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Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Santee Cooper Power Plant Site (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Elaine B. Herold. Stanley G. III Krick.

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Archeological Survey of Oolenoy Watershed Project 40 Pickens County, South Carolina (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul E. Brockington, Jr..

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Aztec West Ruin: Perishable Artifacts and Pottery from Excavations by the American Museum of Natural History
PROJECT Lori Reed. Laurie Webster.

Digital images of pottery and perishable items recovered from Earl Morris' excavations of Aztec West Ruin between 1916 and 1922. Although Morris' excavations at Aztec were extensive, his analysis and descriptions of the artifact assemblage were cursory. In 2003, Laurie Webster and Lori Stephens Reed began systematic analysis, documentation, and digital imaging of pottery and perishables from Morris' Aztec West Ruin collections housed at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY and...


Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-062: Preliminary Report, Demonstration and Experimental Garden Studies 1979 and 1980 (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Rita Shuster.

Remains of corn, beans and squash recovered from prehistoric sites excavated in the Dolores Project area indicate that the Anasazi were successfully farming the area. To help answer questions about prehistoric farming practices, experimental gardens were planted in the project area in 1979 and 1980. These gardens were closely monitored and various experiments with different crops were conducted. Resultant yields from the gardens indicate that despite problems of low rainfall, insects, and a...


Estate Bellevue: Archaeology of an Eighteenth Century Cotton Estate, St. Jan, Danish West Indies (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alan Armstrong.

This study examines cotton in the Caribbean through the examination of Estate Bellevue.  This site was an eighteenth century cotton plantation on St. Jan (St. John) in the former Danish West Indies.  It examines a well preserved cotton plantation for which the ruins of the small mansion house, outbuildings, cotton magazine/storehouse, cotton ginning platform, agricultural terraces, and platforms of enslaved laborer houses all survive.  Key elements of the site remain intact and artifacts...


Implications of the Distribution of Names for Cotton (Gossypium SPP.) in the Indo-Pacific (1980)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Rubellie K. Johnson. Bryce G. Decker.

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Perishable: Braided Cotton AMNH 29.0/7598 (2006)
IMAGE Laurie Webster.

Braided Cords, Accession AMNH29.0, Catalog #7598. Morris FS 1191 . Analyzed by Laurie Webster, 2006. Square-braided cords of cotton fiber. Image: AMNH 29.0/7598 A-D A: braided cords. Recovered from Earl Morris' excavation of Room 48, Aztec West Ruin. Earl Morris’ description of Room 48 at the time of excavation is as follows. “The floor was covered with refuse.. The greater proportion of this deposit was of vegetable substance; cornstalks, husks, tassels, and cobs, cedarbark, splinters of...


Underwater Cultural Resources Survey for Contraction Dikes at Red Eye Crossing, Mississippi River, Baton Rouge To the Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jack Irion. Susan Barrett Smith. David Beard. Paul Heinrich.

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Weaving Our Life: The Economy and Ideology of Cotton in Postclassic West Mexico (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael Mathiowetz.

West Mexican archaeologists long have noted that around AD 900 the material culture record in this broad region exhibits a pronounced increase in the presence of modeled ceramic spindle whorls, particularly along the Pacific coastal plain of Nayarit and south-central Sinaloa. Although limited evidence of cotton in this region is present in the Classic period, the heightened cotton cultivation and consumption that seemed to accompany the dramatic social transformations in the Aztatlán culture...


Wrinkle-free Clothing: Conservation and Rehousing of Prehistoric Cotton Textiles from Navajo, Walnut Canyon, and Wupatki National Monuments, Arizona (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Erin Gearty. Rachel Freer-Waters. Gwenn Gallenstein.

In 2014 the Flagstaff Area National Monuments received funding to conserve and re-house more than 300 non-burial related prehistoric cotton textiles from Navajo, Walnut Canyon, and Wupatki National Monuments housed at the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA). The textiles were woven in the 1100s A.D. and range from expediently constructed objects to technologically complex clothing with dyes. These prehistoric remnants of cloth were excavated by archaeologists in the 1930s and 1960s, and many...