; pottery; prehistoric] Anderson, Duane C.

Stone Balls of the Fremont Culture: An Interpretation: Southwestern Lore: 4: [fremont culture; stone balls] Olsen, Stanley J. The Important of Fragmentary Vertebrate Remains in.arrived.

The six types of pottery have names that correspond to the names of Ashiwl villages in the vicinity of modem Zuni villages: Hoshotauthla, K_na, Pinnawa, Kechlpawan, Matsaki and Hawlkuh. Although six pottery types are named after specific Ashiwi Indian villages, three additional decorated pottery types weredeveloped from Ashiwi Polychrome.Bibliography of Florence Hawley Ellis Hawley, Florence, Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types.

University of New Mexico Bulletin, Anthropological Series 1(4). University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. [Two copies of the publication, each with handwritten notes and corrections by Florence Hawley] Catalogue No.

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