Rio Puerco Valley (Geographic Keyword)

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Chaves Hummingbird Faunal Coding Sheet (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tiffany Clark. Arizona State Unversity.

Copy of the faunal coding sheet that was used to analyze the Chaves Hummingbird Faunal Assemblage generated as part of Suzanne Eckert's dissertation work at Pottery Mound (LA416) and Chaves Hummingbird Pueblo (LA578).

Chaves-Hummingbird (LA 578) Fauna (1998)
DATASET Tiffany Clark.

This dataset includes information on the faunal remains excavated in 1998 from kiva, room, and midden contexts at the Chaves-Hummingbird Pueblo (LA578).

Chaves-Hummingbird Archaeological Project
PROJECT Uploaded by: Tiffany Clark

This project consists of archaeological excavations conducted by Southern Methodist University, Arizona State University, and University of Colorado at Chaves-Hummingbird Pueblo (LA578), a large Pueblo IV settlement located in the Rio Puerco Valley of central New Mexico. As part of this project, archaeological materials were also analyzed from Pottery Mound Pueblo (LA416).

Eckert, Suzanne, and Tiffany Clark (Ethniobiology Article) (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Suzanne Eckert. Texas A&M University, College Station. Tiffany Clark.

The Pueblo IV period (AD 1300–1450/1500) in the American Southwest witnessed the development of a number of new ritual systems in both the Western and Eastern Pueblo areas. Although associated with a diverse array of material culture, one of the most prominent aspects of these religious ideologies was the adoption of a complex of icons focusing on fertility, weather control, and community well being. Key among these motifs were birds, which appear to have played a central role in the...

Pottery Mound (LA 416) Fauna (2000)
DATASET Tiffany Clark.

The faunal remains analyzed in this study derive from excavations that were undertaken by the University of New Mexico in 1979. The materials were recovered from a 5 X 5 m test unit that had been placed in a midden area along the northern edge of the site. Deposits in this area were characterized by a relatively dense accumulation of stratified trash that had depths up to 3.4 meters. Due to the large volume of animal bone that was obtained from these excavations, the dataset only includes those...