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The 1837 Ioway Indian Map Project

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PROJECT Uploaded by: Mary Whelan

[tDAR id: 6309] In 1837 the Ioway Indians drew a map to bring to treaty talks with the United States government. The 1837 Ioway Map project uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to help extract cultural, archaeological, and historical information from this rare document. Centered on what is now the state of Iowa, the 1837 map shows 51 rivers, nine lakes, 23 villages, and over two dozen important Ioway Indian trails.


The 1837 Ioway Indian Map Project: Using Geographic Information Systems to Integrate History, Archaeology and Landscape (2003)

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DOCUMENT Mary Whelan.

[tDAR id: 6310] Master's Thesis. In 1837 the Ioway Indians drew a map to bring to treaty talks with the United States government. The 1837 Ioway Map project uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to help extract cultural, archaeological, and historical information from this rare document. Project goals include: documenting Ioway cartographic conventions; georeferencing the Ioway map to a modern base map; extracting spatial, historical, ecological and archaeological information from the georeferenced...


The 1837 Ioway Map Project - Poster presentation. (2003)

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DOCUMENT Mary Whelan. William Green.

[tDAR id: 6315] Poster of the 1837 Ioway Map Project, presented at the 2003 ESRI International Users Conference.


The 1837 Ioway Map Project: Georeferencing a Historic Native American Map. (2003)

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DOCUMENT Mary Whelan. William Green.

[tDAR id: 6312] Conference presentation. The Ioway drew their map to help illustrate Ioway territorial boundaries to U.S. government officials. It represents a brief history of their culture, from the time of their creation until 1837. Locations on the map correspond to significant culture historical events and possibly to archaeological sites.


1900 Map of Location of Fort St. Joseph (1900)

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IMAGE Uploaded by: Erin Claussen

[tDAR id: 374230] Local-scale rendition of the location of Fort St. Joseph, creator unknown, believed to have been drawn around 1900.


1988 Archeological Investigations at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (32WI17), Montana-North Dakota: Block 20 Report (2003)

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DOCUMENT J. Homer Thiel.

[tDAR id: 375644] Located near the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers in North Dakota, Fort Union was an important fur trading post during the 19th century. During the 1980s, the fort was the subject of a multi-year historical archaeology project conducted by the U.S, Department of the Interior, National Park Service (NPS), The project was conducted by the Midwestern Archaeological Center (MW AC), NPS, in response to proposed reconstruction of the trading post as a National Historical Site. In...


The 1996 Archeological Survey at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument (2002)

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DOCUMENT Robert K. Nickel.

[tDAR id: 376106] During August 1996, the author and a crew of three archeologists from the Midwest Archeological Center conducted an archeological survey of approximately 1,200 acres within the boundaries of Agate Fossil Beds National Monument. The survey focused on fee-owned land north of the Niobrara River. In this area, the crew located five new sites and revisited several previously recorded sites. The crew also recorded 11 isolated stone tools north of the Niobrara River and buried soils containing animal...


2002 and 2004 Artifacts (2004)

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IMAGE Brock Giordano. John Lacko.

[tDAR id: 374080] Professional photographs of diagnostic or unusual artifacts excavated during the 2002 and 2004 field seasons from the site of Fort St. Joseph and vicinity.


2006 and 2007 Artifacts (2007)

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IMAGE John Lacko. Stephanie Barrante.

[tDAR id: 374166] Photographs of diagnostic or unusual artifacts excavated during the 2006 and 2007 field seasons from the site of Fort St. Joseph and vicinity.


2008 and 2009 Artifacts (2009)

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IMAGE Victoria Hawley. John Lacko.

[tDAR id: 374174] Photographs of diagnostic or unusual artifacts excavated during the 2008 and 2009 field seasons from the site of Fort St. Joseph and vicinity.


2010 Artifacts (2010)

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IMAGE Jessica Hughes.

[tDAR id: 374177] Photographs of diagnostic or unusual artifacts excavated during the 2010 field season from the site of Fort St. Joseph and vicinity.


2010 Field Season Photograph Log (2010)

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DATASET Jessica Hughes.

[tDAR id: 374224] Provides description of all photographs taken during the 2010 field season, including provenience information for photographs of artifacts.


A 3D Scan of a Large Lead Seal from the Port Dauphin Village site (1MB221), Mobile County, Alabama. (2000)

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SENSORY DATA Graph Synergie.

[tDAR id: 381350] A high-resolution 3D scan of a large British lead seal from the Port Dauphin Village site (1MB221) produced by Graph Synergie of Quebec and Montreal for the University of South Alabama Center for Archaeological Studies. These files can be viewed with Blender (http://www.blender.org) or GLC Player (http://www.glc-player.net). This lead seal was originally gilt.


(47-002) Digital Documents

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PROJECT Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

[tDAR id: 378942] Digital documents and records associated with FAA 47-002.


