Arizona Strip (Other Keyword)

1-2 (2 Records)

Man, Models and Management: An Overview of the Archaeology of the Arizona Strip and the Management of Its Cultural Resources (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jeffrey H. Altschul. Helen C. Fairley.

The region encompassing the land north and west of the Colorado River in the State of Arizona is the subject of this Class I cultural resources overview. This region, commonly referred to as the Arizona Strip, contains approximately 3.5 million acres, of which 2.75 million acres are administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), 650,000 acres are under the jurisdiction of the USDA Forest Service, and the balance is controlled by various State and Federal agencies, Indian tribes, and...


The Setting: Location, Environment and Excavation History (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Keith Johnson.

Antelope Cave is a large limestone cavern sunk beneath the rolling hills of the Uinkaret Plateau in northwestern Arizona. Native Americans lived in the cave intermittently for 4000 years during the Archaic and Puebloan periods. Environmental conditions over those thousands of years appear to have changed little. This paper addresses the variety and abundance of local resources available to the cave's inhabitants who lived in this semi-arid region north of the Grand Canyon. Flora in the vicinity...