TEWA (Culture Keyword)

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Food Security of Ancestral Tewa Coalescent Communities: The Zooarchaeology of Sapa'owingeh (BLA306) in the Northern Rio Grande, New Mexico
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Food security, the measure of access to safe and sufficient food, is a critical global issue, not just because of its effects on health, but also because of the potentially negative consequences that food insecurity can have on mental and social well-being. Archaeology is uniquely situated to inform and articulate with global food security studies by focusing on past lived experiences of social and environmental conditions and events. The experiences of and responses to those conditions, in...


The social organization of the Tewa of New Mexico (1929)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons.

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Tewa Rock Art in the Black Mesa Region: Cultural Resources Investigations, Velarde Community Ditch Project, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Douglas K. Boyd. Bobbie Ferguson.

Archeological surveys of riprap borrow areas on the lower eastern slopes of Black Mesa, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, were conducted from 1984 to 1988 for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation's Velarde Community Ditch Project and San Juan Pueblo Diversion Projects, and for river channel stabilization by the Upper Rio Grande Project Office. Eight separate borrow areas have been investigated to date, and findings are almost exclusively petroglyphs, images pecked into basalt rocks and boulders. A total...