Gran Quivira (Site Name Keyword)

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The Bird of the Next Dawn: The husbandry, translocation and transformation of the turkey (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tyr Fothergill. University of Leicester.

This thesis follows the palaeopathological and social history of the turkey, Meleagris gallopavo, over a thousand years (AD 900- c. 1900) and illuminates the evolving nature of turkey-human relationships. Interdependent analyses of zooarchaeological data and historical documentary sources were undertaken for this project. Palaeopathological and metrical data were gathered from turkey elements excavated from archaeological sites in the American Southwest, the UK and Éire; these were used with...

Coding guide for Gran Quivira faunal remains (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Karen Schollmeyer

Coding key for Spielmann's research at Gran Quivira.

Final Report of the Archaeofaunal Remains from Gran Quivira Pueblo (LA 120), Torrance County, New Mexico (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tiffany Clark.

Report to accompany faunal data

General Resources from the Long Term Vulnerability and Transformation Project
PROJECT Margaret Nelson. National Science Foundation.

Long-Term Coupled Socioecological Change in the American Southwest and Northern Mexico: Each generation transforms an inherited social and environmental world and leaves it as a legacy to succeeding generations. Long-term interactions among social and ecological processes give rise to complex dynamics on multiple temporal and spatial scales – cycles of change followed by relative stasis, followed by change. Within the cycles are understandable patterns and irreducible uncertainties; neither...

Gran Quivira Archaeological Project
PROJECT Katherine Spielmann. Arizona State University (ASU).

Excavations at Gran Quivira (LA 120) in the Salinas area of central New Mexico by Dr. Katherine Spielmann, 1984-1986.

Gran Quivira faunal data (2003)
DATASET Tiffany Clark.

Faunal data from the Gran Quivira archaeological project.

Gran Quivira Glaze Ware Database (2015)
DATASET Katherine Spielmann.

This dataset contains information on the glaze ware sherds from the 1984-86 field seasons at Gran Quivira Pueblo, New Mexico. All fill was screened through quarter inch mesh.

Gran Quivira Groundstone Dataset (1985)
DATASET Katherine Spielmann.

This dataset is for the groundstone excavated during the 1985 field season at Gran Quivira Pueblo. The groundstone from the 1986 season has yet to be recorded. All groundstone from this project is housed at the National Park Service's Western Archaeological and Conservation Center in Tucson.

Gran Quivira Limestone Lithic Database (1985)
DATASET Judi L. Cameron.

This dataset is for the limestone lithics excavated in the 1985 field season at Gran Quivira. The sample was large in size and we felt we had learned enough about limestone lithics that the 1986 lithics were not analyzed and we likely were not as careful collecting them as in 1985.

Gran Quivira Lithics Database (1986)
DATASET Judi L. Cameron.

This database is the chipped stone excavated in the 1984-86 field seasons at Gran Quivira Pueblo. N.B.: although it is not a column in this database, some analyses using these data would have recoded all obsidian as '1', all local chert types as '2', and all quartzite as '3.'

Metadata for revision to GQ faunal coding key species variable (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Katherine Spielmann.

This document explains the changes that were made to the species designations from the original GQ faunal coding key.

Mineral artifacts from Gran Quivira (1986)
DATASET Katherine Spielmann.

This dataset contains information on mineral artifacts recovered from the 1985-1986 field seasons at Gran Quivira

Miscellaneous Artifacts from Gran Quivira (1986)
DATASET Katherine Spielmann.

This dataset contains information on miscellaneous artifacts, primarily shell, from the 1985-1986 excavations at Gran Quivira.

Synthesis of Salinas Pueblo Glazeware Sources from Petrographic Analyses (2008)
DATASET Uploaded by: Stephanie Kulow

This spreadsheet presents counts of glazeware ceramics for each of the Salinas Pueblos organized by petrographically-determined production area