2 edition of Hohokam prehistory in the central New River Basin, Arizona found in the catalog.
Hohokam prehistory in the central New River Basin, Arizona
David E. Doyel
Bibliography: p. 51-52.
|Statement||by David E. Doyel ; prepared for the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Los Angeles District, contract no. DACW-09-82-C-0028 ; prepared with the assistance of Pueblo Grande Museum and Soil Systems, Inc.|
|Contributions||United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Los Angeles District., Soil Systems, Inc., Pueblo Grande Museum.|
|LC Classifications||E78.A7 D588 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||89189510|
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Get this from a library. Hohokam prehistory in the central New River Basin, Arizona. [David E Doyel; United States. Arizona book Army. Corps of Engineers.
Los Angeles District.; Soil. Known today as the Hohokam, these people built villages close to streams in order to farm the region's rich bottomlands.
They lives in the basin from about A.D. to The Tuscon Basin villagers were part of the larger Hohokam world, whose inhabitants lived in the Sonoran Desert of southern by: 2.
The new look of Southwestern archaeology is especially evident in the Phoenix Basin of central Arizona, one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the U.S. This issue presents a sample of recent archaeological research on the Hohokam in the Phoenix Basin.
Arizona, Saguaro NP Hohokam Indian Petroglyph by Don Paulson - 24" x 34" Framed Giclee Canvas Art Print Walnut Finish - Ready to Hang $ $ 99 FREE Shipping. The ceramic evidence from 10 sites in the lower Salt River valley, Arizona, represents the entire temporal interval defined as the pre-Classic era of Hohokam prehistory.
Hohokam Prehistory in the Central New River Drainage, Arizona, by David E. Doyel, (Popular report summarizing the findings of SSPA Number 4.
Places the New River project into a regional perspective and summarizes the Hohokam occupation of the Phoenix Basin.).
The Hohokam Archaeology of the Tucson Basin Major construction projects in Tucson over the past several decades have led to new insights into Hohokam archaeology. At the Interstate 10/Interstate 19 interchange pictured here, and in other locations as well, sites were also preserved for the future.
Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series. The University of Arizona Press is pleased to distribute titles in the Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series, a scholarly, peer-reviewed, monograph series focused on the archaeology of northwest Mexico and the southwestern United States.
Hohokam (/ h oʊ h oʊ ˈ k ɑː m /) was a society located in the North American Southwest, in the areas now part of Arizona and Sonora, m practiced a specific culture, sometimes referred to as Hohokam culture, which has been distinguished by who practiced this culture can be called Hohokam as well, but more often they are distinguished as Hohokam people to.
Hoffman, Teresa L., David Doyel, and Mark D. Elson,Ground Stone Tool Production in the New River Basin, in: Proceedings of the Hohokam Symposium 2 (Alfred Dittert Jr. and Donald Dove, eds.), Arizona Archaeological Society, Occasional Paper 2, Phoenix, pp. Cited by: 9. Hohokam Prehistory in the Central New River Basin, Arizona.
David E. Doyel. Published by Soil Systems () ISBN 10 Hohokam Prehistory in the Central New River Drainage, Arizona. Late Hohokam Prehistory in Southern Arizona. Doyel, David E. Published by Gila Press, Scottsdale, AZ () Used. Hohokam Settlement and Economic Systems in the Central New River Drainage, Arizona.
by David E. Doyel, Ph.D. Phoenix: Soil Systems Publications in Archaeology, Number 4, 4to. 33pp. Illustrated with photographs, maps and detailed Rating: % positive. The Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona is a peer-reviewed monograph series sponsored by the School of Anthropology.
Established inthe series publishes archaeological and ethnographic papers that use contemporary method and theory to investigate problems of anthropological importance in the southwestern United States. The Tucson Basin Indians were a small part of the total Hohokam occupation of southern Arizona.
This occupation extended from Gila Bend on the west to Globe on the east, and from the north near Flagstaff to near the Arizona-Mexico border in the south. The Gila and Salt River valleys remained the heartland of the Hohokam culture through time.
Settlement pattern data in the lower Salt River valley of central Arizona, near Phoenix, have led to different models of Hohokam political community organization during the early Classic period. Hohokam Canal System in the Valley of the Sun Geoarchaeology is a rapidly expanding science, and modification of the Earth by humans does qualify as geology at work (see our FREE GeoStory (TM) called " Rooms with a View " for more on this subject).
About this Item: Academic Press, New York, Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. 1st. ; HB blue w/copper&white; slight rub; wn.; clean,tight pgs. ".this book is intended to fulfill a long-standing need for syntheses on Hohokam and Patayan prehistory (as well as earlier periods in southern Arizona).
The Hohokam of southern Arizona are noted for greater duration of settlement than other major agricultural traditions in the archaeological record of the southwestern United States, including the Anasazi and Mogollon. square mile area inhabited by the Hohokam is marked by low elevation desert basins, but encompasses a range of topographic and climatic variability that shaped Cited by: Buy Hohokam & Patayan: Prehistory of Southwestern Arizona by Randall H McGuire (Editor), Michael Brian Schiffer (Editor) online at Alibris.
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The Hohokam, often considered the ancestors of today’s O’odham people, occupied the Phoenix and Tucson basins in southern and central Arizona. In his chapter in the Dynamics of Southwest.Obsidian Source Provenance Studies in the Hohokam Core New Perspectives from the Middle Gila River, South-Central Arizona 1Gila River Indian Community, Cultural Resource Management Program In A Synthesis of Tonto Basin Prehistory: The Roosevelt Archaeology Studies, toedited by .His topic is The Hohokam to Akimel O’Odham Continuum: The Transition from Prehistory to History in the Phoenix Basin of Southern Arizona.
When Spanish missionaries first visited the Phoenix Basin in the 18th century, the middle Gila River was one of the few places in southern Arizona where sedentary irrigation farmers still lived.