Early Village Formation (Other Keyword)

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Early Village Formation In the Middle Missouri Subarea of the Plains (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only D. L. Toom.

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Pithouses and Placemaking on the Southern Colorado Plateau (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sarah Herr. A.E. Rogge.

Pithouse period settlement on the southern Colorado Plateau was the subject of vibrant research in the mid-twentieth century as Southwest archaeologists explored the validity of the Mogollon and Anasazi archaeological culture areas. In subsequent years the region became a laboratory for anthropology, as the rich data lent itself to studies of population dynamics in the famously heady days of New Archaeology. Since the mid-1970s, research on these first millennium A.D. sites has been confined to...