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further study of prehistoric small house ruins in the San Juan watershed

T. Mitchell Prudden

further study of prehistoric small house ruins in the San Juan watershed

by T. Mitchell Prudden

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Published by Pub. for the American Anthropological Association in Lancaster, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pueblos.,
  • Southwest, New -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T. Mitchell Prudden.
    SeriesMemoirs of the American anthropological association -- v. 5, no. 1 Jan.-March, 1918.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcover-title, 50 p.
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16542335M

    16 Room House is one of a number of ruins located near the San Juan River in the area around Bluff and Mexican Hat Utah. Many of these ruins are only accessible by boat from the river. 16 Room House is an exception - you can get to it by driving county roads. 16 Room House is not a large ruin or especially well preserved, but it is an interesting Pueblo III, Mesa Verdean style ruin. "Prehistoric Villages, Castles, and Towers of Southwestern Colo-rado," BAEBull 70 (Washington ) 12, ; T. M. Prudden, "The Circular Kivas of Small Ruins in the San Juan Watershed," AmAnth 16 () ; idem, "A Further Study of Small House Ruins in the San Juan Watershed," AAAMem 5 () ; A. H.

    The San Juan River is a major tributary of the Colorado River in the Southwestern United States, providing the chief drainage for the Four Corners region of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and ating as snowmelt in the San Juan Mountains (part of the Rocky Mountains) of Colorado, it flows miles ( km) through the deserts of northern New Mexico and southeastern Utah to join Mouth: Colorado River (Lake Powell). Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored. A Further Study of Prehistoric Small House Ruins in the San Juan Watershed. Theophil Mitchell Prudden. A Further Study of Prehistoric Small House by Theophil Mitchell Prudden. 9 / Harmony.

    Bibliography of american archaeological plant remains. Authors; Authors and affiliations Leh, Leonard L. Further studies at the Wilson ruins. Southwest. Lore4: 68– Google Scholar. Prudden, T. Mitchell. A further study of prehistoric small house ruins in the San Juan watershed. Mem. Am. Anthrop. Assoc. 5. 3– Google Cited by: 5. We’ll visit remote cliff dwellings like the Citadel, room House, River House, and Chinle Wash. We’ll hike to seldom visited ruins along the San Juan’s side canyons. We’ll study in depth the Anasazi culture as well as the more modern Navajo and see where sometimes they come in conflict. The geology of the San Juan is also spectacular.


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A further study of prehistoric small house ruins in the San Juan watershed, By T. Mitchell (Theophil Mitchell) Prudden. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Pueblos. By Elsie Clews Parsons. 5, pt. 1 / A Further Study of Prehistoric Small House Ruins in the San Juan Watershed.

By T. Mitchell Prudden. 5, pt. 2 / An Early Account of the Choctaw Indians. vol. xvi no. 1, In "A Further Study of Prehistoric Small House Ruins in the San Juan Watershed," Doctor Prudden has furnished important additional data which shows the uniformity of the unit type over a large area of the San Juan drainage.

3 Memoirs Amer. Anthrop. Asso., vol. v, no. 1, ll PruddenA further study of prehistoric small house ruins in the San Juan watershed Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association, 5 () Google ScholarCited by: "The Prehistoric Ruins of the San Juan Watershed in Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico" is an article from American Anthropologist, Volume 5.

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BY T. MITCHELL PRUDDEN INTRODUCTION In a survey of the widely scattered stone ruins of the southwest- ern United States which mark a prehistoric occupancy of regions now and and mostly deserted, it is both convenient and instructive toCited by:   Excerpt from The Prehistoric Ruins of the San Juan Watershed in Utah, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico The San Juan country is so isolated and so little traversed that a few words as to its situation and characters seem desirable.

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American Anthropological. Prudden, T. Mitchell (Theophil Mitchell), A further study of prehistoric small house ruins in the San Juan watershed, (Lancaster, Pa., Pub. for the American anthropological association,) (page images at HathiTrust).

Aggregation and Abandonment at Grasshopper Pueblo, ArizonalGraves, Longacre, and Holbrook Juan Watershed," AmAnth 16 () ; T. Prudden, "A. Further Study of Prehistoric Small. A further study of prehistoric small house ruins in the San Juan watershed Prudden, T.

Resource variability, risk, and the structure of social networks: An example from the prehistoric. A further study of prehistoric small house ruins in the San Juan watershed A handbook of pathological anatomy and histology, with an introductory section on post-mortem examinations and the methods of preserving and examining diseased tissues.

THE CIRCULAR KIVAS OF SMALL RUINS IN THE SAN JUAN WATERSHED BY T. MITCHELL PRUDDEN IN a paper, published inon The Prehistoric Ruins of the San Juan Watershed,' the writer called attention to the fact that a large proportion of the smaller house ruins in this region, standing in the open, show a definite and characteristic grouping.

Note: This work is an erasure of “A Further Study of Prehistoric Small House Ruins in the San Juan Watershed” by T. Mitchell Prudden. Vernon Ng teaches English at Diné College in Shiprock, NM. *Photo by Vernon Ng. A further study of prehistoric small house ruins in the San Juan watershed, Also available in digital form.

Contributor: Prudden, Theophil Mitchell Date:. The history of method and theory in the study of prehistoric puebloan pottery style in the American Southwest T. M. (). The circular kivas of small ruins in the San Juan an Anthropolog 33– CrossRef Google Scholar.

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M. A Further Study of Prehistoric Small House Ruins in the San Juan Watershed, Memoirs of American Anthropological Association, 5: 1. Google Scholar Raj, D. The Design of Sample Surveys, McGraw-Hill, : Frederick J. E. Gorman, S.

Terry Childs. The walls near the ruins have many examples of ancient artwork. As we visited the remains of an old trading post on the drive back along the San Juan River, we enjoyed watching a group of rafters floating along with the current.

Back at the motorhome we .