Ceramics & Chronology (Other Keyword)
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Harold Gladwin's 1928 Excavations at Grande Ruins includes Gladwins investigations in 1927 at Casa Grande Ruins, the Grewe site, and Adamsville. While still at the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, Gladwin conducted excavations at sites along the middle Gila River in an effort to create a ceramic typology for the area.
Analysis of Ceramic Design: a New Method for Chronological Seriation (1978)
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Harold Gladwin's Excavations at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
This project contains Harold Gladwin's publication on his excavations at Casa Grande Ruins, the Grewe site and Adamsville. An additional document represents correspondence between NPS archeologist John Andresen and Gladwin from 1980 with a map indicating the location of his excavations within the monument.