625 Broadway Historic Archaeological Site, Albany, NY

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PROJECT Uploaded by: Justin DiVirgilio

[tDAR id: 381438] Phase III data recovery at various contexts ranging from a 17th-c. trader's hut to 19th-c. industrial and commercial contexts at 625 Broadway, Albany, NY, in advance of the construction of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation headquarters. Topics covered in the analysis include 17th-c. colonial trade and contact, production of wampum, evidence of a city-wide fire in 1797, a dump of painted pearlware from about 1797, analysis of the early 19th-c. Albany Female Academy,...


The Ak Chin Farm Project: Archaeological Survey on the Ak Chin Indian Reservation, West Half (1983)

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DOCUMENT Edited by: William S. Marmaduke. Claudia F. Berry. L. Conway. David G. Robinson.

[tDAR id: 377925] Between October 1980 and February 1981, Northland Research, Inc. conducted an archaeological survey of undeveloped lands on the west half of the Ak Chin Indian Reservation (Ak Chin Community). In the slightly more than 7,000 acres surveyed, Northland field crews recorded 51 archaeological sites belonging to the prehistoric Hohokam and historic Papago cultures. Test excavations were undertaken at several of these sites, and the results demonstrate conclusively the presence of preserved subsurface...


Ak-Chin Indian Community West Side Farms Data Recovery Project

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PROJECT Cory Dale Breternitz. Robert E. Gasser. W. Bruce Masse. USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

[tDAR id: 377895] This project examined the cultural resources of the western half of the Ak Chin Community's lands prior to intensive agricultural development using waters from the Central Arizona Project. The project's research design assumed that Ak Chin had been used as a floodwater farming location for many centuries. The problem domains and research questions focused on the physical {geomorphological), biological, and cultural subsystems within the Ak Chin ecosystem. The investigation also considered the...


Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Accompaniments and Ornaments_Table 4 (2011)

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DATASET Nancy Akins.

[tDAR id: 5941] In this table, Akins presents a summary of individuals buried with different kinds of ornaments. Table row fields are as follows: immature individuals, females, and males. Table variable (column) fields are as follows: % with bone, % with stone, % with shell, % with turquoise, and % with any type.


Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Biological Data Sources_Table 2 (2011)

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DATASET Nancy Akins.

[tDAR id: 5939] This table presents Akins' sources of biological data throughout the Northern Rio Grande area. It presents site names, occupation periods, number of burials, and published references.


Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Coding Sheet (2011)

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DOCUMENT Nancy Akins.

[tDAR id: 5942] This document contains Akins coding sheet for capturing the data in her sample of mortuary data from the Northern Rio Grande area.


Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Mortuary Data Sources_Table 1 (2011)

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DATASET Nancy Akins.

[tDAR id: 5938] This table presents Akins' sources for mortuary feature data throughout the northern Rio Grande area. It includes site names, occupation periods, number of burials, and published reference.


Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Mortuary Patterns_Table 3 (2011)

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DATASET Nancy Akins.

[tDAR id: 5940] In this table, Akins presents a summary of mortuary patterns in her burial sample from 13 sites in the Northern Rio Grande area. She provides summary data for the following variables: burial location, flexion, position, orientation, and non-perishable burial goods


Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Paper_Exploring Mortuary Variability in the Northern Rio Grande (2011)

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DOCUMENT Nancy Akins.

[tDAR id: 5937] The Pueblo Indians who live in the Northern Rio Grande belong to several distinct linguistic groups and their cultural differences may be reflected in past burial practices. With a few notable exceptions, much of the older data on Northern Rio Grande burials is presented as summaries without regards to age or sex and without definitions of exactly what is meant by the terms used to describe even basic treatment such as orientation and body position. Thus, the typical level of reporting is...


An Analysis of Marked and Decorated White Clay Tobacco Pipes from the Lower Patuxent Drainage (2004)

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DOCUMENT Katherine D. Cavallo.

[tDAR id: 6100] This paper examines the types, quantities, and distributions of marked and decorated white clay tobacco pipes from four 17th century archaeological sites located along the lower Patuxent River in southern Maryland. Although marked pipes often account for a relatively small percentage of total pipe assemblages, important patterns in both their temporal and spatial distribution are clearly evident. For example, even though records indicate that Bristol pipemaker Llewellin Evans was working from...


An Analysis of Pollen from Fort Vancouver, Washington (2008)

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DOCUMENT Susan Jacobucci.

[tDAR id: 372486] The Andrew Fiske Memorial Center for Archaeological Research at the University of Massachusetts Boston conducted a palynological analysis of twenty-four soil samples that were collected from the Fort Vancouver site. The samples were recovered from various contexts associated with the "garden testing area," a "historically documented 8-acre (maximum) formal garden created and maintained by the HBC [Hudson Bay Company] circa 1829-1855." Archaeologists have considered several research questions,...

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