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Final Report: Prehistoric Settlement Along the Lower Zuni River - 1987 Season (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Keith Kintigh.

This report provides a substantive and administrative summary of the results of an intensive archaeological survey of about 8 square kilometers along the Zuni River in east-central Arizona about 25 miles north-northeast of St. Johns. The survey was directed by Keith W. Kintigh of the Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University. This survey has been funded with the assistance of a matching grant-in-aid from the Department of the Interior, National Park Service, under provisions of the...


Ojo Bonito Archaeological Project (OBAP)
PROJECT Keith Kintigh. Arizona State University (ASU). Arizona State Parks.

A survey and excavation project directed by Keith Kintigh and executed from 1983 through 1994. Approximate 58km2 were surveyed and 560 sites were recorded. Substantial excavations were undertaken at the Hinkson Site great house complex and Jaralosa Pueblo. Test excavations were completed at H-Spear, a Chacoan Great House located by the project and Ojo Bonito Pueblo. The project took place on the ranch of Mrs. Everett (Mabel) Hinkson (deceased). Most of the project work was done as a part of...


Post-Chacoan Social Integration at the Hinkson Site, New Mexico (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Keith Kintigh. Todd Howell. Andrew Duff.

The century following the collapse of Chaco is often viewed as a time of cultural backsliding. However, imposing sites with Chaco-inspired public architecture provide evidence of large communities, dating between A.D. 1200 and 1275, that laid the organizational foundations of well-known Pueblo IV towns. This article reports on excavations at one such Zuni-area settlement. the Hinkson site. In this site, 32 residential room blocks surround a great house complex that includes an unroofed, oversize...


Preliminary Report on Vertebrate Faunal Remains from the Ojo Bonito Archaeological Project (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tiffany Clark.

Excavations conducted by the Ojo Bonito Archaeological Project (OBAP) in 1987, 1988, and 1994 have recovered a relatively large and well-preserved faunal assemblage. This report presents the results of a preliminary study ofthe animal bone from these excavations. In the first part of analysis, an overview of the taxonomic composition of the OBAP assemblage is provided and the diversity and proportional distribution of identified fauna are described. More in-depth analyses of intra- and intersite...