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Arizona State University: 1988 and 1990 Field Season Survey, Preliminary Reports (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tammy T. Stone.

The 1988 and 1990 Arizona State University archaeological field schools were part of a continuing, long term research project in and around the Zuni Indian Reservation of west central New Mexico. This is a preliminary report on these two seasons. In addition to survey, excavation was carried out at two sites, the Hinkson Ranch Site and Heshotauthla. These excavations will be reported on elsewhere and are not the subject of this report other than a brief statement of their relationship to the...


Cibola Prehistory Project (Project)
PROJECT Keith Kintigh. Andrew Duff. Greg Schachner. Matthew Peeples. Todd Howell.

Project for documents and data that pertain to more than one project among the following: El Morro Valley Prehistory Project, the Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project, the Ojo Bonito Archaeological Project, and the Upper Little Colorado Prehistory Project directed by Keith Kintigh, the Cibola Archaeological Research Project directed by Patty Jo Watson, Steve LeBlanc, and Charles Redman, and the Rudd Creek Archaeological Project directed by Todd Howell.


Final Report: Archaeological Survey on the Lower Zuni River - 1984 Season (1984)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Keith Kintigh.

This report provides a substantive and administrative summary of the results of an intensive archaeological survey of about 9 square kilometers along the Zuni River in east-central Arizona that was conducted by the University of Arizona, Arizona State Museum. This survey was funded by a Survey and Planning Grant from the National Park Service administered by the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office and by matching funds provided by the University of Arizona. Because this final report for...


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...


Hinkson Site Palynology (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James Schoenwetter.

Use of sediment samples collected from the Hinkson Site for a classroom research project late in 1989 provided opportunity to extract and examine the pollen they contained. Since the effort was undertaken by students with no prior experience of pollen study, the raw data is to some degree suspect. However, the student work was supervised by experienced personnel, and students were encouraged to rely on supervisory help whenever a problematic issue arose. The samples should be re-observed before...


Investigations at Ojo Bonito: The 1988 Arizona State University Summer Field School (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Todd Howell.

The 1988 Arizona State University Archaeological Field School under the direction of Dr. Keith Kintiqh was held at the privately-owned Hinkson ranch just southwest of the Zuni Indian Reservation. The Hinkson ranch holds qreat research potential because of a dense prehistoric occupation (primarily Pueblo II & III) that has been relatively undisturbed by pothuntinq or other destructive processes. If the great house and great kiva of the Hinkson Complex were built and occupied after the collapse...


The Lower Zuni River Archaeological District National Register Nomination (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Andrew Duff. Keith Kintigh.

The Lower Zuni River Archaeological District is located approximately 39 km (24 miles) northeast of St. Johns, Arizona where the Zuni River crosses the Arizona-New Mexico state line (Figures 1 and 2). Within this district are 89 archaeological sites that represent extensive prehistoric occupation of the area between about A.D. 800 and A.D. 1175, and historic use and occupation dating from the 1880s. A wide range of prehistoric site types are represented. Several ceramic and lithic...


OBAP Ceramic Database (2016)
DATASET Keith Kintigh.

Classified ceramics from the Ojo Bonito Archaeological Project, both survey and excavation.


OBAP Coding Sheet for Macrobotanical Database (2016)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sarah Oas.

Coding sheet for macrobotanical database associated with the Ojo Bonito Research Project.


OBAP Macrobotanical Database (2016)
DATASET Sarah Oas.

Macrobotanical database for the Ojo Bonito Research Project.


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...


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...


The Process of Aggregation in the Post-Chacoan Era: A Case Study from the Lower Zuni Region (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Suzanne Eckert.

During the post-Chacoan period (A.D. I 175- 1225) the first aggregated sites in the Zuni Region of the American Southwest were built. This research examines a shift in regional settlement patterns and the reorganization of sociopolitical systems during this initial period of aggregation in the lower Zuni River region. A chronology for the post-Chacoan settlements in the case study area is built using ceramic type data. The results suggest that the process of aggregation in the Zuni region can...